I love to travel. I love to visit new places and I love to see new faces. Ever since I started my journey as a solo entrepreneur, I have been saying yes to things I usually would have said no to. I am saying yes because I have read books like Turning Pro and I have talked to fantastic people like Mark Harai. ￼I have discovered that life is much more fun if I say yes to the opportunities, without thinking too much about the consequences.
I have been thinking about what happened after I decided to publish my novel for free. I have met so many incredible people, and I have received a lot of positive feedback. I have no idea what would have happened if I had sold the book instead, or what would have happened if I hadn’t written the book. But I don’t regret my decision to write it, and give it away. To me, writing the novel and publishing it is part of a learning process, and it’s the same reason why I published Fuzzy for free (the short story I wrote in English).
It’s part of how I want to live my life.
I might be in Las Vegas and Los Angeles in April
I am still thinking about whether I should travel from Norway to Las Vegas and Los Angeles in April. I haven’t decided if I am going to say yes to the trip or not, and the reason why I am writing this post, is because I want to get my thoughts out in the open, and I want to get some feedback from you.
I know that both Las Vegas and Los Angeles sounds awesome. I have never been to Las Vegas, and the trip will be to the
2013 NAB SHOW at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The conference sounds great, and I’ll be traveling with some friends from Norway. But the reason I am thinking about whether I should go or not, is that it will be fairly expensive, and I am not sure what I’ll learn from going, and who I’ll meet. And, what the ROI for my business will be.
But, that’s not my biggest fear. I still have a fear of flying, and that’s probably something I’ll be struggling with for the rest of my life. So, right now, I’m struggling with the decision. Should I stay or should I go?
I am not sure if I should be thinking about the ROI or not. Maybe I should just think of it as a once in a lifetime trip. Or maybe I shouldn’t think at all. Maybe I should just do it?