One of the few films that I have yet to watch is ‘The Bucket List’ starring Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman, and whilst any film with either of these acting heavyweights is sure to be a ‘must see’, I am told that the comical element is about as good as it gets.
When I first heard of the expression ‘My Bucket List’, I had visions of a Room 101 spin off that allowed you to dump anything that was surplus to requirements without the repercussions of dealing with your other half after having disposed of something that you dislike, but they have loved for years. But it turns out I was wrong; a ‘Bucket List’, is a string of things that you (or I) detail as a wish list to undertake before you ‘kick the bucket’.
Most people, since the film, presumably have undertaken this task with vigour, and I have seen lists that extend to pages, and have hundreds of items on it. My list is short and I have restricted it to under 100. That’s not to say I won’t add to it at some point, but in order to begin ticking off the list, you have to take action to actually get them done.
One of the ‘high’ level items on my list is to ‘Write a book’. Now this isn’t any ordinary book, and I have penned some property educational tombs (you can view them here , but this one is going to be different. It needs to be educational as well as factual, real life, nitty gritty, warts and all, you get the picture.
In order to get the best from the narrative I am wanting to produce, I have researched several areas of interest and spent hours scouring shops and internet on the best processes to achieve the end result.
I have found an excellent resource that actually teaches you how to write a book and gives you access to free tools to help you. The best bit is the course is FREE as well, courtesy of our friends at www.YouWillChangeTheWorld.com. Click here to get straight to the online course.
Here’s to your success, and ticking something of our Bucket List.
Let me know how you get on, or drop me a line if you need inspiration!