ML168: Kevin Kelly on The Rise of Asia, The Art of Photography and Lessons from 40 Years of Travel
Kevin Kelly is the co-founder and editor at Wired magazine, and one of the world’s leading technologists. He’s the author of a number of bestselling books on technology, including What Technology Wants and The Inevitable and has recently launched Vanishing Asia, a photo-book documenting 40 years of Kevin’s travels in Asia.
Back in 1972, when Kevin started his travels, it was long before backpacking was common. All he had was his camera, a few lenses and a change of clothes and he was so blown away by the experience that he kept going back to Asia for the next 40 years, visiting over 35 countries.
While he enjoyed the full richness of these travel experiences, Kevin credits a lot of his career success to these experiences and what he was able to learn from them because by seeing that otherness, as he puts it, he became more aware about what was unique about himself.
So in this episode we discuss:
This was a wide ranging conversation with an incredible big picture thinker that will offer you powerful insights about travel, culture, technology, ideas and where the world is going. Most importantly, you’ll get perspective on how to discover your own unique attributes so you can live a better life and and capitalise on it for work.
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