So, you want adventure?
If you’re reading this, I’m guessing you want something
different out of life than the standard American dream.
But when you really think about it, that little voice in your head says,
“I want to travel, but I can’t afford it. Besides, isn’t travel just for rich people?”
“I have a really long bucket list, but I just don’t have the time.”
“I hate my job and I’d rather go travel, but I can’t quit.”
“I don’t feel excited about life at all anymore — I’m just stuck.”
Maybe you spend hours scrolling through images of exotic places on Instagram and Pinterest, but you don’t have a passport. Maybe you have a list of your top 10 destinations, but you’re afraid to go alone. You dream of living abroad, working in another country, or taking a mini-retirement at a yoga retreat or on a ski mountain…but you have no idea where to start.
Sound familiar? Then we need to talk.
What if what’s holding you back isn’t your paycheck…
Or your employer’s vacation policy…
What if it’s not even the fact that you might not have your passport (yet)?
What if the only thing holding you back was your mindset?
Look — our mindset determines what we focus on, what we prioritize, and ultimately, what our life looks like.
Luckily, we all have the power to shift our mindset…at any moment.
That’s where The Traveler’s Mindset comes in.
The Traveler’s Mindset is openness, curiosity, and a sense of adventure.
But why does this even matter?
Well, my vision is to help create a more peaceful and connected world.
We know that travel abroad creates opportunity for self-empowerment, a global education, and incredible cross-cultural connection.
And we know that BIG change starts with small steps taken by people just like you and me.
Join the adventure.
Start your journey with the two articles below.
(And remember, shifting your mindset to the traveler’s mindset is simple.
Keep taking baby steps towards adventure, and you’ll see your travel dreams come true. Promise.)
Join me on the inside and become the confident, adventurous person you’ve always wanted to be.