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  1. It's good.

    This means that you already know what you want in the future. Not many people can claim to know this.

    And in order to get rid of the worry about the present and know “what to do” , I suggest that you write a Wish list. This is a great exercise that will give you a sense of the present and its fullness.

    Create a wish list:

    Take a blank sheet and write 30 wishes on it (as many as possible, but not less). The list should combine both long-term wishes and close ones.

    For example, if you want to go to the movies, then this is as important a desire as getting the position of director.

    Remember what you have been wanting for a long time, but you can't do it, and feel free to write to the same list.

    How to work with a list:

    Every week you need to look through the list and cross out already fulfilled desires and those desires that you have already outgrown:)

    After that, be sure to add as many wishes as you crossed out.

    You can view the list more often than once a week, but the main thing is not less often.

    You will not notice how your hopes for the future will be realized.

  2. Everyone here writes about some goals, but the point, as if, is not in them. I've had a pretty similar situation for as long as I can remember. It always seemed that in the future everything would be somehow more interesting and better. It is quite logical that this feeling arises from dissatisfaction with the “present”. It may be worth starting with an understanding of What you are not satisfied with in the present/what you lack and working on it already.�

    Plus, you probably have an unrealistic idea of your future. What exactly is different there from your life in the present? Maybe you yourself behave differently, have a different environment, where you are treated differently…Think about it, and maybe you'll understand what you really need. Good luck

  3. If these hopes are achievable without any miracles or luck alone, then these hopes can be designated as goals. And these goals can be divided into feasible tasks. Solve problems and move towards goals.

  4. This is not very good, you run the risk of “missing” your life, because life is happening here and now. When you live in the future, life as such passes by, and instead of fulfilled goals, the brain immediately comes up with new ones.

  5. Continue to live, but by faith. Hope is utopia. Faith is what gives you strength. By beginning to believe, you will reach the next stage of understanding the world, yourself, and yourself in the world.

  6. This is not very good, you risk “missing” your life, because life is happening here and now. When you live in the future, life as such passes by, and instead of fulfilled goals, the brain immediately comes up with new ones.

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