View Full Version : Figuring out what's next in Cabo San Lucas!

04-12-2013, 07:55 AM
This could be Warrior Entrepreneur, or Bon Vivant, or Christian subforum...

Those of you following my story may know I'm at my current business for about 1 more week and am handing it off to a new executive team, and I'm not sure what next path my life is going to take, but I'm excited to find out.

As of right now it seems like 1 or more new business opportunities per day are suddenly showing up in my life, and I'm not even fishing for them, it's just happening.

I decided to take a few weeks off to chill with my family, have a little fun, refocus myself on health/fitness, and evaluate opportunities.

Anyways... Cabo. Through an extensive series of divine coincidences (I call them God-incidences), my best friend (the outgoing CEO at our company) and I discovered a Dream/Destiny retreat event at a high-end resort in Cabo with one of our favorite Christian business trainers. Timing is perfect for us and they just had two spots open up at the sold-out event due to last minute cancellations, and we got em!

We're going in mid-May, and between now and then I'll be doing a lot of due diligence of different ideas/opportunities, but I have this sense that I'll leave that setting having a clear head, prayed through, and have a clear picture of what my next step will be.

I should have about 1.5 days of free time on the trip if any of you know any 'must experience' things about Cabo.

For my Christian brothers, prayers are appreciated at this time as I pull back and seek His will.

04-14-2013, 08:00 AM
Snorkeling or diving. The best I have ever experienced is there, simply amazing.

Be cautious of some of the locals and the police. The cruise I was on had an American get jammed up after a Mexican male grabbed his wife's butt in a bar. They got in an altercation, the police arrested him, and we sailed with him in a Mexican jail.

Red Ryder
04-14-2013, 03:13 PM
The fishing is quite good, especially if you can charter a boat at the marina.

There used to be group called Wide Open Baja (IIRC) that rented dune buggies on a track that was a really fun day out.

Check the beaches, as the tide in some areas is pretty dangerous, while others are fine.

Vaya con Dios!