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Why to think like an Adventurer | Paul Hoepner & Hansen Hoepner | TEDxFHKufstein

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Published on Sep 3, 2019

For Paul and Hansen, adventure has become a general attitude in life. They believe, that the propensity for convenience in our society, causes many problems. They claim, that if you start thinking like an Adventurer in your life, you chose the better way over the convenient way. You can start making better, more sustainable decisions, by asking yourself a simple question. Paul Hoepner, born five minutes after his brother Hansen, spent a year in Australia after completing high school, then graduated in media design in Cologne and then spent two years working in an agency (virtual­identity.com) as an online conceptioner in Berlin. He then studies Human Factors (humanfactors.tu­berlin.de) in Berlin and worked at Pocketweb (www.pocketweb.de) as a project manager and conceptioner for mobile applications. Both have worked together as inventors and adventurers for many years and can be seen on many talks and TV shows.

Hansen Hoepner, born on April 6, 1982 in Singen am Hohentwiel, studied Product Design and Photography at the Academy of Fine Arts Maastricht. After graduation he worked for the interior designer Maurice Mentjens. In 2011 he moved from Maastricht to Berlin to plan the bike tour from Berlin to Shanghai with his brother. He currently works as an independent product designer in Berlin and is part of the central organization team of the creative working group KAOS (www.kaosberlin.de). This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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