What would you do with a year to live?
Traver Boehm founded the Year To Live Project and is also an author, speaker, and transformational coach. Traver’s story of sobriety, travel, working with hospice, encouraging awesomeness, leaving his businesses, and finding himself will inspire you in this week’s episode of Evolved Recovery.
An excerpt from Traver’s website:
2015 was a challenging year for me to say the least. We hang our hats on only a few pillars of identity – be it our jobs, our relationships, our connection to church, or our family. Take one of those away and we can be left wondering who we are and what we’re here for. Believe me, I know.
When my wife left unexpectedly, I was crushed. When the harsh reality became clear a few days later that my business situation would also be transitioning, I was left with what can only be called a colossal crisis of identity. I’d be lying if I didn’t say that soon after there was a day – a moment to be clearer – THE moment when I looked at the twelve pack in my fridge and the loaded pistol in my drawer and knew that one could lead to an irreversible decision that I really didn’t want to make with the other. There were two distinct choices – go dark, or go light. Both required going all in.
In I went. All in.
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