Bertrand Piccard is a psychiatrist and balloonist who made it around the world despite having failed on his first two attempts. His words of advice? Drop your ballast and change altitude to live a better life. By becoming an explorer, you can exceed your comfort zone. And once you've acquired a taste for adventure, you'll be ready for anything.
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