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Almost every time Michael Huffman steps out of the door, it’s likely that a great story will develop. If we’re lucky, he’ll share it with us. Whether traveling on his own or while working for a Fortune 100 company, unusual situations and people seem to find him. Many people face choices in life, but most opt for the safety and security of ‘the known’. Instead, Huffman says ‘yes’ to adventure and literally chooses to take the path less traveled. Thus far, he’s lived to share his stories with appreciative audiences applauding his bravery. His witty recollections of bizarre situations around the globe are captured in approachable, casually recounted short stories. Huffman is a modern day, multi-media storyteller.
In “The Monkey Who Licked the Hearing Aid”, he writes about his fear of monkeys while entertaining a petless vegetarian friend who insisted on visiting the monkeys in the Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud, Bali while living there.
Huffman, as the host of The Crocodile Monologues, writes and podcasts about seemingly diverse topics like: building a house in Bali that gets taken over by the mafia, finding his artistic biological family as an adult adoptee, coming out as gay in Corporate America, traveling in the slums of Mumbai, Star-Kist tuna canneries in American Samoa, Japanese bathhouses, Banff National Park in rutting season, the hills above Chiang Mai to study massage, Corsica beaches involving gun shots, Florida camping disasters involving crocodiles, Bali encountering a spell-casting black-magic priest, Canadian H.J. Heinz ketchup factory, and Kroger supermarket food stores across the U.S.
Huffman encourages others to choose adventure over security and to ‘Live Like a Crocodile’.