Are you looking to grow/start your Nu Skin business or just looking for reasons to be a little more excited when you get out of bed every morning. Maybe you want to launch a dream. Maybe you’ve worked up the courage to want to do something epic. Even if you haven’t shared that dream with anyone yet. Even if it’s still something private.
If you do have a secret dream, congratulations. Because a commitment to doing something great — something that makes us catch our breath a little — will take you farther than anything else will.
But you don’t build something epic just by getting a wild hair. Whatever you’re building — if it’s worthbuilding — you’ll go through three phases. (Dare, planning, Leap and after that enjoy the ride)
That dare is the big step. Once you’ve let yourself dream about something really big, the rest of it is logistics.
Whether you create your dream exactly the way you see it in your head isn’t the point. Daring is the point.
If you’re planning a jump from 39.000 meter that will take your body up to 1340 km/h in free fall … you’re going to need to do some planning.
The greater the mission, the more preparation you’re going to need.
You probably don’t know everything you need to know to make your breathtaking dream happen.
So educate yourself! And I will help you where you need it!
Your dream probably isn’t something you can do all at once. It will happen in stages. Figure out what those stages are.
Take practice jumps. Work out the problems that come up at 3000 meters before you climb to 39km
This is what most people call “the hard part.”, it actually is the fun part
This is what you’ll look back on later with great fondness and a hell of a grin on your face.
This is what pulls you out of bed in the morning so you can get started on the next milestone.
Solving problems, gaining knowledge, pushing out experiments … this is what being a human being is about. Enjoy it. Learn from it.
I hate the saying, “Leap, and the net will appear.”
That is a lousy maxim when you’re heading for the ground at over 1300 km/h
Build your net. Study your net. Understand your net.
Felix Baumgartner and Red Bull started working on their legendary space jump in 2005, and didn’t actually make the jump until 2012.
It took seven years to perfect the net. To work out the kinks and understand all the angles.
Realize that the net can never give you 100% certainty.
Jump anyway. It’s a hell of a ride. I will be there with you!