Georgia Hollywood Review March 2020

If you want to do something you have never done before— bring new meaning to your life—that takes bravery.

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Crossing that line is stepping beyond the status quo into the true edge of adventure. “It is only important if you want something more than you already have. If you are content with

someone else. Start there. I have a feeling your adventure will begin once you do that.” As for Asher, there is no place he will not go—the world has no limits. The vision is to continue to tell the stories of the people and organizations out there making a difference in the world. The plan is for The Edge of Adventure to honor those who have chosen to give of themselves for the benefit of others around the world. “I’m not trying to sound noble here, this is genuinely what I want—why I am doing all of this. It is about pushing past what we know and making a difference together.” And that bucket list? Asher says there are some large- scale projects in the works that he cannot reveal just yet. But know this: The best is yet to come.

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the status quo, no problem. I have never been. I crave something more. And if you want to do something you have never done before—bring new meaning to your life—that takes bravery.” So, should you jump the next plane to Central America? Asher does not believe your intent has to be that extreme. His advice: Do something for someone else. “You know that skill you have, that gift you have been given? Look for a way you can use that to help

have to decide what we’re going to do. Are we content to live life as it is, where we know the routine, where we feel safe? Or do we crave something more? To go beyond that, you’re going to have to be brave. You’ll have to make that decision to step out of what you know and into the unknown.”


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