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10 Ways Travel Will Change Your Life For The Better

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Travel is transformational. It changes who you are to your very core. Out there on the road, without any baggage, you encounter life in a way that’s not always possible when you are working all the time. I know I’m biased since I write about travel but my experience meeting others has shown me that travel changes you for the better. It brings out the best version of you possible. Here are ten ways travel will better your life and why you should start planning your next trip away:

You become more social

It’s sink or swim on the road. You either get better at making friends or you end up alone. You learn to make friends out of strangers and get more comfortable approaching new people. You get better at the small talk. When I first started traveling, I was an introvert and uncomfortable talking to strangers. Now, I…

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Daily TEDTalk Inspiration: “Benjamin Zander: The transformative power of classical music”

I just watched the amazing TedTalk by Benjamin Zander on “The transformative power of classical music”, and it really touched my heart.

In this highly emotional and powerful TedTalk Benjamin Zander gives a phenomenal presentation full of energy and passion sharing his devotion for classical music, and helping us all realize our untapped love for it — and by extension, our untapped love for all new possibilities, new experiences, new connections.

His choice to play one of Chopin’s pieces on the piano to get people to open their minds and embrace classical music is just wonderful!

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Creating the Life You Really Want: Stimulating Risk Is Inseparable from Living

Written by Jeff Willmore

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Nothing is so reckless as waiting for certainty—that’s a game we are sure to lose. Anyone who runs a business, chooses a mate, or just drives down the street knows there’s a risk. Stimulating those risks is inseparable from living. Our preferences can often tend toward comfort, familiarity, safety—but in opting for those, we often miss out, even to the point of giving up advancement, intimacy, adventure. Continue reading →