Adventures lurk in the moments
of our everyday.

Some take place on mountains, some in conversations, some in choices chosen, or let to pass.




Our world is full of people with a diverse range of talents, experiences, and ideas.

In my travels, digital and corporeal, I am fortunate to meet many an inspirational individual, and this is where I get to introduce them to you (and you to them as well).



Perspectives influence how we interpret and interact with the world.

We grow up believing a combination of what we’ve been taught, what we’ve seen and heard, and what we’ve assumed/deciphered along the way.



On Climbing The Mountain

On Climbing The Mountain

Sometimes we’d like life to be a sprint. A dash of effort followed by an eon of relaxation. A hiking up a hill and peering through the trees to see a sunset over the ocean. Except minus the sprint or the hike. But it really doesn’t work that way, at least for me. I...
Crossing Canada with the Maplemusketeer eBook Launch!

Crossing Canada with the Maplemusketeer eBook Launch!

My eBook Crossing Canada with the Maplemusketeer is now out! It’s 437 pages long, full of photos with a bit of writing, and it’s free/pay what you want. Why? Because my whole purpose in the trip, and my passion in life, is encouraging awesomeness....
One Last Cast

One Last Cast

One Last Cast Davis Bay, British Columbia There’s a wood carving of a dwarf with a fishing rod set out on those old pilings. He’s hooked the back of his pants on his back-cast, and has been pulling for many years now. When I was really young, growing up on...

Jordan Oram: StorytellerMentor, and Speaker.

Born and raised alongside the Pacific Ocean in British Columbia, Canada, he has a passion for finding and sharing better perspectives in our world.

Since April of 2012 he has been travelling the world as a Digital Nomad seeking to encourage awesomeness through his ebooks, social media, speaking, and mentoring.


If you want to build a ship, don't drum up the men to gather wood, divide the work, and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea.

Antoine de Saint-Exupery