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My Adventurous Ambition

Posted on the 26 October 2011 by Exceedpossibility @exceedpossible
Ambition; you either have it or you don't - if you have ambition you can either chase it or be content in let it sliding away while you don't really do anything to achieve your goal. Similar to my Courage poster I have an Ambition post on my wall, while it's not a great poster I feel it's important to have ambition; in my case adventurous ambition.
I want to do things that very few are done, I want to raise awareness of issues critical to everyone, I want to go to places very few see yet I'm surrounded by people who apparently have no ambition in life past getting a degree and a job; I don't want to criticise this way of thinking....but I suppose I am! I have chosen to vent my ambition of adventure through this blog and hopefully later in life through my career.
No time is too early to start dreaming and no time is too early to start realising your ambition, or goal, in life - slowly but surely I feel I'm getting my foot on to the first rung of the ladder. I've travelled more of the world than many, been on various adventures and I went on my first major expedition this summer, I'm now planning an expedition for next Summer - both chilly Svalbard and the boiling Sinai Peninsula are realistic options; I'm free to pick and choose as I wish!
Why do some people lack ambition? Isn't it important for everyone? I understand people having different ambitions in life but to have none, or very little, seems a shame. I feel like I'm very ambitious, if you'd like to help me realise my ambition, and know a thing or two about polar or desert journeys, then please get in touch, or if you're looking for expedition team mates from next Summer then please give me a shout! If this post feels like I'm bigging myself up and overly critical of others it certainly isn't meant to!
My Adventurous Ambition

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