We’ve been following the maiden voyage of Unreasonable at Sea since before they set sail. The ship of entrepreneurs is now halfway through its 100-day journey, so I caught up with them via Skype at their Port of Call in Singapore to learn more about what its like on board.
- Daniel Epstein, Unreasonable at Sea and Unreasonable Group
- Scott Frank, One Earth Designs
- Catlin Powers, One Earth Designs
- Rachel McCallister, Moderator, MPRM Communications
When we first heard about Unreasonable, we thought: “Whoa! This is such an amazing idea!” said Caitlin Powers of One Earth Designs. “We’re going to go to all these great countries where people have been already asking about our products and we’re going to be able to find multiple distributors. And all of those things have happened, but I would say that something even more amazing has happened, which is that we’ve all come together here on this ship. All these people with great ideas, and we’ve gone beyond our companies and started talking about what is the future world that we want to see and how can we really build towards that and collaborate actively towards that direction. That’s really changed my way of thinking. So I would say that I came onboard this ship thinking: “What can I do to help my company?” And already halfway through I’m starting to think: “What can I do to collaborate with other companies around the world to really do something that’s bigger than our company?”
Download the MP3 or read the Full Interview Transcript. The Unreasonable at Sea voyage wraps up in Barcelona on April 25, 2013. You can follow their journey through videos and more at their Voyage Blog.