Today is my birthday and to celebrate I decided to play with a different type of gratitude exercise today- a Reverse Bucket List. You may have heard of a bucket list. This is a list of all the things you want to do or see before your die. Well, instead of focusing on what you have notdone, the reverse bucket list focuses on what you have already accomplished! It’s a really fun way to be grateful for all that you have experienced in your life.
A reverse bucket list is great as a standalone exercise in gratefulness, but it can also be the first step to accomplish new goals! We can use past successes to help us achieve new ones. I have created a powerful 5 step exercise that can help you not only increase gratefulness, but also help you to achieve even the most stubborn of goals.
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In the meantime, checkout this article from Shine on how to create a reverse bucket list, the first step in my 5 step process.