From the Path Less Traveled Productions was founded to support, highlight & provide a voice to people on — or to those considering — unconventional & challenging paths in life.
FTPLT Productions’ goal is to highlight interesting, inspiring & resilient people who’ve chosen unconventional paths, experienced uncommon things, or who have been subject to difficult or unusual conditions or circumstances on their journey and to provide a platform to share their stories & the valuable lessons they’ve learned along the way.
Success is about much more than the act of accomplishing goals, it’s about the journey to achieve them — and how that journey changes a person — regardless of whether one ultimately attains the kind of success they seek or not.
Now seeking interview subjects for a video documentary series (and podcast) about resilience & hope.
The Lessons Learned From The Path Less Traveled Project
It’s about resilience.
It’s about hope.
It’s about adversity.
It’s about defying the odds.
It’s about staying true to yourself.
It’s about goals, dreams & aspirations.
It’s about success, setbacks — and failure.
And it’s about sharing what you’ve learned.
If you’ve struggled at times and have learned valuable lessons as a result, I’d love to talk to you (whether you consider yourself successful or not). Because the fact is, the struggles of our lives often provide far more valuable lessons than our successes ever do. I want to help you share your story and the things you’ve learned along the way.
I departed San Diego in late August. I made my way across the USA and up to Maine before heading south down the east coast.
As of this update, I am currently in Florida and plan on waiting out the winter months here while working with people throughout this state.
My trajectory following my time in Florida is still undecided.
Map updated: November 21, 2019 — Blue: Heading East and North — Purple: Heading South
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