I have been asked this question a few times over the past weeks?
My initial response is – Why Not Dreamers!
I encourage you to check out one of my initial posts on this blog “I have a dream” that I believe will answer the Why question.
Below is a paragraph from that post that I believe provides the essence of Why I felt it was time for Workamper Dreamers:
Posted June 3, 2009 on this blog:
Through my investigation of what Dreamers need to further their education, what often surfaced was the lack of personal understanding of just what the Dreamer wanted from life! What were their goals, or had they ever set a goal and worked to achieve it? Did the Dreamer have a purpose in life and would Workamping help fulfill that purpose. This investigation further pointed out that not only did we need to provide education about the lifestyle, but we also needed to either introduce to some, or refresh for others many of the simple, but not necessarily easy success principles to further their ability to meet their reality.
Workamping is an awesome lifestyle that allows many to realize so many dreams of a lifetime. The wonderful stories that I hear, time and time again express the joy received through travels and the development of new relationships that would never have been.
When I reflect upon the not so wonderful stories I hear; upon investigation they can usually be followed back to a lack of preparation on the individual’s part, or more precisely “poor dream development.”
Just this week we have be started the study of Jack Canfield’s book, The Principles of Success – How to Get From Where You Are, To Where You Want To Be. Jack’s book is a great tool for anyone, no matter where they are in their life’s walk. We will be utilizing the principles to help Dreamers expand their thinking and in the process further develop their dreams of the workamping lifestyle.
If you haven’t joined the dreamers program consider it today. Go to http://dreamers.workamper.com and click – Become a Dreamer.
Until next time…