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Dec 5, 2017

This season will be dedicated to exploring and the great explorers of the world. That will be the overarching theme, but what about archives you might think?

Well they will still be around because they are the big sources of knowledge and inspiration in this podcast. We will continue to visit museums, archives, libraries and other places where interesting people reside so that our insatible curiosity can be pleased for at least a moment.

So I have changed a few things and if you’ve listened to season one you’ve immediatelly identify one big thing I guess - the change of language from Swedish to English. The hope is to reach more listeners by doing so.

But back to the new theme of season two - Explorers - and why I have choosen to focus on that.

The reason is that the explorers are the ones who go on their own paths to discover new places, things, ideas and ways of living and being that the rest of us don’t know of yet. And they all have great stories to tell and who doesn’t love that?

True exploring is about stepping out into the unknown and by doing so the explorer take a big risk because who knows what she or he will find, or if there is anything to find at all. Not everyone is prepared to do so. Most of us prefer to stay in the our safe zone and to live our lives just like everone around us. 

The explorer needs to be able to stand the discomfort of leaving it’s tribe and what is well-known. 

But the revard is potentially huge. With this new knowledge they can help expand our world, our knowledge and understanding. Where would we be without them? 

I’ve identified seven different archetypes of the explorers and in this season we will find out more about them. They are The Voyager, The Adventurer, The Wanderer, The Scientist, The Connesseur, The Visionary and The Artist. 

We will go more into this and all the archetypes in this season and we will start off by looking at the Scientist. 

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Don’t forget to always be curios and never stop exploring and watch out for december tenth.

 

Music:

What is the Journey? by Colin Mutchler (c) 2014 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://ccmixter.org/files/commonsplice/45492 Ft: Doxent Zsigmond

departures by airtone (c) 2015 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/airtone/50496 Ft: speck