There’s an interesting end to this story. Watch this…
Traveling the world, enjoying new people, and seeing things you’ve never seen before is the life of a nomad that we’ve all seen.
Imagine swimming in crystal clear waters, having a drink with your spouse at a restaurant with food that you both love.
Being a nomad is more than just a vacation. It becomes a lifestyle.
Seems extreme to some people but I know you’ve thought about it and might even be considering it now but you have NO CLUE of how to do it because the only thing you may have heard is that people drop everything they’re doing, quit their jobs, pick up their kids and go!
You might notice something interesting surrounding the stories you hear about these wonderful people living the ideal nomadic life.
They talk about living in a house filled with nice things but finding themselves working 100+ hours a week just to pay the bills.
All of the nice things starting to feel like an actual prison that you can’t escape.
Think about that for a moment. If you feel like you can’t travel like a nomad because of maintaining the lifestyle you have right now then your lifestyle is literally the thing that is chaining you and keeping you away from that vision.
The next thing people say is that their spouse wouldn’t go for it.
I hear this a lot.
Is it a problem?
Yup. But it doesn’t mean it’s the end of the relationship so don’t worry just yet!
The bad cycle is that most of these people who work 100+ hours then neglect their family and their doing it FOR their family but then the family falls apart usually from some sort of divorce. The irony can continue but let’s get out of this cycle for a moment.
The big desire to release and let go of all of your material things in order to embrace what the world has to offer seems to be the next thing we hear and even hearing that might give you a sigh of relief.
Instead of making a mortgage payment for a house that you feel trapped in, making memories is what we realize is what is important.
Instead of swimming in the pool in your backward also serving as a pool of debt for things that didn’t bring these nomads joy, they find themselves swimming in the ocean in Tahiti, Bali, or Finland with people they enjoy.
Sounds relieving and beautiful maybe, right?
What sounds beautiful is the idea of having a blank slate. Starting over and doing things differently.
What’s so nice about the nomadic lifestyle is that for you, you would finally be able to pay attention to your family without fear or concern about closing another deal or a sale and that sounds like heaven.
The idea of being able to go a day, or a week, or a month without feeling stuck to your luxury phone of anxiety, right?
Here’s the kicker.
These nomads you read about have usually amassed a decent amount of money that they’re living off of when they “sell everything.” Not criticizing it AT ALL I just want to give you some perspective.
These nomads spend a year “learning about themselves” and “discovering who they really are” and what they truly care about.
They “retire” but not really.
They find what they finally truly care about, something that makes them feel fulfilled and have a purpose. They discover what they’re passionate about and then focus on pursuing just that.
Guess what happens next?
Either they end up exactly where they were before with the same anxiety, traps, and nice things or they work the same amount of hours but with efficiency, purpose, passion, unity with their spouse, and enjoy the nice things because they enjoy how they’re making their money.
Interesting journey, right?
It’s a journey of self-awareness. A journey from internal chaos or confusion to clarity and freedom.
I’m sending this message to you because I know that you’re most likely a Nomad at heart and instead of having to sell all of your possessions, get lost around the world and dig for lessons you hope you’re going to find across the ocean because you decided not to find them right where you are now, I’m inviting you to journey with me into yourself.
The truth is that where you go, there you are. That means that if you’re in Iceland, it’s still you. The anxiety isn’t truly left at home. The fears, anger, frustrations, hurts, hopes, dreams, failures, and goals follow you unless you address them.
The good news is that you don’t have to face the demons by yourself.
I’ll be your guide and we can journey together.
If some of this struck a chord with you and you want to talk about it a little further.
Schedule a call with me now.
and choose a time and we’ll talk about what’s going on in your life that you’d like to improve.
There are not many other people you can talk to on this level with so take me up on this offer.
If you want help, I’ll tell you how I can help.
If you want to know how I’ve helped people in the past and even this past month, I’ll tell you how I predictably and reliably bring people out of confusion or lack of control, to a place of clarity and the beginning of self-mastery month after month.
It’s simpler than you think and much more fun than most people talk about.
Let’s talk soon.
P.S. We have a powerful group of people who are all solving the same problem you are. You’re not alone. When we talk I’m not going to sell you, I won’t have to. If you want to be a part of what we’re doing and if I think that you’re a fit, we’ll see if we want to work together. Either way, it’s going to be a great call and even when we don’t feel that some people are a fit for us, they still enjoy the call we had every single time. Here’s the link to connect with me or someone on my team. If you’re responding to this message I hope it’s me!