I’ve been so busy (or in some cases so distracted) that I haven’t had a chance to blog (which bothers me, since I have tons of stuff to talk about). Therefore, I’m posting this quick article to simply state that I have plans to keep adding more content (i.e., articles, photographs, maybe even video).
Real quick, I would like to shoutout to all of those amazing people in my life who’ve helped or encouraged me this past year. You’re amazing and I couldn’t thank you enough. Much gratitude to you for believing in me.
A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out. ~Walter Winchell
This past weekend I attended a workshop that shows you how to create mastery in living an extraordinary life. The organization’s promise to everyone, to those who fully participate, is that you will leave with an authoritative capacity to make possible what once seemed impossible and experience complete freedom. Through their transformative learning approach, which is based on ontology, the branch of metaphysics dealing with the nature of being, you will be able to remove any obstacles that stand in your way.
Anyway, as a result of my experience, I will now be producing a collection of statements called “Inventing A Possibility.” Without going into detail, the general concept that I walked away with is that ALL WE REALLY HAVE is our word and that our word is powerful because it allows us to create our universe, literally. Furthermore, our word is worthless if not shared and thus I will be communicating my word in person to my social structure (i.e., family, friends, etc.) but also publicity here on my blog. These declarations will be organized under the category of “Inventing A Possibility” and any supporting or associated entries will be filled under “Authoring My Life.”
So the ski and snowboarding season here in Colorado has almost come to a close. And because I decided to buy an Epic Local Pass for the 2015-2016 season I thought it would be in my best interest to get one last day of riding in with my buddy to justify the cost of the pass.
If you are afraid of heights or falling and don’t want to lose out on that experience of actually flying (like those dreams you had as a kid) then consider trying out indoor skydiving! It is an adventure that you won’t ever forget and it is completely safe because it is within a reliable and controllable environment.
As for me, I am personally not at all afraid of heights or falling. In fact, I’ve gone and done the real thing at 10,000+ feet above sea-level and I absolutely loved it despite that fact that I could have died that day from doing a flip over our own deployed canopy; but I will save that amazing and crazy story for another day.