Dive Masters by Jason McAnear
I recently cam across a video on YouTube that struck a chord with me and I’d like to share it with you.
Well, Jason is a Scuba Dive Master and Instructor.
I am also a certified Scuba Diver, and my Uncle is a Dive Master and Instructor as well.
Which lead me into being very interested in his project, which I think is a great idea and worth supporting.
Leaving the Professional Career Behind to do What You Love
In a nutshell, Jason eventually cutaway from it all.
He sold everything, quit his professional career and moved to the Island of Roatan, Honduras where he would study and train to become a Scuba Diver Master and Instructor.
A professional Scuba Diver and getting paid to do what he loves!
How awesome is that!
I Love These Stories!
They’re similar to my own are very inspirational to me and I hope to you as well. Everybody should follow their dreams and do what they love.
Check Out Jason’s Project
I have decided to back his KickStarter Project and have given him full support in hopes that he reaches his goal of raising the full $5000 by July 8 to fund the Dive Masters project.
Any amount helps, even if it’s only a buck!
Time is Running Out!
There is only 11 Days left to fully fund the Dive Masters project. There still needs to be another $3015 that needs to be raised.
If you have a moment, consider taking a look at the Dive Masters Web Series Project.
I think it’s a fun idea and one worth investing in.
Tired of the same old “Reality” shows on TV? Here’s a guy who’s story is really exciting and Really “Real”. Jason sold all of his possessions in Boise, ID and moved to the little island of Roatan, Honduras to pursue his dream. Becoming a Scuba Instructor and hopeful creator of his own web-series he’s titled “Dive Masters”. It’s a real life adventure showing the stories of living in Paradise and all about the experiences of real divers and the professionals who train them and guide them on amazing underwater journeys. He’s currently looking for backers to produce the series and you can help.
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