Freddie's Lost Treasures
A traveler in search of lost and hidden treasures. I have assembled a lifelong learning of being in the business world and decided to take a leap to see what is outside the confines of brick and mortar and left the 9 to 5 behind.
Behind The Slides:
As a seasoned business traveler who has journeyed to over 125 countries, I've had the privilege of experiencing diverse cultures, meeting a myriad of people, and attending countless presentations. Today, I want to share my observations about a common thread that runs through these experiences: the illusion of truth in PowerPoint presentations.
As an experienced businessman who has traveled to over 125 countries, I've seen my fair share of truth and deception. The world of business is a complex one, filled with individuals and corporations that will go to great lengths to sell you their version of the truth. This is my firsthand account of navigating through the nonsense and uncovering the reality beneath.
A Heart Too Kind
In the heart of Cambodia, where the Mekong River flows with a sense of calm and serenity, I embarked on a journey that would forever change my perception of trust and kindness. It was a journey marred by deception and betrayal, yet it was also a journey that reaffirmed my faith in the inherent goodness of people.
Letting Go Of The Old To Embrace The New:
In the heart of the bustling city, my wife and I lived a life that many would consider 'normal'. We had our jobs, our hobbies, and our routines. But as time passed, we found ourselves increasingly drawn to a different kind of life. A life that was more in tune with nature, more sustainable, and more fulfilling. We decided to let go of our old lives and embrace a new one - living off-grid in the jungles of Cambodia.
In my journey, I've learned that uncertainty is not a hindrance, but a catalyst for growth. It pushes us out of our comfort zones and forces us to confront our fears. It challenges our beliefs and compels us to question our assumptions. And in doing so, it opens up new possibilities and opportunities.
As the sun rises over the lush jungles of Mondulkiri Province, I find myself in a state of profound gratitude. Living here in Cambodia with my wife, far from the hustle and bustle of city life, has taught me the power of appreciating the simple things in life. Every morning, we wake up to the symphony of nature - the chirping of birds, the rustling of leaves, and the distant roar of a waterfall. The air is fresh, filled with the scent of damp earth and blooming flowers. As I sip my homemade grown coffee, I can't help but feel a deep sense of thankfulness for this opportunity to experience life in its purest form.
Don't Fall For The Hype:
I have been working online for many years now, and I have seen my fair share of scams. Some of them are easy to spot, such as those that promise you millions of dollars overnight or ask you to pay a fee upfront to access a secret system. Others are more subtle and sophisticated, such as those that use social media to create a false sense of trust and credibility.
Living In Harmony With Nature
My wife and I have always loved nature, but we never imagined that we would end up living in the jungle. We were both working in stressful jobs in the city, feeling disconnected from ourselves and each other. We decided to take a break and travel to Cambodia, a country that we had heard was rich in culture and natural beauty.
The Cost Of Emotions
I have always been a passionate person. I love to travel, learn new things, and meet new people. I have been fortunate enough to experience life in over 125 countries and do business in a large majority of them for my education and financial consulting business. I have seen the beauty and diversity of the world, but I have also faced many challenges and difficulties along the way.
How Weather Affects Our Mood, Productivity And Health
I have always been fascinated by how the weather affects our mood, productivity and health. I used to live full-time in a busy city that is Las Vegas, where the weather was often unpredictable and sometimes unpleasant. I would feel stressed, tired, and unhappy when it was too hot, too cold, too rainy (yes, it does rain in the desert), or too windy. I felt like the weather was controlling my life and my emotions.
How To Save Money And Improve Your Health By Growing A Variety Of Food
I have always loved nature and wanted to live a simple and sustainable life. That's why I decided to move to Mondulkiri Province, the largest and most sparsely populated province in Cambodia, where I could grow my own food in the heart of the jungle.
My Journey To Learning
Learning something new is a great way to keep your mind active and engaged. It can help you discover new passions, connect with others, and promote personal growth and fulfillment. So why not take the leap and start your own learning journey today? You never know where it might take you!