09-08-2010, 03:09 PM
Join Date: Nov 2009
Originally Posted by ssandra
I get that, it is easy to get that potentially from the news letter.
However, I think he used those specific examples because they are usually the things that people think they want, because the neighbors want that
I do think that for most people instead of money, a more awesome goal is what they want to do with that money. I know it is for me...
Same with a house.. I'd love a bigger house, but why? Because I could have more friends over, more family staying over etc. So what do I really want? A richer social life. And even that I could break down into more awesomeness, if I wanted to (more connections, feeling connected, being more present etc.)
In your last paragraph I think those goals are moving AWAY from awesomeness