Get Paid to Travel
What an incredible show today as I sit down (in person) and chat with legendary explorer and adventurer Erling Kagge; a man of many firsts.
Back in 1990, he reached the north pole without support as part of a two-man team (they were the very first people to do that). Then in 1992-93, he did a solo unsupported expedition to the south pole (he was the first person to ever do that). He spent 50 days walking alone across Antarctica with no contact with anyone. And he also climbed Mt. Everest in 1994, which made him the first person to complete the 3 Poles Challenge on foot. Back in 2010, he did a 5-day long walk through the sewers of NY to the Atlantic Ocean. And in 2012, he walked the entire length of LA’s sunset boulevard.
We talk about his book Silence: In the Age of Noise, why silence is such an important part of our lives as humans, walking, travel of course, and a whole lot more.
My friend Blake Boles returns to the show to talk about alternative education, one of the big perks of travel, advice around making an impact on the world with your work, why making things an adventure for yourself is so important, how the “moment” of a place determines your travel experience, a great long term strategy for making things happen, and so much more.
How To Create A Successful App, Travel by Sailboat, and The Lifestyle Entrepreneur’s Mindset w/ Dane Homenick
Speaking of capturing travel memories….that is exactly what my friend Dane Homenick’s app does. Dale spent years living on a sailboat and has built one of the biggest travel apps out there called Journo. You’ll hear all about sailing around the world, running a lifestyle business, why gratitude is so important, money mindset, and the concept of living mini lives within your life. He gives a bunch of tips on how you can get started with your first or next location independent business, and a whole lot more!
Tune in today to learn about one couple’s transition to travel story. Jordan & Tyler give you a “before and after” of their extended trip. You’ll hear all about what life was like leading up to their travels and then hear what it was like when they got back. See how Tyler was able to radically change his life and learn how he and Jordan were able to set themselves up for travel. This will truly show you the impact that travel can have on your life.
Today’s guest, Francesca Trotman, let her passion for ocean conservation lead her on a travel and life journey from the U.K. to Mozambique where she currently lives. We will discuss why we should all be visiting Mozambique and what life is like there, what it is like to run a non-profit charity and why you need to include the community you live in with the charity and the dire importance of ethical travel for the wellbeing of everyone and everything on this planet we share.
Learn what it’s like to live and work on Antarctica and how you can visit the frozen continent from two awesome people who have spent 5 months there, Zach & Leah. We discuss what life is like on a daily basis, what the culture is like, what the travel experience is like from such a remote place, what it’s like to work there, how much can you earn and what kind of positions can you find down there.
I have a rad show for you today! Dr. Christopher Daniels and I are covering a wide variety of topics today including the idea of the travel bubble & what that means, the importance of seeing a place through the eyes and experiences of the locals, and how the politics of the place you are visiting impacts your experiences there.
In light of our current restrictions, we are doing some armchair travel today. I am so grateful to my great friend Jackie Nourse from The Budget-Minded Traveler & Traveling Jackie who has come on to talk about one of my favorite countries in the world, Argentina.
Jenn has spent 10 years traveling with her hubby and their 4 kids all while working remotely and homeschooling and they started this adventure before being a digital nomad was a thing people sought after. We dive into all those details plus productivity, balance, travel, and how to make it all work together as seamlessly as possible so this is a show that has something for everyone.
Today I will be talking with Palle Bo from The Radio Vagabond and we will be talking about becoming a nomad organically, working while traveling, and how being an empty nester became the catalyst to his vagabond lifestyle. We also discuss why Palle feels like a life completely on the road has actually brought him closer to his family and friends which is not something I had really thought about but I find to be true as well.
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