What Do You Want To Do Before You Die?

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I just read the article on Tim Ferriss‘ blog Playing B-Ball with Obama: 6 Steps to Crossing Anything Off Your Bucket List and learned about the guys over at The Buried Life.

Watch this quick:

I’ve gotta admit, this is awesome. These guys are doing something big and are doing something great for the world. I admire people who do this kind of stuff and love seeing people like these guys experience success.

They are all about accomplishing the big things on your bucket list. I’m a huge fan of this because I have a lot of things on my list that I will accomplish.

One of the biggest things on my bucket list is to positively impact the lives of over 1 million people. Crazy, right?

 Ninety-nine percent of people believe they can’t do great things, so they aim for mediocrity.

I say f*** mediocrity. I’m only on this planet for a limited time and I’m going to do big things.

While I still have a lot of work to do to make a significant change, I’m knocking things off my list. This year I’ve written a book, improved my golf game, donated to great causes and I’m working with a company that’s going to make a huge difference in the lives of teens with Tollie International.

I plan on doing a lot more of these things and plan on doing things like help build a house, travel the world and mentor a young entrepreneur.

what do you want to do before you die

The guys at The Buried Life have a book available that you can buy. It’s only $11 and you can buy it on Amazon.

These guys are absolutely hilarious as well. Check out some of the funny videos they’ve created to promote the book below:

 

 

 

 

Duncan vs Mark Zuckerberg

Ben Finally Asks Out Megan Fox

Now I’ve gotta ask you….

What do YOU want to do before you die?

 

About Chris Hughes Chris loves learning, going on adventures, sharing his life and making people happy. His personal mission is to positively impact the lives of over a million people in his life. Chris on Google+

  • Sarah Bates April 7, 2012, 4:21 pm

    Glad to see someone else inspired by that great blog! I made a point of editing my bucket list after reading it, as I realised I had too many mediocre items on it :)

  • Chris Hughes April 8, 2012, 2:25 am

    I did too! It definitely is an inspiration to do more and better things. What did you add to your list, Sarah? 

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