This first short TED talk suggests that you should keep your goals a secret. Psychology tests have proven that telling someone your goal makes it less likely to happen. So if this is the case, what can we do? (5 minutes)https://www.ted.com/talks/derek_sivers_keep_your_goals_to_yourself/transcript?referrer=playlist-goals
Then this other very short talk gives practical tips on how dreams never come to fruition (3 minutes). https://www.ted.com/talks/bel_pesce_5_ways_to_kill_your_dreams/transcript?referrer=playlist-goals#t-28848
On a more positive note, this speaker talks about setting the right goals (17 minutes). https://www.ted.com/talks/john_doerr_why_the_secret_to_success_is_setting_the_right_goals/transcript?language=en
On a more practical level, how do you set life goals? These are the important goals in life. Often they include things like get a job, get married, have kids, buy a house. But they don't have to be so big, especially if you already have attained these particular goals.
You can think about your goals by brainstorming what you want from life, just spending 5-10 minutes to think about it. Think about everything in your life that is really important to you and think about the couple of things you've really been pondering lately or your biggest struggle in life. You can then set your goals from points you have been thinking about. Try to clarify each of your goals with a specific target and outcome. Next build a plan and then look at how you can tackle them, one at a time. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/4-easy-steps-to-setting-your-life-goals_b_9343340?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAABO244c82J59dBupf4M9hZ3ZhLBdfD5BmZKNw21S7klTNJ1fUqpe5uCUMDg6hSUdxFR3Zd1KN7hv0kYKFEemFqLU_GnMQ6GhtRcYJ3QglSgdnf8zVyrjUdkEqhqiyjxoE8fGPR9qRe7NXWal0d1mNCKspm9dHYrc7_c4C6yVZx_M
This article looks at THE VALUE OF PERSONAL GOAL IDEAS: FINDING AN AIM IN LIFE. This article gives practical tips on setting goals. I am not sure I'd be able to think of 100, but think about some goals that you'd like to set yourself. And as long as you suggest them in the way explained in the first TED, why not share them when we discuss this topic.