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The leader’s must-do adventure menu

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Robert Lentz

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hikingSelect any three options below and set out to accomplish them within the next calendar year. The life experience you acquire will not only be eye-opening, it will lend you credibility in the eyes of followers—and allow you to relate fascinating anecdotes for a lifetime.

Do something physically dubious. Hike for ten days in the back country, swim with the sharks in Australia, kayak down a river where the rapids can get greedy. Push your body to the limit to see what it feels like to get close to total exhaustion and even a little danger.   

Publish something. Technology has vastly simplified—and made pretty much free of charge—the process of self-publishing and selling a book no visibly different from any you’d buy at Barnes & Noble. It’s time to commit your deepest thoughts to paper by writing on the topic you know the best, or maybe even cranking out that novel you always dreamed of.

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