Have you ever dreamed of quitting your job and traveling the world? Are you thinking of making a transition to a life filled with more travel and opportunities?
I did. And I made it happen.
I’m talking all about how I made the leap from my corporate design job to living a life of my own design over on the Zero to Travel podcast. This episode was posted on Friday, September 9th – you can listen in the Podcast app, or right here.
It was a huge honor and a big surprise to me when Jason asked me to share my story on his podcast. Zero to Travel was a big inspiration to me when I was still just dreaming about quitting my job. Being interviewed by him is just one of the many amazing things that have taken place since I left my day job 13 months ago.
The interview was conducted via Skype 6 months back. At the time, I had returned from my one-month yoga teacher training in Bali, published my new website and was seeking yoga teaching jobs abroad. In the end, I decided I wanted to travel without the restriction of teaching yoga in one location – so I did a 6 week trip in Central America ( half of the time with a group and the other half solo ). Since June I’ve been back in Brooklyn, NY, establishing my photography business and teaching yoga in both studios and corporate settings.
I’ve set a lot of intentions during this past year, done a lot of work, taken a lot of chances, and been very open to all the opportunities that have presented themselves. It’s not always easy, but I can honestly say that I LOVE the current path that I’m on.
Maybe you’re looking to make a transition to traveling more, or maybe you’re just thinking about making a big change in another area of your life. Either way, you should listen to my chat with Jason. We actually talk less about travel, and more about the right MINDSET you need to MAKE AWESOME THINGS HAPPEN.
“If you believe it will workout, you’ll see opportunities. If you believe it won’t, you will see obstacles.” ~ Wayne Dyer
Have you ever made a big change in your life that took a leap of faith? Tell me about in the Comment section below, I love to hear your stories!
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