Have you ever heard the phrase “Flying under the radar?” Initially this phrase was used to describe aircraft flying at such low altitudes that it was undetectable by radar systems. But it has often been used to describe people or events that go undetected, or unnoticed. Have you ever felt unnoticed? More importantly, have you ever wanted to be unnoticed?

While many people may dream of worldwide fame and notoriety, the truth is, most people are afraid of the attention that such fame would bring. In fact, in many cases, people often want to be unnoticed. They hate to be put on the spot. It’s said that more people fear speaking in public than death. Sure. We all want recognition when we do well. But not too much recognition, where we must endure the spotlight for an extended period of time. It’s my belief that people’s fear of being out front, or in the spotlight, encourages them to often live below their potential. I also believe that most people find normalcy in going unnoticed and flying under the radar in their lives. And finally, I believe that we weren’t created or designed to live such a self-limiting life.

This course is written for those who:

  • Want to achieve more purpose, fulfillment, and satisfaction in their life
  • Want to gain a better understanding of what extraordinary living looks like
  • Want practical steps to extraordinary living and are ready to apply them NOW!

If you are included in any one of those statements, keep going. And if neither of those statements apply to you, keep going anyway. You may get something out of it. In this course, we will discuss the following:

  • Ordinary Survival vs. Extraordinary Living
  • Ordinary Experiences vs. Extraordinary Expectations
  • Ordinary Affiliations vs. Extraordinary Identity
  • Daily Steps to Extraordinary Living

Each section will have self-reflection questions to help you relate the discussion to your life and personal situation. Also, don't hesitate to download any additional resources that may be available. Are you ready? Let's go.


  1. Describe the image that comes to mind when you think of extraordinary living?
  2. How does your life relate to this image?

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