I’ve talked a lot about goals, destroying limiting beliefs, reasons and dreams lately. It’s been cool to feel inspired from them but right now it feels as if each dream and goal is pulling me in a completely different direction.
By that I mean, I want to go surfing but I want to make a million dollars from day trading penny stocks, and build motorcycles, live in the city and meet girls, live in the sticks and surf ect.
It’s like having a GPS with 20 different locations plugged into it. How do you know which one to go for first and how can you possibly know which route is the best. GPS’s work much better when they only have one location in mind. With single minded focus the GPS can route you exactly where you want to go with the greatest efficiency.
That’s why I decided I need a single overarching goal, a modus operandi or prime objective so to speak.
When I have one prime objective, questions like:
Why do I want to become one of Tim Sykes’s next millionaire students?
Should I live in the sticks or in the city?
What kind of works outs should I do and why should I get fit
My single overarching goal is:
To get an epic mile long morning barrel at Skeleton Bay within the next 5 years.
For those of you who do not surf of have never heard of Namibia, here’s a little video to show you what I am talking about.
Skeleton Bay is in Namibia, Namibia is in southwest Africa, just above South Africa. I’ve never seen a barrel like this before in my life. It’s the most perfect and pure moment I can imagine.
Getting barreled at Skeleton Bay is the reason I want to make millions through trading penny stocks, because it’ll give me the time to chase my dream and surf.
I want to be fit and do yoga so that I am robust and I will not get injured as easily as well as I want to be fit enough to surf all day long.
I should live in the sticks because I will be closer to the waves out on Vancouver Island, being closer to the waves means I will get to surf more which means I will get more practise in which will bring me closer to my dream.
I’ve heard rich people say not to chase after the money because money is fleeting and you will never feel as if you have enough but I don’t think that means you should ignore the money either. Because to get to Namibia and get barrelled. I am going to need money as much as I will need to be a good surfer.
woohoo!! bring on Skeley Bay!