A LIFE EXTRAORDINARY

Have you ever wondered what it takes to achieve extraordinary things in life?

Some people are driven to go above and beyond the ordinary. To challenge the expected, push the impossible and adventure into the unknown to reach new heights. But what is it that gives people this natural urge to explore their boundaries, to go above their comfort zone, beyond their limits? We took a journey with 4 extraordinary individuals from the world of music, sport, design-tech and conservation to help us find out. We invited Cambridge University professor and leading psychologist, Dr. Brian R. Little along to help us decode what motivates us to go above and beyond.

COURAGE

COURAGE

XIAN ZHANG

Fast-rising classical music star Xian Zhang has overcome huge odds and defied cultural norms to become the first female music director of an Italian symphony orchestra. Discover what enabled her to break the glass ceiling.

VISION

VISION

TOM LALAMPAA

Award-winning conservationist Tom Lalampaa risks his own safety to settle Kenyan tribal disputes for the sake of the environment and human rights. Find out what enables him to stay composed in the toughest of conditions.

OPENNESS

OPENNESS

ANOUK WIPPRECHT

Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht is forging new paths in the emerging field of design and robotics, to create designs that move, breathe, and react to the environment around them. Find out what gives her the capability to push the boundaries.

DEDICATION

DEDICATION

VICTOR MINIBAEV

Russian Diver, Double European Champion Victor Minibaev has been diving since the age of seven. Now he’s on the road to Rio on a mission to become the best high diver on Earth. Discover what makes him unstoppable.

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There is an amazing capacity in each of us to rise to the occasion when challenged. To live a life extraordinary.

DR BRIAN R LITTLE DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY, CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY

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