There will always be struggles in life. That is inherent. Life is inherently risky. The biggest risk, however, is when you stop accepting the challenge and stop seeing the wonders that come ever day. Here are a few suggestions from our team of contributors about how they keep their lives full of adventure.
"I encourage people with disabilities to take advantage of the outdoors. There are many licensing opportunities specifically tailored to meet the needs of citizens with disabilities. There are also many creative ways you can be self-reliant in nature." - Grandin
Danny encourages everyone to seek employment. He enjoys adventures at the beach and showing and marketing premiere real estate every day. "When I receive a testimonial from a customer, it's a great feeling to know that I really helped someone and that they appreciate what I did. I get pumped and start dreaming of my next work adventure." Danny asks, "So, who is ready to buy or sell? I'm ready to make my next customer just as happy." Employment is possible after injury and this can be a source of great satisfaction.
I think Dr. Seuss and Henry Van Dyke sum it up best," explains Leslie. “Oh the places you'll go! There is fun to be done!" Dr. Seuss "Be glad of life, because it gives you the chance to love and to work and to play and to look up at the stars." Henry Van Dyke
Here are four ways you can add adventure starting today.
1. Do something new
Do something that is new to you. This could be trying a new activity, meeting new people, or going somewhere you have never been before. Will it be easy? Maybe, maybe not. Will it be rewarding? Absolutely.
2. Pursue an interest
Pick out something that you have always wanted to try, and start today! What are you waiting for?
3. Make mistakes as often as possible.
This is a clear indicator that you are seeking opportunities.
4. Let go of what is holding you back.
Inhibitions can make you self-conscious and unable to act in a relaxed way. Once you let go of anything holding you back, you may find that you will enjoy the dance of life!
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The opinions and experiences presented herein are for informational use only. Individual results may vary depending on your condition. Always consult with your health care professional. This individual has been compensated by Bard Medical for the time and effort in preparing this article for BARD’s further use and distribution. BMD/BMDA/1116/0337