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Red Bull: Risk Made Me Do It

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Red Bull’s first ever podcast, Risk Made Me Do It, talks to top performers in the worlds of adventure, culture, tech and innovation. In a one on one conversation, we discuss the hurdles they had to overcome on their path to mastery, and the tips and tricks that made them better. What risks are shared by the endurance mountain biker and the food truck chef? What struggles do the start-up entrepreneur and the big wave surfer have in common? And what can we learn from their diverse paths to success? Featuring characters from the world of Red Bull and beyond. 

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Red Bull’s first ever podcast, Risk Made Me Do It, talks to top performers in the worlds of adventure, culture, tech and innovation. In a one on one conversation, we discuss the hurdles they had to overcome on their path to mastery, and the tips and tricks that made them better. What risks are shared by the endurance mountain biker and the food truck chef? What struggles do the start-up entrepreneur and the big wave surfer have in common? And what can we learn from their diverse paths to success? Featuring characters from the world of Red Bull and beyond. 

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By BrOoKwOoD dj12 - Apr 04 2018
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These episodes are awesome! I would stop doing previews and just take it on at the end of the current episode for next week but other then that, these people are awesome! So insightful

Love it!

By Bobbie Pistachio - Oct 09 2017
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Great host, love the talent he brings on.

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23 Ratings
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we want more!

By BrOoKwOoD dj12 - Apr 04 2018
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These episodes are awesome! I would stop doing previews and just take it on at the end of the current episode for next week but other then that, these people are awesome! So insightful

Love it!

By Bobbie Pistachio - Oct 09 2017
Read more
Great host, love the talent he brings on.
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Red Bull: Risk Made Me Do It

Latest release on Oct 24, 2017

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