- Be a "cultural commentator" that helps young adults understand their lives better now, instead of wishful thinking later in life
- Begin Blog at 20somethingme.com
- Advertise Blog on my social networks
- Blending in to the rest of the Blogosphere / Proving my platform is unique
- Not writing what I believe, but being tempted to write what I think people want to hear
- Being offered a book deal because I've grown a large readership
- Create a successful business that sells hand-made and hand-picked vintage men's clothing and one-of-a-kind accessories
- Buy domain, set-up website
- Begin finding and making inventory
- Make first sales
- No market for goods/Reaching target customers
- Time to hand-make/hand-pick items
- Taking shortcuts to save time/money which lose the integrity of the product
- Goes from being an online/pop-up business to a brick-and-mortar storefront
- Establish a collection of truths/revelations/realizations that inspire a generation and create a collective community
- Create Website: www.napkintruth.com
- Shared with inner circle of friends/supporters
- Begin viral marketing campaign nationwide
- Pick official "Launch Date" and stick to it!
- Establishing a better system of allowing others to contribute.
- Movement never gaining momentum
- Website not becoming self-sustainable
- Napkin Truths are published in a book to give a sense of permanence to the community-built collection of wisdom.
- See the world, build a global community of acquaintances, make a difference along the way.
- Become comfortable traveling to foreign countries
- Book trips on a regular basis
- Write about experiences abroad
- Figure out direct ways to serve while traveling individually
- Finding a sustainable way to fund travel
- Not allowing jobs/commitments to hinder my goals
- Dealing with inevitable travel hitches/changes/safety issues
- I find a career in which I am paid to travel and share that experience with others