Normally, I don't get hooked on these bucket list type lists of 100 books to read before you die or 100 places to visit, 100 movie lists, etc. but then I cam across the Day Zero Project.
This is a list of 101 things you want to accomplish in 1001 days, nearly 3 years. The idea is to actually accomplish this list. You are given a timeframe more concrete than simply "before you die." I admit, I love lists and checking things off of them. More than that, however, I liked making this list because it helped me to think about some important goals––along with other unimportant ones––that I do want to accomplish in the next three years.
So, from time to time, I will be coming on the blog to tell you all about how I'm doing on accomplishing things on my list and how somethings will fall by the wayside and perhaps be replaced by other things.
What are some things you want to accomplish in the next three years? Would you benefit from doing a Day Zero list?