“Don’t be scared to walk alone. Don’t be scared to like it.” – John Mayer
Source: Hiking Devil’s Punchbowl & Devil’s Chair
I was reading through a few blogs in my free time a little bit ago and I came across the quote you see above. It’s very true you know. In many of the adventures you come across in this here adventure blog, you’ll find that a lot of these trips are to see amazing places, but many of the photos are solo.
You see the thing is, when you are an adventurer, you rarely are going to have a crew. You blaze a trail and others follow. It’s not often that you’ll find a crew blazing trails together because it’s so hard to find a group of people so daring as to do something so absurd as bucking the trend and thinking outside the status quo.
I get it, brotein shake. It’s hard, to not want to follow the crowd. It’s difficult to not want to do what everyone else is doing. But is that because you don’t know what to do yourself, or is it because you are too afraid to go out on your own because you’re afraid of the results?
Either way, I have the answer for you. It’s not gonna be pretty and I’m sorry it’s so simplified (I’m running out of time here), but all you have to do is stop attaching your happiness to your results.
I’ve run out of time and I wish I could tell you more, but then we’d be here all day and your butt would hurt from sitting too long from being so engaged in our conversation.
Till next time
Jerry “individual” Washington
P.S. I would love for us to talk more, but I don’t have any way to get in touch with you. But…I do have this daily email that I send out to select people. In it, I talk about how to get and stay motivated, how to develop long lasting relationships (with real influencers), and obviously a bunch of stuff on fitness and a few exercise tips thrown in for good measure. You interested in being an awesome leader with six pack abs (maybe? *shrugs shoulders*). Then click the link to join the inner circle. Click here. Talk soon…
4 thoughts on “It Takes One”
Very true “but all you have to do is stop attaching your happiness to your results”.
It is isn’t it? I finally found peace when I learned that simple “trick.” Thanks for commenting!! I appreciate your input.
Im doing my best to learn the trick 🙂
Nice!!! Keep it up. Hopefully my blogs will help to serve as some guidance 😉