Some people talk about making a difference. Sebastian Lindstrom gets out there and actually makes a difference at the grassroots level. A true nomad in every sense of the word.
When I reached Seb for this piece, he was in Berlin and on his way to Madrid and Hong Kong after two days at the Professor Muhammad Yunus Global Social Business Summit in Autostadt, Wolfsburg, Germany.
“With tickets at 950 Euros per person, what guerilla skeleton crew of four could possibly enter this event by paying? Crashing conferences is the new route for the grassroots to have a voice,” adds Sebastian.
Here’s a peek into his well-worn backpack: