ACHIEVE THE “IMPOSSIBLE”
Helping you become a powerful leader
Ricardo is an international keynote speaker, consultant, author, filmmaker, and explorer. He immigrated to the United States from Mexico City after graduating from photography school with the singular focus of building a career that would allow him to explore the world. Later he earned a Film degree at the University of Texas at Austin, then he went on to create documentary work in Mexico and China, and make the famous pilgrimage Camino de Santiago in Spain. His most recent project, Pedal South, entailed leading a team on a two-year expedition cycling from Alaska to Argentina. The purpose was to create a documentary that would give a perspective of the people and landscape of the Americas today.
His goal is to spread compassion, knowledge, and wisdom gained through overcoming inconceivable obstacles so people can unlock their potential, achieve what seems impossible, and find contentment.
Ricardo immigrated to the US from after graduating from photography school. Later he earned a Film degree at the UT Austin, then he went on to create documentary work in Mexico and China, and make the pilgrimage Camino de Santiago. His most recent project, Pedal South, entailed leading a team cycling from Alaska to Argentina.
Ricardo is a keynote speaker, author, and explorer. His most recent project, Pedal South, entailed leading a team on a two-year expedition cycling 14,000 from Alaska to Argentina.
Today, you will hear the story of how he achieved the “Impossible”… Of how he went from having nothing but a big dream to traveling around the world as an explorer.
He is going to share with you the lessons that he learned along the way, lessons that will help you become a powerful leader and achieve what seems impossible.
Please welcome Ricardo Palomares.
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