Many philosophers and writers like Mark Twain see travel as essential for a balanced and full life.
Difficult situations that arise while travelling, force the mind and body to heights you never knew you had. You can then draw on this enhanced thought in every-day situations or business problems.
Furthermore, the larger the obstacle you overcome on the road, the smaller your everyday problem will appear back home. Boosting your self confidence and making you feel more comfortable.
Travel Gets the Subconscious Mind Working
Sometimes your imagination will be stimulated by something different you saw on the road. Allowing you to reflect on the experience to achieve success in a different way.
This can have a dramatic effect on the rest of your life
Either emotionally: making you a better person – more understanding or sociable. Or materialistically: opening a new opportunity to make money.
A Change Makes a Difference
A different way of living or the time to think freely is beneficial. I find business books at an airport pay for themselves many times over. If I wasn’t on the flight, I wouldn’t have brought the book, and defiantly wouldn’t have had the time to read it. Similarly, writing while flying, can be more creative because the mind thinks differently.
The more contrary the type of travel or living is to your everyday life: the more benefit. Try camping, climbing, or living on a boat. Likewise, if you live a little rough usually: book a budget luxury room somewhere stimulating.
I’ve met some of my best friends travelling. Interesting people I see decades latter, and would never have come across otherwise.
In short: travel is essential to success in life. Greater than most realise. And the more adventurous the trip, the more benefit.
Forget boring package holidays where the mind has little to work. Research online or invest in a Lonely Planet book, and go it alone. The problems you overcome will enrich your everyday living on return. And the opportunities you come across…..
Look back at your life: do you regret doing more things, than you regret not doing?
Don’t miss out – organise an adventurous trip right now!
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