230: Princess Umul Hatiyya Ibrahim Mahama: The Globe Trotting Princess Shares Her Dream

Princess Umul Hatiyya Ibrahim MahamaHave you ever wanted to travel the world, see amazing sights and experience new cultures but thought “Man what would I do with the kids?”

Well I know that I have, and I guess mentally I have set my stall out for when they all grow up and leave home, and then straight on a airplane I’ll go.

But does it have to be that way?

Do you have to wait until everything seems perfect in your life, or do you just need to show a passion and a commitment to the task?

Well todays guest is a lady who decided in 2007 that she would visit every country on earth, and has currently visited 36 and five continents.

Planning her work carefully to allow for months of travel each year, as soon as the kids are in school, she leaves them with her beloved nanny, packs her bags and sets off alone to start conversations with total strangers, and the collection of unforgettable memories.

As she says “I am a dreamer and a doer. I am passionate about living life to the full and empowering others to do the same. I wear many hats; I am a writer, mother, entrepreneur, philanthropist and a ‘modern Marco Polo’.

And now as the 230th guest on Join Up Dots she can add interviewee to her titles too.

So without further a do, its with great delight that I bring onto the show to start joining up dots, the lady with the longest name I have ever seen, Princess Umul Hatiyya Ibrahim Mahama.

 

Show Highlights

During the episode we discussed such weighty topics such as:

Why it is so important to feel the fear but then do it anyway. It’s the only way to gain the life that you deserve.

Why Princess feels that it is so important to look back at your childhood and make a list of things that inspired you and still inspire you. And then start working towards bringing them into your life.

How she spends six months of her life planning her travels so she can set off confident in the knowledge that she will make the most of her time away.

Why she made sure that she was the first Ghanaian to throw herself off the Auckland Bridge in New Zealand, even though she was terrified to do it. 

And lastly…..

Why she believes that her superstar parents gave her a true gift, when they encouraged her to always do the things that she wanted to do and love every second of life.

 

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