In Walk Like a God I teach you how to plan an adventure and use it as a life-changing practice.
One of the most important parts of planning an adventure is to know that there will be times when it is terrible. Times when you want to quit and go home.
Will Peach, the gonzo traveler (extraordinaire) of My Spanish Adventure, just hit one of those times.
His blog is amazing, and I hope you check it out. I feel for him, because I’ve seen exciting, over-hyped plans fail in crushing ways. I’m sure I’m not the only one.
It’s not the every-moment that makes an adventure worth having, it’s the long arc. Easy activities can be fun when they’re happening but later on they seem like a waste. You wish you had the time back. Difficult projects are frustrating in the moment, but can become a happy memory that pays dividends for years.
If they succeed.
If you want to learn how to make an adventure succeed, it’s one of five strategies covered in detail in Walk Like a God. Take a look here.
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