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3 Ways to Handle "Rocky Waters" + Celebrating!

🤔 How would you handle a rocky water ... in a kayak ... with a dog? 🛶 🐶

 

1. Stay close to shore.
➤ You don't have to venture far (unless you want to). Stepping out of your comfort zone can happen almost anywhere you want it to.

➤ Have a buddy with you. Who do you like to travel with?

2. Keep moving. You won't feel the rocking as much.

3. Have good "equipment" to maximize your experience.
➤ Paddle keeps you moving without exhausting you
➤ Focus on your core for balance

4. Celebrate!

 

🎊🎊🎊 Celebrating is so important 🎊🎊🎊

 

✔️ Celebrate your successes
✔️ Celebrate your steps
✔️ Celebrate your milestones

 

NOW! Is the best time of year to think about what you want to celebrate in 2020 (and 2021)!

 

📣 What will you want to celebrate?
📣 What milestones do you have coming up?
📣 What goals do you want to achieve?

🤩 How do you want to celebrate?
🤩 Who do you want to celebrate with?

 

Get your celebrations on the calendar = excitement + anticipation

 

Let's get your celebration started ➨ https://www.rebelonthego.com/contact

 

TRANSCRIPTION

 

How would you handle a Rocky kayak? Well, actually the Rocky water in a kayak with a?dog. Hi there, it's Wendy Guth, founder Rebel on the Go Travel, creating radical real life changing travel for a bunch of amazing kick-butt women. And I'm here today. I'm in the middle of Guantanamo Bay and I want to share with you, on a kayak, four ways of dealing with these Rocky seas. And it actually really is Rocky. I don't know if you can tell that I'm bobbing up and down more than usual when I got back. So number one is you want to stay close to shore. And in that way it can be a metaphor for pretty much anything. For me, it's like I keep my a kayak buddy in this case, my husband pretty close and I do, I stay close to shore. You get the same experience as if you're drifting further out into the water, but to have a sense of security and you know that the water isn't so deep that you can't, well not just walk to shore, but in this case, I mean actually not just swim to shore but in this case and walk to shore.

So the second thing is to keep moving and this video is actually going to be really short for just that purpose. You keep moving, you don't feel the rockiness as much and it takes your mind off of it, which is a good thing, a very good thing. So I always just keep moving, keep moving, keep focusing. And the third thing is have good equipment. In this case, it's finding your balance and having a good paddle. So you do need certain things in order to make the experience better. Great. Actually, I have a good paddle and I work around to find my balance and I'm actually doing that right now. So these are the important things.

 

And the last thing is when you get to your final spot, you celebrate, which I will be doing because I can say that after, actually two, almost two and a half years here, this is probably the rockiest it's ever been and the rockiest it's ever been that I've actually recorded anything. So yeah. So you want to stay close to shore, you want to find your balance and have the right equipment and keep moving and celebrate. Yeah, that sounds really good, doesn't it? Ooh, big bug. Big bug flew into dog's face. Oh. Anyway, so, yeah. So then the celebration part is really so very, I think important. It's wonderful to celebrate your successes, celebrate your steps, celebrate your milestones. I love when celebrations are part of experiences. And this is the best time of year to think about that, you know, setting goals for 2020, what do you want to do?

What do you want to achieve? How do you want to celebrate when you get there? What milestones do you have? Do you have a big birthday coming up? And Hey, the cool thing is I just found out that 67% of gen X or, and actually I saw statistics as high as 99% of millennials who have something to celebrate, some experience that they want to do. They already started planning and it's not just for 2020, but it's into 2021 as well. So, Hey, I'm going to drop a link below as to how you can reach out to me and I'd love to help you just get your celebration started, get thinking about it. Where do you wanna go? What do you want to do? And you know what? It doesn't have to be a grand European tour trip around the world, though in some cases those are really nice. It could be that wonderful event in your hometown, I guess. I always think that I'm lucky and forget that I'm in the Washington DC area. Um, and there's just, it's my hometown, yet there is so much that I could do right there. Don't have to travel very far. Does it require a plane, which allows me to, you know, experience maybe a great hotel, maybe a fantastic meal or a museum. Anyway, we can make any of that happen for you as well. So again, I'm going to drop a link below and it is time for me to get moving again. Talk to you soon.

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