I had the good fortune to hear Travis Bell, The Bucket List Guy recently.
He has some excellent processes and ideas on how to formalise creating and achieving bucket list items.
It is way more effective than that thought that “one day” you will achieve some dream.
The one key point of Trav’s that I really love is about the impact of achieving what is on your bucket list. Because it is not about the item. It is not about getting a photo of having achieved it. It is not about boosting your ego by achieving it. It is not even about bragging rights for having achieved it (let’s face it, most of our friends will say “that’s nice” and move the conversation on.)
What Trav says is that achieving your bucket list item is all about who you become on the other side of having achieved it.
Having proven to yourself that you CAN reach this goal, and having the inner satisfaction of knowing all the battles you have faced to get there. The internal reward of who you become on the other side of your achievement is what makes it all worth while.
So what do you need to put on your bucket list?