I’m very bad at remembering things and ever since I’ve realized that I have always tried to write my goals, ideas, to-do, and almost everything I think onto paper or on the notes app on my laptop/phone. This habit actually helped me get my diploma after failing miserably for once. You might ask how did writing stuff down might help someone get their diploma – well the answer is quite simple, writing down clears your vision and shows you what you really want to achieve.
I got the idea of this Impossible List from Thomas Frank – who got his Idea of this list from Joel Runyon, who created the world’s first impossible list and defined the difference between it and a regular old check list. In short, Impossible List makes actionable goals which inspires you to make more goals and that cycle goes on forever.
Write blogs regularly, study for the IELTS exam so I can move to Canada, Learning Compositing.
(I basically want to travel everywhere in the world and spend more than a week each)
I understand this is a lot to do in a single human life, and you might be thinking this guy is a nut but I just want a regret-free life that is all. To answer furthermore, I have an awesome quote for you: