I don't know about you but I love the movie with Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicolson titled The Bucket List. The term you're familiar with I'm sure. A list of activities, experiences or destinations you want to try or visit yourself before you kick the bucket. It's a great concept but unfortunately it's not resonating with enough of us early enough. Maybe you think it's something to do when you retire, which could be 15-25 years away - feels like a lifetime.
Maybe you have different priorities right now - and please note here that I did not say these priorities are wrong, just different - in that either you need to really focus on your career or work for better overall financial health, you're still raising your kids or have other health or family issues to manage.
What I do know is that we may NOT have a lifetime. We are not even certain if we even have 10 years or tomorrow. We never know what's going to happen when so why create a bucket list for something you'll do some time in the future?
Join me as I share my thoughts today on why you shouldn't wait any longer and why even creating your bucket list is totally lame.