What's your end-game look like?

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What is it all for warriors? Is it for the big house? Hot cars? Travel? Time with family? Ascension to greater power? Recognition?

All of us working so hard makes me curious about what it is that drives us, what it is that warriors are in it for.

So what about you, what's your end-game look like?
#end #endgame #game #what’s
  • My end game is to make a few websites that earn enough passive income to live an adventurous life (writing books, travelling around the world, meeting great people). What's crazy is that I'm almost there...in a couple months I'll be making more than I set out to!
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    • Profile picture of the author Tris
      There is no "end-game" because the human spirit is designed to grow.

      If you asked me this question years ago, I might have described my current situation today. If you asked me today, I would just be describing some of my current goals.. There is no end game, so you better enjoy the journey.
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  • Profile picture of the author CyberAlien
    I think for most people it's simply freedom. Of course that could mean the freedom to know they choose when they work or the freedom to be able to buy anything they want.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andrey Doichev
    The endgame is to buy the most beutiful experiences I can and enable others to do the same.
    For everybody it comes down to the same thing - happiness
    How it's acquired and what it will take, that's what's personal.
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  • Profile picture of the author salegurus
    No offense but there is a Off Topic forum for frivolous questions like these...
    Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that.

    ― George Carlin
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  • Profile picture of the author seriousjake
    Traveling (europe first) with my girlfriend while I maintain my (almost) entirely automated business.

    Although that's hardly an end game. More of a pitstop on the way. Past a point, acquiring wealth will turn mundane and I'd put my efforts into more philanthropic pursuits.

    But dreams aside, I'd like to attain my current 'endgame' of $1000 per month via IM first.


    Enjoy this promotion-free space while it lasts before I get wiser.

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  • Profile picture of the author J50
    I don't really have one. But would like a retirement pot of around £5m net assets (excluding primary residence) by age 50 (22 now).
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