Jason wrote out his bucket list as homework for a coaching assignment. I thought it was such a thoughtful way to start a relationship with a new coach! I asked him to share it with me and he did. I didn't know what to expect when I read it...but I loved it! I giggled, I dreamed, I laughed, I cried, and I prayed for him. Thinking about the top 101 things you want to accomplish in your life is really fun. If you aren't dreaming about these things, you need to be and make sure you are sharing them with someone who loves you.
I didn't plan on sharing mine, but I decided I would share to encourage you to write yours out, dream the dream, put it on paper, give it to your person. Here are mine and they are in no particular order! I did delete a few that are goals of mine but are about other people in my life.
One of my new favorite mentors, Craig Ballantyne reminds us that "Action beats anxiety." If you really think about the situations that brought you into an anxious state and got real with yourself about how to resolve it, it's usually action in some way. If action or money fixes it, it's not really a problem.
There is a guarantee that you will not get where you want to be in life if you don't have a clear path to where that is. Map it out friends. Write it down. Do the work. Show up for yourself.