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What’s on your bucket list?

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I don’t know about you, but I never really knew what to say when people asked me what was on my bucket list (if you haven’t heard the phrase before, a “bucket list” is a list of things you want to do before you die).

Common bucket list items:

  • Go skydiving
  • Live in Paris
  • Compete in a triathlon
  • Buy your parents a house
  • Swim with dolphins

All of those sound cool, but today I want to talk about BUCKET LIST vs. REALITY.

How many of us magically wish for something to happen…but do nothing about it?

This is a little politically incorrect, but I’ve promised to always be honest with you:

Your best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. So if you’ve lived to be 25, 30, 35, even 45 without doing your bucket list items…

…chances are you never will.

Here, I’ll show you exactly what I mean.

Every so often, I run a contest on my blog where I give away $1,000, or a trip to Hawaii, etc. I ask people to tell me what they’d do if they won, and I get THOUSANDS of comments.

But what happens when people don’t win? Do they figure out a way to do it anyway? Or do they just sit back, sigh, and go on with life? (“Damn, that would have been nice…”)

I decided to follow up with a few people that commented on one of my $1,000 giveaway contests and didn’t win. Watch and see.

THE BAD

Here’s what one reader said he would do:

“I would use the $1,001 to pay for a class on how to get over my shyness”

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Even though he didn’t win, did he find a way to take the class anyway?

“I would still love to take an improv class if I could afford it… I bought a book by Neil Strauss that has given me advice on being more social. I still struggle with shyness and am still looking for something that can give me a permanent solution.”

Sadly, no. Let’s try another.

 “I would love to take a hands-on mentoring photography workshop”

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Did Gabby do it?

“Not yet, but I do plan on attending a mentoring workshop this year. One of my favorite newborn photographers is thinking about coming to [my city] for a workshop, which would be great since I wouldn’t have to travel…”

Still waiting. Still delaying until something external changes.

THE GOOD

Compare those above responses to THESE ones:

“I would take my girlfriend to Denver…we’d check out some of the best rock climbing in the world while out there”

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We followed up with Dave to see if he’d done it.

“I/we did make it out to Boulder. Shortly after that post…got an offer in December. Moved to Boulder, CO on Jan. 1, 2013…The company paid for moving expenses, and the job itself came with a 26% raise, care of Ramit’s negotiation course that I bought.

I’m totally going to volunteer a bunch of information (and brag) to show how awesome my life has been since moving here:

  • Became a professionally sponsored rock climber
  • Chosen to be a member of Columbia Sportswear’s social media ambassador program (#OmniTen)
    • Free gear, all expenses paid trip to Park City, UT, all expenses paid trip to the Kingdom of Jordan
  • Website (blog) has taken off, which brought in more opportunities –LowGravityAscents.com

And I bought Ramit’s Earn1k the last time he offered it…I will be starting my own business on the side this year…”

Do you see the difference? Dave didn’t NEED to win to take action. It would have been nice, but he didn’t need some outside blessing — he did it himself.

Let’s look at another one from IWT reader “Pete”:

    “I would use the $1,000 to build my side business”

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Pete didn’t win, but two years later:

“My photo business has seen tremendous growth since that post. Wow, that seems so long ago. I have expanded my client roster to nearly 30 agents spanning 4 separate real estate agencies here in Green Bay. I have since left my job in marketing to go full time with my photography business, Green Bay Home Tours (gbhometours.com). Last year, in my first full year doing photography, full time I averaged 20 homes per month. This year looks even more promising…I did get business cards, I believe shortly after I made the post. They’ve been a big help in growing my business…I am pretty proud of what I’ve built thus far, but have a long way to go.”

THE TAKEAWAY

Losers wait for the world to give them permission to do something. Winners do it anyway.

Do you see the difference? Life doesn’t happen to you. You MAKE it happen.

Of course it would be nice to get $1,000 free. But if you don’t win, you find a way, any way.

There are so many other examples:

  • “I hope I get into XYZ college, because then, I can really…”
  • “I hope XYZ likes me, because then, I know I’ll…”
  • “I hope I get this promotion, because then, I’ll be able to…”

YOU DO IT ANYWAY. You find a way. “Waa, Ramit, that sounds easy because you went to Stanford, but I don’t have [your eyebrows/your email list/etc].” First of all, never whine to me. I’ve covered over 500 ways to get what you want over the last 10 years on my blog.

More importantly, take an honest look at your past behavior: If you’ve been claiming you want to move to Paris, or learn a new language, and you haven’t taken any action towards it…today is a GREAT day to decide:

  1. I really want to do this. Here’s what I’m going to do to get it.
  2. I actually DON’T want this. Screw it. I’m crossing it off my list (doing this is incredibly freeing)

MY QUESTION FOR YOU

What’s on your bucket list? It could be anything — traveling to another country, starting your own business, or getting in shape. Leave a comment below: What’s 3 things you’ve always wanted to do? And what’s held you back so far?

Tomorrow, we’ll talk about one way to make them happen.

P.S. Speaking of moving to Paris, one of our IWT employees packed up her entire family and moved to Paris — and she could do it because I support my entire team working remotely.

If you’re interested in working for IWT, I’m hiring for several positions at IWT, including Technical Lead (looking for a senior engineer who understands systems), Senior Data Analyst, Executive Customer Support Rep, and more. See all the details and positions at the IWT careers page.

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Lily
Lily
2 years 2 months ago
My three things I want to always do: 1. Go to Grad School for psychology 2. Get in Shape 3. Go to Aruba Things holding me back 1. I have crippling invisible scripts that says I am not capable of going to grad school, and I have a lot of anxiety when I try to study for my GRE exams. I have dedicated myself to 15 minutes 3 times a week of focused work, and have three different groups out there to hold be accountable to this. It’s exhausting just to do 15 minutes of work, and I am moving… Read more »
Meghan C.
Meghan C.
2 years 2 months ago
Lily, at Barnes and Noble there are GRE books that train you on how to take the test and pass. I chose this approach over relearning the math skills and it worked really well. I was barely functional with the flu the day I took the GRE but just passed with the score I needed for my grad program due to the training from that book. On math problems I was able to eliminate two of the answers out of four thanks to the book. I forget the name but highly recommend it, I’m sure it’s still sold at Barnes… Read more »
Nick
Nick
2 years 2 months ago

1. Climb an ice-capped mountain in the Canadian Rockies with my son.
2. Learn to surf with my daughter off the Monterey coast.
3. Work to make my business take off so I can do 1 and 2 whenever I want.

Taylor M.
2 years 2 months ago
I have a rather large bucket list, but I’ve worked hard to consistently cross those things off. Last year at this time I had three things I really wanted to do. I wanted to find a job (or create one) that I absolutely love. I wanted to go SCUBA diving. And I wanted to start a podcast. I have successfully done all three things, though not at once. I purchased the Earn1K course in May or June of last year. I went through it and started a relatively successful freelance business for academic editing. Turns out, I hated the work… Read more »
Sierra
Sierra
2 years 2 months ago
1. I want to open a ranch for abused, neglected and unwanted animals. I want to take animals that shelters turn down because there are too many & foster them until I can re-home them. I want to take any and all animals that need help & then find them happy and loving homes. 2. I want to buy a new car. I have always had old cars that break down and every time we get a rental I just love being behind the wheel. 3.I want to visit Egypt. I’ve had a fascination with the culture and the history… Read more »
Bettina
Bettina
2 years 2 months ago
My bucket list feels a little urgent these days as I am battling breast cancer.The three top things on my list are. 1.Be a better listener. I think in my attempt to feel more connected to humans, I appear to one up people. I am have managed three times in the last day to stop myself when I begin to tell a story of “yes, i had that experience once”., to someone else. I had no idea how difficult it made it for people to feel close to me, instead of becoming closer to people it distanced them from me.… Read more »
Tammi
2 years 2 months ago

1. I’d have a party and invite all the people who’ve been so generous to me, plus new people I want to become friends with.
2. I’d hire an assistant to help me be more productive with my business.
3. I’d self publish my book.

Andie
Andie
2 years 2 months ago
1. Learn how to surf. 2. Become PADI certified. 3. Visit my cousin in France. What’s held me back? Myself. I think that we all get these messages in our heads that something grandeur we want is not attainable. I focus on my career and improving myself in multiple ways but then when it comes to really fun things in life, I talk myself out of it. I come up with excuses like… “I want to do that so badly, maybe next summer” or “I just need to practice my French more.” I rarely spend money on myself unless I… Read more »
Elton
Elton
2 years 2 months ago

1. Attain financial freedom by means of getting a job or starting my own business to support my immediate family.
2. World Tour
3. Skydiving

The major thing holding me back is myself. I’ve been altering my habits but its been a slow process.

Candace Mabry
Candace Mabry
2 years 2 months ago
1. Get married. I want a partner I can share experiences with throughout my life. 2. Earn my MFA in Theatre. I want to be smarter. I have a hard time articulating myself and want to have more input in the creative endeavors I’m pursuing. 3. Visit India. In my heart, I know that will be part of my journey. What’s holding me back? Not knowing what’s holding me back. I’ve been going through a tremendous personal/spiritual change lately. I didn’t have the best childhood, no family support, etc. Not to mention I’m an actress by trade, which makes it… Read more »
Rashmi
Rashmi
2 years 2 months ago

Bucket List
1..See every National Park in America. (just a few more to go)
2..Grow my side business so I can work for myself. (Almost there – its so close…..)
3..Build my own home in my favorite town in Arizona. (one failed attempt already…But i’ll get there)

What is holding me back? In one word, my reality.
1..No vacation at work, and too much work with my side business. It seems like every waking moment is about work.
2..Financial and Family obligations (two kids with big college dreams… and just me, to make it all work 🙂
3..See 2..

Nina
Nina
2 years 2 months ago
1. Expand upon my existing programming and design skills, especially game / app programming and 3D design 2. Try new forms of exercise such as parkour and swordfighting 3. Learn DIY and other useful life skills like car repair, making clothes, first aid and so on What’s holding me back? First off, I realize my goals are very broad, and as such they tend to stay on the list until I find an opportunity to do something. While not bad per se, it also means that if an opportunity does not present itself things stay on there for years. Secondly,… Read more »
Q smith
Q smith
2 years 2 months ago

Ha ha , you can’t handle my list. I started my “death list” in 1986. It is now over 400 with about 300 completed!!

Q

Abi
Abi
2 years 2 months ago

1. Scoring 80-90 in any golf course.
2. Get a hot and intelligent girlfriend or wife.
3. Able to play atleast one song really well on ukelele.
4. My existing website bring in 1k every month of extra income.

q
q
2 years 2 months ago

why not hot and rich?

Arushi
Arushi
2 years 2 months ago
Three things I want to do: 1. Travel. 2.Publish my blog 3. workout I often end up procrastinating A LOT! Like I put things to tomorrow everyday and it take ample amount of mental pushing to do things right away. I have developed a very bad habit to run away from things basically. These are some very basic three things I want to do. It is not life changing per se, I realize they are do able I just feel that ‘tomorrow’ will be a better day! This explains me not being able to work out regularly. The problem with… Read more »
Lynea
2 years 2 months ago
I’ve never really understood the bucket list thing, because I struggle to relate to having the great experiences of my life on a to do list. I guess my true bucketlist consists of “how” I want to live rather than “what” I want to do. So…I’ll make a list of both. Hows: 1. Love deeply and continue growing in my capacity to relate to myself and others with presence, compassion , and depth. 2. Imbue my life with creative expression and creative work. 3. Inspire others to have courage and do what it takes to open their lives to real,… Read more »
Paul
Paul
2 years 2 months ago
My bucket list is quite large, but I’ll name three items. – Travel. Short term: hit up a bunch of countries in Europe. Greece, Portugal, Turkey. Southern Balkans, the Baltic states. Long term (5+ years): SE Asia, most of North and Latin America, some countries in Africa. – Skydiving. It’s terrifying and I’d love to do it. – Fire a gun. We have strict gun laws here so getting this done is a bit of a hassle, but I’d love to do this sometime. What’s holding me back? Mostly money – I’m still padding my emergency fund at the moment… Read more »
Chelzea
Chelzea
2 years 2 months ago
Only turning 20, and coming from a middle-income family, I look at my “bucket list” as an actual task for me to do, sort of broad, focusing on “the now” with a time frame. #1.) Participate in the Jamaica Nursing Outreach program. #2.) Graduate from Nursing University at the expected time — 2017 — while maintaining a relatively high GPA, meaning with scholarships, honours, and also possibly, Valedictorian. I am also looking forward to volunteering, and being involved with the school to make myself well-known for my passion, and my capabilities as someone who can represent the graduating class. #3.)… Read more »
Elaine
Elaine
2 years 2 months ago

Hey Chelzea,
Very reasonable and tangible goals. It also looks similar to where I was at your age, and I accomplished everything on my list and on schedule. Good luck!

H.
H.
2 years 2 months ago

Hey Chealzea, if it`s the soccer World Cup you mean: It`s held in Russia. South-Korea was in 2002, and hopefully they`ll never get to hold it again, no offense 🙂

For me: 1) Work abroad in Asia.
2) Attain such a high level in my professional field that I can create
3) Maintain a long-term relationship with a woman.

Number one and two, currently working on, number 3 will come when I find the right one 🙂

Heather
Heather
2 years 2 months ago
Things I’ve always wanted to do 1) Get Married 2) Have Kids 3) Give a home to a foster child What’s held me back is failure to meet anyone I want to spend the rest of my life with, let alone raise children with and items 2 & 3 would only be on my list IF I achieve item 1. Other than those three things, I do what I want and if I can’t do it (usually, finances, or lack thereof, is the barrier), I figure out a way to make it happen. The concept of bucket lists really irks… Read more »
Joanna
Joanna
2 years 2 months ago
Hi Heather, I believe there are some invisible (or pretty obvious) scripts at play in your reply. Having kids is also on top of my list. Unless there is regulation against adopting/fostering a child as a single parent where you live, I don’t see why you need a partner. And even if there is regulation you could always consider relocation if having kids is really really a priority. For instance, in Brazil, regulation is pretty laxed and single parent adoption is encouraged given the amount of kids in the system. Got a friend who did it (since have heard of… Read more »
Laurel
Laurel
2 years 2 months ago

still continuing working on my fixer to sell in 2014 so I can start my dream B&B business next year – not waiting on anyone or anything but ME!! =) I would post pics here of the projects completed to date if I could…

Michelle
2 years 2 months ago

1. Become fluent in Japanese. (I’ve been hovering around intermediate level for years now, and I just feel like I have to see this through and reach fluency.)
2. Find a better job and live in downtown NYC or Brooklyn.
3. Start a side business of making cool shit and selling it. (I’ve been taking all kinds of classes learning new skills like silkscreening, sewing, etc., but on my salary I can only take about one class per month, so it’s been slow. But there’s no reason why I haven’t started selling the things I’ve already made…. just classic delaying.)

Suzanne
Suzanne
2 years 2 months ago
1. Start a consulting business around my passions (pensions). Did it last year. Will at least double this year. 2. Buy a convertible – instead of a “practical” 2nd car. Did it last month. Love it. 3. Move to a new part of the country. Move date – Sept 20th. All of these things required (1) getting past the negative script in my head – I’m not good enough/smart enough/I will fail; (2) listening to the positive reinforcement from others (even negative comments from others can be motivating); and (3) planning just enough – not enough that every possible bad… Read more »
TJ
TJ
2 years 2 months ago

1. Base jump/ climb Mount Everest
2. Have 90% of my early income be from passive investments (Real Estate)
3. Travel once a year, for at least a month with my family

Will
2 years 2 months ago
1. Get in the best shape of my life 2. Get out of a bad work situation 3. Max out my retirement accounts This is kind of cheating, but these were the big three things on my list as of mid-2013. So far: 1. I hired a personal trainer and work out three times a week and am eating better/adding in bike commuting to work. I have been doing this for about four months and am starting to see some real progress. Paying someone helped me follow through and stay accountable. 2. I got a new job at the end… Read more »
Meg
Meg
2 years 2 months ago

I want to work at a public garden or as an animal control officer. I can’t sit behind a desk all day anymore. What’s been holding me back is the comfort and familiarity of the job I’ve had for 8 years already, as well as family pressure to stay in a “good” job, rather than do what I love.

Peter
Peter
2 years 2 months ago

My bucket list is to take primary ownership of the company I work for before I am 35 and take it to a newlevel of growth and performance.

N
N
2 years 2 months ago
What Ramit says here is so true– I was talking with a client the other day who regularly gives away $529 scholarships for my state’s 529 College Savings plan, and the client told me that even when people win the money, they don’t use it. They never even set up an account. That’s all they have to do to get the money, a process which takes less than 15 minutes, and our client is regularly calling winners and emailing them, constantly haranguing them to try to get them to take the money. What’s worse, her counterparts in other states have… Read more »
Julie
Julie
2 years 2 months ago

1. Sing at the Metropolitan Opera House
2. Write an award winning play or book
3. Travel around the world (including Antarctica)

Julie
Julie
2 years 2 months ago

And what has held me back
1– age and connections. I’m working on it, but getting to the top is a slow climb and I’m willing to put in the time and effort
2–I’ve started writing short stories but ultimately I think I have some analysis paralysis to pick what to actually commit to
3–time and money, but I opened a specific bank account for these trips and I’m accruing vacation time to make this a possibility!

Bronwyn
Bronwyn
2 years 2 months ago

Before I am too old (or any older) to quit my day job and pursue my art career for real, seriously, not as a side hobby or a part time pocket money job. I have a plan in place, and I am creeping up on it!

Elaine
Elaine
2 years 2 months ago
Thing is Ramit, looking at the “typical list,” two of those things are money&guts only. Anyone can skydive or swim with dolphins if they drop the money. The other stuff requires much more work, planning, and diligence. I’ve done so many of my bucket list things, mainly traveling the world, and I’m still feel quite young. The problem with the bucket list is the more you do, the more you add. I don’t have just three, so here’s what’s on it. – Run a marathon – Get in, not just good shape, but really excellent bikini-body shape – I haven’t… Read more »
wally
wally
2 years 2 months ago

ALL OF THIS SEEMS LIKE PIPE DREAMS THE ONLY SOLE GOAL I HAVE IN LIFE IS BECOME VERY WELL SELF DISCIPLINE MAKE BETTER LIFE DECISIONS AND BECOME FEARLESS I KNOW WITH ALL OF THESE I COULD MAKE ANY DREAM I WANT COME TRUE I WISH THERE WAS JUST ONE SWITCH THAT MADE MY BRAIN START

Michael Leading Horse
Michael Leading Horse
2 years 2 months ago
Three things I’ve wanted to do: 1. Catch a Fugitive. 2. Live in California for 6months – 1 year. 3. Take some type of military style training class for fun. (like “the Extreme SEAL experience” and yes that actually does sound fun to me) What’s held me back? 1. What’s stopped me from catching a fugitive? NOTHING! Despite having a liar of a boss who cheated me out of $600 and nearly got me a felony, I managed to catch a fugitive as a bounty hunter about a month ago in Vegas! 😀 2. What stops me from moving to… Read more »
Brian
2 years 2 months ago
On my bucketlist i have many things. Three of them would be Go skydiving with special forces in Texas Go free diving in Thailand Invent something (and a list of ideas I will not say ) I recently came upon this book, called the Law of Attraction. The point of this book is to make a claim that if you believe, you will succeed. I realize that I am the only one hindering myself. If I didn’t win any money to do the things I wanted to do or to free others and myself of the burden of debt, I… Read more »
Leah
Leah
2 years 2 months ago
1–Do an oil painting workshop (or teach one) in Provence, France. I’ve been training in oil painting for 3 years and finally feel good enough to make this trip worth it. Now I’m working on getting a new job so I can save money for this trip. In 2-3 years though, I think I could teach an art workshop there and have the trip pay for itself. 2-Own a 4 bedroom home or bigger in Santa Barbara, CA I own a 2bd home in another beautiful coastal CA town but can’t move yet due to the husband’s job. Haven’t figured… Read more »
Tsukiko Spark
2 years 2 months ago
I just love this game: “what do I wish for in life!” I wish for myself to finish writing all of my books (6 or 7, depending how long the 2nd book will be, the 1st is almost published). After that (Since I’ve learn that no good can come if you try to do it all at once…) I want to set up my own company for mobile apps (from great games I have in mind to useful applications!). Also the company will have a “new approach” for working- In my region people work so hard, that they don’t have… Read more »
Tsukiko Spark
2 years 2 months ago

Ho, almost forgot…what’s holding me back…
Now when I think of it, nothing really…Although I do have my day job, and my family, I wish that I could write for a living…working on that…takes time…I hate the waiting….can’t move faster? the process? Or the more you work on it the more it’s rewarding at the end?

Tsukiko Spark
2 years 2 months ago
Even though it wasn’t the question… I just realized that I have deleted some things from my list. I’ve notice that I don’t want them or need them. I took them from the lists of other. For example: traveling to far away places for long period of time, I don’t like this. I love staying in one quiet place with good drinks and food, all by myself and let my imagination travel to much more interesting places…I love doing that for hours and the time just fly like that…every thought in my head can become a story for me…not always… Read more »
meshack otieno
meshack otieno
2 years 2 months ago

One of my main one in my list is to start my own cleaning firm. But what puts me down is that financial status since i come from a poor background

Chayce Solchaga
2 years 2 months ago
Hi Ramit, One of my biggest goals was to attend one of those 12-week web-development immersive bootcamps to gain the skills to change my career and become a web developer. After reading this post, it made me believe that I do have what it takes in order to accomplish my goals and dreams. The challenge of this goal was : It costs 18k to do the program, plus you have to save extra money in order to have living expenses and having to relocate from wherever you are into the most expensive city in California – San Francisco. My solution:… Read more »
Jane
Jane
2 years 2 months ago
Hey Ramit, Like you, I don’t have a bucket list, but here are a few things I’d like to accomplish in the short term: 1) Work for an energy-focused investment bank (or an energy group at a larger investment bank) My lack of a summer internship is holding me back from working at this very moment. However, it doesn’t mean I can’t do so in the future. Thanks to DJ, I’ve been reaching out to people in the field (and even found a non-energy group I’m super interested in at one bank), taking classes on Coursera to build up my… Read more »
Lidia Marina Hurovich Neiva​
2 years 2 months ago

1. Decorate my house and build 2 wonderful art studios, one for me, one for my husband, build a swimming pool and a wonderful garden in my house
2. Buy a Wacom Cintiq
3. Invest in both my own and my husband´s art carrer.

Lidia Marina Hurovich Neiva​
2 years 2 months ago

1. Decorate my house and build 2 wonderful art studios, one for me, one for my husband, build a swimming pool and a wonderful garden in my house
2. Buy a Wacom Cintiq
3. Invest in both my own and my husband´s art carrer

Andre
2 years 2 months ago

1. Start my own business
2. Give my parents a couple of 100 Euro’s each month so they can live more comfortable
3. Be financially independent.

What was holding me back? A 9-week old baby, but she is starting to sleep at night so I can kick it!

Suz deMello
2 years 2 months ago

Congrats on your new baby! Enjoy!

Eugene Jiang
Eugene Jiang
2 years 2 months ago
1: Study engineering, develop and market all the various devices I have floating around in my head, and create a business platform to spread those devices around and improve the lives of every person I can. 2: Build systems that will allow me to maximize the impact and efficaciousness of my businesses while allowing me to live a remote lifestyle so that I can travel the world and explore every culture, perspective, and experience I can. 3: Become the kind of human being who can accomplish the previous two. To me my bucket list is the same thing as my… Read more »
Mansi Shah
Mansi Shah
2 years 2 months ago

Hi, I am currently an university student from UK and the following is my bucket list before I finish uni:

– Generate an extra income to fund for my current medical degree (as a graduate doing a third degree of medicine, I don’t get government loan for tuition fees, I have to pay it from my savings!)

-Generate an extra amount of income to help my parents debts

– Generate an extra amount of income that not only accomplishes the two points above but also for saving to help buy a house in future.

Terrin
2 years 2 months ago

1. Create a successful freelancing business thus leading to financial independence and being able to help my family, which leads into my #2
2. Buy my parents a house
3. Start a non-traditional school that allows kids to learn more practically
4. Live in New York
5. Go to NBA All Star and Finals games

What’s holding me back is I take in too much information trying to do things “smarter”, then end up second guessing myself and trying reshape plans and strategies. This ends up paralyzing all progression and I go in a continuous cycle of this accomplishing little to nothing.

Kendell Mcknight
Kendell Mcknight
2 years 2 months ago
1. Own multiple self service car washes. I like to see others keep their vehicles nice and clean. 2. Take a cruise. I would be nice to go with family and have a good time 3. Be debt free. So I can bless others and teach them how to become to debt free too. What’s hold me back: Its a lack of confidence in myself and having the funds to do so. I am currently working on pay off some of my debt. Hopefully I become debt free by the end of the year. Family is important to me and… Read more »
Even Steven
2 years 2 months ago

Bucket List aka Things to Do

1. Be able to have income supporting living in a Miami for 6 months and Chicago for 6 months
2. Have season tickets to a favorite sport team of my choosing
3. Travel extensively for 1 year to visit different parts of the world

I am working on all of it, I even have a rough draft plan. It’s 6 years 3 months from completion, but I’m working on it.

Nelson
2 years 2 months ago
What you have just shared is so powerful yet so many people will actually get the point because they are not ready to get it. I love this quote (actually it’s one of my favorite one): “When the student is ready, the teacher will appear” (They say it’s Buddah’s but not sure) It’s like reading a book for the second time you will learn so much more the second time because even if it’s the same text you are different, so you learn things you didn’t get the first time. Now I think it is our job to be ready,… Read more »
Rita
Rita
2 years 2 months ago

1- Travel to as many countries as possible.
2- Learn three new languages.
3- Live in London, New York, L.A, Venice and Barcelona.

Brian
Brian
2 years 2 months ago
My three things are: 1. Work for NASA 2. Live in Europe 3. Visit Antarctica As for working for NASA, I am working my tail off in Grad school right now to get there. As for living in Europe, I almost did about 7 years ago. Right now me and my girlfriend are talking about that for when we are both done with grad school. I might try to work for the ESA for a while before coming back to do NASA. And for the third, it is purely financial why I haven’t done it yet. I’m planning to try… Read more »
Danielle
2 years 2 months ago
3 things I want to do still: – travel outside of the country – get published – have my first online client What had held me back from traveling outside the country is other things were more important for me to focus on first. I have one research article accepted for publication this year and just contacted another about a different research project I completed. The first one was 2 years in the making and thesecond is at one year so just time involved holds it back. I just launched my website talking what I do in my occupational therapy… Read more »
Patric
Patric
2 years 2 months ago

1: Get fully certified as a scuba diver.

2: Learn to surf.

3: Live in both hemispheres (on the ocean) so it’s always summer where I live.

“It’s not the things we lack that hold us back; it’s the things we think we need.”
– Bayles & Orland – Art & Fear

Suz deMello
2 years 2 months ago

Nice quotation–thanks!

Brenda
Brenda
2 years 2 months ago

Ramit,
Please tell people the difference between a bucket list and a career. Some people nailed it and others just went deep out into the ocean.

steve
steve
2 years 2 months ago
Ramit – Three of my bucket list items: Move to Bay Area Watch my beloved Red Sox from a Fenway suite on my 50th birthday Take my wife and kids to five European cities – London, Madrid, Barcelona, Florence, Munich We moved to Silicon Valley in July, 2013 — DONE! I will turn 50 in a few years and I am saving up for the suite a few bucks at a time — NOT DONE My kids are a little young (10 and 7) for the European trip — we have the cash set aside already — NOT DONE It… Read more »
Kelly
Kelly
2 years 2 months ago
3 things from my bucket list and the reasons I haven’t done them so far: 1) Take a trip to Europe. Reason for not doing so to date: First, my children were too small to enjoy such a trip. Currently I am in the process of finalizing my divorce after 18 years of marriage, so money is the main issue. Two years ago after we separated, I was looking for change in the couch cushions at the end of the month to pay for gas to get to work. I had never wanted for money and all of a sudden… Read more »
Jackie
Jackie
2 years 2 months ago

I am going to work at my passion in a new place, a foreign country. I manage my own company in a seasonal area, and dread the slow times. If I could just travel to another place and be compensated monetarily and/or with respect I would feel more confident. I am not sure how this would work, but I cannot stop thinking about it. I am not sure if the time frame is a several weeks, a few months, or a year.

Juan
Juan
2 years 2 months ago

Hi Ramit,

Right now 3 things in my Bucket list are:
-Get a Masters degree in Foreign Affairs in the United States (I’m Colombian) I haven’t done anything about it because I’m still paying for my college education.
-Travel to all the Continents before 30 (I am 25) I am saving for that.
-Walk to the top of the highest mountain of my city. I did it this morning, I woke up, took into account that I’m currently unemployed and perhaps in the future I wouldn’t have the time and energy to do it so I did it.

Juan

Jen
Jen
2 years 2 months ago
Actually, Paris IS on my list. To visit. South of France to live. It’s where my family is from. My other 2 would be: Write a book and Go on a Mission Trip. There are, of course, many others but those are the ‘top 3’ – the ones that have been weighing heavily on my heart as of late. What’s held me back? From France, money. Just don’t have the finances to make it work, my husband’s job is here and we have kids so it seems impossible. Writing the book, I have started a few over the years but… Read more »
DLeek
DLeek
2 years 2 months ago
1. Run my own business. Ownership comes 2nd here. I want to be in command. I am a leader by nature but a slave to comfort. Being content with my current situation is what is holding me back from taking the leap. I have a great job, great relationships, and great friends. I am happy, but not satisfied. I fear the amount in my savings account will never be enough to finally quit everything and pursue my dreams full-time. 2. Help in the relief effort during and/or after a large natural disaster. Every time I hear about a hurricane, or… Read more »
Bec Tilley
2 years 2 months ago
Well, I guess I kind of have a “bucket list”, but it’s not much like a usual bucket list in that it is just things to do with my career dreams that I fully intend to do. For example: 1. Next year take 3 months to travel through the USA researching the history of the evolution of African-American music (from gospel to blues to jazz to soul to funk to hip-hop), visiting important historical musical locations and meeting important people in these areas and talking with them about their music 2. Become a high-paid voice coach for my favourite artists… Read more »
Wanderley
Wanderley
2 years 2 months ago

#1 – be the owner of my time. In fact it is stop selling my time to gain money.
#2 – start my own business
#3 – make a tour in Europe with my wife and kid.

These are the top priority on my list.

Kuldeep
Kuldeep
2 years 2 months ago

I want to
1) learn programming to make useful iOS apps
-i don’t know which programming language to start with and, I also become lazy at a certain stage of learning.
2) get my income upto 1 lakh rupees per month
I know what skills I have but I don’t know how to use them to get income side-by-side
3) build a house for my family
I don’t plan ahead, don’t save money (I am 24 yrs old)

Faraz S.
Faraz S.
2 years 2 months ago
“Do it anyway”: awesome name, this is how I was raised! This is the only way that gets results. I saw this very strongly in a French class for busy professionals that I once took. Most of the students were there to take a French class, but I was there to learn French. The majority didn’t get anything other than 4 hours of socializing a week, whereas I immersed myself in movies, songs, websites, and conversation practice. I think this is highly related to being task/process dependent vs. goal focused. In the former if you get stuck at a point,… Read more »
Tirryn
Tirryn
2 years 2 months ago
1. Land a 900 Unispin on my Unicycle I’ve got so close to landing this trick over the last 2 and a half years, but still haven’t landed it! I’ve come close so many times. So why haven’t I landed it yet? I don’t practice it consistently each session, I try it in patches when I feel like it. More thinking and less action is being taken. Solution: For 1 week, focus on landing the 900 uni spin and nothing else. Warm up landing 720 uni spins to build confidence before attempting the 900 uni spin. After trying for 1… Read more »
Dave Weitz
Dave Weitz
2 years 2 months ago

1. Invest in real estate.
2. Begin a foundation to partner with organizations working on global humanitarian issues.
3. Tour the United States on a Harley Davidson motorcycle.

1. Fear — of failure, of not being good enough to accomplish these things and an inner script that tells me I’m not worthy of these goals and items.
2. I’m not always sure of what steps to take next.
3. I have not had the capital and cash flow to pursue these things.

Corey
Corey
2 years 2 months ago

Learn a second language-I wasn’t always interested in culture, and also I didn’t realize that I could teach myself a language without having to go to school. I am actually learning at a very fast rate now but I still hold myself back. I should set some goals.

See earth from space-currently trusting the brilliance of the human race to make an elevator, depending on myself to make enough money to pay for such a thing.

Write a book-I am curing my writers block! Ideally I would love to be capable of what one of my teachers called, genius on demand.

Emily
Emily
2 years 2 months ago

You may be interested to know that a company is making a balloon that takes you up 19 miles (not technically outer space but a great view of the earth): http://www.space.com/23291-space-tourism-balloon-flights.html

Jess F.
Jess F.
2 years 2 months ago
For as long as I can remember, traveling has been on my bucket list. 3 years ago I got a job offer to head up a new ecommerce project for Harley Davidson. It involved an increase in pay and I’d finally be moving up into a manager-level position. At the same time I got an offer to work at a junior position in a company that was so desperate they offered to let me work remote. I took the cut in pay and status and took the remote job. That enabled me to start traveling; however, this company required me… Read more »
Suz deMello
2 years 2 months ago

You rock, sweetheart! Enjoy!

Amanda E
Amanda E
2 years 2 months ago
I didn’t even think I had 3 things that I REALLY want, that are also attainable, but once I started thinking about it I came up with them (and others): 1. I want to finish (write, illustrate and publish) a children’s book; I’ve had the idea in my head for years now and worked on bits and pieces but it’s still largely unfinished 2. I want to illustrate a graphic novel for a friend; I’ve always wanted to be the illustrator for a graphic novel and I love the story and it would make my friend’s day (year? life?) to… Read more »
Suz deMello
2 years 2 months ago
My bucket list? (1) get a halfway decent boyfriend. What’s holding me back? My dislikes, which include bad grammar, casual sex, and dishonesty. (2) Living in other countries. Nothing has held me back on this one–I’ve lived in Europe, China and Thailand for extended periods of time, but right now am living with my 84 year-old mom in NoCal for the duration. REALLY want to get back overseas, especially southern Spain and Morocco (two places I’ve never been) plus southern Italy (a favorite). (3) Be a better person. Again, nothing holding me back except my character flaws. I’m currently applying… Read more »
Diane
Diane
2 years 2 months ago
Three big items on my life list #1 Travel the World –So far four countries down and way more to go :p #2 Be the Best Me that I Can Be–take workshops and read often…I will continue to do that in the future #3 Get Debt Free–four years to go Any item on my life list takes motivation in the long term. Sometimes it’s easy to to get distracted from reaching the items on my list but when I take a break to refocus I remember that I definitely want to do as may of the things on my life… Read more »
Madelain
2 years 2 months ago
What up Ramit?! Okay, three things on my bucket list: 1) Divorce my fucking husband! (‘Scuz the french). He got served the papers by the sherif in May! 2)Start building my coaching business and find a business partner. FYI found the perfect partner… Or let’s just say she found me because I was putting out! (She is in Surrey, UK, I am in Cape Town, SA). Next step now is to find a few clients to test our new coaching phelosophy and methodology on and build as we go. 3) Travel to go see my business partner in the UK… Read more »
Emily
Emily
2 years 2 months ago
Thanks for asking the question. It’s very interesting to learn from everyone’s comments. 1) Experience zero gravity. Key step: Decide what I am willing to pay for this experience at this time. Specifically, is the current $2500-5000 cost for this (going up in an airplane that does parabolic maneuvers) more worthwhile to me at this time as a once-in-a-lifetime bucket list experience than an alternative use for these funds? As part of this decision process, brainstorm how I can maximize the value of this one-time experience to extend the value beyond the flight itself (such as learning more about space… Read more »
Janet
Janet
2 years 2 months ago

1) Plant succulents in vintage, tarnished, silver plate containers- done.
2) Make a tote bag using the reverse applique technique of Project Alabama.
3) Make an item of clothing refashioned from a thrift shop purchase.

Janet
Janet
2 years 2 months ago

Oops. Forgot the what is holding me back part: time and energy. I need to hire a housekeeper to free up time for myself and stop using my energy for things the housekeeper could be doing for me.

Fernando
Fernando
2 years 2 months ago
1. Start singing in public – I am not used to singing in front of other people. 2. Write one blog post a month – Time and space. I like to devote research and rewrites to my blogs and work about 50 hours a week. I live in close quarters with others where phone interviews and quiet are not common occurrences. 3. Gain a digital marketing position (that pays more $) with a company that shares knowledge and promotes education – One thing, not an invisible script, but a potential opportunity. If it does not happen then it is off… Read more »
Fernando
2 years 2 months ago

2. Write one blog post a month – Time and space. I like to devote research and rewrites to my blogs and work about 50 hours a week. I live in close quarters with others where having space for phone interviews and quiet to focus on my writing are not common occurrences.

J
J
2 years 2 months ago
I still intend to get my best songs properly published, recorded and released and I’d like to tour behind them. Before I do that, I need to get myself healthy. Although I’m long in the tooth now, I’d like to explore the USA and see at least some of the rest of the world. I also intend to learn more about practicing practical urban forestry in my bioregion and helping out with the parks here. I have problems just getting through each day. I have some health issues right now that keep drain my energy: solving those is a prerequisite… Read more »
jurgy
jurgy
2 years 2 months ago

Ramit, tell Gautam to join Toastmasters – it’ll cost him 40 bucks or so and he will definitely get over his shyness …

Vlad
2 years 2 months ago

Want:
1. Learn how to be a successful photo artist with remarcable marketing abilities
2. Improve my photography skills until I became a (they called it:) master
3. Achieve some above-average photo gear (for the learning process. Masters will make art with any kind of gear)

If the mental health status will remain “Normal”, the rest will follow.

Stops:
1. nothing
2. nothing
3. nothing

Done:
Realize (at last) that:
Stay healthy. Think. Do. Focus. Repeat

Heather
Heather
2 years 2 months ago
1. Work with animals as an entrepreneur groomer 2. Stay in shape (more specifically, gain muscle, lose body fat) 3. Release more serration into my body and be rid of the cortisol Nothing has really held me back from any of these, except myself. Focus, drive, and motivation have been key killers. However, since my health has continued downward in the past few years, it’s been my wake-up call to make a change now or face the consequences. I’ve been eating much healthier now, including staying away from GMO foods. I still need to keep my distance from grains, but… Read more »
Agnes
Agnes
2 years 2 months ago
To live in a house close to the sea. What held me back? I never considered buying any property, since I live from one month to the next. And never considered renting one (any way no money for a whole house), since we live with the family there, where my husband has a contract. No place on the seaside yet :). To go back to the mountains in Switzerland where 4 years ago we had an amazing holiday. I/we always spend the little money we have on other things. When holiday is near, there’s no money plus everything is booked… Read more »
Meghsn C.
Meghsn C.
2 years 2 months ago
1. Build up savings to afford baby #3 2. Get back to 135 lbs. And 19-20% bodyfat 3. Finish my children’s books so I can start my side business of promoting and selling my self pubbed books What’s holding me back: 1. My big wins would be food expenses and Target spending (I always overspend at Target!). I felt too busy and run down to monitor those areas and cook at home more but am feeling a lot healthier now and ready to cook at home every day and batch cook some meals. For Target I need to stick to… Read more »
Meghan C.
Meghan C.
2 years 2 months ago

3. Time management. I work full time from home and at the office and am primary caregiver for our kids and hadn’t figured out a good time to schedule in my work on my children’s books (or novels but those are on hold for now). Now that my son is almost one year old I’m getting more time back and can add scheduled time for my writing and illustrating.

Dave C.
2 years 2 months ago
My list meshes together a bit in my mind, but maybe it shouldn’t. 1. Start a side business 2. Buy a larger home or pay off our current house quicker 3. Learn how to invest wisely 4. Get in shape 5. Write a novel The obstacle for doing these are pretty much my own laziness. When it comes to starting a side business I really don’t know where to begin. My full-time job is an accountant, but I really don’t have a desire to do more of that on the side. When it come to getting another house, I have… Read more »
SUNIL SHARMA
SUNIL SHARMA
2 years 2 months ago

Sir , I have try to be rich man last 5 years but i am not sucees . My dreams are my own home my own work . But its not possible . Can i do this please help me . I loss my $23000 amount my unsuccesfull work. My condition is very poor now. Pleasr help me .

@_@
@_@
2 years 2 months ago

dont beg here…

Its called a start up or an enterprise. First get a decent english course(watch movies w/o subs,music,games,books,skype) second make a plan.

If this guy would give you a million away you would wasted it.

Make a plan, make it realistic.

According to your comment i measured your IQ which is 90-100 points sequence.

Trading is a scam… People are being fooled by stupid dreams with fake start up stories like facebook and such.

So be awake…

Read John Steinback the pearl

ahmetomer
ahmetomer
2 years 2 months ago

Sorry but my bucket list is not something i would just typed here.

Lets say its achiving my self.

If these comments wont be deleted and if you live long enough to see my name is ahmet omer 15-20 years just wait and see…

Eric Baker
Eric Baker
2 years 2 months ago

Im not eric. But:
http://Www.bakedesuyo.coM

Nice things about your dreams…

Em
Em
2 years 2 months ago

1. Write the articles on my list. Submit for publication.
2. Prepare and present voice recital
3. Start a side business doing something I like to do. Obviously, need to focus in on exact business.

On all 3, what’s held me back so far is me. Invisible negative scripts, which I’m working on and making progress. Narrow my focus so my time is spent obtaining my goals. This is a biggie. I’m much too scattered in my approach, doing all sorts of things that are worthwhile, but do not advance to my goals.

Cat Aboudara
Cat Aboudara
2 years 2 months ago
1) Hug a tiger (I wanted to be a tiger trainer when I grew up but never worked with tigers – have worked with alligators, octopus, coyote, bobcats, raptors and amazon river turtles though…) 2) Write a book – been working on it but falling off and realize if I want to do this it must be a daily practice 3) Dance well into old age – I want to be the 90 year old who is shaking as a walk onto the dance floor and just blow all the lil young whippersnappers away when I start dancing. There was… Read more »
faiqa
faiqa
2 years 2 months ago

1) clone myself successfully and perform experiments related to environmental impacts on personalities vs. genetic make up
I am held back because its not legal in US, yet.
2) meet aliens
held back because they dont like me it seems
3) meet Ramit Sethi when he is in NY next time :p

Mary Gravitt
2 years 2 months ago

My three things I want to always do:
1. I want toTravel anywhere
2.Learn how to invest wisely
3.Start a side business doing something I like to do. Obviously, need to focus in on exact business.

Eric Taylor
Eric Taylor
2 years 2 months ago
Three things I want to do: 1) Learn to Kitesurf 2) Move to Australia 3) Become a Virgin Galactic passenger The one thing that prevents me from doing all these things is money. So instead of complaining about it I’m constantly thinking of ways to make more. These goals are also ordered in terms of importance to me. So right now I’m focusing on my first goal. I analyzed the costs of lessons for kitesurfing in the area around me and I discovered that for $525 I can have two incredible beginner lessons. Also, I know I’ll want to continue… Read more »
Amey
Amey
2 years 2 months ago
Last november I made a list of 3 things I got to do in the whole year well I made a video of myself saying the things I have to complete 1)Pass the exam which I will be giving 2)lear to play guitar 3)to learn more about a different sport (which I F1) well I am studying hard but this exam is tough but still trying my best as I have job too which makes it more tough anyways will be having holidays from August so will get a good amount of time to prepare for it Guitar lessons are… Read more »
Suz
Suz
2 years 2 months ago

Bucket list:
1) Visit Ireland
2) Retire before I die

Kelly
Kelly
2 years 2 months ago
1. get in shape and compete in an athletic competition 2. learn to invest money 3. find my passion and make it into a career There is really nothing in my way of getting in shape. I have a gym membership with great trainers and classes available to me. I know what to eat and what not to eat, the toruble is figuring out a good routune schedule. But, I’m working on this. I’ll be the first to admit I know nothing about investing money. The problem is I don’t know where to start or how to find a reliable… Read more »
Caroline
2 years 2 months ago
I have an ever-evolving bucket list as I learn, grow, and develop more interests and bigger goals: COMPLETED ITEMS: -Earn a black belt (and continue training) -Travel to Europe — Italy, Germany, UK -Go to grad school -Freelance for a newspaper -Move out of my home town IN PROGRESS: -Learn German (studying for 4 mos, 7 mos to go in program) -Write novel (finished page 50 this week) -Participate in Toastmasters to improve public speaking skills -Teach college English (hired for this fall!! Writing the syllabi this summer!) TO DO: -Combine teaching college English WITH freelancing at the same time.… Read more »
Caroline
2 years 2 months ago

PS Forgot what’s holding me back. . . nothing is holding me back, though procrastination + money can sometimes slow me down. When I start teaching, I’ll be spending a lot of money on gas/car upkeep which will postpone travel dreams for a while. But now that I have my foot in the door, I will find more teaching/freelancing gigs and then save more money for travel. (Summers off!! 🙂

Oodo
Oodo
2 years 2 months ago

Ramit good job. I will like to travell to paris or other country outside my country where life can more meaninfull

Sam
Sam
2 years 2 months ago

I’ve wanted to start my own business for a number of years, and I’m actually about to go tell my boss in an hour that I’ll be retiring from employed life.
I’ve worked hard to get to this point and I’m finally doing it!

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Gigi Rodgers
2 years 2 months ago

1) Get my business rolling and automated (so I can drag these ideas out of my head and into fruition)
2) Round the world tix for myself and my aunt (she introduced me to traveling overseas. I need to return the favor in full)
3) Get a breast reduction (so I look proportionate) and lasik eye surgery (I would LOVE to wake-up and be able to SEE the alarm clock)

This is a good place to start. The 12-month plan.
Let’s do it.

kala
kala
2 years 2 months ago
A lot of items on my bucket list had been checked off. 1) Travel to France (check!) and was able to enroll at a language school in the Cote d’ Azur and even became the French Club president where I live. 2) Work for a museum (now am a museum director). 3) Be a newspaper columnist (dreamed of this ten years ago and now still writing for the paper). 4) Have passive income (just built a rental pad, and built up a side business) Still, more items are left unchecked and they are: 1) visit Italy, Spain, Japan, Turkey and… Read more »
K.I.
2 years 2 months ago

I have 110 things on my bucket list that I believe I can complete. I’m a total dreamer. But out of those 110 I only completed 7. And now, I still believe I can complete them all. Tho, some are impossible, but gotta continue dreaming!

Owen
Owen
2 years 2 months ago
When I was 13 I made a list of 101 things to do before I die, unfortunately I lost that somewhere along the way. A few years ago I made up another list and found that beyond the big extravagances most of the things on my bucket list were pretty doable. I am currently working on several of them. I want to perform stand up comedy- I took a quick one day introductory class, and will be doing open mic at a club when they roll out their comedy open mic this fall. I want to teach a class- I… Read more »
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Agnieszka Obara
2 years 2 months ago

You’re so right that winners don;t wait for the world to give them permission. That is why this year I am halfway with what I want to achieve. My list include:
Helping more people earn money online.
Spend more time with my family and my daughter.
Earn twice as much as I did the previous year.

Steffen Eckart
Steffen Eckart
2 years 2 months ago
A bucket list for most people is all about individual events or experiences to encounter within their lifetime. My bucket list is more about lifestyle and process, with the thought being that achieving these changes in my life will bring about rewarding experiences. Included are the following: *Getting down to my ideal weight or even a little below *Becoming super physically fit and following a lifestyle where I can sustain this. *Learning Japanese fluently (I live in Japan now) *Operating my own business that makes a meaningful contribution to people’s lives, and which I can run from anywhere The 1K… Read more »
pingpongmaster
2 years 2 months ago

I’ve been 1. spending time with my family, but 100% focused on just that spending time with them, not letting my phone distract me. 2. playing a lot of tennis 3. staying healthy.

radical love
2 years 2 months ago

I have 17 things on my bucket list and counting, i add to it when I think of something. Sometimes I think the things I have on here are way too advanced though and I should go with some more possible things.

Abbey B
2 years 1 month ago
I’ve had a bucket list on my bathroom mirror for YEARS, and the #1 item is the one that never gets checked off (take a trip to a place I’ve never been, once a month, every month, for one year). Why did I never do it? Because I didn’t have enough vacation time saved up, I didn’t have a car, couldn’t afford the flight, didn’t have a boyfriend to go with me, etc. 6 months ago, I was trying to motivate myself to start the hour long commute to a job I hated when I glanced at the list, and… Read more »
Maria
1 year 10 months ago

I’ve been 1. spending time with my family, but 100% focused on just that spending time with them, not letting my phone distract me. 2. playing a lot of tennis 3. staying healthy.

Laptop Review
1 year 10 months ago

You’re so right that winners don;t wait for the world to give them permission. That is why this year I am halfway with what I want to achieve. My list include:
Helping more people earn money online.
Spend more time with my family and my daughter.
Earn twice as much as I did the previous year.

Porn Blocker
1 year 8 months ago

I’ve been 1. spending time with my family, but 100% focused on just that spending time with them, not letting my phone distract me. 2. playing a lot of tennis 3. staying healthy.

Touchscreen Laptops
1 year 8 months ago

A bucket list for most people is all about individual events or experiences to encounter within their lifetime. My bucket list is more about lifestyle and process, with the thought being that achieving these changes in my life will bring about rewarding experiences. Included are the following:

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Diogène de Namasat
1 year 3 months ago

My Bucket List:

1) Get A Girlfriend (LOVE)
2) Get A Job (WEALTH)
3) Play A Sport (HEALTH)

Focus On My Bucket List, Leave The Rest To Others ,)

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