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The Man Who Wanted to Travel: The Journey Is More Important Than The Destination

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Old Ted, a largely traveled and wise old man, firmly believes society needs a shift in paradigm that only travel experiences can provide. His core belief is about the importance of dreaming and putting in practice all you have always wanted, in a profound process that will empower people to master their own destiny. In his unique manner he initiates his nephew, Pete, in an adventure that changes the young man’s life forever.

This old man will take you to the most unique, interesting and stunning places in the planet that will definitely widen your horizons, even making you question your own assumptions about your own education and pathway you have undertaken in life.

The coolest paunchy old man on Earth will give you eye opening lessons by blending the world of entrepreneurship with motivating you to keep learning and traveling the world with the purpose of being in an endless journey of constantly getting better and better at what you do and in who you are.

Business books often tell the story of how things were in the beginning, coming all the way to the end, explaining how such a company achieved success. This novel, however, is the beginning of a story about a unique business that has yet to be built, that will support and provide lifelong moments of happiness for anyone who dreams of traveling and expanding their own world.

132 pages, Kindle Edition

Published January 14, 2017

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P. Franklin

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P. Franklin is a young entrepreneur from Brazil who has been lucky enough in life. Among his opportunities, his relentless curiosity about the world have lead him to have already managed to travel to tens of countries on four continents, and has as one of his lifelong ambitions to keep on traveling, as much as he possibly can, the whole globe.

Given his international experience, having lived in three different countries on three continents, he firmly believes in how much travel and a multicultural experience can change one`s own world. Therefore, he will keep dedicating his life to leveraging opportunities to allow others to do so as well; at the same time he will keep on changing his own world.

In the years to come, he will be known as a great man in his family, as a great friend and an educator for those around him who will keep on preaching about the need of people to engage in traveling the world.

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