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Have you ever had a calling you could feel in your gut? Have you ever felt called to do something on a whim, and you weren't sure why? Have you ever cut through the irresponsibility of how it feels, and then chased the call simply to see where it goes? Have you ever carved out eight days, flown to a land where you don't speak the language, don't have an event, and don't have a friend to host you? Have you ever arrived alone, to a place where you don't speak the language, you don't have a hotel reservation, a car rented, or a driver to deliver you somewhere--anywhere?

Have you ever followed a feeling and let it lead you unscripted?

Well, two weeks ago, I hadn't either. I mean, really, who does that?

Now I've done it. And I talk all about it here.

"There I was, with Carlos, a guy I hadn't known for more than 48 hours, deep in the Yanatile jungle, abandoned by our driver, and we were about to walk the last mile to the place where Carlos was born. A place where his aunt and uncle live. A place he hadn't been back to in ten years. A place he hadn't returned to since his mother died. And nobody knew we were coming -- they didn't have phone, internet or mail."

Join Lon as he reconnects with Adam Eaton for a heartfelt discussion that charts his transformative travels through Peru. This dialogue weaves through the power of new experiences and the profound insights gained when one heeds the inner call to seek a life of fulfillment.

Come with us into the heart of Peru's spiritual landscapes as Lon and Adam share the touching act of leaving a token of home at Machu Picchu, feeling connected with an ancient civilization.

We explore the balance between the thrill of uncharted paths and the natural apprehension they evoke, highlighting the ongoing journey of self-discovery.

We reflect on the beauty of unscripted adventure, the role of accountability in personal endeavors, and the nurturing of spousal support that facilitates these solitary quests for meaning.

This episode isn't just about travel; it's about the transformation that comes with stepping outside the "normal 40" work week.

Lon delves into the liberation experienced in the Yanatili jungle, detached from the usual demands of life, and discusses the universal relevance of such a break for self-improvement.

Tune in for a dose of inspiration, and perhaps you'll find yourself ready to pursue the unscripted adventures that beckon.

Do you want to connect with Lon personally or want to hang out with a few hundred of us as we talk about things like this (in The Insider)? Find it here: https://linktr.ee/lon.stroschein
Have you ever had a calling you could feel in your gut? Have you ever felt called to do something on a whim, and you weren't sure why? Have you ever cut through the irresponsibility of how it feels, and then chased the call simply to see where it goes? Have you ever carved out eight days, flown to a land where you don't speak the language, don't have an event, and don't have a friend to host you? Have you ever arrived alone, to a place where you don't speak the language, you don't have a hotel reservation, a car rented, or a driver to deliver you somewhere--anywhere? Have you ever followed a feeling and let it lead you unscripted? Well, two weeks ago, I hadn't either. I mean, really, who does that? Now I've done it. And I talk all about it here. "There I was, with Carlos, a guy I hadn't known for more than 48 hours, deep in the Yanatile jungle, abandoned by our driver, and we were about to walk the last mile to the place where Carlos was born. A place where his aunt and uncle live. A place he hadn't been back to in ten years. A place he hadn't returned to since his mother died. And nobody knew we were coming -- they didn't have phone, internet or mail." Join Lon as he reconnects with Adam Eaton for a heartfelt discussion that charts his transformative travels through Peru. This dialogue weaves through the power of new experiences and the profound insights gained when one heeds the inner call to seek a life of fulfillment. Come with us into the heart of Peru's spiritual landscapes as Lon and Adam share the touching act of leaving a token of home at Machu Picchu, feeling connected with an ancient civilization. We explore the balance between the thrill of uncharted paths and the natural apprehension they evoke, highlighting the ongoing journey of self-discovery. We reflect on the beauty of unscripted adventure, the role of accountability in personal endeavors, and the nurturing of spousal support that facilitates these solitary quests for meaning. This episode isn't just about travel; it's about the transformation that comes with stepping outside the "normal 40" work week. Lon delves into the liberation experienced in the Yanatili jungle, detached from the usual demands of life, and discusses the universal relevance of such a break for self-improvement. Tune in for a dose of inspiration, and perhaps you'll find yourself ready to pursue the unscripted adventures that beckon. Do you want to connect with Lon personally or want to hang out with a few hundred of us as we talk about things like this (in The Insider)? Find it here: https://linktr.ee/lon.stroschein leer más leer menos

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