Have you ever wanted to do something so different that almost as soon as you thought about doing it, you thought “Nah, that’s just not me.”? To go on some some sort of adventure? I know I have.
Many of us who are used to the daily grind, be it a job or school, are so used to our routine that we find it hard to step out and do something new. We’re afraid of loss. We’re afraid that whatever we’re going to attempt to do isn’t going to work out, so why try to do it in the first place? Why put the good life we have now in jeopardy of doing something that might not work out?
For me, when I was in college, I wanted to travel abroad. I wanted to go to bowl games. But I didn’t. I think back now that I could have and should have. But at the time, either I didn’t want to put in the extra effort to get money for a trip or I thought it would throw my plan to get of college on time.
Now, I realize that Purdue hasn’t gone to a bowl game since I was in school AND as it was, I was in school for 9 years. Going on these little trips would have been great experiences that I passed up because I wanted to stay comfortable.
It’s because of people like this session’s guest, Marianne Jennings, that I have been able to see opportunity for what it is. I believe that by the time that you’re done listening to our chat, that you’ll want to add more variety in your life too. I truly think that she could motivate a lot of people to step out of their daily habits and do something that most would seem extraordinary.
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN:
- What she got out of being in The Foundation
- What she’s currently doing that is entrepreneurial.
- Exactly what her day job is and how she got into it.
- Why it’s important to remember that you can start something and course correct along the way.
- The inspiration for doing the Fjallraven Polar
- What you, as a Angles of Lattitude audience member, can do to help her out.
- Why it’s awesome to get married after your 20’s.
- Why it’s important to go after once in a lifetime experiences.
- …and MUCH more.
ITEMS and PEOPLE MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
- The Foundation
- Marianne’s Etsy Store
- Fjallraven Polar
- Cam Adair’s interview
- How to help get Marianne to the Fjallraven Polar
- Art of Nonconformity
- Podcast Indy (Brad Shoemaker’s Group)
- Fizzle – Our go to community for building online businesses. First month is free!
SHOW NOTE EXTRAS:
Some really cool videos from Kyle Cease about reclaiming your identity and relearning how to play.
Why People’s Opinions of You Aren’t Real
Evolving Out Loud Trailer
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