How to say Goodbye to the “Real World” in Order to Experience the Real World.

The voice in my head kept repeating itself. “Just go,” it said. “You won’t regret it,” it said. No matter how hard I tried to focus on other things, that little alluring voice would not retreat. As time went on, that voice grew louder and louder, until I could not ignore its soothing sound. So I have voices in my head. That’s normal, right?

We all still possess our own childlike imagination; the imagination that used to dive into an adventure headfirst. The creativity that used to blossom as though every passing day was the most beautiful spring day. What happened to that ingenuity?

Like most young professionals, we worked our way up to a position that we thought we wanted, with a salary that we thought would make us “happy.” We were living for the 2 weeks of vacation a year, getting caught in a trap of looking at personal wealth materialistically, only daydreaming of the 14 days of “freedom” we had a year. There was a deep sense of feeling like we were not experiencing all that life had to offer. We were stuck in a keeping up with a keeping up with the jones’ convenience cycle that was suffocating us and we wanted out.

But how do we say goodbye to the “real world” in order to experience the real world? 

Tim Ferriss said “Someday… is a disease that you will take your dreams to your grave with you.” So we are taking the leap and we’d like to bring you with us.

Materialistic wealth wasn’t fulfilling the very core of who we were as humans. We wanted time wealth, something that is rare to come by in this fast-paced world where we don’t have enough time to simply ponder the beauties of life itself. So we decided to say yes to time. Fortune, and not the materialistic kind, favors the bold. It’s time to cash in on time wealth, discover parts of us and of others, and to start living experiences instead of buying experiences.

Join us for an adventure around the world as we regain the excitement we once had as children, leaping into the unknown while inspiring and helping others through movement. We will explore workouts on the road, we will deepen the incredible love in our marriage, we will give back to others, and we will delve into life’s greatest daring adventures. It’s time to stop waiting for life and instead, to experience it.

“When we allow ourselves to imagine as we once did, we realize if we don’t go right now, we’re never going to do it. And we’ll be haunted by our unrealized dreams and know that we have sinned against ourselves gravely.”

So we’re going. We are picking up and going on a trip around the world. We are crafting our own beautiful reality. And we’re here to show you how to do it. As Frederick Buechner once said, “here is the world. Beautiful and terrible things will happen. Don’t be afraid.”

Do you have fears of exploring the world? What are your greatest fears of leaving your safety net? Comment below!