Imagine you traveled the world and chose every activity you did in a day.
Activities like sailing through the world's most iconic and exciting harbours. Activities like seeing private shows from the world's top DJs. Activities like exploring the world's most impressive feats of architecture and design.
Imagine you surrounded yourself with people who inspire you.
People who spend their winters doing fashion photography on remote Pacific islands and their summers trimming marijuana in California. People who drop out of top-tier colleges to pursue their dream job with today's top young change makers on the other side of the world. People who live out of the most luxurious 5-star hotels where the staff knows their name and their every wish and desire is met.
Imagine you gave up everything and re-thought every decision you'd ever made.
Decisions like whether you should do what's responsible or do what feels right. Decisions like whether you should take a leap of faith or stick to what you know. Decisions like whether your time is best spent making someone else happy or making yourself happy.
I know it. Because I'm doing it.
And I want to help you to do the same.
In the month of March, I've done everything I just listed above and a whole lot more. A typical 24-hour stretch has me on a pub crawl in Siem Reap, Cambodia, waking up the next morning at 6am to catch a flight to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and spending the afternoon eating lobster at renowned buffets, getting a private pampering at world-class barbershops, and swan-diving into one of several pools on top of 5-star hotels.
But here's where people usually get lost: this is all within your reach. Most observers assume you need to have loads of money or incredible connections to make these things happen. They might help, but they're definitely not essential; I've done it without either. In fact, in retrospect I think they might've actually been a detriment. You can't buy hustle.
Over the next few days and weeks, I'm publishing several posts about this exact topic. In one post, I've calculated exactly how much money I spend in a month to give you an idea of how much you need to pull off some of my shenanigans. I think you'll be really, really surprised. Every single expense has been recorded and categorized for easy consumption and understanding.
I've unlocked secrets in the past 30 days that I thought would take me years to discover. And here's the best part: if you stay with me, I'm going to share them with you right here.
Here's one of my favourites that I can't say enough: traveling and living well doesn't need to be expensive or difficult. For me, they've been neither. Whether it's staying in 5-star hotels, enjoying weekday adventures on a larger scale than most honeymoons, or whatever else your heart desires, dogmatic thinking is only in place to keep you in your state of paralysis.
You can have it all. Let me show you how.