Have you ever found yourself overwhelmed at work, wondering why you’re putting in so many hours – and for what? Maybe you’ve reached a nice level of success, but you still feel empty. Or you’re having a midlife crisis of sorts and thinking “there’s gotta be more to life than this.”
And then maybe you get the thought “Wouldn’t it be awesome to just chuck it all – quit the job, sell the house and all the other “stuff” – and go see the world That’s exactly what today’s guests did. In this podcast I’m interviewing Sara and Daniel Pederson from Vancouver, Canada.
They followed up on that dream and are doing it. So far they’ve traveled 125,000 miles, visited 61 countries, and about to depart for their most challenging ride yet.
In this interview I pull back the curtain and learn more about them. Who are these people that were able to turn their dream into the adventure of a lifetime. How did they do it? Who did they have to become to do it? What were the challenges? What steps did they take? What have they learned? What are the day-to-day challenges of living on a motorcycle?
What’s it like being with your spouse 24 x 7 and dealing with situations that make a daily spat in the kitchen look like child’s play? How have they grown – both individually and as a couple? And – with all this hard-earned wisdom they’ve gained – what do they think matters most?
Listen up if you want to learn the answers to these and other questions. And learn how you, too, can turn your dream from wishful thinking into a life-defining event.