Four Seasons explores how travelers can make the most of this year’s 366 days, through dynamic conversations with global adventurers in its newly launched Take the Leap podcast series.
The world’s leading luxury hospitality company’s Take the Leap podcast series introduces audiences to three influencers, three hosts, and a trio of Four Seasons destinations as they share their meaningful travel moments, stepping outside one’s comfort zone, and what it means to truly Take Your Time.
Episode 1: Jessica Nabongo and Alicia Miller Corbett: The Power of Travelling Outside Your Comfort Zone, Four Seasons Hotel Firenze
Writer, entrepreneur, public speaker, and travel influencer Jessica Nabongo is the first documented black woman to visit every country in the world. In Take the Leap’s debut episode, together with host Alicia Miller Corbett, Editor in Chief of Four Seasons Magazine, Jessica describes her two-and-a-half-year journey. After a Four Seasons experience in the Tuscan countryside foraging with a fourth-generation truffle hunter, a mixology class with head bartender Karem Pasqualetti, and a cooking lesson from Michelin starred Chef Vito Mollica, Jessica encourages listeners to live life without limits.
Episode 2: Patrick Janelle and Georgina Miranda, Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo
Professional Instagrammer and content creator Patrick Janelle hosts episode two of Take the Leap podcast series. He interviews adventurer Georgina Miranda. Having conquered Mount Everest twice, founded consulting and coaching service She Ventures, and currently pursuing the “Explorer’s Grand Slam” (a quest to stand on the highest summits in each continent, as well as the North and South Pole), Miranda meets with Janelle in Costa Rica to discuss how travel and work/life balance can fuel success.
Episode 3: Poppy Jamie in conversation with Dave Krugman, Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto
In the final episode of the three-part series, wellbeing entrepreneur, former television host, and Happy Not Perfect app creator Poppy Jamie speaks with a professional photographer and passionate traveler Dave Krugman in Kyoto, Japan.
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