The WiT Podcast
THE tale of how AJ Hackett, which invented industrial bungy jumping 30 a long time back and has included thrills to the life of 4 million people across the globe, went from 5% domestic business to 100% is an adventure in itself.
Picture this. Youthful Australian male, who ran
the very same park in Cairns, Australia, for almost 20 several years, moved to Singapore
late 2019 to expose his household to a new planet of journey that awaited in
A several months just after, borders shut down and he
and family are confined to a modest island and not only that, he has to help save the
business on Sentosa island from going less than. When 95% of your business
evaporates, you have to get daring and creative quite speedily.
By no means brain if you by yourself have performed much more than
300 bungy jumps, Covid is a challenge like no other, states Luke Johnson, and
never ever mind what we feel, bungy jumping is not about conquering fear but residing
“The moment I get rid of my anxiety is the day I will
quit,” he says.
In this dialogue,
understand how Johnson has taken classes from adventure athletics in working with
Covid, why his leap masters would make the best coaches in resilience and how
the park assisted hundreds of Singaporeans de-worry from the confines of dwelling
on a compact island with closed borders.
In the course of action, Johnson
has also learnt what issues most to Singaporeans – past the thrills, sure,
it is about the food stuff – and how AJ Hackett all over the world is rebranding itself into an
practical experience which is beyond the jumping and swinging, and it is just about remaining there, getting aspect of the entertaining.
And oh sure, it is also about finding out what goes on driving the scenes with
its new “Bouncing Back To Life” insider tour, which is element of a broader Sentosa
initiative to start Insider Tours throughout the island.
The excursions are but to be introduced and it was wonderful to get a sneak preview
from Luke – we surely learnt a secret or two in the course of this podcast and it’s
practically in your trousers.
Want to find out? Have a pay attention.