Tomorrow I fly across the country for a ski trip.
On the eve of my departure, I am full of that wonderful drug, anticipation.
My blood is flowing, my energy soaring. In short, I feel ALIVE and VIBRANT.
I feel the electricity in the air. And I love it!
(After all, my life changed on a ski trip. You can read more about it on page 133 of my book.)
One of the things I appreciate most about my life is that I experience this “kid-on-Christmas-Eve” feeling regularly.
That’s not an accident. Or luck.
It’s something I deliberately cultivate. Whether it’s looking forward to the next adventure trip, or just anticipating the joy of watching a ballgame on TV later that night, my life is a lot of fun. I always create something cool to look forward to…
But then, why wouldn’t it be that way?
Life is supposed to be fun!
(And if you find that yours is not as fun as you’d like, then it just might be time to learn some new tricks…)
If you’re like me and into the whole idea of deliberately creating a very cool life full of anticipation, fun, and true freedom (Zoooom!), I want to remind you that I’ll be teaching a course on this stuff soon after I return from slaying the ski slopes.
If you’re a kindred spirit, I want to invite you to join me. We’ll have a fabulous time learning new, super-relevant material together…
You can learn more and join by going here:
That’s it for now…
In the meantime, dive into the feeling of ANTICIPATION!