Greg Denning and his family of 9 are living deliberately. He is a world traveler, mentor and a father of 7 kids. Him and his wife Rachel left their normal lives in Utah in 2007, packed up the then family of 6 in the car and drove south into Mexico and central America to embark on a journey that has taken them to 30 countries and 5 continents around the world.
Their attempt at living deliberately hasn’t been easy and we get in to that too because 2 years after their launch, the housing crisis hit the US forcing them to come back and start over with nothing in bank and they really questioned if their vision of living deliberately around the globe was even possible.
What they’ve found is yes, living deliberately is possible but it takes work.
Greg is also a teacher. He teaches people how to transform their own lives but it’s not just talk. at one point in our conversation we go tactical on how he helps people in 3 very specific steps on how to change their situation and live a massive, extraordinary life.
We dig into everything. How the kids have adjusted as the family has grown from 4 kids when they started to now 7 and what it means when his kids go to World School and the money, we hit that multiple times in our conversation.
In this episode we discuss…
What lead up to them packing up their car and moving to Mexico in 2007.
How the Global Recession impacted them in 2009.
Why they moved to the Dominican Republic in 2009 to live on the beach for a few hundred dollars a month.
Why they decided to go international.
How they initially paid for their travels.
How Greg’s profession has evolved into him mentoring, teaching and counseling parents and homeschooled children…all online.
My conversation with Greg Denning on living life deliberately will eliminate the excuse of, “I have kids, I could never travel like that?”
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