Our mission with the Uncommon Life Project is to teach you how to invest in yourself so you can create the life you want to live. When it comes to the United States, Brian and I are very capable of helping business owners achieve financial freedom. Beyond our borders, however, we turn to other professionals for their wealth-building expertise. Our guest for this episode, Brian Glorioso, is here to translate the Uncommon Wealth philosophy for the global playing field so entrepreneurs across the world can implement similar principles no matter where they’re doing business.
Brian is the founder of Adventure Access, a strategic enterprise on the Tibetan Plateau. Eastern Tibet is an amazing place to experience, but with little infrastructure, it can be a difficult region to explore without connections and resources. Brian and his team have been living and working in Eastern Tibet for 17 years, bringing trekking, mountain biking, mountaineering, and cultural experiences to travel enthusiasts from all walks of life.
Brian leads the Adventure Access team and serves as the primary experience coordinator. He is an avid mountain biker, climber, and trekker who continues to use these passions to show the beauty of western China’s wilderness. In his free time, Brian enjoys reading, triathlons, and spending time with his family. During our conversation, Brian shares his expertise on building a strategic enterprise and talks about how he has helped others follow a similar path.
What You Will Learn in This Episode:
- Brian’s entrepreneurial journey
- How Brian has helped his children adapt and assimilate to new cultures
- The difference between travel and vacation
- How Brian has helped others use a strategic enterprise model to follow a similar path
- Why strategic enterprises are the most sustainable and beneficial to the communities in which they are created
- How Brian has gained a significant advantage over all of his competitors in 2021
- The traditional American wealth-building principles that are applicable beyond U.S. borders