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As you may know, I’m a big advocate of microadventures and local exploration. I’m a firm believer that you don’t have to spend lots of money, travel far away, or take large risks to experience the thrill of an adventure…
But that doesn’t mean that you can’t.
The fact that there is great value in microadventure doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t have a grand adventure. In fact, you definitely should.
Are you ready for your first big adventure?
I don’t just write about adventure because I love it, I write about adventure because I believe that adventuring has the capacity to change lives, and I want you to experience it firsthand! I’ve helped tons of people go from sitting on the couch to getting out and doing the stuff they’ve dreamed of. From their first day hikes to their first camping trip, people are hitting the road and the trail.
Now, I find that many of my readers are asking a different question; what comes next?
The answer is simple.
A Grand Adventure.
I’ve written my e-book, Adventure Ready for everyone that feels like it’s time to take the next step in adventuring, but isn’t 100% sure what to do about it. Think of this book as a starter guide to help you get from microadventure to macroadventure.
Now, let me tell you what this isn’t:
- This isn’t a step by step how-to guide that will tell you exactly what to do (but it will teach you how to figure this out on your own).
- This isn’t a travel guidebook that will tell you where to go and what to do when you get there (but it will tell you how to start doing that research on your own).
- This isn’t the only way to plan, prepare, or execute an adventure (but it is an effective way to do so).
How to Plan an Adventure.
This is a learning tool that will help you learn how to plan an adventure. In Adventure Ready, I share with you the methods I use to plan and prepare for my own adventures, both big and small. I’ve made a lot of mistakes like forgetting gear, budgeting poorly, getting lost, and not knowing what to do in an emergency. This book will help you learn from my mistakes so you don’t have to make them.
I have used this system to plan road trips, backpacking treks, and international travel. Read this book, follow the steps, and before you know it you’ll plan an adventure… And then the fun really begins!
Are you Adventure Ready?
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