What is your endgame?

Where do you want to end up? Have you even thought about it? I’m not talking about “do you want to go to heaven?” – I’m talking about your endgame.endgame

In most adventures (and the Hero’s Journey, if anything, is an adventure) at least one person has an endgame. Save the princess, get the magic ring – or if you’re the villain, take over the world (or something similar). They’ve thought the matter through. They know where they’re going, what they want to do, what they want to achieve.


Some studies indicate that men have an increased chance of death just after they retire. I wonder if these men considered retirement their endgame so fervently that when they did retire, they didn’t know what to do next. Perhaps for them, retirement was all they needed; they felt ready to go. Or perhaps they felt the loss of identity and prestige from not working was too much to bear. I’m not sure.

(my husband retired this week, so maybe this is why I’ve been thinking about this)


A big part of the Master Key Experience revolves around a simple question: What do you want?

The tendency is to think too small: I want a new car in 2016, I want to take the kids to Disneyland in 2017. Not that these things are bad, but the real question is: what do you want to do with your life? What is really important to you? Why are you even here?

If your only reason for existence is to get a new car or go to Disneyland, then fine. But where do you want to end up? We’re all going to die someday. Where do you want to live, right before then? How do you want to spend your time? What do you want to accomplish, so you don’t look back on your life with regret?

You can figure out your endgame, and once you do, it makes the rest of your life so much easier, because then you know where you’re going! Figuring this out is not actually that difficult, if you have someone to guide you through it. The only person who makes figuring your life out difficult is you.

My endgame is right here.

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Comments (2)

  1. Steve Earl

    Get your husbands DMP sorted and I wish you both a productive retirement!

    1. mkmma_pattyloof (Post author)

      LOL! Thanks …

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