Quite possibly the absolutely best experience in the last 5 years.
Seeing wonders of the world.
Traveling to distant lands and off the track places.
This experience is definitely now at the top of the list.
I have to thank a 72-ish year old man named Charlie and Quasar Expeditions for inviting us to the islands. This occurred on the sixth day of our trip as we were cruising around the Galapagos Islands. It was definitely and absolutely fantastic trip and after what happened today it would remain to be one of the best experiences of the last five years traveling around the world.
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Sometimes it really is the little things that happen that allow us to realize that we should always live life to the fullest. I still remember the day that I decided to travel around the world. Not just for a year or two but for the rest of my life. I wanted a life that allowed me the freedom to travel and come and go as I pleased. I recently even had my reunion of where I first set off to start living this new lifestyle.
Although my goals have changed over the last five years I now want to travel on a much bigger scale. Instead of just living this life of freedom on my own I want to be able to have an entire army of people that are able to day trade and travel with me.
For those of you that are new to the site, I teach people how to day trade and travel. With TheDayTradingAcademy.com I have been able to teach numerous people to start living their own dream and have their freedom.
It all started in Ethiopia a few years ago when traders were requesting my training. Currently, I am looking into the viability of having some of those very traders that convinced me to start teaching to met up with me in Ethiopia where it all started.
There is one moment that sticks out in my mind with a conversation I had with Charlie.
He is a doctor that deals specifically with patients that are ready to make arrangements. In other words, they are ready to leave this life and into the next one (if you believe in that sort of thing).
I asked him what were the things that people regretted most and most of them said travel (among other things).
Life wasn’t meant for us to sit behind a desk for eight hours after we sit in an hour of traffic. Only to arrive and be yelled at about reports that were late and will most likely never be used properly in the first place. Consider this, if it takes you just 45 minutes to commute to and from work you are wasting 16 days every year and rush hour traffic. 16 DAYS!
In just 11 years you have wasted half a year.
Doing what you may ask? Having higher levels of stress getting mad at the guy in the next car over that just cut you off because he was picking his nose. Not my kind of lifestyle. I still remember the day when I made the decision to officially quit my job and leave the country. It wasn’t easy but it happened to be the best decision I ever made.
I don’t know if there is anything else that I can say but if you were ever considering leaving your job, beginning a new life, or searching for the unknown. But know this:
Not all those who wander are lost ~ J.R.R. Tolkien