Guest Post by Charlene Rhinehart
Pressing pause and leaving the corporate casino to travel the world may sound scary, especially if you are a young professional still trying to make a name for yourself. But traveling may be the best thing you can do to maximize your future growth potential and impact. You don’t want to reach your 40s and 50s not discovering what you wanted to do when you were younger. It happens all the time, but you have a strategic opportunity to change this doom and gloom career behavior and make your mark on the world by going beyond the constraints of the world that you occupy every day.
Save your money, allocate the time, give up all the excuses, and start planning your next travel destination. What do you have to lose? Take advantage of the plate of possibilities that you have at your disposal before you are stuck in the rat race, are pinned down by family obligations and lose confidence in your ability to dream bigger than your current circumstances.
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