Just because you’re not on an African safari, or skydiving, or scuba diving in the South Pacific does not mean you’re living an unfulfilled life.
Real adventure starts within. Real adventure starts with looking inside yourself and discovering the depth of who you are and what you are meant to bring to this world. Real adventure starts right here – right now.
And you don’t have to give up anything to live this life of adventure. You don’t have to give up your day job, or anything that brings you a sense of security. But you do have to have the courage to ask yourself the deeper questions your soul is asking – and, more importantly you must listen to the answers. Then, when you’re ready, you can try.
But, trying is embarrassing. Whenever we try something new, we risk making a fool of ourself. We risk being laughed at by others. We risk failure.
But we risk so much more if we don’t try. And trying something new can be as small as trying a new restaurant or as big as starting your own company. Ultimately, you decide what you would like to try.
As the new year begins, what do you hope to do? What dreams do you have? If you are ready to try something new, I invite you to join me in my class called “Now What – what to do when you’ve done what you should, and are ready to do what you dare.”
Please click here for more information.
(This class is held in-person in Ann Arbor, Michigan, but I will soon be offering a similar class as a teleseminar – details will follow soon).
And, as 2011 comes to a close, and the door to 2012 swings open, I encourage you to take a deep breath, and walk thru that door knowing that this is the year you try something new.