This is Day 4 of the Five Day Bucket List Challenge. If this is the first page you landed on, you might want to start here.

Congratulations! You’ve made it this far. You deserve a pat on the back for sure. You’re ready to commit a little more and start taking action. Here’s you’re next task.

Day 4 – Goal set away.

Two parts for Day 4:

  1. Part 1: Simon Sinek wrote a book about the importance of “The Why.” It’s easier to goal set when you understand why you are doing something.  Sappy alert! In the beginning part of my book, I use a cool quote from Paulo Coehlo and relate it to my own life. Click here and then press the “Look Inside” section to read the beginning for free to understand the meaningful reason why I even write about bucket list ideas. Get some tissues. Though it’s not in the snippet, the rest of the book is lighthearted, maps out concrete steps and is meant to increase enjoyment and happiness. 😉
  2. Part 2: I originally wrote this for the new year since people get motivated to make resolutions. You can create new goals at any point in the year! And, if you’re anything like me, I want to see results sooner than later. I explain in my book how people are more likely to follow through on goals based on immediate benefits versus delayed. For this reason, I’ll have you read how to set short term goals to achieve some bucket list items now.

I’m setting short term goals to achieve some bucket list items now!

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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.

In case you missed any of the steps or need to go back for whatever reason, here are the previous steps:

Here’s Day 1: Get Started

Here’s Day 2: Get Brainstorming

Here’s Day 3: Gather Your Ideas 

Nice going! You’re ready for Day 5.