Passport To Sweden

Välkommen till Sverige!

Take a journey to Sweden with us through the pages of Peter, Maisa, Michael and Lydia.

Peter Rosdahl is a digital strategist, information architect and concept developer living in Stockholm. Peter is the co-founder of the agency For Sure and writes his own blog on his digital perspective which he links to on his page.

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One Memory Champion Reveals How You Can Control Your Mind

Tansel Ali is known for memorizing two Yellow Pages phone books in 24 days.

Sound like something you could never do? Not according to Tansel.

Tansel dedicates himself to memory coaching, specifically empowering people with the tools to train their minds and make the most out of their lives. Once a skeptic, Tansel learned that he could train his own mind relatively easily with the right tricks.

In our interview, Tansel explains how taking control of your memory can help you lead a happier life.

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One Powerful Musician’s Secret To Making Rock N’ Roll Magic

John Aulabaugh never underestimates the power of getting the right players in a room. 

When recording his album, Of Sins Present and Past, John brought rock legends together to help him create music. Each person added his own touch and had fun crafting different parts of a song.

This is what makes music fun for John and although he’s flown planes, started a software company and written iPhone apps, he says nothing compares to the magic of making music. In our interview, John gives advice for aspiring musicians and tells us about when he first fell in love with music.

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Passport To Mexico

Bienvenidos a México!

This week, we venture to Mexico through the pages of a photographer, YouTube vlogger, business development expert and a Citizen Ambassador to the United Nations.

Sonia Alicia is a YouTube vlogger from La Paz, México. Sonia studies marketing and advertising and her YouTube channel focuses on fashion, lifestyle, beauty, work and managing personal finance.

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Winter Sports Enthusiasts

Let it snow!

This week, we celebrate snowboarders and skiers from Ontario, Zurich, Maine and California. Erich, Shirley, Merlin and Hilary love the outdoors, specifically in the winter when they can hit the slopes. Read on to dive into each of their stories.

Erich Meier, whose photo heads off this post, comes to us from Zurich Switzerland. Erich is a systems engineer who enjoys skiing, hiking, running, traveling and spending time with friends.

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How One World Traveler Innovates Food and Wearable Technology

When Sonia Hunt faces an obstacle, she builds a solution that helps others overcome it.

Growing up with food allergies, Sonia noticed the lack of information for herself and others who love food but need to be careful about what they eat. Sonia filled this gap by creating her own food and wellness blog, where she shares her experiences traveling the world and indulging in rich foods.

Aside from the food space, Sonia is also innovating wearable technology. Her company Neyya is a ring that gives you control over your laptop, phone and other devices. In our interview, Sonia shares the idea behind Neyya and how her team created the product in an unlikely place, her passions for building relationships and how she stays inspired.

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How One Food Entrepreneur Stays Inspired And Keeps a Clear Head

Lisa Q. Fetterman is helping people cook smarter.

Lisa is the founder of Nomiku, a sous vide tool that cooks vacuum-sealed food in low temperature water. With Nomiku, you can control the temperature of your food and create perfectly cooked dishes without the effort.

Lisa successfully runs her own business by mastering the art of approaching challenges with a clear head. Her secrets include travel and regular exercise, although Lisa doesn’t believe in work-life balance. Lisa advocates for “doing what you want.”

In our interview, Lisa gives us a taste of a day in her life and describes a dream project. She also shares 5 guidelines for aspiring women founders, including what she considers to be a critical exercise for personal and professional growth.

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