Go on improvement road trips!

Improving yourself, relationships, or your organization is like a journey. We’ve all heard this many times I’m sure.

What if we look at improvement as a ROAD TRIP?




Half planned and half improvised…

Where the journey is as exciting as the destination…

I’ve gone on many road trips

  • developing myself
  • growing my career
  • helping organizations improve their cultures
  • coaching individuals and teams to success

The best road trips are the ones where I knew it was an adventure while I was on it.

This recession is a detour, an unsought for part of all of our road trips. How can we adventure as much of it as possible?

Make your life an adventure. Go on improvement road trips.

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4 Comments on “Go on improvement road trips!”

  1. Rich Says:

    The best part about road trips is getting lost.
    You see stuff when you get lost; you notice what’s around you.
    Okay, so it can be frustrating, not knowing where you are.
    But life’s sort of like that; you get lost, you get frustrated, you see and learn new things, you move on.

    Life doesn’t come with a GPS.

    • bobfaw Says:

      Ah yes, Rich, the improvisational part of road trips! This is so much of what makes them adventures.
      Getting lost on our improvement paths can be equally frustrating… and educational.
      We show our grit when we laugh about it, learn, and move on. Success builds confidence, and getting lost builds experience, perseverance builds strength.
      I hope to see you on the blog again!

  2. Sara Says:

    I am really enjoying your blog! It’s full of thought-provoking information. Today I want to remember your last line as I go forward with my afternoon: “How can we adventure as much of it as possible?”

    Thank you for sharing your ideas in this format!

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