Where I'm heading: The Future and a Note by Derek Sivers on Failure

Inspiration to do things: Where I'm Heading
Chilling on the Beach!

I’ve been struggling with the direction for this website. This beautiful discombobulated glob of figures, images and videos is at times entertaining, but it lacks a needed rudder.

I’m wrapping it up as a sort of lovely failure. One for which I am very proud. Failure is awesome, check this out:

Link to the books mentioned by Derek Sivers in the above video:
Mindset: The New Psychology of Success
The Art of Learning: An Inner Journey to Optimal Performance

If you’ve been keeping up you are a star. Such patience for my disorganization!

None-the-less, I’ve learned heaps! I’m proud of this strange mess I’ve created. I’ve earned about $12 in affiliate sales (huge thanks to everyone who used me as a portal to their amazon purchases of Call of Duty, Books, Coffee Makers, body wraps, CDs and so much more!)

I’ll be moving my travel information over to a new website. This will be more focused on providing people with great ideas for travels. I’ll maintain a constant voice and talk only of epic, frugal travel advice.

Soon I’ll kick start a blog focused on my search for financial freedom. This new blog will document the year of 2012 and my climb from┬ápoverty in New Zealand to location independent, financial freedom and tropical surf living. While I work hard to find the ability to work while traveling, I’ll be documenting my efforts so that anyone who does it after me can use my successes and failures as a guide.

I’ll keep this site open as a place for me to vent excess information that doesn’t fit into the other two sites. Also, this site will as a anchor to my others so I can refer people to this site to build a network.

Anyways, thanks so much for following me. If you have read to this point, you’re a star! Please feel free to leave a comment below or e-mail me if there is anything I can do to help you out!

Happy New Year!

2 Replies to “Where I'm heading: The Future and a Note by Derek Sivers on Failure”

    1. I’ve read about the value of failing from so many other sources, but adding Robert Kennedy to that list just deepens it’s importance. Thanks Mom, Love you.

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