In this episode of Dynamic Conversations, I chat with my dear friend Asja Caspari. Asja is a talented portrait and fashion photographer. 

(Seriously, check out her photos on Instagram!)

In this dynamic conversation, we talk about the list of Kevin Kelly, the founding executive editor of Wired magazine, where he gives 68 pieces of life advice upon turning 68.

Do have a look at his list yourself; you’ll not regret checking out his blog post “68 Bits of Unsolicited Advice” and the lessons you can get from it!

Aside from that, we also chat about finding mentors, happiness, the skills that changed both our lives, and much more. 

Please enjoy this dynamic conversation between Asja and me.

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