“The very basic core of a man’s living spirit is his passion for adventure. The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun.”
I apologize about my lack of updates recently. But I’m happy to say it’s because I’ve been busy: completed one novel and halfway through another. If all keeps going well, I should definitely be on track to publish my new trilogy, The Witch’s March, next year. And then also as you know the holidays… what time hasn’t been taken by my work has been spent happily in the company of family. Whatever holidays you celebrate, if any at all, I hope were happy and warm!
As you all know, I am a strong advocate for seeking adventures both on pages and off. Back in college, I was surrounded by business-minded people who were passionate about finding their jobs with the best firms where they could climb themselves to corporate success. I really admired them, and still do. To give you my attitude when I was amongst them, I think it’s easiest to explain via my ‘littles’ within my business fraternity. One of them a New Business Account Executive for Google in New York City, and the other is an aspiring actor in Los Angeles.
Dylan Pritchett served on my pledge class’s executive board with me, and he stayed active in the fraternity with me as well. Yet, somehow, through our almost three years of knowing each other, I never knew his real dreams. I think that we were just in an environment that told you if it wasn’t a tradition 9 to 5 job, you weren’t going to succeed. And while I would never tell any of you what to do with your life, I would encourage you to not limit yourself to others’ expectations. Getting that waitressing or receptionist job so you can work less hours and focus on the bigger, better dream is not a bad choice. It’s not belittling; it’s inspiring.
A Wild Tomorrow is a platform dedicated to helping ordinary people achieve their extraordinary dreams. Whatever they may be, Dylan wants to help you find your purpose, achieve your dreams, and live your life the way you’ve always wanted to. On your own terms. Not in 5 or 10 years. Today. He offers multiple methods for you learn, including both a podcast and a blog. His learnings aren’t limited to just one type of help either: he offers advice on keeping your mental health strong, coin in your bank account, and happiness at the center of everything.
Finding your dream is like finding a mountain. You can see its beauty already, but know that the further you climb, the better it’ll be. Start that climb today, and let A Wild Tomorrow give you the tools you need to make the climb just a bit easier, and the journey just that more enjoyable.