‘Think Less, Feel More’ – Extreme Survival, Calum Morrison

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Nature and Nurture

Seeking meaningful adventure? Calum Morrison runs programs that blend rugged expeditions to faraway spaces with intense introspection and self development.‘We challenge people to think differently about themselves,’ the former Royal Marine says of his unique approach. ‘To find ones true self, to become more connected.’ During his time in the military and as a consultant Morrison operated in various war zones, including Bosnia, Afghanistan, Somalia and Libya.

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