Feb 08
A Solo 6,000 Mile Motorcycle Ride Offers a Guide to Inner Peace
In this show Ran Zilca, tech expert and entrepreneur offers an up-close commentary of the thoughts, feelings and experiences in his book, Ride of Your Life - a Coast-to-Coast Guide to Finding Inner Peace.  In the back and forth with host, Dr. Suzanne Phillips, Ran describes a 6,000 mile solo motorcycle journey out of unhappiness to follow a dream that seems unlikely, far-fetched, exhilarating and at times frightening.

We hear about the experience of aloneness, the freedom of the road, the doubts, the changing meaning of human connection and the need to embrace the unexpected and unplanned. In tandem with the journey, Ran stops for brief interviews with experts in psychology and wellness. Surprised and humbled by their willingness to meet with him, he shares some of these moments and passes forward words of wisdom he has received. You will find this both enjoyable and enlightening.

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