My Life List: Guided Journal – By Bill Starr
MyLifeList.org is a fantastic goal achievement website that uses a solid planning model and the power of social networking to help its members accomplish their goals and inspire one another. It’s easy to setup a free account and create your “life list” – which is a list of all of the things you’d like to achieve in your life. The website then allows users to interact with one another so that if, let’s say, you want to climb Mt. Everest, you can get advice and guidance from another member who’s already done that.
The My Life List: Guided Journal provides a valuable, tangible tool that leverages the website’s trademark process of “Create. Act. Celebrate”. The idea behind this process is to help you identify goals you are passionate about, coach you through a process to achieving the goals and then celebrate your achievements.
The journal provides spaces to work on goals in the following categories:
- Travel & Leisure
- Personal Growth & Community
- Career & Finance
- Lifestyle & Culture
- Sports & Adventure
It begins with 15 tips to help users get the most from the journal. And then lists out the top 90 goals
The journal has plenty of space to capture your thoughts and in my mind it strikes the perfect balance between space and structure. It’s not quite a free-form journal and yet it doesn’t feel like you are simply working from a check-list.
The journal also has a healthy service of powerful quotes to help inspire and motivate the user. And I find that it’s the perfect size to be able to carry around in your bag so that you can make notes and plans whenever and wherever inspiration strikes you.
If you are one of those people who loves workbooks and planning exercises, then you are going to love the My Life List: Guided Journal.