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Today on podcast, I’m interviewing Kyle Kesterson, a storyteller, incredible photographer, illustrator, and also the founder of Freak n’ Genius and Campfire. Kyle has written for media outlets like Geekwire and Huffington Post. One of his start-ups even received an investment from Tony Hsieh of Zappos.
Kyle has been on the road now for a little over two years and is currently living in a red Winnebago Travato named Bramf (aka @vanbramf on instagram) with his best friend Bentley Bean, an 8 ½ year old Border Terrier.
A few things we talk about on this episode:
- Gaining perspective by living on the road
- How Kyle uses photography and storytelling to connect with people while traveling
- Using Instagram to capture how you see the world
- Starting your day from a creative place and making time for creating
Today’s episode is sponsored by: The RV Entrepreneur Summit
The RV Entrepreneur Summit is a conference for RVers or future RVers who want to learn how to start, build, and grow a business on the road.
You can learn more here –> TheRVEntrepreneur.com
Links mentioned on this episode:
- Campfire app
- Startup Weekend
- Mike’s video
- Kyle’s Instagram
- Contact Kyle at [email protected]
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Quotes from this episode:
“Adventure begins when uncertainty sets in.”
“I’m spending as much free time as I can on creating and so much less time on consuming.”
On making time for creating – “It’s actually easier to step away from things because you create space. As soon as you have space, good things can come fill it.”
“Don’t be someone else’s version of weird. Be your own weird.”
“Life is harder when you’re not weird.”
“Opinions are a prison.”