Wade Davis – Musings At 65

22/11/2022


Wade Davis is a master storyteller, whether he’s discussing his anthropological work in far-flung places like the Amazon or the Arctic or describing his everyday encounters with cab drivers or neighbouring monks. This Explorer in Residence at the National Geographic Society and author of fifteen books joined us three times on stage at our 20th edition. In this instance, he shared with the ideacity audience his secrets for feeling great at 65, and other thoughts and gathered wisdoms collected along the road to reaching that milestone birthday.


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