Rank #1: #12 Jody MacDonald: Adversity Is Always Worth It
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
Rank #2: #11 Helmy Elsaeed: What It Takes To Break A Guinness World Record
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
Rank #3: #10 Gabbok: Colourism, Racism, and The Experience of Being a Black Traveller
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Rank #4: #9 Karim Iliya: Why The Photographers Path Is The Marriage Of Art And Business
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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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Rank #9: #4: Giles Clarke: Conflict is More Than a Headline
move from headline to headline because the conflict doesn't hit close to
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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
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Rank #10: #3: Giulio Aprin (Wild Man Life): Pushing Personal Limits, Creativity, and Parkour
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
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world and its mother nature." On this episode, Giulio discusses pushing
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