Gary Arndt: Top 5 Things I've Learned While Traveling the World

Gary Arndt
Gary Arndt is one of the few people in the world who can comfortably call the entire planet his home. In 2007, he sold his house and started on his way around the globe, and has so far visited all seven continents, 126 countries and territories, all 50 U.S. states, 9 out of the 10 Canadian provinces, every Australian state and territory, more than 180 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and 125-plus U.S. national parks.

Perspective is one of the traits you gain from being a world traveler, and we were fortunately able to track Gary down to ask him what he's learned on his journey:
Gary Arndt: Top 5 Things I've Learned While Traveling the World

2People Are Generally Good

Gary Arndt
"You'd never guess it from reading the news, but most people around the world are good. Most people are not murderers or terrorists. The media portrays the world as a scary places because it sells. In reality the vast majority of the world's population go about living without committing crimes or wishing ill to anyone. In 6 years of traveling around the world full time, I haven't been robbed, beaten or mugged. I have, however, been helped many times by strangers who have expected nothing in return."

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