Determine Your Future Life In The Next 30 Days With These Four Meaningful Questions

You’re 900 minutes away from life transformation.

Chase Arbeiter
2 min readJun 9, 2022


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You can change the trajectory of your future in 30 days.

“30 days of effort is a real commitment, but small enough that you can mentally take it on.

900 minutes of accumulated effort yields surprisingly significant results.”

— Sahil Bloom

Determining a plan for your life takes strategic effort. Your life of design will not just suddenly appear one bright shining day on your doorstep.

You have to take the time to think about where you want to go with your life, what you want to do, what brings happiness and fulfillment, and how you plan to achieve all of this.

Spend 30 minutes for 30 days to uncover the life you want.

Here are some starter questions to help you.

What’s your ideal day look like?

If you don’t know how you want to spend your days, then you don’t have a plan for your life.

You’ve probably been sold that popular scam going around: retirement. You know, where you just save up all your money and live your ideal day when you are all out of energy?

Don’t fall for it. You can live your ideal day much sooner if you know how you want to spend it.

What are the top 100 things you want to do before kicking the can?

Everyone wants to do cool things before they die. Very few people actually write them down.

Make a list. Change it over time. Start with 25 or 50. Just start making a list, so you know what you want to do with your life.

“A life best lived is a life by design.” — Jim Rohn

What would you choose if you could choose work that feels more like play?

Spending your days on work you enjoy provides a 90% increase in your happiness.

You will work roughly 80,000 hours in your lifetime. That’s a lot of hours in your life to chalk up as “it’s just a job,” or “it’s ok, it pays the bills,” or “it pays nice.”

Who are you convincing?

Start crafting your future in the next 30 days.

You will never regret spending these 900 minutes determining where you should direct your life.

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Chase Arbeiter

I write about building a better life, chasing excellence in your craft, and using your work as a catalyst for your best life.