This week's guest is Colin Wright, the original minimalist who ditched his 6-figure salary, sold all his possessions to spend 7 years living out of a carry-on suitcase, letting his blog readers vote every 4 months which country he should go move to next.
It's a powerful conversation that will challenge the way you see the world, as we went deep into what it means to create a life that is true for you.
Jim Carrey once said “I think everybody should get rich and famous and do everything they ever dreamed of so they can see that it's not the answer." And I couldn't think of a better guest than Colin Wright to talk about the importance of forming meaningful relationships why doing work you love doesn't have to be in 30 years from now, why we shouldn't fear death and why we should all be questioning the value of material possessions.
It's an episode you won't want to miss!
If you're not familiar with Colin Wright, he's a published author, traveler and the founder of Exile Lifestyle and more importantly, is the man who inspired not just the founders of The Minimalists, the duo behind Netflix hit "Minimalism", to get started, but a movement of minimalists around the globe.
What I enjoyed most about our conversation is that Colin reminds us that what is celebrated by society as normal doesn’t have to mean it’s your norm.
If you still remember Brad Pitt's character Tyler Durden saying in Fight Club that "Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate so we can buy shit we don't need (to impress people we don't like", well, you're going to love this week's episode!
Enjoy and I can't wait to hear what you got out of today's inspiring interview!
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