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Living an Adventure Filled Life – Lessons from COVID Times

February 12 @ 2:30 pm

Terri Lechton

Living an Adventure-filled Life – Lessons from COVID Times

Program Description

Did your list of potential adventures evaporate after the Adventure Summit in 2020 when COVID hit? Mine did as I canceled and postponed trips and activities. What I found was that even with restrictions on travel, there are several creative ways to continue to pursue new experiences and mini-adventures.

By expanding the view of what is adventure, we can all be adventurers! After COVID, we have more opportunities to experience the world and add to our life experiences. There are things we can do in the outdoors and there are things we can do from our couches.

In this session, we will look at how to develop your adventure list through interactive exercises, brainstorming, and sharing of stories. I will share a number of resources. We will also look at how to develop a list for children and those who are less mobile. Challenge yourself to live a more adventurous life in 2022!

Bio

Terri has been an adventurer most of her life despite persistent asthma that presents a challenge. She is currently writing and speaking about adventure in an attempt to motivate others to stretch themselves beyond their normal routines. Terri has traveled to over 40 countries and 6 continents including completing a half-marathon in Antarctica. She is a hiker, kayaker, and willing to try many things at least once. She has completed 7 long-distance bike rides (GOBA). In the past few years, she extended her adventures to completing study abroad programs in Japan and Cuba. In her day job, she is a business consultant and professor who winds stories of adventure into her discussions of strategy, management, and entrepreneurship. During COVID, she learned to creatively add adventure despite the lack of travel and face-to-face options.

Details

Date:
February 12
Time:
2:30 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Endeavour A
Wright State Student Union