Here’s the big play. As a species, if we keep doing things the way we are currently, then we’re finished. It’s over. We’re going to run out of food and water. The environment that is so perfectly in balance to support us when we are not wreaking havoc on it, will be destroyed. We can turn all that round.
But that’s just the basic foundation level.
There are over seven billion people on the planet. That means, because of how we’re doing things, every single year, billions of years of human potential are lost. Wasted. What would happen if we were operating closer to or full potential? Imagine what would be possible.
I’m not saying that everybody has to devote their lives to ending world hunger or saving the environment. Doing that simply isn’t going to work. What I am saying is that that if we live at our full potential then not only does your own life improve exponentially, but it also impacts on the people around us. Those who want to raise their game see that there is a way to do it. They see what is possible.
What this movement needs is people to lead the way. These early leaders need to have a superhuman level of commitment to developing themselves. They have to want to leave the excuses behind, be completely honest about who they are, and challenge themselves to do and become more. They have to be willing to do the difficult thing. This is the hard path to follow and it is only for the committed few.
Yet the reward is a life that combines success, purpose and true meaning. It’s one where we can make real impact. One where we lead by example to show the rest of the world what’s possible. Where we can look back on what our lives were and see the impact we created.
The choice to take that path is open to all of us. It just depends on what you really want. Who will you become and what will we do? Let’s find out.
My experience is that working at that deeper level, at the level of mindset, has
transformed me from a raw but passionate individual to someone who is very self-
aware and knows what I want to achieve and what is important to me in life. Making
change at that personal level has also brought huge benefits to the business – this
year we have grown by an incredible 500%.
– Angus Drummond, Founder and CEO of Limitless Travel