Travel

'I Sell Private Islands to The Rich and Famous'

I had one guy who was a billionaire from the U.K. He was interested in buying one of the islands I own in Belize last year. He flew in on a private jet but it was very important to him to travel anonymously.
AMPLIFY - Finance

100 Millionaires Reveal 4 Money Moves Anyone Can Try

This guy interviewed 100 millionaires and found 4 money moves they love to make. Find out the ones that work for you and start your journey towards wealth creation and protection today.

'Earth at Night in Color' Reveals the Nocturnal Lives of Animals

Until now cameras only allowed a glimpse into the secret nocturnal life of animals, but with next-generation cameras, this new Apple TV+ docuseries, for which Newsweek had a first look video, reveals wildlife at night clear as day for the first time ever.
AMPLIFY - Health & Wellness

7 Tips for a Safe Flight During COVID-19

Flying can be stressful during a global pandemic, but these tips can help you prepare before stepping on the plane.

A Tribute to Sean Connery the Original 007: The Most Iconic Bond Locations

Known for his tuxedos, shaken-not-stirred martinis, Aston Martin luxury motorcars and gadgets (courtesy of Q), the British secret agent—portrayed by six different actors on film, beginning with Sean Connery in 1962—has consistently foiled villains in adventures set in far-flung, exotic locales.

Goofy to Ghastly: Gargoyles Around the World

From Darth Vader on the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., to stone dragons in China's Forbidden City, behold some of the most unexpected and unique grotesques and gargoyles from around the world.

'Colette the Artist' Pig Is Exactly What 2020 Needs Right Now

If 2020 is the year when anything can happen, couldn't it be the year a pig can be an artist? "Colette the Artist," a rising star of the Mill Valley Film Festival, offers a downtrodden world hope that 2020 can still hold joy and possibilities.

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