Whenever someone tells me that they are new to listmaking — I always suggest making a life list or bucket list first. You know yourself better than anyone and you know what you like and don’t like. A bucket list is a collection of your greatest hopes, dreams and goals. It can include something as extreme as “travel around the world,” or as practical as “learn Spanish.” But it is important to make your list attainable if you really are serious about crossing off all the items. For ways to keep your list manageable and realistic — Christine Harding from Wish.co.uk offers this guest post: Read more
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A dream may be to visit a winery in Italy for example, or to write a book. Even if this seems difficult at first, there are always options like checking out a plot generator, for example, to start the writing process off. We all have to start somewhere. Another dream could be to own a fabulous apartment, hold a koala…these are all things on my “life list.” You know, the things you want to do before you die — some people call it a bucket list.
I think having goals is essential to living a happy life…that way you always have something to look forward to and work towards. My love of lists of all kinds lead me to MyLifeList.org, where you can record all of your life dreams and wishes. It’s a social media site for goal-oriented people. Soon there will be a magazine called “Achiever” to go along with it.
I’ve been fortunate enough to get to know the CEO Bill Starr and COO Shelagh Braley — they are seriously fabulous people and so motivated to make people’s lives more enriched. Shelagh is this month’s featured list producer: smart, successful and a list nerd!
Q: Why do you call yourself a compulsive list producer?
A: My company, My Life List, is totally based on lists for success in creating your major life experiences. How do you achieve any goals without making a list and a definitive plan? My Life List is based on the concept that if you write down your dreams and engage others to support you, they become achievable goals. Read more