I was recently inspired to create my own Bucket List. I realized that there was no turning back the clock to recapture the years that are had lost.
We all have issues with regret and a lack of reason for being in our lives. Many of us feel like we are just floundering along.
I came across the same concept in Laura Vanderkam’s book, “168 hours – You Have More Time Than You Think“. In her book, Vanderkam talks about Caroline Ceniza-Levine a career counselor to youth specializing in helping them realize what they want to be when they grow up. Vanderkam tells how Ceniza-Levine often requires her clients to complete a list of 100 dreams.
Write Down Your 100 Goals
Writing down a list of 100 goals that you would like to do or accomplish in your lifetime is surprisingly hard but well worth the effort.
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The exercise helps you find out what you love to do, helps you find out more about yourself, helps you find your passion, helps you narrow down your passions to help you find out what you want to be when you “grow up”, and can really give you drive in your life.
See the complete list of my 100 Goals
Below is my part of my list of 100 Goals (or Dreams) to accomplish before I die. It took me a while to sit and think about them and to write them all down, but it was an awesome exercise!
I challenge you all to write out your own list of 100 Goals. The lined through goals are the ones that have already been completed. Did I miss any that you really want to accomplish? Are there any really awesome ones that I’m missing and should add? Be sure to leave a comment in the comment section below…
- Zero credit card debt
$10,000 emergency fund
- Bungee jump
- Jump out of an airplane
- Open several small businesses
- Earn my doctorate
- Teach a college course
- Drive the entire length of Route 66
- Build a homeless shelter
- Build my own driving range
- Become fluent in Spanish
- Visit every continent in the world
- Open my own bar
- Take acoustic guitar lessons
- Tour the Bureau of Printing and Engraving (The U.S. Mint)
- Buy 10 acres of land
- Visit all 50 states in America
- See the ball drop in person on New Year’s Eve
Take a tour of one of the Federal Reserves
- Run with the bulls in Spain
See the complete list of my 100 Goals.