After spending over a decade achieving huge goals of his own, Ben turned to helping others accomplish their dreams. He has worked with some of the foremost goal experts in the world and has developed a simple framework for achieving goals that leads to action, accountability, and gratitude. All the concepts are backed in research and science leading to better outcomes.
A good Bucket List doesn’t start and end with adventure. A full life is comprised of experiences that go beyond just adventure. It is important to think about giving goals, business goals, relationship goals, and more. That is why The Bucket List Journal segments life into 10 categories so that your list is as well-rounded as you are.
Research says 3 out of 4 people will have the same regret on their deathbed: “I didn’t live for me.” To avoid this fate, it is vital to stop and think about what brings you joy and energy so that you don’t get caught up living for others. This Journal helps you reframe what really matters in all 10 categories of your life to ensure your bucket list reflects goals from each category. A list should be much more than adventure and travel. Take a look at the 10 Categories of Life.
Our personal goals often take the back-burner in our busy lives. They are the first things to fall through the cracks of a packed schedule. When we reach our final days, we regret the things we didn’t do, not the things we did. The Journal helps you build systems of accountability so your goals don’t fall through the cracks. Writing and sharing your goals are proven ways to increase accountability as well as create rewards and deadlines. Take a look at the Science of Goals to learn more.
Stop dreaming and start doing. We often assume we first need inspiration before we can strive to achieve our goals. But research shows that this isn’t quite true. We must create inspiration through action. The Journal contains a proven formula for breaking down goals into manageable steps and generating positive momentum. You are the architect of your own inspiration, through action.