Let the Countdown Begin!

MicrophoneIn exactly one month from today, we launch the World to the Wise podcast!

I’m looking forward to it for so many reasons. It will give me a chance to connect in a more personal way with friends, readers, and subscribers around the world. And that’s the exciting part — you can listen from practically anywhere on the planet! Sometimes it’s easier to SAY what you have to say than to write it. I’ll be more spontaneous. In a sense, you’ll have a clearer picture of who this David Durham guy is.

The podcast will also give me the opportunity to introduce you to some fascinating people. I’ve already begun interviewing some of these, and on launch date, April 8, you’ll have a chance to meet at least one or two of them. People like Chris Guillebeau, who made it a personal quest to visit every country on the planet. Like Dr. Ming Wang, who escaped the horrors of China’s Cultural Revolution to become one of the top pioneering eye surgeons in the world. Or a pair of doctors who have given their lives to bring healing in the hungriest nation on earth.

What do all of my interviewees have in common? All of them have crossed some kind of cultural bridge. Usually voluntarily, sometimes not so much.

In between interviews, I’ll be sharing some of my own musings, observations, and stories for the culturally curious. Stories about language, about navigating the changing times we live in, and about discovering cultural gems around the world as well as at home.

I would love for you to join the adventure. This includes writing to me about cultural topics you would like to see addressed. Please leave your comments! What would you like to talk about?

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One Response to Let the Countdown Begin!

  1. Robin Dillard March 9, 2016 at 1:38 am #

    I think it would be entertaining for folks to write in with funny things that have happened to them while in another culture 😉

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