During my six-year sailing odyssey, it didn’t take long to discover that going to sea meant taking some real risks. For example, you cannot cross an ocean if you’re not willing to lose sight of the shore. However, I learned that once you lose sight of the shore, you become immersed in the task at hand. This is often a key element in being able to face any risk — simply facing the task at hand makes you forget that you’re risking anything.
From my sailing journey, I’ve become used to risk-taking. Now I am forced to draw on that ability again as I embrace a new chapter in my life.
I have gone from businessman to sailor to author and now I’m proud to introduce my new chapter in life as a motivational speaker. While announcing a new website and reinvention of myself yet again, I am keenly aware of the risk of whether or not I will succeed at my new venture. But life is risky, and sometimes you have to be willing to take a chance at doing something great. It’s what makes your life a big adventure. Like a boat, life can’t be steered if you’re not moving, so I keep my life in motion. It’s what I call Living an Unstoppable Life.
I look forward to hearing your feedback. All the best for Your Unstoppable Life!