Are you facing events and challenges you never expected?
Feeling a bit overwhelmed? Frustrated?
Living day to day with:
You are not alone. There are many, many people facing these kinds of difficulties.
While you think that your next door neighbour is flush … it may not be true!
The illusion of living a trouble free life is often an uncomfortable or even painful real life façade.
So if our lives are in a bit of a hole how do we get out? Simply by finding a way out, someone to help us when we are in need and moving forward.
It helps to be with optimistic and motivating people. People who lift us up. People who don’t drag us down. People who provide support when we ask them. Expecting nothing else but reciprocation in return.
Challenging, guiding, leading, assisting and enabling you. To discover the many opportunities and ways that you can change, enhance or enrich your life.
Helping you to come to terms with yourself. To get the most out of your health and wealth. To develop clear and meaningful desires and plans. And make them happen.
At times we will be controversial and may challenge your beliefs and traditions. We have, or will find, experts who can guide, support and mentor you. Whether you want to get into shape, move overseas, start a new career, look your best or feel your best.
Whatever you have to do ... make this the best time of your life. We'll be there.
The world will never be like it was. We will never be like we were. So we need to find the spark to challenge ourselves to find our own path.
So who am I. Now approaching 70. Living a very active (recently completed a half marathon), interesting and challenging life. Like everyone I've been through some difficult and painful periods including divorce and two major accidents.
The one a motor vehicle accident. I was trapped in my car for over 5 hours … while emergency rescue people tried to figure out a way to get a tanker truck off my car ... without crushing me to death. The other a messy cycling race accident. Its legacy ... a steel pin in my hip and metalwork in my pelvis.
Through being fit and strong willed supported by the skill of some excellent medical mechanics I’m in reasonable physical shape. Moving on after clearing these two unexpected life hurdles.
I've had a corporate career. I've started small businesses that failed. I've enjoyed some business opportunities that led to some financial success. I’ve had good and bad investments.
With bits of both success and failure and a lot of ordinary in between I suppose that makes a pretty average life.
Currently I’m completing a 4-year contract working in the Philippines and planning our next life adventure.
This will be a year long trip around the world (on a budget). We’re planning to visit places in Asia like Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos and China. With South America to include Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Uruguay and Argentina.
So don't waste another valuable second join our community of optimistic, adventurous, never say die souls now!
Make yourself and your life the best it can be.