I am still coming down from an unbelievable experience in Montrose, Colorado last week where I attended and presented at the RV Life Entrepreneur Roundtable. I have been to many conferences, meetups and retreats and this one was hands-down one of the best gatherings of my LIFE! Yes, my LIFE. Part of it was the authentic … Read more
How can I be more adventurous? social conditioning begins around age 10 – we begin the entry point into educational pathways grooming us for specific careers, we are taught to tame our personalities and fall in line with the expectations of society, we lose some of the vivacious energy of our early years. Exercises to practice the 7 YO mindset and be guided by curiosity.
The reason I encourage people to not only think about their ideal life, but also to experiment is there are so many things we wouldn’t know until we actually practice doing the thing.
It is easy to see all the reasons this doesn’t make sense, but without trying it and testing portions of your idea you may be artificially writing off an opportunity or delaying something that is completely feasible.
This summer has been a fascinating journey in continuing to live out and test our adventurous lifestyle with kids. We spent over 30 days living in an RV in The Canadian Rockies near Banff, Jasper and then made our way down into Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming before some time in the Black Hills of South … Read more
Ed takes adventure to the next level in this episode with ways to experience adventure near and far. Ed is a husband and father originally from Singapore now in Washington. Prior to Covid he was a sophisticated travel hacker, but now more of an aspiring polyglot. Others might also say he’s a tax optimizer, a geo-arbitrage schemer, homeschooler, entrepreneur, and just adding a budding asian cuisine chef. The menu of adventure is vast as we explore how each of these characteristics came to life.