What is your ultimate goal in life?

2-3 participants
10 minutes

What do you see as your "mission"?

Some people like to dream big and want to live to do great things, others want to lead a more simple life and are content with less action. How do you see yourself – and your life in general? What are you planning to do, and how do you want to achieve it?

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Useful phrases

  • What are you heading out for?

  • In my life, I want to...

  • Given my personality, I could imagine to...

  • I am / You are not the person to...

  • I see myself differently.

  • How important is faith / marriage / having a family to you?

  • My career is most important / not very important / least important to me.

  • Taking over a lot of responsibility is something I strive for / I could not imagine / might be an option.

  • My 10-year / 20-year / 30-year ... goals include doing / being / ... .

  • If you look back at your life at the end, what do you want people to remember?

Useful words

  • a cog in the machine

    an insignificant or small (but necessary) member of a bigger organization etc.

  • a proper mindset

    a good set of attitudes that might bring one further than imagined

  • physical health

    to have a sound body

  • empathy

    the fact of feeling with other people

  • financial stability

    when you don't need to be in fear of not having enough money

  • personal satisfaction

    the positive feeling that you have when you have achieved something you really wanted

  • family harmony

    a state of living in a positive atmosphere within your family

  • a workaholic

    somebody who works all the time, often because he or she needs it to feel good

  • leisure time

    time that is free of any tasks or obligations

  • a deep belief

    the confidence that something is good / right / real

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