Hello and welcome to my impossible list! I have had a lot of ideas and awesome projects in mind to do, but I never really got to doing them. I used to write them down in evernote and look at them like ”Aaah I should do that!” but I never got to the point where I actually put in the effor to do these things.
So here’s my solution. This list will track all my goals, and I’ll be updating them on the go! The big difference is that this list evolves. For every goal achieved, there will be a new goal in that category! This way l’ll make sure that I never become static and will always keep pursuing my dreams.
The idea was originally from Joel Runyon who described it something like this:
The impossible list™ is NOT a bucket list. Not too long ago, I used to settle for the possible things in life. The sure thing. It was “realistic”, “safe” and boring as hell. I decided I needed a challenge.
The impossible list is that challenge. This list of impossible things contains all the things I ever thought I couldn’t do because it was “impossible.” The sort of things that I assumed the cool guys on TV only ever got to do. The things I never thought that I would be able to do.
Right now my main focus is on my study, dancing and creating/developing this site.
Last 2 completed goals
- Meditate every day for 30 days in a row
- Learn how to do rock-climbing
Create a site for myself Get to page 1 on google search results with ”Cas Becker”
- Get to result 1 on google search results with ”Cas Becker”
Get selected for the OpleidingsCommissie of Psychology at the UvA.
- Write a blog for 7 days in a row
Meditate every day for 30 days in a row
- Skydive in a foreign country
- Learn how to juggle with rings
- Learn how to slackline (walking on it without falling for at least half a minute)
- Learn how to juggle with 4 balls
- Learn one new song every day for 7 days in a row on piano/guitar and vocal
- Produce and release a song
- Record a cover and release it on youtube
- Run half a marathon
Learn how to do rock-climbing– Tonsai, Thailand, July 2017
- Learn how to lead-climbing in rock climbing
- Visit more than 15 different countries for more than a week each (currently 12)
- Visit more than 5 countries outside of europe for more than a week each (currently 3)
Visit Bali– July 2015 Visit Jordan– May 2014 Visit Thailand– July 2017