What have you always dreamt of doing but never done?
Isn’t it time to finally step up and turn your dreams into reality?
Well in today’s article I’m going to show you how to create a bucket list of all the things you want to do before you die so you can live a fulfilling life.
And I’m going to show you how to do it in 3 simple steps.
But before I do that. Let’s briefly answer this question…
What is a bucket list? To put it simply it’s all the things you want to do, acquire or experience in life. Think of it as your life’s To Do List.
Now that we’ve cleared that up. Let’s jump right into it…
Step 1: Brain Dump
Write down everything that comes to mind of all the things you want to…
- To Do
- To Acquire
- To Learn
- To experience
- To eat
- To visit
In this video I list 5 questions that you can ask yourself if you get stuck with this step.
In fact, the video below helped me hit 2 birds with 1 stone because it was one of the things on MY bucket list. Here, take a look:
Yep, that’s my first video 🙂
Anyway, make sure to write as many things as possible no matter how far-fetched or unrealistic they may seem. Make it a goal to write down 100 things.
Remember you’ve got your entire life to work on these. All you need to know is… if you want it, then write it.
Step 2: Steal Other People’s Ideas
When you dry out of ideas then go and have a look at other people’s bucket lists for inspiration. In fact, here’s a link to my bucket list with 334+ ideas for inspiration. And I keep adding more each time.
Step 3: Add the Stuff You Don’t Want To Do
Isn’t this supposed to be a list of all the things I want to do in my life?
Yeah it is, but trust me… you’ll find out that this stage is the most fulfilling. So here’s how it goes…
Think of all the things that scare you or make you uncomfortable and add those as well. Whether that be jumping off a plane or bungee jumping. The reason behind this is because conquering your fears is going to feel fulfilling and will improve your self-confidence.
Since the opposite of confidence is fear. So conquering that fear will therefore increase your confidence.
Remember the difference between fear and excitement is only your perception because physiologically it’s the exact same reaction in your body.
So let fear fuel you, not stop you.
Don’t put this on hold any longer. Get out there and make your bucket list!