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Skydiving for charity

Recently I wrote about how sometimes in life we can pick activities that combine adventure and service. Or other times we do something adventurous that has nothing to do with charity or service. And some acts of service aren’t really adventurous at all. I usually think of skydiving as adventurous but without any value other […]

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Seven ultramarathons build seven schools

At More Than Adventure I believe that adventures, whether big or small, are an important part of life. But honestly if I all do is pursue adventures, sometimes it can get tiresome. For me, life also needs to include some areas where I can contribute to others and be a part of a cause greater […]

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Walking on the moon

Recently I read a book called “Contagious: Why Things Catch On,” by Jonah Berger, a marketing professor at the Wharton School of Business. He explains and gives examples of why various ad campaigns, products and messages tend to spread more than others. He lists six reasons that cause ideas to become contagious: Social Currency Triggers […]

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Sailing around the world

As I mentioned in the last post, I attended the World Domination Summit in the first part of July. It’s a good conference but often the people I meet outside of the normal schedule are more interesting than some of the official conference activities. In fact, what I especially appreciate about the conference is that […]

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Travel insurance

On a recent trip to the Caribbean, I had the honor to spend a few hours in a Jamaican hospital! It wasn’t anything too serious. I was taking a kiteboarding lesson and while walking around in water up to my waist, I managed to whack my foot on a submerged rock. The photo above is my […]

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