An Action Plan for Dreamers is a weekly 20-minute podcast where we provide practical and actionable advice about what it takes to create the life you crave. It’s short enough to listen on your commute or coffee break and contains practical steps you can take to move closer to your dream life.
Rebecca Solnit once wrote, “walking articulates both physical and mental freedom.”
We are currently in the midst of our own 5 week, 509km (300 mile) walk along the Turkish coast and are enjoying the peace and comfort that comes from getting away and enjoying being close to nature. Today we’re talking about the benefits of taking a nice long walk…one that takes weeks instead of hours.
Long walks give us the opportunity to reconnect both with each other, as well as ourselves. We can walk for hours a day talking, thinking, and imagining the future. In our last walk we made some crazy plans (more on that in the podcast) and looking forward to what comes out of this adventure.
We are delighted to talk with Hillary Augustine in this episode. She has been called an innovator, poet, wordsmith, cultural engineer, and financial energizer. She works with innovators and cultural creatives to excavate stuck places and mobilize people towards wholeness and internal financial resonance. Find out more about Hillary’s work at www.imexcela.com
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Today’s sponsor is Declutter Clinic, the course we created to help you clear the space in your home so you can enjoy more of the experiences you want in life. An active life needs plenty of space! Find out how to create more room in your life at DeclutterClinic.com.
On next week’s show we’ll be talking to a woman who went from corporate life to working for herself. How do you complain about the boss when it’s you? We’ll find out together next week.
Until next time, remember to take the first step and keep on moving.
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