In this episode of Chasing the Insights, I talk to filmmaker, photographer and genuinely inspiring person, Sej Saraiya.

Sej talks to us about why doing nothing is the best thing you can do for yourself and your business. And how we can take time out and just be.

Sej Saraiya is an award-winning ethnographic and fine-art photographer and filmmaker who has spent the last several years travelling to the deep interiors of Asia and the Americas, capturing images that tell stories of remote cultures.

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Her photographic work has taken her where not many dare to go, bringing back wisdom and intimate portraits of the last tattooed headhunters of remote India, the medicine women of British Columbia, the shamans of the Venezuelan Amazonas, and such globally revered leaders and humanitarians as Their Holinesses the Dalai Lama and Sri Sri Ravi Shankar; all with the broader vision of sharing and preserving our world’s wealth of wisdom, cultures, and lands.

She speaks in a variety of forums, holds workshops, and moderates or contributes to panels at universities, museums, and festivals. She holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Southern California. Her photographs have been exhibited worldwide and hang in the homes of private collectors around the world.

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