Greatest Hits: Factfulness – Why The World Is Better Than You Think

What is the #1 fear of most travelers, and how can you reign that fear in? Today’s Greatest Hits episode is about changing your perspective, worldview, and life through factfulness.

Anna Rosling Rønnlund is the co-founder of Gapminder.org, whose mission is to fight ignorance by providing a fact-based worldview (for FREE). She is also the co-author of the NY Times Best-Selling book Factfulness: Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About The World—And Why Things Are Better Than You Think. This book will change your life for the better, so be sure to check it out.

We discuss why the world may not be getting worse (as some think), the role of the media in distorting our worldview, insights into how we can shift our perspectives based on facts, and so much more.

How did this episode change your outlook? I’d love to hear your thoughts, and I hope you’ll share them by sending me an audio message.

*We’re sharing previous episodes that highlight authors this month! Zero To Travel interviews are timeless, providing valuable insight whenever you listen.

 

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Tune In To Learn:

  • How data literacy can help you understand the world objectively and avoid misinterpretations
  • The problem with news reporting and what needs to change to have a more balanced perspective
  • Why labels like “developed” and “developing” countries are outdated
  • The value of understanding the world through an income-based lens
  • How to virtually visit homes from all over the world to see everyday life
  • And so much more

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