Ever hear of an Impossible List?
The Impossible List is an ever-evolving list of experiences that build upon each other and inspire you to take action in life; to create new experiences.
It’s different from a bucket list because when you complete an Impossible List goal, you replace it with a new one.
Let’s say you have a goal to run a mile for 7 days…
You complete that goal, and replace it with a goal to run for 31 days in a row, and so on.
To start, choose a few life categories ie. Health, Fitness, Finance, Personal.
Under each category, list one thing that you’d like to do or accomplish one day – go as big as you want.
Now you have an Impossible List!
Take action and refer back to this list on a weekly basis, adjusting it as needed.
Bonus miles: use your Impossible List to create goals for your Life Map.
You can find my Impossible List here – which is, of course, ever-evolving.
I got the idea of creating my own Impossible List from Thomas Frank, who got his idea from Joel Runyon, who created the world’s first impossible list and defined the difference between it & a regular bucket list.
If the idea of an Impossible List inspires you, I encourage you to make your own…
It has been super powerful for me and I’m just getting started!
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