You may seek to be a better version of yourself. It’s why for your new year’s resolutions you declare you’ll workout more, finally learn a second language, or read more. Unfortunately, without the proper structures in place, those resolutions don’t have much of a chance of panning out.
Take control of how your life unfolds by curating healthy, positive travel experiences and transform into the best version of yourself as you grow! Learn a different way to look at exploring the world. Not only could it be for learning new cultures, but it could also be seen as an opportunity to learn about yourself and develop areas that you might not be able to do at home.
Travel is a great way to shake up your day-to-day routine and give yourself a better shot at changing your life. Travel gives you the space to be someone else and improve your life. It allows you to say, “What would the new me do?” and then do it without worrying that someone you know might notice.
Slow travel (especially when you learn a new language and/or go solo) don’t just open new worlds for you, but they create a whole new inner journey within you too. Travel forces you out of your comfort zones and helps hit a lot of your personal development goals all at once. It puts you into situations that force you to better yourself. It won’t instantly solve your problems — only you can do that — but at least, on the road, you have a clean slate to try.
It is the ultimate way to become a better, more confident you.
Join this presentation to learn…
- Why personal growth matters
- Look at travel experiences as “good for the soul”
- Why detach yourself from the “group” can be one of the best parts of the trip
- Designing rich, transformational travel experiences abroad
- Tips for making time to work on yourself while exploring somewhere new
- Robin’s #1 travel tip: learning local languages
About Our Speaker
Robin Who is a language lover, traveler, author, podcaster, and the self-development junkie behind Our Connected World (OCW). She’s been moving around the world since she was three years old. She’s lived in eight countries between Europe and North America and traveled extensively across four continents. She is ever-curious, spirited, and has a penchant for adventure and authentic connection. More than anything, she champions the notion that the secrets to elevated world travel are cultural immersion, purposeful goal setting and removing the language barriers that inhibit you from experiencing new and exciting destinations to their fullest.
She created OCW as a safe space where to uplift and empower women who want to conquer their travel, language and life dreams. She is set to inspire independent, mindful and transformative global travel.