Through the miracle of modern technology my guest today on FUN, is come to us from across the pond, and by pond I mean the ocean and due to the wonders of technologies not always working, we've had to go old fashioned and use telephones today. Typically on FUN we bring you people in the business and social space where they find ways to have fun but my guest today is FUN full time! He's name is Julius Dein, he is a 22 year old Brit and he is an Internet Personality. He has over 6 million followers and he has come into fame through the videos he has created on Youtube. Julius does social experiments, magic and pranks on his channel that have made him very popular.
There is crazy and there is insane. There is a difference and my guest on today's episode is not insane, I promise you that, but he is crazy. I believe it's the crazy people of the world that make the difference, if you are same same as everyones else you are not going to standout and make a difference. When we look at the people that have made the real accomplishments, that make real impact, that impact the world and inspire us, and open our minds to what is possible, it is the crazy people that do that. Sitting with me on the sofa is Croix Sather. Croix holds a couple of World Records for doing some crazy stuff. One of the things he did was run across Death Valley in California unassisted. At the moment Croix is living through a life experiment where he is finding out what it is like to be homeless, not living homeless on the streets but living with out restrictions, Croix explains all.
It's one thing to hustle your life away but it is another to have a side hustle, does that still mean you have to grind it out, I don't think so. My guest is going to help pay tribute to this fact, his name is Chris Guillebeau. Chris is a multiple author of best-selling books, hosts a 7 day a week podcast called The Side Hustle School, and the most fascinating thing about Chis is over the last ten years he has visited every country in the world, all 193 of them through what he calls travel hacking.