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A Life Less Ordinary

By Udhara de Silva

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Description

This is the interview series that looks at the little steps taken and ordinary things done to make ordinary people extraordinary. Hosts Udhara de Silva, Tanya Warnakulasuriya and Vanessa Fernandez have fascinating conversations with artists, adventurers, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, misfits and rebels to show that there's something to learn from every journey.

Customer Reviews

Inspiring and motivating

As a Sri Lankan woman I never thought a Sri Lanka woman could be so brave to climb Mount Everest. What I learned from Jayanthi is that women can do anything if you are positive to take any challenge. We need more role models like her. I personally congratulate both climbers parents for bringing up such brave children. I hope I can get more hidden inspiring stories like this with upcoming episodes. I also congratulate Udhara and Tanya for sharing these people's stories with the world.

First time hearing from unsung Sri Lankan heroes

Wow! Congratulations Udara

The three most important ways youth and teens learn to express their caring for others and evolve toward active citizenship is through:
Innovative thinking
Leadership
Responsible actions/ commitment
That's exactly what you have done !

I can see how you are becoming a valuable human with meaningful life.

Sri Lankan ordinary people who are doing extraordinary things never had a platform to share their experiences.

First episode itself touched, moved and inspired me. It opens my eyes, mind and heart ... I'm so proud of my son. I saw how much of planning, writing , money, time and effort you put it in. This PRODUCTION is fully worth your labour, pain and expenses. Please pass our best wishes to your co- host as well.

A fascinating insight

And strong first entry into 'A life less ordinary' podcast. Great work!

Just as promised the podcast highlights "the little steps, the ordinary things people do, to become extraordinary"...

The conversation flowed naturally.
What I loved was how down to earth the podcast was, in exploring the human elements of the challenge of climbing Everest.

Although I'd never consider such a challenge, I found myself laughing to the awkward moments and also on edge as these two humble Sri Lankans elaborated on the difficulties they faced climbing Everest.

I found the message relatable in strange ways and felt inspired by the way these individuals broke down the challenge.

Can't wait to hear what the podcast explores next.

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