Your Adventurous Life Awaits: 7 Coordinates for Living a Purposeful Life of Adventure

I think you might like this book – “Your Adventurous Life Awaits: 7 Coordinates for Living a Purposeful Life of Adventure” by Maryann Remsburg, Brian Remsburg. Start reading it for free:

Your Adventurous Life Awaits: 7 Coordinates for Living a Purposeful Life of Adventure is a self-help book and a practical guide to living a meaningful life filled with adventure. It is not just about adventurous exploits that we occasionally take when we go on vacation, or doing some wild physical feat that gives us an adrenaline rush. This book explores how we can make our daily lives adventurous by stepping off of our daily routines, taking new paths to our goals or taking a chance at something different. Adventure can take the form of emotional, interpersonal, intellectual and physical endeavours. Maryann and Brian’s use of stories, from their life and others, makes the book fun, relaxing and memorable. The reflective questions and suggestions get you thinking and prompts you to look at and evaluate your own life.

This book is an amazing read for individuals interesting in personal development. ‘Your Adventurous Life Awaits’ will give you a different perspective on life and challenge your mindset. The authors help you to determine your zone of comfort, explore your zone of challenges and reach for your zone of that’s crazy. I really enjoyed reading about their journey to adopt an adventurous lifestyle in their everyday life. Get ready to be nudged out of your comfort zone as you reflect on the areas of your life that you are holding back on as a result of fear, uncertainty, awkwardness or dead-end thinking.

Want to be more social, start that new venture, connect more with your family or learn a new skill then this book will definitely provide you with the necessary skills to get you started. Apart from this wonderful book, there is also a workbook that will help you take practical and applicable steps to live your adventurous life. Additionally, the Remsburgs’ provide a list of resources to help you on your journey.

I enthusiastically rate this book 4 out of 4 stars as it was well edited with no noticeable typos. Though nothing in the book is a unique or novel concept, I really enjoyed the writing style of the authors and the overall delivery of the content. Since this book is somewhat a memoir and practical guide and the authors are coaches, they do mention their faith and advertise their business but not in an obnoxious way.


Living adventurously in any area of life begins with an adventurous mindset.

Adventure could mean trying something new, like getting involved in your local community theater or trying paddle boarding. It could mean interacting with people you haven’t before by volunteering at a non-profit nearby or finding a way to assist those in need in your community. It may mean having mini-adventures in your hometown and taking time to explore places that you’ve never been to before. It might be working to grow relationships by taking your family on a cross-country road trip, going a day without any electronics,

What your adventures look like is not as important as the fact that you are taking on adventurous challenges where growth takes place.

Dead-End Thinking is any thought that hinders forward progress. It is often a belief about oneself that uses words or phrases like can’t, could never, impossible, or too hard. Dead-end thinking can cause you to fixate on one option and not consider alternate routes. This thinking is like a person who has turned down a dead-end street and feels stuck because their path ahead is blocked. They may believe there is no possible way to reach their destination.

Your Zone of Challenge is right outside your Zone of Comfort. You know you have stepped into the Zone of Challenge because things seem unfamiliar, just a little bit risky, and you don’t feel as confident here.

Rerouted Thinking is changing one’s perspective about a situation. Using words like might, consider, could, or hope demonstrates a belief that there is a possibility.

Knowing your what, your why, having gratitude, and holding on with grit will help you take the next step on your journey, despite the obstacles, failures, and distractions that will come.

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