The most successful people aren’t just the ones who’ve made it big.
They’re also the ones with the ability to create their own stories, to craft their own identities, and to inspire people to follow their own path.
There’s nothing like a snowflake to fuel a fire.
They don’t just pop into existence; they’re born.
That’s what makes Snowballers so special.
Here’s a look at some of the most successful snowbirds of all time: *Snowballers have made it in the snow.
That alone makes them unique and fascinating.
But Snowballing is a far more diverse phenomenon than just the supermodel-turned-snowbird.
A new report from BuzzFeed News suggests that people who make it big in snow sports have a far higher rate of mental health problems than those who don’t.
The study, conducted by the nonprofit group The Snowball Project, found that one in four people who have made their way into the snow sport world have had depression or anxiety disorders in the last two years.
The average number of snowballers in the world is about 300, according to BuzzFeed News, and they make up the majority of the sport’s elite.
“It’s hard to be a snowballer and be a super-successful snowbird,” one of the participants told BuzzFeed News.
“But it’s what we do.
And it’s why I can be my mom and not be a superstar at all.”