On this episode, Jennifer chats with Ryan Eller, creator of the #LiveYourList project and co-host of The Live Your List Show. Ryan and Jennifer talk about changing the paradigm in how people view “the bucket list”. (The concept, not the movie.)
What it means to Live your List.
Why we should make bucket lists…
… even if (especially if?) we will never accomplish everything on them.
… even if we already have an idea in our heads of what we want to accomplish.
How a bucket list can take us beyond accomplishing things for the sake of crossing them off a list and into finding our purpose in life.
“Even if I’m accomplishing my goals, why am I here if I’m not impacting other people?”
“Whatever your world is – a kindergarten class, your accounting firm – you have a chance to change it.”
Where to Start if you don’t yet have a list, or aren’t yet “living your list”.
– Write down your list. If you don’t, you have “bucket thoughts”, not a list. It’s hard to live your list without a list
– Have a “wow” conversation before you have a “how” conversation
– Find something you can start right now. Even the smallest accomplishment can give you the motivation and confidence you need to take on the world
What it means to “find your verb”. What is the difference between “purpose”, “passion”, “career”, “calling” and other similar buzzwords?
Be sure to check out these other resources!
The Live your List Project and Show (also available on iTunes, Stitcher, etc)
Paradigm Shift, Ryan’s team-building and leadership training business