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The Inertia Network Podcast: Break Your Inertia

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Ever wonder why you feel stuck? That's the inertia of life. The question is what does it take to break it? Come join us as we speak with explorers, pioneers, and trailblazers as we explore there stories and philosophies that helped them break there inertia in hopes that ultimately we can break ours.

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Ever wonder why you feel stuck? That's the inertia of life. The question is what does it take to break it? Come join us as we speak with explorers, pioneers, and trailblazers as we explore there stories and philosophies that helped them break there inertia in hopes that ultimately we can break ours.

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The Inertia Network Podcast: Break Your Inertia

Latest release on Aug 17, 2020

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Rank #1: #12 Jody MacDonald: Adversity Is Always Worth It

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How do I become a Nat Geo photographer? If that’s your question, you’re probably off the wrong start. Jody MacDonald is an award-winning photographer who has never been one to shy away from adversity; in reality, befriending adversity has become her way of life. We got a chance to speak about her story, the lessons travelling has imparted with her, and why falling in love with the process should be your roadmap to accomplishing your dreams.

Aug 17 2020

1hr 6mins

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Rank #2: #11 Helmy Elsaeed: What It Takes To Break A Guinness World Record

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What does it take to break a Guinness world record? For Helmy Elsaeed it’s a mix of perseverance, curiousity, and a constant desire for self-betterment. Born in Egypt, Helmy studied at Concordia where his fascination for winter sports led him to train in cross-country skiing, in hopes of becoming one of Egypt's few Winter Olympic athletes. Helmy's need to push boundaries left him with a desire to beat world records. This culminated in him and his team breaking the world record for the fastest time biking across Europe, one of the few records Helmy is looking to beat. Now Helmy is back home in Egypt aways on the lookout for his next big project.

Aug 01 2020

45mins

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Rank #3: #10 Gabbok: Colourism, Racism, and The Experience of Being a Black Traveller

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Abongi-Gael Bokongo, also known as Gabbok, has been travelling his entire life. Originating from the Congo, Gael moved to France at the age of 12 to escape the war. We explore Gael’s mission of changing the narrative of what it means to be a “black traveller”, shedding light on both racism and colourism, and how he incorporates exploration with being a father.

Jul 13 2020

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Rank #4: #9 Karim Iliya: Why The Photographers Path Is The Marriage Of Art And Business

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It’s a beautiful thing to find a passion in life. For creatives often it’s usually a singular pursuit but often to find freedom in the work it requires the marriage of art and business. That’s what we dive into this episode with Karim Iliya, a talented nature photographer whose work has been featured in National Geographic. We cover everything from why it’s important to always be a student, documenting humpbacks, and how he balances the administrative with the creative.

Jul 04 2020

1hr 17mins

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Rank #5: #8 Kristin Addis (Be My Travel Muse) - Hitchhiking, Humpbacks, and Escaping Golden Handcuffs

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Travelling extensively for the last 8 years, Kristin Addis (Be My Travel Muse) has built an incredible resource for women to feel empowered through travel and exploration. We got the chance to talk to her about how she left her corporate life to start her adventure, her thoughts on social media, and her experiences swimming with humpbacks in French Polynesia.

Jun 23 2020

36mins

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Rank #6: #7 Julian DeSchutter: Why Finding Alignment Will Be The Greatest Thing You Do For Yourself

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Julian DeSchutter is a co-founder of Chasing Sunrise, a community built around the idea that “you are born to more than pay bills and die”. It’s that ethos that Julian lives by. We got an opportunity to dive into how Julian navigates a world where authenticity is difficult (something he believes is changing), the importance of curiousity, and why finding alignment is the greatest gift you can give yourself.

Jun 23 2020

1hr 32mins

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Rank #7: #6 Jenny Wong: Time to Find Common Ground and Give A Shit About the Planet

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Jenny Wong is a Canadian photographer and environmental scientist. Her journey behind the lens was never the end destination but through her own exploration has found a voice and purpose to share her photography; to educate others on the real problems our environment is facing and translating that knowledge to action. We got a chance to dive into how she got started, adventuring through the arctic, and why polarizing opinions blocks progressive dialogue.

Jun 10 2020

1hr 23mins

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Rank #8: #5 Nicole Smoot: The Deception of Social Media and the Realities of Travel in High-Risk Countries

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TK and Dani chat with Alaskan travel blogger, hardcore adventurer, and
dental hygienist Nicole Smoot on a range of topics-- from how she got
started travelling to "dangerous" countries, some of her wildest stories
from the road, and how she sees social media going after starting her blog
6 years ago called the Adventures of Lil Nicki.

Jun 04 2020

1hr

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Rank #9: #4: Giles Clarke: Conflict is More Than a Headline

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Global conflict is never an easy pill to swallow but for many of us, we
move from headline to headline because the conflict doesn't hit close to
home. For photojournalist Giles Clarke, conflict is not a stranger. His
work takes him to conflict zones where he documents the devastating effects
of these conflicts. On this episode, we speak to Giles about his story, how
he got started, and why it's important to remember that conflict doesn't
end with the news cycle.

Jun 03 2020

1hr 18mins

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Rank #10: #3: Giulio Aprin (Wild Man Life): Pushing Personal Limits, Creativity, and Parkour

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Giulio Aprin is an Italian photographer, sportsman, and former certified
parkour coach. He defines himself as a creative mind and a wild spirit. He
is the founder of Wild Man Life blog dedicated to the concept of WILD: "it
expresses my indomitable soul, and the extreme curiosity to discover the
world and its mother nature." On this episode, Giulio discusses pushing
personal limits and his own journey towards living a free life.

Jun 03 2020

1hr 21mins

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