Mar 12, 2021
Chris Hadfield's floated in the most peculiar way when he
performed his poignant rendition of Bowie's Space Oddity from the
International Space Station. It captured 45 million views and
David Bowie tweeted to Chris-'Hallo Spaceboy'. Chris is a
renaissance man who effortlessly floats between science, music,
space, humanity and being a best-selling author who is also
releasing his first non-fiction book - The Apollo Murders.
Most of us dream, but what separates Chris from most is how he
chases his dreams with curiosity, conviction and care for Planet
Earth, and all living creatures. If you want to chase your dreams
then listen to the life lessons that Chris Hadfield offers.
penned his first non-fiction book Apollo as a child spent
hours gazing into the stars, and then one night, he watched Neil
Armstrong step onto the moon, and decided then and there to become
an astronaut. Many of us dream but what separates Chris from
most is his determination. Chris is a renaissance man - who
effortlessly floats between science to music to space to penning
his first non-fiction novel, The Apollo Murders.
A podcast packed with powerful life lessons on dreaming it and