“The reinvention of daily life means marching off the edge of our maps.”
—Bob Black, American Activist
When people experience a plateau in life, they generally say something like, “been there, done that!”
Bob Black coaches us, with this quote, by reminding us that personal or professional “reinvention” is to literally venture beyond the edges of our worlds. In doing so, you will likely experience a new vibrancy and excitement as you explore and do different things in uncharted territory.
If you enjoy traveling, consider picking up a copy of 1000 Places to See Before You Die by Patricia Schultz, and book a vacation to a place on your Bucket List.
Should your finances or time be limited, plan some adventures in your own community or state—perhaps within 100 miles of your home, to experience a feeling of rejuvenation and reinvention in your own back yard.
Lastly, explore your inner world maps by proactively altering your perceptions or behaviors in situations that appear routine or predictable.