In Face Your Fears, Follow Your Dreams

If you’ve ever dreamed of quitting your job to travel but haven’t quite mustered up the courage, today’s HuffPo article, “Dying to Quit Your Job to Travel? Well, What’s Stopping You?” may give you just the encourangement you need. It offers an encouraging perspective on why resume gaps, financial responsibilities, and being seen as a “slacker” don’t have to hinder your plans to take some time off and see the world.

If you quit your job tomorrow, where would you go?

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  • Erika Liodice

    I would backpack around Europe…again.

  • sneilson

    I think it is fear of the unknown. However, when I look at it realistically, I have found very few situations that I have been unable to deal with. In addition, I am still alive and happy, so none of those changes have been fatal. And, I have learned great things along the way and had some amazing adventures which I will always remember with a great big smile and feeling of satisfaction.

    One other thing…one time, when talking with my father about a difficult decision I needed to make, he said, there are very few decisions you can make that can’t be changed. So, you move in a direction and modify that direction if need be in order to achieve the goals you are after. The key is that you never stop trying.

    • Erika Liodice

      Great point! It’s easy to forget that most of our decisions are not as permanent as we think. Most can be undone or changed, the key is to keep moving forward.

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