Category: courage

Conversation in Purpose with Dave Ursillo

As I mentioned earlier this month, I’m sharing a conversation with author, teacher, friend (and fellow New Englander!) Dave Ursillo as part of his meaningful conversations project. In Dave’s own words… “Conversations in Purpose is an exploration of discovering what

How You Can Live a Global Life—an Upcoming Summit Series

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  In January 2014, I’ll be joining 20 other nomads, travelers, wanderers for the “Living Your Ideal Global Life Summit”—conversations, tips, and strategies for how YOU can start experiencing this world in a fuller, richer way. Hear from folks like

How I Got Turned ON Right in the Middle of New York City

Ever heard of Nicole Daedone? Her book Slow Sex? OMing? Here’s how I got involved with ALL of that and revealed one of the darkest thoughts of my life in front of a group of strangers…     So who

Affirmations, Declarations + Mantras for Optimal Living! (including what I use!)

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  I’ve seen that if I want positive experiences in my life, I need to have positive thoughts. For many years, I was very closed off—not sure I’d categorize myself as “negative,” but certainly not happy-go-lucky. A few years ago,

Winner of the $100 Startup Giveaway!

So who won the contest? (announced last month, I am giving away a copy of Chris Guillebeau’s latest book The $100 Startup)     I’ll be in touch with the winner via email!   Thanks for being part of the

You Don’t Want A Job—and here’s why…

My good friend, fellow virtual worker, author, and occasional nomad Joel D Canfield has a new book out (his 10th!):     You Don’t Want A Job: Why Self-Employment Reduces Your Risks & Increases Your Rewards         To

Giveaway: How $100 Can Change Your Life!

The $100 Startup

At the recent World Domination Summit, every attendee received a paperback copy of Chris Guillebeau’s latest book: The $100 Startup: Reinvent the Way You Make a Living, Do What You Love, and Create a New Future. In it, Chris profiles

What To Do When You Have Nowhere to Sleep

After almost 18 months of travel, something crazy happened. This past weekend, I found out — for the first time in my full-time travels — what it’s like to not have a place to stay for the night. Yup, I

You Gotta Have Faith, Faith, Faith…to Travel

When you set out into the world, there’s a certain amount of faith, or trust, required. Even with all the planning and research one can do, it’s very likely you’ll need to rely on the kindness of strangers. It could

Ep. #29: Quality Time with… Meagan Adele Lopez (Author, “Three Questions”) + Win the Book!

Interview with Meagan Lopez video Some of what we talked about… Where the idea for the book came about How she created discipline in her life to write the book One of Meagan’s practices that kept her on track – something

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