I started implementing GTD a couple of weeks ago and I´ve had a lot of success so far (a few items that had been in my ToDo list for ages have finally been done! ). My problem however is about setting goals. Now that I'm getting things done, what things do I want to do? I read some very good posts on this board about goal setting and have managed to set a couple of short term (20k feet) goals like run a 10k for my birthday or generate more income as a free lance translator (so I don´t have to get a "real" job in an office ) However I'm completely lost at higher altitudes. I have no clue as to what to do with my life two years from now, much less what my "passion" or my "mission" is. I know I have many skills and a couple of college degrees, so that's not the problem. I have tried several things in the past (college professor, marketing manager, language teacher) and pursued many and varied interests (too many to list here), but I never managed to stick with anything for long. Does anyone have any suggestions for finding out? How did you realize what your calling was?
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