If you are in your late teens and early 20s, what 5 goals do YOU hope to achieve by the time
you are in your early 30s?
I want to be looking for a job as a game designer. Or simply become an independent developer. Whichever comes first.
Being employed would be a great start - seeing as I'm twenty if I'm out of work for another ten years, "screwed" is an understatement. My other four goals would be to write for a particular gaming site as a reviewer/critic, either that or a magazine; become an author of multiple horror/thriller novels; alive and a working relationship.
I want to still be alive. I want to have fought off the crippling depression that's been clinging to me. I want to have a job and a steady income.
And it'd be nice if I finished and published my first novel by then, too.
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