Take The Plunge With Me

Happy New Year – Now Take The Plunge With Me!

Happy New Year!

Before I begin, I wish you and your loved ones all the best this coming year and every year thereafter.

On Christmas Day I invited you to start thinking about making a New Year’s Resolution related to taking the plunge. I hope the e-book I wrote and offered as a gift helped give you a rough outline to work from.

Personally, I think the hardest part is just getting started. Once you get the ball rolling, your own excitement snowballs and carries you forward into the life you should be living.

But you have to get started.

My Resolution

Take The Plunge With Me

Take The Plunge With Me

As you know, I took the plunge last year. But it’s definitely still on-going as I have not yet pursued much in the way of making my trip financially sustainable. My personal New Year’s Resolution is to be financially sustainable by the end of the year so I can keep my volunteering-based Happy Nomad Tour going indefinitely!

As part of this resolution, I will start offering my services as a Happiness Coach to help others in their pursuit of happiness and in preparing to take the plunge.

The first session is free so we can see if we are a good fit for each other and so I can hear and understand your story.

I look forward to sharing what I’ve learned in my own journey, and helping others start their own journeys. I truly believe the world would be a better/happier place if more people were pursuing their passions.

Thanks for patronizing this site with your attention limited time and I know 2012 is going to be an amazing year full of growth, change, and HAPPINESS!

Supposedly the world will end in December. Of course, I don’t believe that. But I’m already living each day as if it were my last – each new day a wonderful surprise full of interesting, new experiences. If this does not describe your current life, let me help you get there!

I’ll sign off with a toast to always living in the moment with a heart full of infinite love without fear, regret, or hate.


5 replies
  1. Jeff Bronson
    Jeff Bronson says:

    Getting started is indeed the hardest part. Good luck offering your new services and 2012.  It’s very difficult to break out on your own, but once it happens, it’s so worth it”!


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