Dream It. List It. Do It!: The 43things.com Guide to Creating Your Own Life List

Dream It List It Do It The things com Guide to Creating Your Own Life List Dream It List It Do It is the ultimate do it yourself guide to self improvement Drawing from the true stories and experiences of the million registered users of things a Webby Award winning soc

  • Title: Dream It. List It. Do It!: The 43things.com Guide to Creating Your Own Life List
  • Author: Lia Steakley
  • ISBN: 9780761151265
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dream It List It Do It is the ultimate do it yourself guide to self improvement Drawing from the true stories and experiences of the 1.5 million registered users of 43things, a Webby Award winning social networking site, Dream It List It Do It works on the proven principle that creating a life list, sharing your progress, and checking things off as done give Dream It List It Do It is the ultimate do it yourself guide to self improvement Drawing from the true stories and experiences of the 1.5 million registered users of 43things, a Webby Award winning social networking site, Dream It List It Do It works on the proven principle that creating a life list, sharing your progress, and checking things off as done gives a person momentum toward a bigger and bolder life Dream It List It Do It offers over 5,000 life changing ideas drawn from real people and organized in 43 categories like Travel More, Create, Do Something Daring, Ignite Change, Expand My Education, Save the Earth, Love My Job, Finish What I Start, Be Healthier, Fix My Finances, Live in the Moment Fundamental to the whole enterprise are the book s Ten Rules for Creating and Conquering a Life List, including 4 Maintain Between 20 and 43 Goals, 7 Make Your List Public, and 9 Document Progress whether it s playing the piano, learning how to do a handstand, cooking a perfect paella or something much central to one s life, like Be spontaneous just putting a desired goal on your list is like shouting Yes, I can

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    1. What a great book to have right at the end of a project of things I've never done, to refresh my list with hundreds more things to try in this lifetime. I think I will have this book the rest of my life, and can really imagine running through the sprinklers when I am 80 and checking that off. I flipped through every page, read every item and circled hundreds out of the thousands to build my new life list. I am sure as I knock more off, more will get circled, but this serves as a great foundation [...]

    2. حلو للي يدور على افكار في اي مجال، مثال افكار في الحفاظ على الارض ، تكوين عائله، السفر والتمقل، وحتى الرقص^^ ، في ٤٣ موضوع مختلف يسرد كثيرمن الافكار

    3. This book was kinda motivational. I love making lists but I don't make them for life goals because the I never check things off that list. When I was in my teens I had life goals and I've achieved the majority of them with some exceptions. Those were the things I renegotiated with myself or decided was no longer a goal. But according to the 43things folks, I can work towards new goals and they have resources to help me think things through and develop/use tools to help me achieve my goals. I hav [...]

    4. I'm glad to see that other people have rated it highly.I have to say that, having been on 43Things for 3 1/2 years, I don't feel that this book really captures what's wonderful about the site. That's the communication back and forth between participants as we work toward our goals and support each other. I hope the book brings people to the site. It's a great place to set your priorities and to achieve your goals.

    5. Comprehensive and brilliantly compiled bucket list of life dreams goals and passion. Minus one star as the breadth is too wide to be accomplished within a single life-time. Some goals are contradictory as well. For instance, "get divorced" vs "stay happily married" and "establish boundaries" vs "practice forgiveness"

    6. This book was a compilation from a website where people were encouraged to list their dreams. The community could then offer tips and advice for the original poster to help them achieve their goal. Other people could then use that person's success as inspiration to complete their own dreams. And so on. At least, I think that was the purpose of the site. Since this book was published, the website was taken down.This is the problem with creating books that tie into a website. People's priorities c [...]

    7. Whenever my SO buys me a gift without being prompted, I always treasure it because of the thought and intention behind it. He never gives a gift without intention. This little book was given to me in my stocking this Christmas and it's basically just a chubby book of lists (pulled from the website 43things) to inspire you to live and do wonderful things.Lists are very helpful. And addictive. I loved this little book not only because of the loving thought behind it, but because it's also damn use [...]

    8. A fun little book filled with checklists and inspirational quotes, and the "reading" is definitely quick and light-hearted. I recommend opening to a random page and seeing how many items you can check off (that is, how many you have already done in your life). I think there are some items provided just for levity - not everyone can be the first female president or win a Grammy, for example - but overall, the book was filled with more ups than downs. It would make a great gift for grads or a nice [...]

    9. There is one piece of valuable information in the entire book, and it comes at the very beginning. The book claims that the first factor in successful goal completion is to make your goals public. Read that, then ask yourself where you stand on this. If you realize that self-directed action, not public goal lists, is the crucial factor, you don't need the rest of the book; if you agree with with authors, the rest of the book won't be enough for you.

    10. I wouldn't say that I necessarily enjoy making lists but it is definitely something that I found myself doing a lot of anyway so I decided to pick up this book to give myself a little more structure. I liked it for what it was. It wasn't as organized I thought it would be but that's okay it made it's point and for all those list making geeks out there I'd recommend you take a look at this book.

    11. I am a huge fan of (and, off and on, an active participant in) the goal-setting Web site on which this book is based. But the book itself disappointed me. I suppose it might make a decent introduction for someone completely unfamiliar with the site or its concept. Otherwise, I'd rather hang out at the site and interact with other participants.

    12. Not at all what I was expecting.Instead of advice on how to organize your stuff/wants/needs/dreams it gives list after list of ides - every thing from the ordinary (go to the library) to the criminal (pour food dye in a public pool) to the outright impossible (develop Wolverine powers).No advice on how to do any of it, and no advice on how to follow your own dreams.

    13. This is the book that we wrote using the content on 43things. We just got the advance copies and am looking through it and loving it. It comes out on Christmas Day, for late gifting apparently.

    14. This book is full of good ideas and things to do, but as is said in a book I can't remember the name of, as the main character shows his friend his manuscript "Zis eez a leest."

    15. Interesting premise. Some things have already been done, some are waiting to be done. It gives you some good ideas on what you might want to accomplish in you life.

    16. Fun to read and helpful if you want to make your life list. Just grab a pencil and make a mark on whatever you find interesting and applicable!

    17. The book will help your life to be more meanigful! Some of the goals are funny that I can imagine how I look like! I love this. I recommend this to humanity!

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