I saw the GoGetting's post on TRP subreddit and as soon as I could contacted him about his mentoring project for young men. My native language isn't English, so I expect to be writing this with some errors or strange use of language. I'm 23 years old and live in Brazil. I started college at 17 for a promising enginnering degree for when I completed 22 years and it never happened. I'm still at college, and if I were to calculate how many time still left to get my degree, I believe it still on the 5 year mark. I don't know how I didn't got expelled yet. I want to finish it but the story so far is that I don't keep my schedule for the entire semester, miss most of the classes after one or two months, miss tests and deadlines and don't do my home studying like I should. How to avoid my self sabbotage I still don't figured out. Now I know that it is entirely my fault, but if you were to ask me after the end of every semester why I failed so much I would give completely different excuses for each semester. Other than college I have other skills I want to master and projects I want to build for a long time and hack my progress every time. I moved out my parents house two years ago, my mother never approved it. She acts like wanting me around to babysit so I never abandon her when I get older and do something with my life. I was sharing a room with a friend of mine for one year and later moved to a bigger apartment this year with one more friend. So with was me with 2 dudes. 3 months ago I made two mistakes: 1. Sharing too much of information about my personal finances with these guys (I didn't had a job and was living of savings I made last year and they were running out); 2. Letting my mother re-enter gradually in my life because of pity and empathy for her problems. These two mistakes led my mother to get my friend's mother phone number and calling her after I ignored her (because of her bad behaviour towards me) saying that my friends were bad people and were taking me away from her, and that she would run over my friends with a car to kill them. I had to move out of my friend's apartment and go back to my parents home. So I'm living at my parents home, working at a music store, and my classes don't start again until february. My current personal goals are all in the fields of Fitness, Music, Languages, Technology and DIY projects. For fitness I want to increase my bodyweight to 90 Kg (I'm 180cm, 73Kg) while lifting heavy weights. My goals to lifting in my lifetime are 200Kg squat and 100Kg overhead press. I was lifting alone at a gym one year ago and somehow lost my habit of going every week when I moved to my bigger apartment, I'm now at a new gym since last week. My deadlift PR is 96Kg. I practice Football Flag at my college and is the thing that kept me going this year. I want to develop some leadership skills with the team. In retrospect Isee a lot of oportunities I had to assume responsibility for some drills or situations in game to better the team in some way that it is lacking and I did nothing, just played along and let someone else do the talking. Football flag isn't common in Brazil, and we have only amateur teams of Full Pad, the shouders and helmets are very expensive here. For music I want to master Guitar and Keyboard. I want to be able to listen to a song and play it by ear with little effort. I want to improvise like the Jazz masters do. I like to play with my friends that are musician but they don't call me often to jams because I lack some skills that cause it to be pleasurable to them. I find that playing in a band is a kind of masculine activity like most of the team-based sports, and the backstage of gigs and afterparties are redpill goldmines. I currently work at a music store because I don't totally suck at playing most instruments. For languages I want to learn Japanese, Russian and German. I already started Japanese and Russian but didn't got much progress before stopping. Japanese is the main one I want right now because I want to visit the 2020 Summer Olympics. For technology I want to finish my college, learn some programming languages (for now finish the FreeCodeCamp courses that I started last month) and learn more electronics(digital and analogic) so I can build my more complex DIY projects ideas that I have took notes over the years. For money I want to somehow work less and earn more, but I don't have clear goals. If anyone wants to be giving me advice on what I should be looking and aiming for in terms of wealth and how to build assets I would love to hear from. I couldn't find a concisive guide on what to write in my Introduction so there it is. If someone wants more information on something more specific I can answer, and also please tell me what to do next around here and what I missed.