On the left of the page we are invited to define the goals we want to reach. Both in terms of amount by month, and then what are we willing to do if that amount is reached. I think I found a good sequence I want to share it.
Considering we want the steps to be pretty much even; considering we want that when we reach a goal we are already around half way near the next one (looks better); considering that we want to touch the basic rounded values of 10, 100, 1000. Then the sequence:
10$ Goal 1 (mum)
22$ Goal 2 (and dad)
46$ Goal 3 (some friends)
100$ Goal 4 (some interest)
216$ Goal 5 (hobby)
464$ Goal 6 (passion)
1000$ Goal 7 (first holiday job)
2154$ Goal 8 (part time work)
4642$ Goal 9 (financial independence)
10000$ Goal 10 (you can now employ someone to work with you)
Each goal is at the same ratio from the previous and the following (each time multiply by 2.154);
once you reach a goal, you are already half way to the next one;
it takes only 3 steps to go from one order of magnitude to the next one.
You can try to round it up:
10, 20, 50, 100
10, 25, 50, 100
but in the first case to go from 20 to 50 you have a bigger step (2.5), and in the second case you have the same bigger step between 10 and 25.
And you, what steps did you chose? Why?