How an Ex Pilot Lives Uncaged

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My friend Justin Lukasavige, a former pilot and now radio personality and coach (and so much more) has graciously agreed to answer my crazy questions about living uncaged. So fun! May his words inspire you to live uncaged in your life and business.

What would it look like for you to live uncaged in 2012?

Living uncaged in 2012 is doing more of what I’m good at and enjoy. I’ve done a good job of that over the years, but it’s time to get better. I’ll have more free time to spend with family and friends  and love 100% of my business.
What has prevented you from living a truly free and unencumbered life in the past?

Fear, anxiety, voices inside my head, family who thought I was crazy, cultural norms. The better question is, what hasn’t prevented me from living the life of adventure I’ve always craved?

Give my readers advice. What’s one practical thing they can do this year to live uncaged? (This can be silly like dancing in the rain or serious like eat more chocolate.)

Every day, do something that scares you. It could be big, like starting your dream business, or small, like standing in the shower while it warms up.

Who in your life is an excellent example of living uncaged? Why?

My little brother has done a great job of living uncaged. I don’t believe anyone who says they don’t care what others think, but he’s pretty close to living that. He’s done his own thing, and loves his work and life.

If you could design a Live Uncaged sweatshirt, what would it look like?

It’d signify possibilities and wide open spaces. There’s no one way to arrive at any solution. The journey is what makes the solution worth finding.

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