This is not a program in the traditional sense – it is not an instruction-based program and it is not a step-by-step guide. It is likely different to anything else you have come across, in that it is an invitation to explore and to create for yourself.
I am quite sincere when I say this approach is radical because it invites you to think for yourself.
There are oodles of programs you can buy and download that will give you a step-by-step blueprint on how to create and live your life. Do this, then that, steps 1 – 10, in this order. And if that’s what you are looking for, you’ll surely find it – there’s no shortage of instruction-based, prescriptive programs on how to live your life.
But that’s not what you’ll get if you purchase the email series or buy the e-book. The postcards are not a program that spoon feeds you.
There are no instructions – but lots of invitations.
There are no directions – but lots of thought-starters.
The postcards are deliberately designed to open up the space for you to play. It gives you a place, every day, to start exploring new things – new ideas, new actions, new perspectives. Each postcard invites you to stand in a different position to where you were before. And to discover for yourself what you see, what that means, and where you want to go from there.
Call me crazy, but I have faith in you that you not only can explore for yourself and think for yourself, but that you’re better off if you do so.
There are 365 postcards and when you buy the email series, you will receive one per day. Some of these postcards you will love – they will be right up your alley. Others you won’t enjoy so much, and some you may actively dislike. Some will catalyse you and inspire you to explore, and others will not. This is to be expected.
I do not give refunds in the first 30 days because of these reasons: It takes a while to get into the swing of these postcards, to find your own rhythm and to find postcards that speak to you and that encourage you to explore and to take action.
In 30 days, if you are using the postcards as intended and really giving it a fair go, I am confident you will find value in the postcards.