Are you thinking about changing your job but are fearful of doing so?
Have you been offered an international assignment but the prospect of leaving loved ones is too much?
Or do you watch other people lead a more fulfilling, exciting life laden with opportunities and adventure, wondering why the same thing never happens for you?
I’ve experienced all of this and more. I changed my location, working world, way of life and approach to lifestyle. I wanted to live my life to the fullest, not watch it pass me by. I wanted more from this life and I point-blank refused to settle for less.
So I created a blog called In Search of a Life Less Ordinary, which has gone on to become a leading expat, travel and lifestyle site. The blog is about making major life changes for the better – from moving abroad to changing your working world, exploring the great outdoors to learning to make time for the things that matter.
I recently relaunched the blog and, with the relaunch, I released a new eBook called The Life Less Ordinary Manifesto. Best of all, I want to let you know that it’s completely free and now available to download.
The site and eBook are awesome. Russell’s openness and willingness to share his knowledge and experience are what make him one of my favourite online voices.
– Katie Mayors, Host of Wanderlust on Bondi Beach Radio
About the Manifesto
I wrote The Life Less Ordinary Manifesto as a call for people to declare their intentions to live life differently – on their terms, not the way others expect.
It’s about knowing when it’s time to make those major life changes, whether changing a job, moving location or simply making tweaks to a currently unfulfilled life.
I wanted to create a short eBook based on popular blog posts that showed the challenges you might face in changing your life for the better and how to take those first small steps towards living a life with more fulfilment and purpose.
Helping you learn how to do what you love most. How to be who you want to be. How to find wonder in the world.
A truly original voice with a pen overflowing with insight and positivity. This book is packed full with gems of wit and wisdom.
– Jack Scott, Bestselling Author of Perking The Pansies and Turkey Street
What You’ll Learn in the Manifesto
If you’re facing difficult decisions and crave change in your own life, then this manifesto is for you. You’ll learn:
- The steps I took to improve my life and give it greater meaning.
- When the time is right to make those changes to live a less ordinary life.
- That change won’t be easy but it will be worth it.
- How to take those first steps to turn a dream into an exciting new reality.
How to Get Your Own Free Copy
You can get your own free copy of The Life Less Ordinary Manifesto by joining my newsletter list at the Manifesto landing page here.
Once you confirm your email address, you’ll receive a link to your free PDF copy of the manifesto.
This is excellent. I love it. But then I knew I would because it’s exactly what I believe too.
– Vicki Jeffels, Award-Winning Expat and Travel Blogger
The Ways You Can Help
This manifesto is free and is being downloaded around the world. If you have already downloaded it yourself, then I want to say a heartfelt thank you. It means a lot to me.
If you would like to see the manifesto reach more people, please share among friends, family and within your circle of influence. Post the link on Facebook, email the manifesto page URL here to a friend, download the eBook and make copies for the people around you.
Most importantly, please tell me what you think. Did you enjoy it? Could you relate to it? Leave a comment below or email me directly using the contact form on the blog.
Download Your Free Manifesto Today
Time to change your life? Ready to stop dreaming and start taking positive action to make those changes?
Let’s do this.
Just enter your email in the sign-up box to get your FREE copy of my eBook. Once confirmed, I’ll send a PDF straight to your inbox — at no cost to you whatsoever.
I hope you love the new look site as much as I do and enjoy reading The Life Less Ordinary Manifesto. Don’t forget to let me know what you think below or on the blog itself.