Richard Leider: INVENTURE EXPEDITION: AFRICA 2011

WHAT IS IT?

An Inventure Expedition is not a trip but a journey "back to the rhythm" in Tanzania; to the place where original peoples on earth emerged. Back to the rhythm? Periodically we need to renew and revision our lives. Every decade brings new challenges and opportunities. Every life transition - success, failure, illness, divorce, retirement - requires us to unpack and repack our bags - to go back to our core.

Back to the rhythm offers a revitalizing blend of mindful hiking and meaningful inventuring as we explore Tanzania's wild places. We make time to breathe fresh air, touch innocent ground, and sharpen our senses in the vast spaciousness of East Africa

WHEN IS IT?

February 18 to March 8, 2011 in Tanzania, East Africa.

WHO IS IT FOR?

It is an invitational odyssey for eight men who want to take a fresh look at the world and themselves through a new lens.

WHO IS THE LEADER?

Richard Leider, bestselling author of eight books, named by Forbes as one of the five most respected coaches in America. A pioneer in the field of life planning, he is a master at helping people navigate life and work transitions. Richard has led walking safaris in Tanzania for 28 years.

"My love for Tanzania's people, wildlife and wild places pulls me back time and again - back to the rhythm of natural life. This trip is an odyssey where the signposts and fences are non-existent and where the new worlds we see reveal parts of ourselves that have been hidden away or that we never knew existed." - Richard Leider

WHAT IS THE INVESTMENT?

$7,500. This includes all fees and expenses. International airfare is separate.

HOW DO I SIGN UP?

Step 1: This is an invitational trip. Upon mutual acceptance send a $1,000 refundable deposit check payable to Inventure Expeditions.

Step 2: We will send a Guidebook with complete trip preparation materials and begin the Odyssey.

Step 3: Throughout the months leading up to the trip there will be phone calls, readings and reflections to thoroughly prepare you for the journey.

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Trees in Africa

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