Action 1: When was the last time you did something for the first time, again?

In order to “Go Beyond” we must push boundaries and limitations, go outside thresholds and be uncomfortable. In doing this we create a certain reaction and stress within ourselves, the intensity of the action increases and we manifest change, adaptation and growth to the universe.   

Don’t get me wrong, it is scary, and somewhat terrifying to leave the comfort of what we know to explore a ‘better’ version of ourselves. It takes courage, patience and vision to move forward.  

Do the effects of going beyond outweigh the effects of staying? 

Why do you want to go beyond where you are now? What’s driving you? If you know your why, do you know how you will get there? 

Where are you sitting on your adventure cycle? Review Chapter 3 to get a solid understanding of where you are now on your call to adventure.  

Going beyond might not be as far as you think.

When was the last time you did something for the first time, again?

Welcome to your challenge.  

This is a challenge for you to do something you wouldn’t usually do. A “yes” day with some ground rules. This is designed to shake things up to allow for growth and new ideas.  

Think about where you’ve been and what you’ve done. Revisit old situations and adventures that sparked a good feeling. When was the last time you did something for the first time, again? 

Create your own version of a “yes” day, let loose and have fun.