5 Lessons Learned From Failed Adventures with Jesse Redheart

Jesse Redheart set off alone on a hike to explore Multnomah falls in the winter in Oregon. Ill prepared and snowed in, he soon found himself  stuck in the middle of nowhere, wet and freezing with no gear, no cell-service and no way out.

Jesse will discuss lessons he’s learned from adventures gone wrong. From the time he had to be rescued from the Oregon wilderness, to the time he was stuck in Laos without a passport, to when he got involved with the cartel in Mexico, ended up homeless in Japan, to when he was attacked in Alaska, and many more misadventures.

Find out how Jesse survived, how his training in the Finnish military helped, and what he learned from the experience.

Jesse Redheart is an Artist & Adventurer from Finland who’s been lucky enough to create and work with amazing people & brands all over the world. As a videographer, Jesse has worked on commercials, music videos and Youtube content, amassing over 100 million views on his videos. He also helped create successful brands, released his own music, retired before 30 and lived in 6+ countries. But most importantly, he’s always looking for a new adventure.

This program was organized by Grant McComb #1231.