The Five Day Bucket List Challenge Day 2: Get Brainstorming
This is Day 2 of the Five Day Bucket List Challenge. If this is the first page you landed on, you might want to start here.
Take out your worksheet from the jump-start pack. Use it to write down all of the ideas that have been floating around in your head. If you feel like you can’t think of anything at the moment, it can’t hurt to read up about what to choose.
I also think it’s important to be realistic about what you can accomplish right now. Also, be sure to consider the B.U.C.K.E.T acronym when deciding what to choose. I explain that in the beginning of my book. Read step 1 from The Everyday Bucket List Book here for free.
Once you finish reading the chapter, start setting a side time to actively plan get help you reach your goal.
Day 2 – Get brainstorming. If you’re not even sure what to put on your bucket list or you need to generate ideas, read Bucket List Planning 101 and determine what to put on your list. I also touch on where to store the ideas.
Telling other about your goals can propel you to complete them. To more fully commit to this challenge, please share this on Twitter in exchange for this free information. (It’s only fair, right?)
I’m writing down my bucket list ideas so I can spell it all out. Day 2 #BucketListChallenge Click to tweet here.
If you have any questions, feel free to email me or comment below. I’m here for ya.
Otherwise, I’m trusting that you’ll do a great job.
All the Best,
Author of The Everyday Bucket List Book
P.S. If you haven’t already, grab the free Bucket List Jump-start Pack and get started.