You can not Live Your List until you take a big leap! On this episode of The Live Your List Show your hosts Jerrod and Ryan interview Danny Dover of lifelisted.com, share with you things everyone should know about their life, and some killer tips on how to complete your bucket list.
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Danny Dover – lifelisted.com
Life Listed is a blog that shares guides and tricks on how to complete a list of things you want to do in your life well before your eventual deadline. Life Listed does this by chronicling Danny Dover’s Life List adventure and sharing what he has learned along the way. In 2010, Danny made the purpose of his life to finish his 150+ life list before his deadline of May 25th 2017. His numerous posts provide tips, tricks and advice on how others, you included, can complete their bucket lists well before they eventually kick the bucket.
Four Ways to Live Your List
1. Start small. You will never accomplish anything big in life until you start something small. Prioritize your list to find out which items you could accomplish first and without much money. Starting small helps you build the momentum to be intentional.
2. Be a wow person. A wow person is a big dreamer who escapes the normal tendencies to “how” our ideas, goals, and ambitions. Temporarily forget about the money and problems that might be in the way, and dream big.
3. Surround yourself with wow people. You are the average of the five people you spend the most time around. Intentionally put yourself around people who are willing to challenge you to dream big.
4. Be disciplined with money. Money is an issue when you try to Live Your List. However, you must be intentional to be disciplined with your money. Instead of focusing on making extra money, find ways to prioritize your spending.
Nick Collison Picks of the Day
1. Distractify.com – 41 Secret Places Most People Don’t Know About
(All images and sources are from distracify.com)
Aescher hotel is so high up on the Appenzellerland mountains that you have to hike or get a cable car to reach it. Amenities are intentionally basic but the food is hearty and the nearby trails lead to exhilarating adventures.
Haiku Stairs HI
Known as the Stairway to Heaven, this fairly unknown hiking trail can be found on the island of O’ahu. The trail is steep and ends at a peak 2,800 feet above the sea, which offers amazing views of the island.
Oasis in the Peruvian Desert
Huacachina is a tiny village of just over 100 people built around a lush oasis in an otherwise barren desert. For a few bucks, you can rent sandboarding equipment and try one of the locals’ favorite thrills.
Visit Downtown Guthrie
Guthrie, OK is the former state capitol, and is full of small-town charm. It is a great destination for getting off of the beaten path.
Prison Rodeo McAlester
Nothing quite like the prison rodeo in McAlester, OK. Convicts get a chance to compete against each other in a multitude of events, including “Money the Hard Way,” where participants play poker while a bull is loose in the arena.
OKC Bombing Memorial
One of the most touching memorials in the world, the OKC Bombing Memorial is a must-see when visiting Oklahoma.
Oral Roberts Hands
At the entrance of Oral Roberts University stands a mammoth statue of his praying hands. It is a unique gesture to this unique campus.
Cowboy Hall of Fame
Oklahoma has had its fair share of cowboys. This museum recognizes the true spirit of Oklahoma’s second settlers.
One of the more unusual things on our Oklahoma Bucket List is the Heavener Runestone. The carvings are centuries old and pre-date all other Oklahoma landmarks.
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