Wondering how to get out of that rut you’ve been in for years?
Are you feeling lost and confused but afraid to admit it to anyone because you feel you should “have it sorted” by now?
Want to build a “passion based” business that is an extension of who you are?
Are you awakening spiritually but don’t know where to turn?
The good news is that you’re not alone, many men are feeling this way, and these are just SOME of the questions we ponder.
As men we often talk about building businesses, success, entrepreneurship, physical health and having a champion’s mindset; but what we don’t talk about as often is the part of greatness that is harder to define and rarely talked about:
Spirituality and Connectedness to Nature…
Outer power is valued by men and they often spend their entire lives pursuing it. But during this chase, men often forget to develop their inner strength, because that has no social value.
Without inner strength, men become hollow from the inside.
Eventually these men wake up one day feeling like life has passed them by and discover that spark they once had in their eyes when they were young and eager to take on the world has gone.
I can help you reignite that spark…
I created The Late Starter because I saw a need in our culture to connect men to their gifts, talents, and passions. I want to encourage men to find a way to make a living as an extension of who they are – and be accepted for that.
Spirituality and connectedness with nature has really helped me get through many of the bad times I’ve experienced in my own life.
Spiritual teachings gave me strength and courage as well as knowledge and knowing that
I am we are never alone, and; spending a lot of time in nature really brought that feeling of connectedness home for me, it grounded me and made me feel whole – from the inside out.
I felt clarity and peace.
You don’t have to put up and shut up and do the miserable jobs.
Be what you are supposed to be, and express your true self.
If you don’t know what your purpose is, then you need to reconnect with nature. Just as our hunter gatherer ancestors tracked animals; you track your purpose in the same way. When a hunter loses track of an animal he is tracking, he goes back to the hot track (the last point of contact). In the same way when tracking your own purpose, you would go back to the last time you felt alive and joyful – and go from there.
Martha Beck taught me that, and it’s something that made a lot of sense to me.
For men to get unstuck and find purpose and meaning in their lives, they really need to reconnect with nature and reconnect with animals – not as a concept, not sitting behind computer screens or in virtual ways – but really get back to the 5 sensory felt relationship with nature.
Eventually what arises is the so called 6th sense; what arises is a re-patterning of how our minds are working; what arises is an expanded state of being.
Meaning, purpose and connection to the world around us is then strengthened, and everything changes for the better. – things start falling into place.
- Uncertainty turns into certainty
- Confusion turns into clarity
- Fear of the future is gone and replaced with feeling like you have new possibilities and exciting new avenues to explore
- Feeling helplessness about your situation dissipates
Transformation occurs from the inside…
The answers are inside you, and once you find them there, you’ll never have to look outside yourself again.
“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better. –Albert Einstein“
How can you find the time figure this out while working a full-time job… while raising a family?
Instead of digging through hundreds of books, thousands of posts online and wasting time on strategies provided by those who haven’t lived in the ‘man’ world…
…subscribe to The Late Starter below (it’s free), and you’ll get PROVEN hacks, tips, and encouragement from a future NY Times best-selling author, writer, and fellow Late Starter; me, Eden James.
And the best part? I’ll cut through the fluff, showing you exactly what works how you can start living your best life.
All because I have a passion for the teachings nature provides, spiritual teachings, meditation and mindfulness (in my day we called it ‘buzzing out in nature”), as well as a knack for breaking down difficult concepts (try reading The Edinburgh Lectures of Mental Science in one sitting!), and all things “woo woo” into INSANELY PRACTICAL TIPS that you can start benefiting from TODAY.