Welcome to a more interesting life…

This page is dedicated to the lost art of leading an interesting life.  All too often these days the mediocre, overly safe, lazy and overall boring existence is the acceptable norm.

Most people never travel.  Most people don’t read books and look to improve themselves.  Most people are just all around lame human beings never reaching a fraction of their true potential.  By the time the average person is 40 years old they have very little to show for their 40 years of existence.  By the time they are 70 they look back on their life and realize that they wasted it.

My mission and the purpose of this site is to help those chosen few like-minded souls that wish to join me in the never ending battle against mediocrity and thirst to create a masterpiece of a life full of stories worth telling and days worth living.

I will share ideas, strategies, methods, missions and anything else that I have found both interesting and useful to become a person that you yourself admire and someone you can be proud to be.

If you’re still reading and wholeheartedly agree with all of this then I welcome you with open arms.  If such thoughts make you feel nervous and uneasy then you are still welcome to come along, or you can go back to your normal life of celebrity gossip, prime-time television, and the occasional trip to Disney world as the pinnacle of excitement in your completely average existence.

“Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. God Himself is not secure, having given man dominion over His works! Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. The fearful are caught as often as the bold. Faith alone defends. Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.”   – Helen Keller



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  • Kfm

    Reply Reply June 7, 2016

    Life is short. I noticed people become shy and instead doing something they’re interested in they right it off and blame other things rather then just doing it.

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