What do you want?

For your family. For your self. For your career.

What is a want, anyway?

Something nice to have? A dream for the future? Frivolous? Important?

Wants should be easy to figure out. 


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John Higley

John Higley

I'm a software developer, working remotely from Richland, WA, working on solving the many issues of managing financial services products on the web. I'm fascinated by the user experience of web sites and applications and read way more than I should. Working on effectively sharing knowledge and ideas has become a recent, but burning, passion.

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  • Suzy Garza Higley

    I know exactly what you want. I’ll tell you later ;P

  • Doug Waltman

    Figuring them out is one thing. Knowing which ones are worth fighting for is another beast of its own.

  • Becca Lingley

    ^this. So true.

  • Becca Lingley

    I don’t know if wants should be easy to figure out. The problem I find is that as I learn new things, the things I “want” change.

  • Kriste Colley

    I’m just getting OK with having wants, as opposed to needs. I have everything that I need, and it’s ok to WANT some things, just for the sake of wanting them!