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My “101 Lifetime Goals” List (And Why You Should Have One, Too)

When you have a long list of goals you’d like to achieve, you have more to strive for, and more opportunities to check those goals off your list. And the rush you feel every time you check one of those goals off the list will inspire you to accomplish even more of them.

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If you are bored with life, if you don’t get up every morning with a burning desire to do things – you don’t have enough goals. –Lou Holtz

Personal Goals: My “101 Lifetime Goals” list (and why you should have one, too)

Experts on the science of success know that the brain is a goal-seeking organism.  Whatever personal goals you give to your subconscious mind, it will work night and day to achieve them.

However, one goal isn’t good enough. Some goals take longer to achieve than others – and if you spend years working toward only one objective, you’re likely to get discouraged when it doesn’t happen right away.

But when you have a long list of goals you’d like to achieve, you have more to strive for, and more opportunities to check those goals off your list. And the rush you feel every time you check one of those goals off the list will inspire you to accomplish even more of them.

As my friend Brian Tracy says, SMART goals are essential to motivating yourself and others to achieve success. I absolutely agree with him and – as many of you can attest – I encourage everyone to start with a list!

What goals do YOU want to achieve in your lifetime?

Make a list of 101 goals you’d like to achieve in your life. Be as specific as possible. Include details such as when they will happen, where they will happen, how much you’ll make, what model you’ll buy, what size it will be, and so on.

Keep your goals somewhere you can review them often. You might want to put them on a deck of 3”x5” cards you shuffle through every morning, on a poster or piece of paper you hang on the wall beside your computer, or in a book you read each night before you fall asleep. By keeping them top of mind, you’ll be more likely to make them a reality.

And every time you achieve one of your goals, check it off the list and celebrate what you’ve managed to accomplish in your life!

Here’s my list – and examples of the goals I’ve achieved so far are in bold font.

For inspiration, check out the list of goals that I committed to achieving before I die:

Travel
I will travel to the following places:

  1. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  2. Rome, Italy
  3. Paris, France
  4. London, England
  5. New Zealand
  6. India
  7. Bali
  8. Tahiti
  9. Nepal
  10. Tibet
  11. Turkey
  12. Africa (Morocco and Cameroon so far)
  13. Israel
  14. Russia
  15. Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia
  16. Vacation on a Greek Isle

(I have now traveled to more than 50 countries, and conducted seminars or given speeches in 47 of them.)

I will visit and see the following sights:

  1. Disneyworld
  2. Epcott Center
  3. The Eiffel Tower
  4. The Vatican
  5. The Great Wall of China
  6. The Taj Mahal
  7. The Great Pyramids
  8. Machu Pichu
  9. The Terracotta Soldiers of Xian, China

Adventure
I will:

  1. Go fishing in the Northwest Territories
  2. Climb on a glacier in Alaska
  3. Go on a safari in Africa
  4. Become a certified scuba diver
  5. Snorkel in Hawaii
  6. Learn to sail
  7. Skydive
  8. Ride in a hot air balloon
  9. Go on a river-rafting trip
  10. Go kayaking
  11. Attend Vic Braden’s tennis camp (Deleted due to ruptured disc)
  12. Fly in a glider
  13. Dive in a submarine
  14. Learn to windsurf
  15. Learn to ski
  16. Ski black diamond level (Deleted due to ruptured disc)
  17. Ski Vail, Aspen, Beaver Creek, Sun Valley & Jackson Hole
  18. Ski in Europe (Deleted due to ruptured disc)
  19. Explore all 5 of Hawaii’s islands
  20. Swim with the dolphins
  21. Go to the Super Bowl
  22. Go to the Rose Bowl
  23. Go to the Final Four College Basketball Championships
  24. Go to the Olympics
  25. Take one of my sons to the Olympics

Personal Achievements

  1. Appear on the Phil Donahue Show (deleted because it is no longer airing, but I have appeared on the Larry King Show, Fox and Friends, The Today Show and Good Morning America, as well as more than 100 other television shows and more than 700 radio shows)
  2. Appear on the Oprah Winfrey Show (I also appeared on Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday this past year.)
  3. Write a best selling book (61 best-sellers so far)
  4. Make one million dollars in one year ($20 million best year so far, plus $20 million one year when we sold one of my companies)
  5. Golf 18 holes under 90 (Deleted due to ruptured disc)
  6. Run a 10k race
  7. Run 14 miles in less than 3 hours
  8. Meet a U.S. president while he/she is still in office (I had lunch at the White House but President Bush was traveling in Texas; I also met Bill Clinton but after he left office.)
  9. Build or buy my dream house
  10. Own a vacation home in Hawaii
  11. Own my own pool table
  12. Assemble a good art collection
  13. Own a Mercedes or Lexus (I have owned 6 Lexus cars so far)
  14. Speak in 30 or more countries (47 so far)
  15. Give a university commencement address (3 so far)
  16. Attend my 50th Harvard reunion in 2016
  17. Publish 100 books (225 so far)
  18. Speak at the Million Dollar Roundtable
  19. Produce a TV infomercial
  20. Write a children’s book
  21. Complete NLP training
  22. Produce a PBS program
  23. See my sons Christopher, Oran and Kyle graduate college (No longer important – they took alternative education paths, although Christopher, now age 26, was just accepted into the degree program at the Berklee College of Music in Boston)
  24. Have $3,000,000 net worth when I retire (I have much more than that already)
  25. Sell $20,000 worth of books and tapes at a live event in one day (I have sold $160,000 in one day)
  26. Have 1,000,000 people graduate from the GOALS Program (Over 600,000 so far)
  27. Have 500,000 people graduate from the STAR Program
  28. Sell 1,000,000,000 books (500 million so far)
  29. Sell 1,000,000 audio albums
  30. Learn to speak Spanish fluently
  31. Appear in a movie (The Secret, 2006; The Opus, 2009; The Tapping Solution, 2009; Beyond Belief, 2009; The Truth, 2010; The Gift, 2010; The Keeper of the Keys, 2012).
  32. Learn to paint with oils
  33. Publish a poem
  34. Master 5 magic tricks
  35. Learn to sing and play 10 popular songs on the guitar
  36. Give a speech or conduct a seminar in all 50 states
  37. Appear on the cover of a magazine (over 20 so far)
  38. Get paid $10,000 for a single talk ($70,000 highest fee to date for a single talk)
  39. Keynote an NSA conference
  40. Win over a $1000 in a casino ($3000 at the New Orleans Hilton Casino)
  41. Give a talk to an audience of 10,000 people (12,000 people the largest so far)
  42. See one of my books piled high in the window of a bookstore
  43. Learn how to take world-class photographs (I just bought a Canon Mark III D5 Camera.)
  44. Type 50 words a minute
  45. Weigh 175 pounds (I’ve lost as much as 35 pounds and gotten down to as low as 185)
  46. Bench press 200 pounds
  47. Run a mile under 6 minutes (Deleted due to ruptured disc)
  48. Do a fire-walk
  49. Have a personal gym in my home
  50. Conduct a training for a professional athletic team
  51. Write a book for couples with my wife
  52. Write a book for teenagers
  53. Write a children’s book
  54. Have a syndicated newspaper column
  55. Take more guitar lessons
  56. Have an incredible 50th birthday party
  57. Convene Two Beautiful People Conferences (TLC)
  58. Meet the Following People:
    Garth Brooks
    Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton
    Jimmy Carter
    The Dalai Lama
    Arnold Schwarzenegger
    George Lucas
    Kenny Rogers
  59. Attend the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee

In 2006, I added the following goals to my list:

  1. Attend the National Championship College Football Game
  2. Attend the Country Music Awards
  3. Take the Landmark Forum Training
  4. Create a dynamic coaching and training community with 500 or more members
  5. Sell one billion books by the year 2020 (500 million so far)
  6. Visit Buenos Aires, Argentina
  7. Attend the Oscar Awards ceremony
  8. Attend the Radio Music Awards in Los Vegas, Nevada
  9. Retire with a $30 million net worth
  10. Live to be 100+ years old
  11. Receive the CPAE designation from the National Speakers Association **
  12. Create a curriculum guide for a college course based on The Success Principles
  13. Create a high school curriculum guide based on The Success Principles
  14. Create a Curriculum Guide for teachers based on the Chicken Soup for the Soul stories
  15. Visit Japan
  16. Visit the Achawara tribe and work with a shaman in the rainforest with Lynn Twist
  17. Learn to play “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” by Bach on the piano
  18. Take a formal training in EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) (I’ve even written a book on it.)
  19. Develop a leadership training
  20. Go to Dubai
  21. Obtain a $1,000,000 advance for a book (The 30-Day Sobriety Solution)

I wrote this list back in 1989 at the age of 45 – and I’m proud to say that I’ve crossed more than a few goals off the list – 80 to be exact!

My 2019 New Year Goals Update: 

2018 has had many successes. These are goals I’ve set for 2019 that are very important to me, my business, and my family. Here’s what I will be focusing on in 2019:

My Financial goals for 2019 are:

  • To increase the Canfield Training Group gross income $5 million
  • To double my personal income
  • To earn $600,000 in personal speaking fees
  • To enroll 1000 people into our online Train the Trainer program
  • To enroll 50 people into our 2020 Train the Trainer program
  • To have a minimum of 200 people in our Caribbean Cruise in March

My Professional Goals for 2019 are:

  • To complete and publish the following 6 books Living the Success Principles, The Success Principles Workbook with Brandon Hall, The Success Principles for Women, The Power of Wow with Raymond Aaron, Unstuck book with Lyse Janelle, The Big, Bad Bully (a children’s book) with Miriam Laundry
  • To complete and publish to Tree of Life Meditation CDs with Deirdre Hade
  • To complete the strategic planning for a major podcast membership program
  • To complete and implement a membership and support program for our Canfield Train the Trainer graduates
  • To complete a thorough de-cluttering of my office
  • To hire a new part-time personal assistant for myself
  • To create a new more efficient system for handling my emails
  • To be complete 48 interviews or podcasts where others interview me—and
  • To develop a TEDx talk on the topic of Rejection is a Myth

My 2019 Relationship goals are:

  • To have a date night with my wife Inga every week that I am home and not on the road.
  • To have 100 or more Free days at home or on vacation with my wife
  • To spend a minimum of two weeks with my grandson Ozzie, who lives in Brooklyn, NY

My Health and Fitness Goals for 2019 are:       

  • To weigh 195 pounds or less
  • To work out using High-Intensity Interval Training and weightlifting for at least 30 minutes a day a minimum of 3 days a week.
  • To take two 20-minute walks a day
  • To drink two and a half liters of water a day
  • To get a minimum of 26 massages

My Fun and Recreation goals for 2019 are:

  • To take a 30-day vacation in Hawaii with my wife
  • To take a one-week vacation with my wife and six friends in a villa on the beach in the Bahamas

My Personal goals for 2019 are:

  • To read books on personal, spiritual or professional development for a minimum of 30 minutes a day.
  • To watch two TED or TEDx talks every week.
  • To read 36 or more books
  • To complete the new landscaping around the swimming pool area of the property

My Contribution Goals for 2019 are:

  • To give 4 free talks for the local community educational and nonprofit organizations in Santa Barbara
  • To tithe 10% of my after-tax income to nonprofit organizations including The Unstoppable Foundation, Child Abuse Learning and Mediation, The Bodhi Path Meditation Center, The Pachamama Alliance, UNICEF Children’s Fund, Doctors Without Borders, and Direct Relief.     
  • To provide one free online Train the Trainer program to someone in a third world country for every one we sell.

Once you’ve completed your list, please share some of your own personal development goals and professional goals in the comments below.

I’d love to read them!

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Reinhard
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Reinhard

Thanks a lot Jack, for yet another inspiring article. Before I start on my list, I just wanted to comment on your goal 82: I could show you how to paint with oils, like the old Flemish Masters did it.. takes a lot of patience though 🙂

Chris Stout (Dr Chris Stout)
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Hey Jack, Congrats on your list! Here’s the one that I’m working on: http://www.slideshare.net/drchrisstout1/the-list-27414319 The Chicago Trib and other media have loved it. Hope you may find it of use as well.

Nerdy Creator
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Great list, Jack. I heard you talk about your 101 goals list in audio but never see it before. I like how you organized your list in such an orderly manner. Time to revise my 101 goals list!
I would have to include that one of the person I want to meet is you! You inspired me to write my book, Fearless Passion. 🙂

Ralf Martini
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Dear Jack, thank you very much for your inspiring blog posts! I enjoy every one of them.
Regarding your list: In my opinion, goal #93 needs to be refined => Which
photographs do you consider as world-class? I am a photographer and
would be more than happy to help you to accomplish you goal, if you
consider my photos as world-class 🙂 Just visit my website to review my
portfolio: http://www.ralfmartini.com
You have helped me a lot on my way to success. And I’d love to return the favor one day.

Inga Navickaitė
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Inga Navickaitė

Amazing and
inspiring.. Especially when you see how
many goals from the list have been
achieved. I miss one goal in your list –
visit Eastern Europe and particular Lithuania – small, emerging country with 3
mio inhabitants, and very beautiful. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYuP3VDSrQk

Sam Davis
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Sam Davis

Jack I begin to follow your principles about 9 years ago and I have accomplished many of my goals and have had much success I am continuing to add and change. It makes a happier life. Thank you for sharing. Sam Davis

Hideyuki Matsumoto
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Hideyuki Matsumoto

Thank you Jack. I’ve made my life time 101 goals. I modeled for your list which inspired me a lot.
One of the goals to check it off soon is :
to meet you ,Jack.
I’ll be at the event in Japan for 2 days. With 101 goals ready, I think I get most out of 2days seminars in Japan.
Thanks and see you soon!

Ricardo Marcelo
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Ricardo Marcelo

Hello may I know the specific details of the event in Japan? I sent email to the organizers of Jack Canfield training but it came with a response that they don’t know what training I am talking about in Japan. They asked me to send the link where read it but unlucky it is nowhere to be found. Please share me the details so I could attend in Japan as well. Thank you.

Inga Lohmann
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Inga Lohmann

Thank you so much, Jack, for constantly inspiring and motivating us! Your list is creative and impressive. I have a vacation coming up and will take a little book with me, to be filled with my 101 goals list. I already know, that one of my main goals is to attend your BTS 5 DAYS TRAINING in the US live! This is really a challenging goal for me, because there are current health and money issues to solve first. But I will make it and meet you personally in 2016! Sending my best wishes to yours and everyone elses goals… Read more »

Reinhard
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Reinhard

Reading your list again, Jack.. thanking you for the inspiration, as I’m still working on my list. Thing that worries me, is, that I have gotten a lot of things I wanted in my life, but they often come with a twist. Sort of like: you ask for a lot of extra time and end up in prison (just an exaggerated example, it didn’t really happen)… how do you make sure, you don’t get negative side effects? As for your list of “people you want to meet”, I’m surprised it doesn’t read: I want to be the person, the following… Read more »

Justgolda
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Justgolda

You know what? That’s a good question. I was thinking “what if I wish to lose 50lbs and end up losing it as a result of disease?”. I’m sure there’s an answer but I thought I’d tell you I was thinking the same thought.

Ange Rolleman
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Ange Rolleman

You’ve helped me achieve several of them Jack! One was to get published in a Chicken Soup for the Soul book, which I did two Christmases ago. Another was to attend one of your workshops, which I did in Mexico three years ago. Another was to meet you in person – and my husband and I were lucky enough to have lunch with you in Mexico and then we met you again in Toronto just last month when you signed the Chicken Soup book that I was published in. You’ve also helped me achieve several goals that had nothing to… Read more »

Trisha Jacobson
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Trisha Jacobson

“Create a high school curriculum guide based on The Success Principles” is on my list too! The pilots I’ve done in middle and high school have been so powerful! I set that as a goal at BTS in 2010, expanded it again at TTT 2012. And now, I’m moving right along!! I love your work the impact it has on human potential …. especially the impact on our youth!

Bridgette Clark Waldrop
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Bridgette Clark Waldrop

That is awesome!! Schools would benefit greatly from this.

charles purdy
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charles purdy

Hey’

Laurice
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Laurice

Hey Trisha, I am busy doing this right now as part of a bigger program and would love to chat about it if you are up for it.

Trisha Jacobson
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Trisha Jacobson

I’d love to connect. Email me directly at trisharx@aol.com

charles purdy
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charles purdy

that’s gona be wonderful, schools based on the success principles, would like to know you… yea wana be friend with you

Harrison
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Harrison

I never heard or thought of making a 101 straight goal , but after reading yours I am inspired, I have loved you so much when I saw you in the movie the secret , you are exceptional so relax. Like others said , my 5th goal is to meet you, either in Nigeria, or another country before you retire. Thanks

Gildinha Machado
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Gildinha Machado

You haven’t been to Brazil yet. We are waiting for you!

Gildinha Machado
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Gildinha Machado

Btw the next Olympic is in Rio. You can cross two of your goals in one trip.

Luc Buseyne
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Luc Buseyne

Didn’t make my list… yet. Guess most of my goals will be about traveling and diving, but the most important most probably will be: Having peace of mind.

charles purdy
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charles purdy

Hey’ I’m Charles Purdy I came across your post and I would like to know more about you and be friend with you thanks.. do kindly invite me on mc.purdy@yahoo.com

hitokirihoshi
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hitokirihoshi

though i have already list of my prayer requests and long term goals, I will follow your suggestion – make my dreams very specific. good vibes!

Wilma Dsouza
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Wilma Dsouza

Thank you thank you thank you so much Jack. You have totally inspired me to make my own list which I have been procrastinating for years now. You’re the best. Hope to complete and post my list soon.

Janelle
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Janelle

I’ve committed to becoming financially free this year so that I can live a life of giving, and enjoy life to the full with my wonderful husband.
Some of my other goals:
1. Live in South Korea
2. Visit Seattle
3. Visit Ecuador
4. Attain my ideal body measurements, the golden ratio, looking and feeling as healthy as I can!
5. Visit Paris
6. Go to Italy: Tuscany, Venice, and more.
And much, much more!

Constantin
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Constantin

Hi Janelle,
I saw that you would like to visit Ecuador one day. So I just moved some weeks ago to Cuenca en Ecuador, if you want I can get you some information and maybe play the tourguide for some places, as my wife is from Ecuador. Would love to help!

Janelle
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Janelle

Hi Constantin,
Thank you for the offer, how kind of you! My husband is from there, actually! Lol. I’ve heard Cuenca is lovely, enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!

Victor Lalli
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Victor Lalli

I may be planning a trip this June 2017. I’m a music teacher and involved with UBECI. Any contact info would be appreciated. Vic

Syna Yori Kim
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Syna Yori Kim

may I ask why you want to live in South Korea?
I am a Korean and maybe I can give you some tips 🙂

Janelle
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Janelle

Nice to “meet” you! Seoul looks so full of acivities, and there are many romantic and picturesque spots, it seems. I love Korean food, pop music, fashion, and culture. I’d love to hear some tips from you, thank you for offering!

Syna Yori Kim
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Syna Yori Kim

Any time 🙂 just let me know when you are planning.
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Sukhy Dhillon
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Sukhy Dhillon

I would love to get some info about Korea and teaching ESL– but only for two weeks intensive.. I am a full time teacher in BC canada… I am an experiencedddddd tchr.. would love to connect with the right people for the month of JULY… this could be one of my goals this year.. let’s see if u can msd me at aiaceducation@gmail.com

Syuzanna Avagyan
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Syuzanna Avagyan

Wow, I also want to live or at least to visit South Korea one day and now I am learning Korean, just I don’t yet see the ways how to achieve my goal. I have achieved many goals believing in the LOA, but I lost my positivity and hope to find an inspiration again. Thanks for the post.

Janelle
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Janelle

You’re welcome, Syuzanna! I know how you feel, I’ve been through many disappointments in the past year and a half, but with the help of my loving God, my wonderful husband, and all the wise people in my life, in books and otherwise, I am picking up momentum again. I am trying to remember to enjoy the process, the journey, and that if I find inner peace now, I can have true joy now, and in the future, whether or not I achieve my goals quite how I would like to. I also find it helpful to be realistically optimistic.… Read more »

Syuzanna Avagyan
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Syuzanna Avagyan

Thanks for replying. I hope all of us can achieve our goals, and yea let’s one day meet in Korea :)))

charles purdy
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charles purdy

Hey’ I’m Charles Purdy I came across your post and I would like to know more about you and be friend with you thanks.. do kindly invite me on mc.purdy@yahoo.com

Anyong Lee
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Anyong Lee

I can teach you Korean if you want;-)

Syuzanna Avagyan
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Syuzanna Avagyan

Yea, really? 정말요 ? 너무 감사합니다 :)))
How?

Anyong Lee
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Anyong Lee

You already speak!!
Haha:-) great!! Sure why not??

ELMIRA N
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ELMIRA N

I love how south korea is your first!

Васюта
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Васюта

The spread of the list makes it sound like bs.
“obtain a $1m advance for a book” is orders of magnitude more challenging to do than “go to dubai” or “visit japan” – the latter can be done for less than $1k.

Ardeshir Mehta
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You’re missing the point, Vasyuta. It’s not how challenging a goal is. Unless you actually ENUNCIATE and WRITE DOWN the goal of visiting Japan – if that’s what you want to do – you probably won’t ever actually DO it.

Васюта
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Васюта

If we take your argument to its logical conclusion, it will become this: Unless you actually ENUNCIATE and WRITE DOWN the goal of … (insert whatever here – eat a cheesesteak hoagie, visit a bathroom, brush your teeth) – you probably won’t ever actually DO it. Japan is a visa-free country. There are tickets occasionally that cost $500 round trip. Get up and go. Same for epcot and other theme parks. Same for the 50% of bs “goals” on this list. Now, compare that to $3m at retirement. 95% of the earth’s population could ENUNCIATE and WRITE DOWN that goal… Read more »

Cam Wilkes
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Cam Wilkes

Thanks for a truly inspiring read Jack.
We’d love to see you down here in New Zealand at some stage soon!

Mike
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Mike

do you have any charitable goals?

Leona Jaded Angel Coburn
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I have a goals list, but it’s not numbered. I am almost 44 and you give me hope that I still can accomplish them.
I love your books.
I also have been to Singapore,in the Navy, and enjoyed it.

JacobGudger
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JacobGudger

There’s great skydiving in Santa Barbara… Doesn’t take more than a few hours 🙂

ندى جبار
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ندى جبار

Follow you for years.You are my teacher &trainer as well as my coach life.

StartUp Communty
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StartUp Communty

So far, OK! The next to get my life going to stay , although neither short plan !

Sergey Avdeev
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Sergey Avdeev

Great article! Thanks a lot, Jack!
Just made my 50 list, continue later 🙂 had great insight that the list I made before is more then enjoyed and most of the things done already, even the ones thought to be fantastic before…

Muguta Ruth
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Muguta Ruth

Good idea i will do
This is ispiring

Awesome AJ
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Awesome AJ

WOW.. Loved this List Jack ..You are my Mentor and I have my list ready ..now time to keep manifesting them.. Thank You.. Thank You.. Thank You…

Camilla Carboni
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A truly great list Jack!
One thing that you do so well, and that I believe to be so important in inspirational leaders, is transparency and openness about your own goals and dreams. It really helps others to resonate with you. Thank you for sharing this, and please reach out to me at http://www.camillacarboni.com/contact when you’re ready to take on #82! I’d be honored to teach you to paint with oils!

Constantin
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Constantin

Thank you so much for sharing this with us. While i have been going truth your list I noticed that your goal # 70 and goal # 103 are the same. Hope you dont take it personally just thought it could be interesting for you to know. And you maybe can add one more goal instead 🙂

Thierry Migliorini
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I want to be the best teacher of voice in my country and develop my own coaching enterprise based on the voice and be more financially independent

Thierry Migliorini
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My last concert in Brussels, January 2015

Ardeshir Mehta
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I am disappointed in you, Jack! 😉 “It takes no more time or effort to dream a big dream than a slam dream” – General Wesley Clark, as quoted by you). Your dreams aren’t BIG enough: surely even you realize that. Here’s my list – I have less than 40 items but I am finding it hard to enunciate up any more, since the ones I have written down include pretty much everything else I can think of): A. My BIG Goal Seek the Truth … about everything (clearly, with the implication, seek it until I FIND it.) This however… Read more »

Lara Sweetland
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Lara Sweetland

Where’s my one billion? 😀

Ardeshir Mehta
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Before 2025.
But if you want it sooner, I suggest you listen to Abraham-Hicks (try for example and ). Also go to Youtube and search for “Abraham Hicks financial abundance” (without the quotes).

Erica
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Erica

Jack – don’t waste time. Get down to New Zealand. this should be top of your list. Can guarantee you wont be disappointed.

mudfaerie
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mudfaerie

Reading your list surprised me – I used to live on the same street as your house is on!

Ardeshir Mehta
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Interesting – when was this? I have been living here for almost 30 years.

mudfaerie
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mudfaerie

I moved out about a year ago; I was one of the students living in 452. What a coincidence :0

Ardeshir Mehta
Guest

Sorry, I made a typo: the quote “It takes no more time or effort to dream a big dream than a slam dream” should be: “It takes no more time or effort to dream a big dream than a small dream”

Praveen Srivastava
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Praveen Srivastava

Dear Mr. Canfield, I read your book success principle firstly in the year 2005 during my visit to United states. This books helped me a lot to give shape to my career in Corporate. Truly blessed!! Now list of your goals once again , inspire many of us to have purposeful life. Thanks and God bless. Wish to meet you sometimes , if you visit New Delhi for any Seminar. Regards. Praveen Srivastava

Elliott Lowen
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Elliott Lowen

Still want to meet Bill Cosby?

HappyRich
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HappyRich

Elliott, I would love to meet Bill Cosby. If you can help me to achieve that, I will be really grateful and thankful for that. My email is prettypenguin168@gmail.com

Me
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Me

Amazing!! What a GREAT idea!! I’m going to make my list tomorrow. THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!

Dominique Sims
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Dominique Sims

Appreciative that you would share something so personal with everyone. Gives me inspiration.
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Autumn
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Autumn

One of mine is: Sell 10 homes that are worth $200,000 or higher within a 12 month period. (I’m an out of work realtor right now.)

Sarah
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Sarah

Dear Jack, I did not expect to read a list of goals – let alone someone else’s – and be so incredibly inspired! I was so moved as I was reading through them and found myself beaming every time I saw one that was just so surpassed. Congratulations and thank you! 🙂

Lela Hoxha
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Lela Hoxha

I have a lot,but some are:
1.To work in an embassy
2.to have an intelligent and handsome partner
3.to live e happy live
4.to have two children
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Alda Lima
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Alda Lima

Oooh Jack please have one of your training events here in Rio! I’d do everything I could to go 🙂

AJorgensen
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AJorgensen

There’s a great place to track your bucketlist online, and even check off some of the items with your friends. Check out http://my-bucketlist.net

Peter Latham
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Peter Latham

Why limit oneself with only 101 – I am too busy enjoying my life to make lists and if I look back I have achieved far more than I ever expected!

Adriana Cazan
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Adriana Cazan

1. Learn English
2. Visit the sea side
3. Live near sea for a while (I am in Antalya for the next 4 months)
4. London, England
5. Win 5000 lei / month
6. Take performance scholarship (I took an award from Romanian Academy)
7. Published scientific papers
8. Go for rafting
9. Scuba diving (I will begin classes next week)
10. Finish an academical year with 10 (the highest mark)
11. Take my driving licence
12. Participate at Targu Jiu Conference – take first place (I took it in Bucuresti)
Thank you for inspired me ! All of these are accomplished 🙂

Imran Said
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Imran Said

One of it will be:
I will personally teach JC 5 magic tricks

Becky Ellis
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Becky Ellis

Amazing thank you so much definitely passing on to my team

Tammy Lewis-Thompson
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Tammy Lewis-Thompson

I just love you and think everything you do is for the good of all! Thank you!!!!

Thato Mokhothu
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Thato Mokhothu

Hi jack, I just skimmed over your list and I could not continue reading after the realization that you made an effort to mention (in travel) some country’s names and yet then said Africa. I am deeply offended when people list countries and then mention African as if it were one of them. If you want to go to Cameroon say Cameroon, and Morocco is Morocco . You did not make the same mistake with European countries, in fact you actually mentioned the very city you will be going to, i.e, Paris, France? Whereas you say you want to go… Read more »

OutdoorSociety
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OutdoorSociety

He did say visit the Pyramids in terms of a specific place in Africa. But I get where you are coming from. I have visit Ivory Coast and Morocco on my list. Also have visit the Pyramids, Go on a safari in South Africa and play the 19th hole at the Legend course in SA.

Ashleyd906
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Ashleyd906

I have 2 personal goals. Become a mom, and visit all the states in the US. So far, I’ve been to 1/2 the states. I’ve been recently making a goal list for my husband and I to do TOGETHER. (Been married for 9 years). I never thought about setting up a goal list for us to do. We just did whatever. We’ve hit a rut from living life the same way for a few years now. Hopefully by us setting up a goal list, we can push ourselves out of the rut. THANK YOU for making a list, I am… Read more »