Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Changin' Lanes is Back on the Road Again

"It's never too late to be who you could have been."

This is a re-post of a post I did back over the summer. The traffic has cleared up, so to speak, and Juan Pons and I are back in the driver's seat on this project. Read on.

Juan Pons and I are working on a new motivational project: Changin' Lanes. We are looking for personal and positive stories about people who have changed lanes, so to speak, in the business world – and in their life. People who changed lanes to follow their passion – to live the life they want to live.

I actually did this myself – several times in my career. I know many folks who have made the move.

I announced this project on twitter and facebook last week. You can join and follow along.

One goal of this project is to offer inspiration and motivation to those who want to change lanes. Another is to put like-minded folks together.

This project is not limited to photography. If you own a bicycle shop and used to be an investment banker, for example, we'd love to hear from you.

Much is planned for Changin' Lanes - including a reality television program, blog and maybe even a convention.

If you have changed lanes, if you are thinking about changing lanes, or if you know someone who wants to change lanes, etc., please email me at All we need is text at this time.

All stories will be evaluated. If we use your story, you will be notified for more information.


Here's another cool quote: "If you love what you do, you never have to work a day in your life."

Thank you – and good luck in following your passion and dreams.

P.S. Need some inspiration now? Check out my app for the iPad, Life Lessons We Can Learn From Mother Nature.

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