It’s still snowing in Boulder.
And the weather in Banff isn’t much better over the coming week.
So my dad and I made a quick decision:
We’re changing our flight plans.
And instead of going to Alberta where winter hasn’t turned quite yet, we’re flying to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where we’ll take a high-altitude tour of the Teton Mountains.
Then from there, we’re headed to our ultimate destination in Ketchum, Idaho.
Well, in 2017, it became an official “Dark Sky Community” and falls inside Central Idaho’s “Dark Sky Reserve,” which is the only certified reserve of its kind in the U.S.
That means, light pollution is nearly non-existent there.
So the stargazing is fixin’ to be outta this world.
And even though the trip isn’t the Banff adventure we first planned, we’re making the most of it and going on an awesome escapade anyways.
But I bring this up for a reason…
Because I’ve found that flexibility is valuable in business, not just travel plans.
It helps to be nimble.
Because when roadblocks appear, you can adjust.
And as you get more information (or the data change), then your plans adapt.
… Which is the reason I have MASSIVE changes to my business underway.
Now, I’m not quite ready to announce them yet.
They stand to impact my patrons at every level: free subscribers, Copywriter Conditioning buyers, and Copy Dojo members — but each in a different way.
What I can say though, is that the folks who get in early will benefit most. So if you’ve been thinking about trying any of my trainings, now is the time:
Your pen pal,