This is fun for someone like me, who is motivated by goals and dreams.
But, there is an inherent danger to bucket lists. One could lose sight of what has already been accomplished while on the chase for bucket list adventures.
So, here's an idea.
What about a reverse bucket list?
Instead of brainstorming all of the things you want to accomplish, sit and think about all of the things you have accomplished.
1997...Jumping from 11,000 feet
By doing a reverse bucket list, you can take pride in the life you have lived already.
You can reflect on your opportunities with a spirit of gratitude.
You may inspire others to pursue similar dreams, and as a result, you may become a mentor because you have accomplished these things.
In recognizing what we have accomplished, we can acknowledge the drive and the passion and the skills we already have to continue on that path...to set bigger goals...to chase bigger dreams.
What's on your reverse bucket list? What makes you proud? Please share and inspire us all.