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Live to Be Free

December 22, 2014

Make the most of every moment when you walk away from the 9-5 grind and begin traveling the world and surrounding yourself with loved ones at WorldVentures.

It’s been said that freedom is not merely a state of being; it’s a state of mind. WorldVentures offers the opportunity for those with entrepreneurial vision to walk away from their 9-to-5 grind, which is great. But what then? What you do with those extra hours and resources will define just how free you really are. Our advice is to savor every moment doing the things you enjoy most with the people who matter. 


See the world. Nothing expands your view like travel. As a Rep, the world is your playground, where on a whim you can hop a plane and take a DreamTrip to Hong Kong, hunt big game in African, and calypso in the Caribbean. In such a world, there are no global boundaries, only rich cultural experiences. So enjoy!


Surround yourself with the people you love. In a world replete with change it’s nice to know that some things endure. Family and friends are forever, so draw them close and make them part of this journey. They will support you and keep you accountable as you ride the ebb and flow of the industry. 


Make the most of every moment. Waste no time with worry. You’ve worked hard to get here and you deserve to enjoy the fruit of your labor. Do the things you love, like traveling, going to movies, dining out, and spending quality time with friends and family. Symbolic work-life boundaries are almost impossible to maintain, so accept that as an entrepreneur, your personal and professional lives are inextricably linked. Therefore, find ways to include family instead of ways to exclude work. The very premise of WorldVentures makes this effort seamless. 


As self-help author Wayne Dyer so eloquently stated, “Freedom means you are unobstructed in living your life as you choose.”