Thursday, December 14, 2006

What Should I Do?

It's easy to see something and say, "I would like to do that . . . one day," but it's another thing to actually do it. Some people think a list of goals is one way to get things done. Michael Green who writes Triplux reminds us that a realistic deadline is one way to beat procrastination and complete the list -- or at least put a dent in it.

Michael has decided to complete 101 things in
1001 days. Quite ambitious. Triplux has hints for setting goals and writing the list. He also has links to other sites that are based on lists, and he is open to other list sites sharing their addresses. I was led to this site by Fifty Things To Do Before I'm 50. This blog by Cathy was made to keep her list and log her progress. She has less than two years, and I think she will make it.

Ellen has been talking about Life Lists on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. She shares her Life List and invites us to share ours.

Here's an idea: Make a New Year's Resolution to make a goal list. 101 or 50 too long? What about ten things to do this month, or maybe this winter? It's your list, make it realistic and creative and ambitious and fun!

11 days before Christmas

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