Ask an Adventurer

Paperback edition released 29/07/2021

by Alastair Humphreys

Ask an Adventurer Synopsis

Adventurers cross deserts and row oceans, appearing to live the dream. Yet they also must pay the bills and carve out time to get away. Are you trying to make a career doing what you love, daring to go freelance in a creative industry, growing a tribe or curious about an unconventional career? What is it like to build a life from living adventurously? Whether you are adventurous, creative, or just curious, Ask An Adventurer answers your questions from behind the scenes, rather than the usual questions adventurers hear: there are no kit lists, practical expedition planning advice or daring deeds in these pages. Instead, Alastair tackles questions asked by readers on social media such as: How do you make a living? How do you make time for adventure? How do you stay motivated and focused? How do you deal with post-adventure blues? How do you deal with the dilemma of flying and travel? How has social media changed the way you tell stories? How do you become an adventurer? How much does an adventurer earn? How do you decide what you will or won't do for money? How do you find sponsors? How do you get your work done? How can we make the world of adventure better? How do you get a book published? How do you get paid to give talks? How do you become a better speaker? How do you deal with emails? How do you start a podcast? How do you launch an email newsletter? And more...

About This Edition

ISBN: 9781785633003
Publication date: 29th July 2021
Author: Alastair Humphreys
Publisher: Eye Books
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 240 pages
Primary Genre Active outdoor pursuits

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About Alastair Humphreys

Alastair Humphreys is an adventurer, blogger, author and motivational speaker. His expeditions include cycling round the world, walking across India and rowing the Atlantic. He has also been named a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year for his pioneering work on the concept of microadventures - adventures that are close to home, cheap, simple, short, yet very effective. Alastair's six books for Eye include the highly acclaimed The Boy Who Biked the World trilogy - a series of novels for 9-12-year-olds based on his own real-life adventures - plus Moods of Future Joys, Thunder and Sunshine and Ten Lessons ...

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