Unassuming lifestyle entrepreneur Kevin Swan joins us today to discuss his latest “project”–family airstreaming. This ex-marketing professional, current day photographer, and portrait album manufacturer has been “stair stepping” his way to a family centric life with a life quest road trip across the country in an Airstream trailer. If you’ve listened to our previous podcast with Chris Guillibeau, you know a thing or two about quests. I was introduced to Kevin by Nathan Holritz from I Have a Life blog whose specialty is work/life balance. That would also be a good podcast to listen to for support on priorities and balance- Have a listen.
We had an interesting conversation that brought up the value of taking action even when things aren’t perfect, learning to trust in oneself, and decision making. Kevin has embraced the concept that time is what we actually have and how we chose to spend it dictates the quality of our life.
Today’s episode is not specifically about airstream dreaming. It is about making decisions and acting on them. It’s about kicking fear to the curb and trusting that you can solve any problem that arises. Ultimately it’s about courage, trust and willpower. Three qualities each and every Creative Warrior must embrace everyday.
I’m thrilled Kevin had the ability to find a signal long enough to share some insights.
- The importance of self trust.
- Why don’t people start things?
- Use the “important list” to prioritize
- What is fear of failure really about?
- What’s really relevant to you?
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