BUCKET LIST: ONE LIFETIME & MANY DREAMS

Bucket List Winter

Blog post by the guest blogger and agency consultant, AZASSISTENTEVIRTUALE.

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.

Mark Twain

MY STORY

Usually in the morning I wake up early, I make myself a herbal tea and then wrapped in the silence, which reigns just for a little while, I take an hour for myself. I often take my notebook in my hands where ‘Bucket List’ is written on the first page.

For me it is a very intimate list which I usually don’t show to anyone (I know that some people like to share their dreams with family or friends giving themselves an extra motivation but for me it doesn’t work). I like to browse it often, update it with the various steps in order to achieve my goals and rejoice in those already achieved. I am a person with thousand ideas and many projects to be implemented. Each of us grows, learns and changes. Precisely for this reason my Bucket List is very flexible and constantly updated. One thing is certain, putting down all my dreams has allowed me to give a correct order to all my desires. Otherwise they would have never seen the light of the sun, giving me an extra motivation to be able to achieve them.

If you can dream it, you can do it.

Walt Disney

BUCKET LIST IN PRACTICE:

? Place – determine where you will write your Bucket List. Some prefer a nice notebook while others opt for an application on the phone.
? Brain storming – put down on the paper or on the PC all the dreams you would like to realize. Don’t worry about any limits, free your imagination and transcribe everything.
? Add deadlines – it’s a very important step especially if your list is very long. For example: till the end of the year I want to lose 5 kilos or by 2025 I will go to New York. This way your goals will seem closer to you.
? Identify the top 3 – look at all your dreams and try to understand which ones you could complete faster or which ones are easier to carry on.
? Ongoing updates – the Bucket List is an infinite list. In ongoing updates you can make changes, add dreams or underline those already achieved.
? Be flexible – the wish-list does not have to become an obsession. It may happen that for some dreams it will take longer than you have established or that some projects will become less important. Remember that contingencies are part of our lives.

USEFUL TOOLS

Buckist – Best Bucket List App – Apps on Google Play

Buckist – Best Bucket List App is a powerful app which allows you to create and manage a list of things to do before you die! By setting down those things, you may find more motivation and inspiration in life. Buckist – Best Bucket List App was designed beautifully with superb user experience will make you feel comfortable using the app.

Simple Bucket List – Apps on Google Play

Simple Bucket List is just what the name suggests – it lets you keep a bucket list of things that you want to do. When you finish them, you can simply check them off and keep them, delete them or archive them. It can also be used as a to-do list or a place where you can just jot down your ideas.

Lifetime Goals (Bucket List) – Apps on Google Play

Our brain is a goal seeking organ, if you give it any goal, it will work day and night to achieve it. Writing your goals down is an effective strategy for many reasons. It brings your goal into the real world, where you can see it, think about it and can be reminded of it regularly. “Goal is a dream with a deadline” – Napoleon Hill

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BUCKET LIST – Reading / viewing tips

The Bucket List (movie)
Two terminally ill men left with only six months to live, decide to explore life and make a bucket list comprising all the things they have never tried before…

Once Upon a List (book)
Never in her wildest dreams did Clara Black imagine she’d fly to Vegas just to eat at America’s biggest buffet. Likewise, that she’d be digging holes in her mother’s backyard to unearth her brother’s screechy plastic recorder. But if that’s what it takes to get past the car accident that changed her life . . . she’ll do what she must.

Igor Sibaldi – The 101 Desires Technique (video)
The 101 wishes technique is an extraordinary method for making one’s dreams come true and for knowing oneself. If you want to learn this and other techniques (…).

Scratch Off Bucket Lists (posters)
In short, excellent inspirations or ideas for gifts. Scratch off posters that include different, by topic, bucket lists. Great to find new ideas, challenge self to achieve more and display own progress – all in fun way! Moreover, topics are many! From general “Things To Do Bucket List”, “Wines Bucket List”, “Yoga Poses Bucket List” or “Places Bucket List”, among many more.

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