Q: What prompted you to embrace the concept of modern lifestyle redesign, which eventually allowed you to realize your vision of being a world traveler?
Jefre Outlaw: I had cancer for 5 years and then I died in the hospital during a transplant operation in May 2009. I had a near death experience (NDE). On the other side three angels told me I was cured and I could go back and finish what I came to do here on earth. After that I became a student of life redesign and completely redesigned my life under divine guidance.
Q: Did you ever have any fears related to your decision to redesign your life, and how did you overcome them?
Jefre Outlaw: A lot. I eventually learned to trust and let spirit guide me. Knowing that death was not that bad and that heaven is amazing I was eventually able to let go of the fear.
Q: What was the biggest factor that allowed you to take the risk and pursue modern lifestyle design?
Jefre Outlaw: I think getting past the biggest fear most all of us have. The fear of not being good enough. Once I could feel that I was good enough and had that validation from the divine the rest fell into place.
Q: How would you describe your life today, compared to what it was 5 years ago?
Jefre Outlaw: In the last 4 years I have traveled to 103 countries, over 500 cities and more than 1,000 sacred sites on all 7 continents. Before that I had never left the US/Canada/Mexico and had never traveled alone. I am now a global world citizen and have friends in at least 50 countries.
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