273: It's Time for a Road Trip

"A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving" - Lao Tzu

The weekend is here and even though I always tell you to experience the weekend freedom daily I understand that not everyone heeds that advice.  Today, after talking about work all week, I wanted to talk about the freedom of travel

When you plan for weeks to go to a different part of the world there is an untold excitement for you.  You don't have to go far away to experience that feeling.  Take a road trip; get in your car and just drive to wherever the road takes you.

In this episode I talk all about the benefits of getting away from all that you know, leaving schedules and responsibilities and just having an adventure.

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In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • How being without a destination creates freedom
  • How you grow more by traveling
  • How to experience an authentic culture

"Sometimes you find yourself the most when you are lost"

  • That it is impossible to get lost
  • What books to choose based on a great book review site
  • How to experience daily peace and awareness with Real-Life Calm
  • How Nature revitalizes you
  • The four guidelines for taking a road trip
  • How to get a personalize voicemail greeting on your phone

Resources

Question of the Day

What is one place you would visit if you had unlimited time and money?

Action of the Day

Take a road trip this weekend and start up a conversation with a stranger.

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