Part I: The My Bucket List
1. Get a master’s in business administration. Purchase a beautiful vacation home Keep your body in good shape with exercise and healthy eating
4. Raising happy children 5. See the most important European cities
6. Skydiving lessons in Spain: 7. The North Pole is a must-see.
8. Visit Egypt for the Pyramid of Giza 9 You can learn German and French languages
10. Try to reach an agreement with your adversaries. Try the vast majority of Indian food’s flavors
Purchase a Mercedes-Benz Maybach GLS 600.
You can see my favourite Premier League club on their home ground.
14. Incorporate an import-export company. 15. Published an award-winning novel 16. You can learn scuba diving overseas. 17. Set up a charity to help cancer patients.
18. Obtain financial security. 19. Watch the majority of my patients live performances.
Teaching my kids to play the guitar.
Part II: Reflective Writing
My top priority before my death is to complete my Master of Business Administration (MBA). Being a naturally inclined person, an MBA could help my career growth. A MBA would be the perfect tool to help me achieve professional and personal success. This accomplishment is also consistent with Erickson’s definition of the stage of competence, which motivates a person to pursue the conclusion of a productive situation (Benson & Bundick, 2020). Also, I believe that purchasing nice vacation properties is a meaningful accomplishment before my passing. A house is an indicator of financial success. I would like my dream home to be customized according to my needs and interests. In my final years, I would like to be able to rest in such an estate to have peace of mind and to plan my affairs.
Graceful aging is promoted by the enjoyment of accomplishment. Erikson defines purpose stage in his psychosocial development theory as the quality or intent of someone’s life for a significant portion of that time (Maree and Kaiser, 2020; 2020). Also, happiness is a function of mental and physical well-being. To improve my quality of life and my overall health, my number three goal is to be healthy. Bad health and inactivity would be detrimental to my later years.
As a legacy, I view raising a family that is stable as an important objective. Erikson is right when he says that care is necessary. The companionship of loved ones and the renewed vitality that comes from strong connections are treasured by seniors (Benson & Bundick, 2020). Other things are also important for me. But, they are crucial when viewed in context of the four other key components. Many people realize that they often reach their secondary goals only after having achieved their main objectives. This means that people’s abilities to reach the core goals are a key factor in achieving their first essential items. My goal is to live a comfortable and peaceful old age. As I try to live the life I want, I believe that both the social and material worlds will be supportive.