After you have formed a travel plan you'll probably be confronted with obstacles or responsibilities that may want to put a dent in your goal. These challenges can be overcome. Use the methods previously described in the Goals Course to find solutions. For particularly difficult challenges you may want to set up a complete plan solely for the solution of your obstacle. Break your obstacles down into conquerable pieces.

You want to travel so just do it. Travel. Worry about that other stuff later. If you must deal with something before you leave, deal with it and leave. Have a spouse? Take him or her along. Kids? Take them along or leave them with a sitter while you're away. Bills to pay? Pay the bills, get rid of the bills, cut them down or deal with them when you get back from your trip.

Remember, your focus is not on the obstacles you may face, but on your goal. Your goal is to travel, so travel. Petty things like bills and who will take care of Gertrud the goldfish while you are gone are easy. You can't eliminate your bills right now? Travel anyway. Those bills will be there whether you travel or not, so do what you want to do. You can't please everyone so you might as well please yourself. Be responsable, but handle the truly important things well and then go.

There are always ways to solve problems. You just need to find them. If you use the principles described in these courses you will find them.

One of the hardest moves to make is just leaving for your trip. Taking that first step out the door. There always seems to be one more thing to do and another excuse not to go. That's what these "reasons" are: excuses. One is able to hide fear behind excuses.

Don't let fear and worry overcome your desire to travel. Things will never be perfect and there is only one perfect time to go. That time is now. Just go. Once you leave your fears will melt, you'll have a sense of relief and you'll wonder why you didn't do this much, much earlier.

Travel Course: Planning Vs. Winging It

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