Haha -- don't expect Cosmism to tell you!
Nietzsche's version of the prophet Zarathustra said "Go away from me and resist Zarathustra!", and Cosmism has a certain affinity for this perspective.
My favored flavor of Cosmism advocates the principles of growth, choice and joy as top-level goals.
But regarding how to interpret these -- and how to break them down into subgoals -- it advocates diversity, not conformity.
By working out the details on our own and with others -- and hence making our own choices -- we can find joy and promote growth for ourselves and the cosmos.