83) Connecting people through cross-cultural, shared desires and insecurities with 'Female Indiana Jones' Alison Teal

In this often divided world, what do we need in order to come together so that we can collectively work towards a more sustainable future? Across cultures and language barriers, what are some universal truths about happiness that we can learn and implement?   Sharing her wisdom here is filmmaker and Host of Alison’s Adventures, Alison Teal. With her unique upbringing (like a Tarzan child) and adventurous spirit, she's been named "The Female Indiana Jones" by TIME Magazine and "The Oprah of Adventure" by Huffington Post, and has also been on the Discovery Channel TV show, Naked and Afraid.   Let's dive in.   HIGHLIGHTS  [6:41] Alison talks about what she calls the disease of 'over-there-itis' and how we always want we can't or don't have. [7:23] Kaméa: "What is one of the craziest memories you have from your crazy upbringing and living in the wilderness?" [9:56] Alison: "Stories are the fabric of our world and our culture, so we need to keep sharing them." [10:43] Kaméa: "How do you think your travels have shaped your perspective on the world differently than most other people?" [20:16] Alison's advice for someone who isn't happy in their current life situation and wants to travel, but doesn't currently have the means to do so. [24:27] Alison shares about the time she asked a shaman from one of the last tribes on earth what the secret to happiness is. [26:01] Kaméa: "What do you think it will take to inspire more harmony and connection among humankind, in spite of all of our differences?"   Thanks for bringing your light! Find the full show notes with links and resources at www.greendreamer.com/83, sign up to our newsletter for a chance to win monthly prizes, and share your #1 takeaway from the episode tagging our featured guest and me @KameaChayne to spread the light and to let us know you're tuning in!

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