The Amazing Life In and After AIESEC Show | by Raphael Fraga

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I believe that inspirations and creativity are generated from two major sources.The first one is looking up for role models: cutting-edge entrepreneurs like Ellon Musk, social leaders as Mahatma Gandhi, film-makers as Christopher Nolan. For these cases, there is a huge amount of information to learn from as biographies, documentaries, interviews, books, podcasts, and more.On the other side, it might be triggered by the achievements and failures of real and accessible people as your own family members and close friends. And in case you were ever part of AIESEC, there is an outstanding possibility that many of these friends were met during your exchange experience or AIESEC conference. Does it ring a bell?So think about your own a-ha moments - those magical epiphanies when time seems to stop and you can almost control your synapses in a huge virtual screen like in Minority Report - Do you know that feeling? Awesome.Think about where do they usually come from: are they generated by books you read or interviews you listen to about those highly successful people? Or instead do they usually come from those random yet powerful conversations you have with the friends who inspire you the most?If you are anything like me, conversations are still a major source of those magical experiences. So wouldn’t it be amazing if we could have those every single day, at any available place and time? For quite a while, those conversations were limited to our own friends network, as well as being physically at the same place at the same time - or at least at a FaceTime or Skype call.However, Internet-enhanced channels like podcasts and video are an amazing disruption to that model - enabling us to get inspired and learn at the move of our fingertips. And that is the main reason that drives me to start this podcast: register some of my own a-ha moments and the powerful conversations behind them - and share them with a generation of connected and purpose driven young people around the globe. This podcast will be a lot like The Tim Ferriss’ Show, but focused on people like you and me, that at one point in their lives were part of AIESEC - from short-term experiences as local volunteers, exchange participants during University, to others that spent almost a decade rising though several leadership roles around the world. It will be very wide ranging, but the key idea is to explore their biggest challenges and learnings throughout their unique experiences and how that have influenced their choices to pursue fulfilling careers and a never-ending driver to build a better world. In the process of talking to these people, we will explore what are the philosophies, routines, books and courses they have used to become such amazing individuals - so you can use them for your own development - or at least get inspired to follow your dreams.

6 episodes available. A new episode about every 36 days averaging 78 mins duration .