We so badly want to maintain a posture of competence. We've got diplomas on the wall. Nice job titles. We use a virtual assistant to book our appointments. We're turning 30-something or 40-something this year, for crying out loud...
We're not supposed to be still learning, are we?
The answer is no - not if we want to stay where we are.
But that's not me.
And if you're reading this blog, I know that's not you either.
The minute I stop making asks and seeking help, someone please bury me.
I'm still in learning-mode.
Last week, I was picking Brewster's brain on marketing plans. Interrogating Wenzel on thought-leadership. Kerr on corporate partnerships. Foster on transitioning. And the Dyer brothers on messaging.
I designed Dream Year for people who are still in the mode of asking questions.
It's not for settlers.
We are a people who are perpetually disturbed by the status quo. And we like it that way. There's something alarming about the idea that "this is all there is."
And it's not for hobbyists.
If you don't want to generate revenue from the endeavor, maybe quit your job eventually, you need not apply. It's for people who have a strong idea for what they want to accomplish and need it to be sustainable.
Let's spend a year together and do something exceedingly great.
The application deadline is Friday, December 7.
*Dream Year Weekend in Charlotte photo by Thea Nelson