The Billion Dollar Bucket List

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Today, I want to share a powerful tool we use in our coaching practice called the "Billion Dollar Bucket List." I encourage everyone to give this a try—it's a real game-changer!

What's the Billion Dollar Bucket List?

Often, we struggle to answer the question, "What do you want out of your life?" This struggle usually stems from self-imposed limits on our resources like time and money. Here’s where the Billion Dollar Bucket List comes in. Imagine you have a billion dollars to spend or invest however you choose. What would you do with it? This question helps remove the common hurdles of not having enough money or time, allowing us to dream without constraints.

Why It Works

By pretending you have unlimited resources, you free your mind to explore possibilities that were previously considered out of reach. The main excuses "I don’t have the money" or "I don’t have the time" no longer apply. This mindset shift encourages you to focus on designing your life, not just making a living.

How to Use It

To make the most of this tool, spend about 30 to 60 minutes working through a dedicated worksheet. Start from the first question and work your way to the end, letting your imagination guide you. This isn’t just about pinpointing a destination; it's about setting a direction for your life and finding your path.

Creating Your Zone of Clarity

Think of driving through a rural area at night without streetlights. Your headlights illuminate the road for a couple of hundred yards — that's your zone of clarity. As long as you keep moving, that zone of clarity allows you to continue your journey. Similarly, identifying your direction helps establish your next steps and keeps you moving toward living your dream.

Beyond the Exercise

Taking the time to work on your Billion Dollar Bucket List means you can no longer say, "I don’t know what I want" or "I don’t know my purpose." Deep down, most of us know what we're meant to do and why we're here. However, the fear of the journey’s length and the growth required can make us hesitant. Don't let this fear stop you. It's better to strive toward realizing your potential than to remain inactive, using uncertainty as a shield.

Remember, we often overestimate what we can achieve in a year and underestimate what we can accomplish in five to ten years. This tool is designed to help you think in larger spans of time, not just in immediate terms.

The Billion Dollar Bucket List isn't just a fun exercise; it's a transformative tool that can help you uncover your true desires and begin crafting the life you’ve always dreamed of.



Following a very simple three-step process, break in, break down, break through, Jordan helps his clients design and live their best lives while maintaining a profitable business.


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