What would you do?

@abenitez (501)
United States
July 14, 2009 6:57pm CST
If time, health, and money were absolutely no issue wht would you like to do? Sometimes we tend to stop dreaming because we get comfortable doing what we currently do. So I want you guys to dream big. If you had absolutely no obstacles what is it that you really want to do. I would buy my dream car, home, and invest in helping out as many people as I can. What is it that you would do if money, time, and health were no issues. Remember, DREAM BIG!!
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5 responses
• United States
11 Dec 09
If I had no obstacles I would talk to people. I would not fear and communicate with others as well as work. I would be a balanced person and not fear illusionary things. To me, buying lots of things is not important. This is because I have some fears that I have to get through. I think that just living my life will make me succeed. If I could work, then I would buy things. I can't work because some of the things that mentally stand in my way, due to what they say is a mental disorder. But this doesn't mean that I shouldn't work through things!
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@abenitez (501)
• United States
10 Feb 10
Just keep working hard, persistence is key and with that you could get through anything.
• Philippines
5 Dec 09
I will start my business empire.I will have businesses in food,clothing,and real estate industries.I will also keep a steady line of sidelines.I don't want to spend my earning from my business for shopping,traveling,or partying.the profit will go straight to my savings account, for my future or if in case I want to start another business.I would buy my dream house in a farm.
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@abenitez (501)
• United States
10 Feb 10
Thank you, I like the fact that you would start your own business that is always a good thing to do.
• Philippines
15 Jul 09
IMHO, we don't really need to dream big, as you say it, given huge resources. Sometimes we could still continued going on the same path if we've already found our life's purpose prior. What I mean to say is, we could have the same goals and not be perturbed by having so much money. I think this ways because I'd probably continue doing what I'm doing and continue studying to be a clinical psychologist. I'd probably give more, or have the capacity to share more of my skills though because at least the basic needs have been complied with.
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@abenitez (501)
• United States
15 Jul 09
This is true, but remember what financial independence means to you is not neccessarily what it means to me. people can achieve all their dreams with a limited salary and for some people it might take millions. Also a big dream can be putting your kid through college or buying a small house. Thanks for the response.
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@ladym33 (11012)
• United States
10 Feb 10
I would probably get that dream home too. Then I would travel around the world. I would go and see everything that in real life I will probably never get the chance to see, and I would help people. I would make sure my parents are comfortable and never had to worry about finances ever. I would then help out several other people. The most worthwhile thing to do would be to make other's lives better. Sure I would get some things for myself, but then it would be time to give back to others.
@abenitez (501)
• United States
10 Feb 10
Thank you, giving back is very important to me as well. I want to give back to communities and I want to start a few foundations to help people in need.
@newtondak (3952)
• United States
3 Jan 10
I would become a counselor to help people experiencing financial difficulties - teaching people to become and stay debt-free.
@abenitez (501)
• United States
10 Feb 10
That is great to hear, it is very hard to actually find people that want to help others and give back.