If you're chasing after the bucket list idea, you’re going to ask yourself what’s the point? A bucket shouldn't be full of impulsive stuff that we pick up as we go along through life. It shouldn't be filled with stuff that others talk and...
If you're chasing after the bucket list idea, you’re going to ask yourself
what’s the point? A bucket shouldn't be full of impulsive stuff that
we pick up as we go along through life. It shouldn't be filled with
stuff that others talk and dream about unless it genuinely
resonates with your dreams. Chasing others dreams would be
similar to having a hole in your bucket.
The most gratifying things to go into the bucket for most of us are
those that are part of a larger context. For instance, visiting the
Great Wall of China would more than likely be a more meaningful
experience. Acquiring that larger context or framework is
something that can and should take careful and thoughtful
consideration. It often takes hard thought and hard work to
Here are our suggestions for creating and managing your Bucket List:
1. Make sure you get satisfaction and joy from your day-to-day stuff.
2. Do not buy into your ideas and turn them into goals immediately.
Mull them over. If you weigh them carefully, you will probably
find you are able to improve, substitute or cancel them while
heightening your total life experience.
3. Make a plan and enjoy the process. Planning isn't optional. It's a
generally accepted as being a requirement by most of the experts
in the field of setting and achieving goals.
Table Of Contents
What Do You Want?
Do You Have the Potential?
How to Overcome Your Fears
Stop Wasting Time
Keep The End In Mind