Do you wish you could tackle all those things you’d like to do “someday”? I just completed 101 things in 1001 days, and, aside from having a blast and getting things done, I also changed my life by becoming more adventurous, confident, and social. I’ve seen many people make a list and then ignore it within two or three months. Here are nine tips for making and completing your own list of 101 things in 1001 days and changing your life in the process.
1. Identify your weaknesses and fears, and choose tasks to help you confront them
Let’s face it: we all have some weaknesses. Make a list of traits that you want to work on improving, and think of some concrete steps you can take. For example, I completed a task to not complain for a week. It was a bad habit I had fallen into. I read advice on how to manage it, and it took me several extra days of practice and starting over before I found my self-awareness increasing to the point where I could stop myself before the complaint slipped out.