At Harvard, they say you should be writing down your goals to increase your chances of achieving them. Otherwise, go on and get comfortable with Lewis Carroll’s warning:
Any road will get you there if you don’t know where you are going.
…and yes, he did pen Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Don’t get me wrong. Alice and Lewis Carroll may actually inspire you. Being whimsically adventurous and able to go with any flow of life is not a bad thing, in fact I see it as a beautiful thing
But if you did write down your goals, what would they be? What would be on YOUR bucket list? I am ever so curious but don’t keep me guessing. Please let me know.
And here is the moment you’ve been waiting for…
*Disclaimer: Known to change like the seasons*
- Go to college; become a doctor.
- Venture outside my Southern Comfort Zone.
- Master simple (minimalist?) lifestyle.
- Go paintballing.
- Experience the west coast. (Is the grass really greener on the other side? More on this in a few months.)
- Hit a bulls-eye three times in the same target practice.
- Drive a Corvette.
- Compete in three NPC Bikini Contests.
- See the sun set and rise in a 24 hour period.
- Find my #payitforward purpose in life.
- See all 7 wonders.
- Fall deeply, madly in love.
- Make money, maintain freedom. (See ‘passive income’ and ‘provide value, not time’ – both coming soon)
- Hike the entire Appalachian Trail.
- …And Mount Kiliminjaro
- Learn four songs on a guitar.
- Master this basic acroyoga move.
Well, eighteen seems somewhat under ambitious with the exception of no. 3, that one will take my whole life. Help me add to my list, or upload yours below.