I have good news. In the last edition of this column, I shared the story of Keith Lynch, a man who quit a 20-year career in finance to pursue his dream of paddling 4,000 miles.
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He did it. For the past few months in Your Life is Now, we’ve been following Keith Lynch, the investment banker with little previous canoeing experience, but a lot of ambition and audacity to make up for it. On Nov. 29, after six months and 4,000 miles, Keith reached his destination of Dallas, Texas.
In this month's edition of Your Life is Now, we continue to follow the progress of Keith Lynch, the former financial planner with essentially no canoeing experience who decided to paddle from Montana to Texas, a distance of 4,000 miles.