Joanna Kalafatis is an actress, producer, and blogger. Jo recounts her brush with death while studying abroad in South Africa and explains why a half life is not a life worth living.
A lifetime of serendipitous moments led Rafiya Sultana to abandon her childhood dream. Despite the setbacks she faced in her life, Rafiya found a way to trade in her dream so that she could find her true voice and purpose as a transformational coach.
Things never worked out exactly the way Katherine Kylila Rice imagined. But this lifelong entrepreneur who spent her entire life as an outsider didn’t hesitate to achieve historic milestones when opportunity came knocking on her door.
Tyler Grace is a world-renowned photographer, but less than a decade ago, he was just a kid with a mysterious illness that kept him bedridden. He recounts the surprise birthday present that gave him the jolt of confidence he needed to explore the world beyond his bedroom.
Mykel Dixon is an award-winning speaker, musician, and author who dreamed of leaving his small town in Australia. He shares his string of serendipities that lead him to find his life mentor, fall madly in love, and become a traveling nomad, only to return back to Australia.
Chhaiya Im is the founder and principal of Opening Doors Cambodia, a school that offers free education for students in rural Cambodia. His encounters with a Khmer Rouge General, a Buddhist monk, and an American businessman changed his fortunes forever.
Can you engineer serendipity? Do creative people experience more serendipity? We have a quick chat with Chrissy Levett, Founder of Creative Conscience about her take on serendipity.
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