The Importance of Heroes

Without role models to emulate, it’s difficult to develop as individuals. At our core, humans are social animals, and social animals need other social animals to interact with and learn from. As babies, we naturally empathize with other babies and toddlers, which lets us develop basic social skills during play. As we grow up, we […]

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Life Lessons from a Digital Nomad

​Foreward by Noah​Each one of us creates their own rhythm. Our thoughts, feelings, and actions all come together to form an almost musical continuum that is the lives we live. Individually, if we can start to move with beat; to understand why we make the choices we do, we begin mastering the art of flowing […]

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Real Jungle Humans: Dylan Williams (Part II)

Here in Australia, I get to live out my dream everyday. It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of where I am and what I’m doing. But sometimes it’s just as effortless to get caught up in what I’m not doing, or not doing well enough. Failure can feel fatal to anyone. I’ve […]

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Real Jungle Humans: Claudia Dentico

Life tends to give you what you need to succeed, and not one thing more to your benefit. For some reason, if we choose to take a hard look at the world around us, do some introspection, and realize what it is we are good at, we will always find what we need to succeed. […]

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The Yoga Moment

As part of our part of our Real Jungle Humans project, it was imperative to get the opinions of many different masters of mind and movement. We cannot assume harmony with nature or even profess to know  our mindful, spiritual self without some type of continuous discipline, focusing on the power of the mind or […]

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Real Jungle Humans and The Power of “Extraordinary”

What does it take for something to be ordinary? How does something you encounter in life begin as strange or unusual, become all at once familiar? So much so, that you give it a common value that does not stand out? The answer to this lies in the question itself: it is the process of […]

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Real Jungle Humans: Dylan Williams

A Brief Intro with Noah​I met Dylan a long time ago. As lifetime friends, we grew up in constant inconsistent contact, and all through that time, he was never far from a soccer ball or the next game. He devoted his soul to his past time, and it took me, the not-so inspired semi-competitive computer […]

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