What do Epic Adventures, Eric Hutchinson, and E-book’s have in common?
Quite a lot, actually.
The Hubster and I have been fans of Eric Hutchinson and his music for a long time. His music is catchy, his lyrics are smart, and his sarcastic banter at his live shows kind of makes my heart skip a beat.
When I found out that he was performing in Pittsburgh last week, there was no question we would be going to the show.
We waited to purchase our tickets at the door, knowing that it was a Monday night concert and would not likely be sold out. As we were walking to the ticket window, an older gentleman (with family in tow) approached us and asked if we needed a ticket for the show.
The more we talked with this gentleman, the more we learned about him. We found out that his son had been roommates with Eric Hutchinson in college, and had the photographic evidence to prove it. He also mentioned that Eric had become an ordained minister so that he could officiate his son’s wedding in a few months.
And if that wasn’t epic enough, he told us that his son (aka Eric’s roommate) was a writer for a little show called Community. A little show that happens to be The Hubster’s favorite.
But wait, the epic adventure doesn’t end there.
After meeting this guy and purchasing our tickets, I did what any normal girl would do: I tweeted Eric Hutchinson.
(Okay. Maybe I’m not normal. But that’s how I roll.)
And you know what, he wrote me back.
After squealing with delight several times and forcing myself to regain composure, I sent him this gem back:
And an epic show, it was.
Two songs in, Eric was directing the crowd. “You’ll sing for a bit here. Then I’ll sing for a bit. And then we’ll meet up at the end for an epic chorus.”
That’s right. The man used the word epic in a sentence. On stage. After our scintillating conversation.
Now, you may or may not believe that I had any impact on his choice of words. But I do. And The Hubster did, too.
My point in sharing a story about my Monday night is this:
Epic adventures are possible at every turn. Particularly when you decide that you are ready to live a bigger, more powerful, more epic life.
Let’s go on an epic expedition of empowerment together.
Are you ready to set your dreams in motion and start living a life filled with passion, purpose, and panache? And perhaps a few scintillating conversations with your favorite musicians (or celebrities) on Twitter thrown in for good measure?
I have the perfect plan to get you started. And it’s in the form of an Epic E-Book.
In this Epic E-Book, I’ll walk you through the ideas and exercises that have transformed my life — and the lives of my clients — and brought those ambitious dreams into being.
Posted by Emily Levenson