In 1838 Ralph Waldo Emerson asked if you should “renounce your right to traverse the star-let deserts of truth for the premature comfort of an acre, house, and barn.” It seems even a humble 19th century poet was intrigued by the edges of potential, wondering what story a life could tell.
It appears you too may be captivated by the potential of what is possible. You’re in great company.
What has brought you to this time and place?
A desire to change what is? A passion to create what is not?
Perhaps you have “had enough” or you hunger for more.
Our stories can ready us for the future or shackle us to the past. It is up to us to choose which.
How has your story shaped you today?
What story do you endeavor to write tomorrow?
Author, Karen Salmansohn says you are “a living character in a story that is being written, and you are the author of that story.”
What is the story you can no longer wait to author?
If you are a successful, progressive professional who values lifestyle, learning and creating extraordinary results in your career, business and life, a compelling conversation is at hand. If being fully on purpose, in flow, flush with fulfillment is on your horizon, we know the way.
It begins with the answer to one simple, but not necessarily easy question.