In Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen's resourceful "Chicken Soup for the Soul," I am reminded of the brief yarn titled "Another Check Mark On the List." This is a chronicle active a 15-year-old boy called John who, on one showery day, when it was too wet external to play, he settled to construct a list of goals. John uninterrupted print until he had 127 goals. These goals integrated exploring the Nile River, mounting big point peaks circa the world and research 3 abroad languages. He also needed to be featured in a Rose Bowl Parade and theatre several with a beat instruments.
Of the 127 goals that he traded all over 60 eld ago, John has achieved 108. If he lives to become 75 geezerhood old he will realize 109 (he timetabled "live to see the 21st Century"). How did John achieve all of these goals? He wrote them descending.