The Nowhere Men are an adventure travel trio, that explore the world capturing their experience for television.
They started their adventures together during the summer of 2014, driving from London, England to Ulan Bataar, Mongolia in a laughably small car.
They continued their adventures, driving from their home of New York City to Ushuaia, the southernmost tip of South America, also known as "The End of the World," between April 2015 and May 2016.
Their motto "No Clue, No Crew" highlights the spontaneous nature of their trips. Before their adventures they had no film experience, and minimal travel experience, and yet the survive, and some might say flourish, on their adventures.
Alex is a Co-Founder at BestMe, a revolutionary personal development platform.
BestMe was founded because the internet and media have confused everyone about what it takes to be healthy. Or taking a step back, about what being healthy even means.
BestMe will help people achieve their most important mental health, physical health and relationship goals, by providing clear, science-based, entertaining health content. Then we'll show you the best tools available to help people achieve their goals.
We're in our pre-launch phase, but big things are coming soon.
"Help Me Learn Piano" was a social experiment in learning how to play the piano. The mission, learn piano by only playing what pedestrians in New York would teach me. I would go out into Washington Square park for several hours at a time, and accept whatever teachings New Yorkers and tourists would provide. Over the course of the week I would practice only what those people taught me and then return to the park the following week.
M Collective is an interview series highlighting 20-somethings who are making a name for themselves. The people featured on M Collective are artists, entrepreneurs, scientists, journalists, and activists. They tell their stories, not to promote themselves, but show us all how they're no different than us.
This series was born from a realization that so many podcasts focus on providing us with inspiration from people who are already super successful. These are people who have achieved great things, but whose lives could not be more different from our own.
M Collective brings the stories of people just like us, who are maybe just a bit more advanced. They exemplify the qualities we aspire towards, and show us how they gained them.
Alex's writings focus on issues of psychology, personal development, and human connection. Through his words he tries to help people understand the beliefs that may be holding them back from thriving such as: identity based beliefs developed in childhood, fear of the unknown (primarily induced by the media), fear of vulnerability and more. Some of his writing can be found at the links below: