50 REAL TIME ADVENTURERS Interview Questions and Answers

ADVENTURERS Interview Questions and Answers :-


1. List some tips for getting experience to become an adventurer?
Ans- Here are a few tips for getting experience to become an adventurer:
► Study
► Sign up for the Peace Corps
► Look for a nanny job abroad
► Teach English
► Sign up for a mission trip or a study abroad program
► Take a “gap year” and plan an adventure yourself

2. List a few tips for making adventure your career?
Ans- Here are a few tips to follow for making adventure your career:
► Get a job doing what you want.
► Seek funding for your expeditions.
► Document your adventures.
► Get a job where the adventure is.
► Get a job that requires travel
► Stay in academia.

3. Why should you be looking for a nannying job abroad?
Ans- It is common for young and unemployed women to work abroad in the childcare industry. It can be a fairly lucrative short-term opportunity, giving you the chance to immerse yourself in a new culture and make some money.
Staying in close quarters with a family is a great way to learn the culture and language, too, as well as building a long-term relationship with a family that you can follow up on later in your adventuring career. If you work in Germany with a family for a year, that’s one friendly group of folks you’ll always know when you’re passing through with a backpack and need a warm place to sleep.

4. List a few thing you will need before going on an adventure?
Ans- ► Reference materials, internet access
► Equipment as per your adventure, and clothing, etc.
► GPS, cell phone, maps, compass, all the things that help you find your way
► Funds and a solid budget
► Vacation time or unpaid leave from work (unless you are independently wealthy or willing to change occupations and live on the cheap)
► Blog or website to keep everyone informed Camera, To record your adventure in pictures.

5. What are the warnings while going for an adventure?
Ans- Spontaneity will still arise as part of the adventure but not without your asthma medication, leech-proof socks, and rain poncho. Be prepared.

6. List some important tips before being an adventurer?
Ans- ► Check for free ways to have real adventures like couch-surfing, language instruction, or vehicle transport for other party.
► There are plenty of packing lists you can find online for any kind of adventure, so make use of those by doing a quick search online, to save reinventing the wheel.
► Ask the locals for information wherever you go. Guidebooks can only take you so far and they’re subjective anyway. It’s a great opportunity to talk to local people and find out a lot more than you would normally.
► Carry a light weight load. Your backpack should carry only a comfortable amount of weight.

7 Why should you stay in academia?
Ans- While a large portion of the year will be devoted to on campus and in-class work, there are a variety of research positions available that will provide you with ample opportunity to get into the field on salary, the opportunity for sabbatical trips, and the necessary support to do the work that you want to do, whatever it is. If you need to be at the Tower of London to do research for your next historical novel, the support of a university is one of the best chances you’re going to get.

8 Why to get a job that requires travel?
Ans- Jobs that require travel, like salesmen, activity coordinators, musicians, or migrant laborers will ensure that you are constantly on the move and that every new day of work will yield and exciting and new experience.
Alternatively, try getting a job that you can do from anywhere. Telecommuting work, like copy editing, programming, and other online jobs will allow you the ability to work from home, from abroad, or from wherever you like. Gather together as many opportunities as possible and make your own hours.

9 How to get a job where the adventure is?
Ans- If being in country is an adventure for you, then whatever you are doing when you are there is adventurous, and will allow you to explore on your own in your own neighborhood. Get a job leading sightseeing tours or doing manual labor in a place you love and work for the weekend.
Many agricultural areas will hire seasonal labor, picking fruit, pruning grape vines, or doing other outdoor work. It can be challenging and low-paying, but if it allows you to move around, pack up, and leave on a regular basis, it may satisfy those adventurers with wanderlust.

10 Why should you document your adventures?
Ans- Write about your adventures. Consider updating people about your adventurous experiences via a blog, websites, or other social media networks. Film your exploits. The best way to get other people interested in your adventures and to get your name out there as an adventurer in need of funding is to market yourself and your particular set of talents.
Selling freelance photography or your videos is one of the best ways to get a foot in the door for a full time job with a publication or media service. Got great pictures of the great horned owls you saw on a hike? Try sending them to magazines. If you have got a great story about your time in Istanbul that needs to be told, try and get it published. If it is marketable, you may get a job offer.

11 Why to seek funding for your expeditions?
Ans- Your ultimate goal is to do something you love and get paid for it. If adventures are what you love, getting someone else to pay for your mushroom-gathering expedition to France or your next snowboarding trip to Switzerland is the dream.

12 How would you get a job doing what you want?
Ans- Recreation workers, trail guides, scuba instructors all have salaried positions you can get with the proper experience and certifications. The experience you have gleaned from traveling abroad, adventuring on your own, or studying in your desired field should open up a variety of options doing the type of thing you want to do. Get a job with the state at your favorite park, or start your own business teaching kayaking lessons.
If you are getting paid to teach other people about what you love, every day can be an adventure. Get a job at a ski resort teaching snowboarding lessons, or work your way up at an aquarium. You do not necessarily have to be a marine biologist to work with animals.

13 Why should you take a gap year and plan an adventure yourself?
Ans- Just go. Couch surfing organizations and opportunities on organic farms are available for anyone who has the time to invest. This will give you experience traveling, living in another culture, and the support net available might develop into a long term opportunity you would never have known about otherwise. You are laying the foundation for future stories and successes by just getting out and going.
When you get back from your adventure, use the experience as an “in” for getting a job. now that you have got experience, you are a much more marketable adventurer.

14 Why to sign up for a mission trip or a study abroad program?
Ans- If you have got the time and the resources, your church or you school may organize yearly trips abroad that will give you some of the flavor of the kind of adventure you seek. Even if it is only for a couple weeks and even if the work is hard, building houses, you are earning your way and building the necessary skills. Any adventurous job you will apply for down the road will look on this kind of experience warmly.
This can be especially great for anyone with an interest in humanitarian work, though you will be at the mercy of a travel group, which may end up on the touristy side of things. Plan side trips and create your own fun.

15 Why should you teach English?
Ans- English skills are in demand worldwide. Especially, the demand for English teachers is on the rise. Most programs that facilitate your teaching experience, hooking you up with a job and the necessary qualifications, will require a BA in any field, but not all. You might be able to find a gig teaching private lessons yourself, but an organization that specializes in placing teachers in positions abroad is the safest and easiest way to go about getting a gig.

16 Why to sign up for the peace corps?
Ans- One great way to have a guaranteed and semi-organized experience abroad for up to two years is to sign up for the Peace Corps. This can be a good way to pay back student loans, develop the skills necessary to travel, and build connections in other places. It’s also an extremely satisfying way to give back, as you will be participating in humanitarian aid of the most necessary sort.
Combine Peace Corps work with your own side travels over the course of your time there to make the most of it. Take a weekend to jaunt up to the Mediterranean and explore the cuisine, or to check out the scenic Scandinavian hiking trails. It will leave you rejuvenated and ready to get back to the hard work you will be doing.

17 What should you study to become an adventurer?
Ans- ► If you are interested in scientific adventures, study biology or other related life sciences. Chemistry will keep you in the lab and on the computer, while marine biology will get you into the field.
► If you are interested in travel, hospitality and tourism programs would be a smart investment. Study a foreign language as an added bonus in marketing yourself down the road.
► If you are interested in outdoor sports or other activities that involve being in nature, ecology programs with all sorts of specialties are available all over the country. Talk to an academic adviser to find out what is right for you.
► After graduating, you can apply for Fulbright Fellowship or other grant program to fund a research or teaching experience in another country. They field all manner of different project ideas, from teaching music forms.
► If college is not in the cards for you, never fear. Keeping yourself informed about your intended adventurous field does not necessarily need to be any more complicated than getting a library card and doing the work yourself. Developing a good set of skills, like videography or photography can likewise be a particularly useful skill. Someone needs to know how to operate those high-definition video cameras in the arctic.

18 Why to think about helping people?
Ans- If there was an injured rabbit in your backyard when you were a kid, you took it in a shoe box and cared for it. Humanitarian and philanthropic adventures are right up your alley. Consider legal or medical fields.

19 Why would you consider cultural exploration?
Ans- For you, adventure might be archaeological research or journalism. It might be culinary, historical, or artistic. Also consider anthropology and sociology, if you’ve an aptitude for research.

20 Why is it important to digging out your bug collection?
Ans- Volcanoes set your mind whirl. You could name all the dinosaurs when you were a kid. Never afraid to pick up frogs or touch snakes, maybe you always felt at home with other species.
Scientific research adventures are for you. Consider biology, zoology, paleontology, or geology as potential fields.

21 Why should you count up your scars?
Ans- Always on the move, maybe you feel cooped up while sitting in class. Maybe the idea of working at a computer in a drab office fills you with nameless dread. Maybe you have no fear of riding your bicycle fast in heavy traffic and think scuba diving sounds like a relaxing weekend activity. White water? Bring it on.
For you, adventure might consist of extreme sports, outdoor endurance activities, or exploration.

22 Tell me about patience in the career of adventurers?
Ans- You need to be in this for the long run. It will probably take years before you write a good book, get involved with exciting projects, or earn much money. You need to enjoy the process and the journey. You will need to work many hours. You will need self discipline and to learn to manage your time, just like anyone running their own small business.

23 Why should you consider the outdoors?
Ans- If the idea of hiking in the mountains among clear streams fills you with tranquility and not a panicky desire for antihistamine, adventure for you might consist of wildlife conservation, eco-tourism, or scenic recreation.

24 What are the things which separate those who make long careers from adventure?
Ans- Two things separate those who make long careers from adventure from those who fall by the wayside:
► Money
► Patience

25 Why would you define adventure for yourself?
Ans- An adventurer is typically someone who seeks out unusual and uncommon situations. If you want to make a career out of adventuring, how you choose to define “adventure” will shape the plans, methods, destinations, meanings and purpose of your career.
► Wanting to be an adventurer does not necessarily mean you have to embrace rock climbing if you are interested in the toads of the Amazon. Channel your interests into an adventurous career and choose something personally fulfilling and meaningful.

26 List a few ways to find your adventure?
Ans- Here are a few ways to find your adventure:
► Define adventure for yourself
► Consider the outdoors
► Count up your scars
► Consider cultural exploration
► Think about helping people
► Dig out your bug collection

27 How to become an adventurer?
Ans- Here are three ways you should follow to become an adventurer:
► Finding your adventure
► Getting experience
► Making adventure your career

28 How much little money can you exist on?
Ans- A few adventurers are rich, but remember the outliers. Most adventurers are not rich. Consider also the fairly reliable correlation that richer adventurers live less adventurously than the poorer dirt bags living out of vans but climbing 300 days every year. Think about what you want. If you want to earn well, you would be wise to get a different job and just spend some of your earnings on adventures. I know plenty of less intelligent, less driven people who earn many times what I do. And besides, wanting to live adventurously is almost the antithesis of wanting to be rich.

29 What are the outliers when considering trying to make a career out of travel?
Ans- When considering trying to make a career out of travel and adventure, do not make the mistake of imagining your career path to emulate those of the outliers in the field. By definition you are unlikely to achieve as much as them:
► You are unlikely to be as great a climber.
► You are unlikely to sell as many books.
► You are unlikely to take photos.
► You are unlikely to make films as successful.
► You are unlikely to be on telly.
► You are unlikely to be as rich.
► You are unlikely to have the biggest stroke of luck that makes great things happen.
► You are unlikely to have the best address book full of useful contacts who can make great things happen for you.

30 What is an adventurer?
Ans- A person willing to take risks or use dishonest methods for personal gain is called an adventurer.
An adventure is an exciting or unusual experience. It may also be a bold, usually risky undertaking, with an uncertain outcome. Adventures may be activities with some potential for physical danger such as exploring, skydiving, mountain climbing, river rafting or participating in extreme sports. The term also broadly refers to any enterprise that is potentially fraught with physical, financial or psychological risk, such as a business venture, or other major life undertakings.

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