I blame my father!

If someone offers you an amazing opportunity and you're not sure you can do it, say YES - then learn how to do it later

 — Richard Branson

My passion for travel I blame (or should I more correctly I am inspired by) my father! And I’ve told him that too. When he sees pictures of me in various corners of the world he just smiles and says to his girlfriend (of an impressive 83, ten years younger than his even more impressive 93) “I wonder where she got that from?”

For as long as I can remember I’ve had the ‘travel bug’. And before that when I wasn’t old enough to decide, Dad did. He was a ‘nomad’, as was his father when folks back then didn’t even travel, at least not very far, far being places like Turkey from Denmark when they barely had cars.

So it was inevitable that I would get that insatiable thirst and restless feet syndrome. I know that many of my buddies are similar. Travel broadens our horizons and puts us in touch with different types of people, cultures, architecture, landscape, animals and a myriad of other things. It challenges us, pushes us beyond our self imposed limits.

It makes us live a REAL life instead of a virtual one. For me, I’ve come to realise (only over the last years) that I need travel – it feeds and nourishes my soul, it fulfils my sense of adventure and getting new experiences. That is why I’ve gone into the travel business – enter GlenergyTravel. I’m getting paid to travel (as can you) – YAY!

To top it off I’m combining my other passion of Mentor Coaching – both supporting, encouraging and boosting my team that I’m building, as well as my usual one2one mentoring. How lucky am I?
My travel team and I are going places whilst having fun (loads of it) and adventure (more loads of it) and self imposed excitement! I show them how to reduce and eliminate stress around finance and get out of a ‘stuck in a rut’ type job.

One condition though, you have to LOVE travel. Want to know more? Just reply to this email.
Love and blessings Glen

PS: Keep an open mind – “things are never what they seem” (they’re usually heaps better).