What is this?
Goalfinger was created to help you decide what you really want to do with your life.
Nobody can really tell you what you want to do. But this is a simple service that will help you decide for yourself, by forcing you to ask yourself some difficult questions - and helping you to resolve them simply.
Getting started takes about 10 minutes, although the more time you spend with it, the better it is.
How does it work?
There are three steps to Goalfinger.
Enter your goals. Everything you can think of - it doesn't matter how broad or how trivial. From be happy to visit that one restaurant in Brooklyn, Goalfinger accepts it all. In fact, the more, the merrier.
Rank your goals. It's overwhelming to rank and prioritize all of your life goals - so we don't ask you to. Instead, we just show them to you two at a time. You decide:
Review your goals. See the goals you've ranked as most important, in context. Remove any that you don't like.
Made a mistake? Want to add more? Once you've got to the third step, you can go back and revise your goals at any time.
Who made this?
Goalfinger was created by Ben Werdmuller. He's happy to answer any questions you might have.