How I bounced back to ski in one of the world’s best ski resorts

Lying in a hospital bed after a near-fatal injury, I wondered if I would ever get to ski again and participate in one of my favourite sports.

It was at that moment I realised that all I loved about life could have disappeared so quickly.

My edited video from a recent holiday to Verbier, Switzerland, is an homage to a sport I love and to capturing those great and special moments in life. There are few things I love more than the adrenaline-pumping experience of flying down a sun-kissed mountain, to a backdrop of snow-topped peaks that is the stuff of fairytales.

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As one of the world’s most stable economies, Switzerland cannot be bracketed as an ‘emerging nation’ so a fuller piece doesn’t belong on this blog; its average wealth per adult alone is an incredible $513,000 (CHF467,000), putting the central European nation top of the league of developed nations. But this is my first foray into producing video content and so I’ve dropped in the video below. Check out my step-by-step guide, spelling out how I produced the video on my new site: the University of Inspiration – and more about my story.

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About emerge28

I travel the world, promoting foreign direct investment (FDI) into emerging nations via country branding reports within international media. The aim of my blog is to document some of the amazing places I travel to, the inspiring people I meet and chart how the world is changing, with power and growth moving east and south.
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