I usually alternate between interviews and solo episodes, but I decided to mix things up a bit this time around. Why? Because this conversation with Lex Latkovski is one I’ve wanted to get out into the world for a while now. And I felt that there was no better time than now to do so.
Lex’s mission is to have you to laugh and see the world and your life as an endless source of adventure and opportunity. He wants you to live a fulfilled life with no regrets – and to chase your dreams while you can.
Lex’s work is featured over at The Lexpedition and he’s the author of Passport Forward: Moving from Regrets and Routine to Freedom, Passion, and Adventure. He’s also a serial traveler and adventure seeker – something that isn’t as easy to make happen in 2020. Nonetheless, Lex’s message and sense of vitality were on full display during our conversation. I hope you enjoy it and it helps you – even in some small way – get more out of this amazing adventure called life!
- Lex shares a bit about himself, our common acquaintances, and what drives him
- Lex talks about what it took (and what kept him going) during his time as a zen monk
- What happened when Lex was at that retreat that made him realize he wanted to do this full time?
- Lex shares his thoughts on routines
- Did Lex have people by his side supporting him through this process?
- How does Lex deal with people who are negative in his life?
- Lex talks about the experience of writing his book
- Who are some of the authors that Lex has read that inspire him?
- What is one thing someone can do to start this whole process? And what is one thing Lex did that he found surprisingly beneficial?
“Put it out there, instead of keeping it a secret.“– Lex Latkovski
- The Lexpedition
- Andy Traub
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- Passport Forward: Moving from Regrets and Routine to Freedom, Passion, and Adventure
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