Yes, I know I’ve been missing in action again. I was busy doing up my new layout and compiling my list of 101 things to do for my Day Zero Project. The Day Zero Project is also known as the 101 Things to do in 1001 Days project. This is the brainchild of a guy named Michael Green (click on the link above to read more) and the objective of this project is to complete 101 pre-determined tasks in 1001 days. That’s equivalent to about 2.75 years by the way.
Those who know me well would know that I’m not a goal-oriented person at all. I make new year resolutions but I never fulfill them. To sum it up, I suck at setting goals and achieving them. Because of that, I often feel that I’m wasting my life away doing and achieving nothing. I hope that by starting this list, I’d be able to motivate myself and actually complete the 101 tasks, no matter how trivial they may be.
I actually started drafting my list back in January but as you can see, it took me more than eight months to finalise it. It took me ages to come up with 101 tasks so trust me, it’s really not as easy as it seems. After I finally came up with 101 tasks, I had to fine-tune the list to make sure every task is realistic and feasible. Now I’m pleased to say I’m satisfied with my list and I’m ready to start my project. You can view my complete list here.
From today onwards, I’ll track my progress and update as and when I complete a task. If you’re interested (or nosy) enough, feel free to look through my list anytime. You should try it too. It’s a brilliant way to motivate yourself to achieve your personal goals.