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A note from Live Learn Evolve folks....

It’s a big decision. Even leaving your comfort zone for a brief 20 minute jog once a week is a struggle for some and in those cases a life shifting experience like travelling may be the key to breaking that way of thinking, the way that promotes retreating, the withdrawal back to unhealthy routines. This leads us on to reason number one:


By not taking risks, you never really discover your true self. It’s only ever about doing what is safe and easy but how will you ever know what really makes you tick if you’ve never tried it. Travel will push you into a flurry of seemingly uncomfortable situations like forcing you to meet new people with completely different lifestyles and cultures or navigating your way around a mountain where no one speaks your native language..etc.



A regular routine builds strong neurological connections that over time allow for us to automate activities almost seamlessly. Think about that journey to work where not a thought is spared on the direction, forced into the present only by an obstruction. “I’ve been working here 10 years and I don’t know where the time has gone” – that’s not for me. An ever changing horizon continually breathes new experiences and with in those we truly live in the moment, we are gifted with the present.



With nothing but your backpack filled with essentials you venture out into new cultures without access to the usual facilities and material objects you might usually take for granted. Many people live in the type of poverty that is truly unfathomable until you experience it first hand. As a westerner I will never forget the first time I drove through Brazilian slums and without going into detail, I can assure you that television is not the same. Statistics are numbers and individual stories remain unheard.combodia


Travelling is often postponed with the intentions of ‘becoming a responsible adult’ or ‘building up a real life’ in the mean time. Some even say they are savouring the opportunity for retirement. Without injecting too much personal opinion, that’s just the views of society’s norm being expressed by those who are already deeply conforming. It is your choice to live how you wish. But, if I don’t live to my forties, fifties or sixties, I can safely say that I have no regrets. Choosing to buy experiences over external objects has transformed me in so many way that I am sincerely grateful for.



“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.” ― Eleanor Roosevelt

Posted: 3/31/2017 7:32:11 AM by johnmin | with 0 comments

 Here are some of the ways our ICE clients summed up the Cannes film festival…
  • A maelstrom of sleep-deprived business.
  • Hysterical, overrated, unfriendly environment.
  • The single greatest networking event on the planet.
  • The world championship for collective humiliation.
  • Digging through a skip of muck trying to find a diamond ring.
  • Alcohol, vapid film chat, alcohol, loads of business cards, surreal experiences.
  • Stressful, fun, exhausting, lots of late nights, lots of time wasters and deluded indie film types.
  • Over 100 scheduled meetings, a couple of hundred brief encounters, lots of preparations of lots of homework to do after.
Be sure to take Euros to the festival.  Most on-site exchanges charge up to 13% on cash conversions. Contact

Posted: 3/13/2017 12:57:19 PM by johnmin | with 0 comments