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I never knew it but there is a whole concept of making "Life Lists". There is even a book on it: All this life list obsession reminded me of an old episode of Ira Glass's called in which a five year old "Zora had recurring dreams in which she was a 6'5" warrior queen who could fly and shoot lightning from her hands. She made a list of all the skills she would need to master if she wanted to actually become the superhero she dreamed of being. Sample items: martial arts, evasive driving and bomb diffusion. She actually checked off most things on the list. . . and then had a run-in with the CIA. " She the list ruled her life and she accomplished virtually everything on it until she failed to get the job of her dreams, and then it called everything in to question. All this leaves me feeling a little ambivalent. The goal setter in me loves the life list idea and of course the I am just about to cross off a big one with my upcoming year long trip around the world. On the other hand it feels a little bit like setting goals to "relax and take life as it comes" is a bit of a contradiction in terms. I had one friend who set goals about how many hours of sleep he'd get. I really truly believe that what gets measured gets managed, but sleep goals always stuck me as funny. Tell me what you think! To make life lists or not? If you are in the list camp what do you want to do before you die?


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