Zero To Travel Podcast : National Geographic Type Adventures, Lifestyle Design Like Tim Ferriss Plus Inspiration Like Ted

Zero To Travel Podcast : National Geographic Type Adventures, Lifestyle Design Like Tim Ferriss Plus Inspiration Like Ted

Synopsis

Do you want to learn how to travel the world for as long as you desire, on your terms while spending less money? Whether you're a travel newbie dying to figure out how to explore the world, an occasional traveler longing to make your holiday everyday, or an experienced globetrotter seeking unique ways to keep traveling full time, you're in the right place. Travel expert Jason Moore from ZeroToTravel.com chats with adventurous people living life on the road so you can discover new ways to travel endlessly. Jason and his guests share insanely actionable advice and key resources, getting down and dirty on topics like; starting and running an online business from anywhere, travel and work opportunities, gutsy budget travel strategies, surprising ways to earn free travel, the digital nomad life, unconventional travel based lifestyles, fun travel jobs, how to plan epic adventures, backpacking, 4 hour work week inspired topics, and everything in between. Jason has wandered the planet for 15+ years working as a tour manager in events/music, an adventure travel tour guide, a trash sweeper, and now as a location independent entrepreneur running businesses on the fly. He is obsessed with doing whatever he can to help you explore our crazy planet, no matter what your current situation or experience. Let's do this! Subscribe now and welcome.

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Episodes

  • My Life As An Illegal Immigrant With Maria Amelie
    My Life As An "Illegal" Immigrant With Maria Amelie
    Duration: 02h53min | 15/10/2019

    Today, you’ll hear Maria Amelie’s incredible story and how her illegal stay in Norway became a public event, which eventually led to the creation of a new law.  Plus, learn about the future of global migration and the important role that entrepreneurship can play. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.    

  • World Towning: 5 Years Of Full Time Travel
    World Towning: 5 Years Of Full Time Travel
    Duration: 03h30min | 01/10/2019

    Today you are in for a real treat as The World Towners visit my apartment in Oslo, Norway for an in-home interview.  Get some valuable information and tips about their full-time 5-year travel experience that you'll see how it could be possible for you. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.            

  • How To Conquer Fear Of Success
    How To Conquer Fear Of Success
    Duration: 40min | 23/09/2019

    Do you fear failure or success, or maybe both? Tune in today for a special episode from Location Indie- Jason and Trav touch on the fear of success and give you 3 actionable items to help you conquer that fear.   And they have a special announcement you won't want to miss. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes

  • A Journey To The Wild Ends Of The Earth With Dan Richards
    A Journey To The Wild Ends Of The Earth With Dan Richards
    Duration: 02h36min | 17/09/2019

    Dan Richards, author of ‘Outpost:  A Journey To The Wild Ends Of The Earth’ stops by to share his adventures around the world, lessons from traveling, how physical objects can inspire travel, how you can create missions around your travels, and so much more.  Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes

  • Bending Time For Travel
    Bending Time For Travel
    Duration: 59min | 03/09/2019

    Shane Dillon from The Franklin Fi takes a break from The Camino de Santiago to share his advice around travel, finances and living life to the fullest. Tune in to hear some incredibly powerful strategies to help you create more time for travel.  Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Visting Every County In The World…TWICE! An Interview with Gunnar Garfors
    Visting Every County In The World…TWICE! An Interview with Gunnar Garfors
    Duration: 02h53min | 20/08/2019

    Gunnar Garfors stops by to discuss some of his travel records, where he slept in the only country without a hotel, and which of the world’s least-visited countries you should consider visiting. He’s traveled to every country in the world (at least twice). Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Escape From Pop Superstardom with Tatiana Cameron
    Escape From Pop Superstardom with Tatiana Cameron
    Duration: 01h08min | 06/08/2019

    Today Tatiana Cameron (aka Tajci) from Waking Up Revolution stops by to help you travel to create space, have breakthroughs and break negative thought patterns. Plus, learn how you could use travel as a tool to reinvent yourself.    Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Ten Years A Nomad With “Nomadic” Matt Kepnes
    Ten Years A Nomad With “Nomadic” Matt Kepnes
    Duration: 55min | 23/07/2019

    Matt Kepnes (aka Nomadic Matt) joins us to share personal stories from his new book, Ten Years A Nomad, plus some advice about how to have the best travel experiences.   Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Jumping The Picket Fence and Thinking Big With Lydia Dean
    Jumping The Picket Fence and Thinking Big With Lydia Dean
    Duration: 01h17min | 09/07/2019

    Tune in to learn about all the amazing things Lydia Dean is doing.  Learn about her new travel memoir, her methodology, thought process, and the things she's done to learn how to truly help others at a grassroots level. Maybe you'll be next to tackle the world's biggest problems. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • The World Walk (4 Years In) With Tom Turcich
    The World Walk (4 Years In) With Tom Turcich
    Duration: 01h09min | 25/06/2019

    Today Tom Turcich returns to the show to share his experience walking around the world with his dog Savannah. He’s 4 years in and will share all kinds of tidbits, advice, stories, and perspectives from his world walk.  Do you think you could do it?  Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Turn Travel Into A Lifestyle With Goats On The Road
    Turn Travel Into A Lifestyle With Goats On The Road
    Duration: 01h16min | 11/06/2019

    Today Nick and Dariece, the Goats on the Road stop by to show you how you can turn travel into a lifestyle. You'll get so many juicy tidbits that you'll see long-term travel as a viable option for you.  Plus, you'll hear 3 key things that you can do to make it happen for you! Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Reflections On One Year Of Travel
    Reflections On One Year Of Travel
    Duration: 58min | 29/05/2019

    Today Kim and Scott Goyette stop by to share their story about what it was like to be on the road for a year (with their 12-year-old daughter!). Learn how to get geared up for a year off, what it’s like to travel with your child, and how you can manage financially.   Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Rediscovering A Life Of Adventure With Alastair Humphreys
    Rediscovering A Life Of Adventure With Alastair Humphreys
    Duration: 51min | 23/05/2019

    Today Alastair Humphreys stops by to discuss how he was able to rediscover a new life of adventure after 20 years of extreme adventuring. Hear about his personal struggles that he describes in his new book and maybe something will resonate with you to find peace in stillness. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • How To Hike The PCT (Pacific Crest Trail)
    How To Hike The PCT (Pacific Crest Trail)
    Duration: 01h01min | 14/05/2019

    Today Joe Ferrara from Tri For Travel returns to talk long-distance hiking. You'll learn how to hike the PCT (Pacific Crest Trail) and get wisdom from the trail. Get the #1 planning tool, learn how much it costs to hike the PCT, and hear why long-distance hiking is such an atypical travel experience.    Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Transition To Travel: Single Mom + 3 Kids Move To Mexico (Jenita’s Story)
    Transition To Travel: Single Mom + 3 Kids Move To Mexico (Jenita’s Story)
    Duration: 02h40min | 07/05/2019

    Today Jenita Lawal stops by to share her transition to travel story.  Learn what it was like before she moved to Mexico with her 3 kids.  And then she returns 8 months later to share her experiences.  You'll get tons of tips so you can do it yourself! Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes    

  • RTW Ticket: Is It Worth It?
    RTW Ticket: Is It Worth It?
    Duration: 48min | 30/04/2019

    Today Dale Vaughn from Airtreks stops by to answer your burning questions about booking around the world plane tickets (the smart way). Learn how you can circumnavigate the entire globe on one single trip.  You can totally do it! Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • How Location Independence Can Change Your Life For The Better
    How Location Independence Can Change Your Life For The Better
    Duration: 01h11min | 23/04/2019

    Today my business partner and good pal Travis Sherry from Extra Pack Of Peanuts (and co-founder of Location Indie and The Paradise Pack) stops by to talk about how location independence can change your life.  Tune in to see how it's possible for you! Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Top 10 Road Trip Albums
    Top 10 Road Trip Albums
    Duration: 43min | 16/04/2019

    Today you’ll hear my buddy Jason Law and I break down our top 5 road trip albums. Get ready to be blown away with some awesome music to fuel your next travel adventure.  These tunes will get you moving in the right direction…wherever you are going. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Up and Coming Destinations (And Digital Nomad Hotspot): Bulgaria with Mitko
    Up and Coming Destinations (And Digital Nomad Hotspot): Bulgaria with Mitko
    Duration: 56min | 09/04/2019

    Today you'll hear all about an up and coming destination and digital nomad hotspot: Bulgaria. Bulgarian born Mitko stops by to give you the low down on why this place should be on your radar and how Bulgaria can allow you to double your legal stay in Europe. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Accepting The Gap
    Accepting The Gap
    Duration: 37min | 02/04/2019

    Tune in now to learn about the gap that you need to be aware of. Acknowledge the gap to start that new project, launch that podcast you’ve been wanting to do, or even travel the world.  You’ll gain the strength and confidence to actually do it! Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Potpourri Prat (Lifestyle Business, Experimenting and Travel Fears) with Matt Giovanisci
    Potpourri Prat (Lifestyle Business, Experimenting and Travel Fears) with Matt Giovanisci
    Duration: 59min | 26/03/2019

    Matt Giovanisci returns to "prat" lifestyle business, location independence, and online business. Learn about making money online, the ultimate guide to pool and hot tub care, “cable management,” and how to brew your own beer. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes!

  • The Power Of Death In Life With Gentle Rebel Bronnie Ware
    The Power Of Death In Life With Gentle Rebel Bronnie Ware
    Duration: 55min | 19/03/2019

    Gentle rebel and worldwide bestselling author Bronnie Ware stops by to share her thoughts around the power of travel, how to use the inevitability of death as motivation to live our best lives and what it means to view the world from your soul level. Tune in to learn some lessons to powerfully shape your life and assist in your journey.  Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes!

  • 5 Tips To Get Sane When You Go Crazy On The Road
    5 Tips To Get Sane When You Go Crazy On The Road
    Duration: 41min | 12/03/2019

    My wife Anne-Dorthe returns to the show to discuss 5 Tips To Get Sane When You Go Crazy On The Road. We had our own travel meltdown moment and we want to make sure you have some tools to deal with any travel stress. Tune in now to create your best travel experience! Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Alaska Fishing Jobs (Travel Jobs Series)
    Alaska Fishing Jobs (Travel Jobs Series)
    Duration: 01h06min | 05/03/2019

    Tune in now to hear from longtime fisherman Patrick.  The "travel jobs series" continues as you're going to get the low-down on Alaska Fishing Jobs. Plus, you'll learn about making money while you travel, using seasonal jobs to fuel your travel, and a whole bunch of other cool stuff. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Listener Questions 6: Pre-Trip Fears, Selling Your Car and Keeping Travel Awesome
    Listener Questions 6: Pre-Trip Fears, Selling Your Car and Keeping Travel Awesome
    Duration: 39min | 26/02/2019

    Tune in now for Listener Questions 6!    Learn about pre-trip fears, selling your car and keeping travel awesome. Plus learn how to tackle the travel treadmill problem.     Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.  

  • Atlas Obscura: Curious World Wonders
    Atlas Obscura: Curious World Wonders
    Duration: 55min | 19/02/2019

    Tune in now to hear from co-founders of Atlas Obscura, Joshua Foer, and Dylan Thuras.    You'll learn how to find the world's most curious and wondrous travel destinations.  Plus ways to find deeper stories about the places you visit. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Viking Biking: Opening Up Doors Wherever You Go
    Viking Biking: Opening Up Doors Wherever You Go
    Duration: 01h15min | 12/02/2019

    Tune in now to hear my live conversation with Curtis, the founder of Viking Biking in Oslo, Norway.   You'll learn about the best ways to see a city and how you can discover some amazing experiences and places just by getting on a bike. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Around The World Events With Dan Taylor
    Around The World Events With Dan Taylor
    Duration: 01h09min | 05/02/2019

    Tune in now to learn about one of the most underrated yet viable location independent business options. Dan Taylor from the Events Podcast stops by to share his insight and expertise about running (and being a part of) in-person events around the world. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.    

  • Medical Tourism: Is It Worth It?
    Medical Tourism: Is It Worth It?
    Duration: 01h11min | 29/01/2019

    Tune in now to get insight and expertise around "medical tourism."  The founder and CEO of Patients Beyond Borders, Joe Woodman stops by to share how you can get the best care around the world. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • Southeast Asia Travel: Getting Off The Banana Pancake Trail
    Southeast Asia Travel: Getting Off The Banana Pancake Trail
    Duration: 01h19min | 22/01/2019

    Tune in now to get tips and info around your next Southeast Asia travel adventure.  Nikki Scott from Southeast Asia Backpacker stops by to share the top experiences NOT to be missed in SE Asia, practical logistical questions around travel through SE Asia, how to get off the banana pancake trail, and much more. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • 5 Ways To Be Content With Your Resolutions
    5 Ways To Be Content With Your Resolutions
    Duration: 49min | 15/01/2019

    Tune in now to get 5 strategies to help you manage that internal anxiety that comes along with new goals and a new year. These incredible strategies can get you through the year and keep you working on the things you want to be working on...in life and in travel.  Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.  

  • Factfulness: Why The World Is Better Than You Think
    Factfulness: Why The World Is Better Than You Think
    Duration: 58min | 08/01/2019

    Tune in now to hear how to change your perspective, change your worldview, and change your life - through Factfulness. Anna Rosling Rønnlund from gapminder.org stops by to share why it's important to see the world through a fact-based lens. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.  

  • Random Travel Jobs, Digital Nomading and Slow Travel with Hannah Dixon
    Random Travel Jobs, Digital Nomading and Slow Travel with Hannah Dixon
    Duration: 01h04min | 01/01/2019

    Tune in now to hear about the reality of the digital nomad lifestyle from Hannah Dixon.  She's been a digital nomad for the last 5 years and can help you travel the world!   Learn about slow travel, ways to extend your travels indefinitely, getting started as a location independent virtual assistant, random travel jobs, and so much more.  Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes. Happy New Year!  

  • 5th Annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular
    5th Annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular
    Duration: 44min | 22/12/2018

    You've arrived at the 5th Annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular!  You'll hear all about Christmas traditions in Norway and the United States; including tasting Julebrus for the first time, Santa Claus vs. Julenisse, traditional dishes in different parts of Norway, and maybe a special Norwegian treat from my wife Anne-Dorthe. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.

  • 3 Superpowers To Help You Travel More
    3 Superpowers To Help You Travel More
    Duration: 15min | 18/12/2018

    Tune in today for this special short episode; just a friendly reminder about the travel superpowers you already possess. You'll hear about 3 "fulness" superpowers that can help you travel more in 2019 (or any year) and feel good about it. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.    

  • Is Technology Ruining Your Travel Experience? With Seth Kugel
    Is Technology Ruining Your Travel Experience? With Seth Kugel
    Duration: 01h16min | 12/12/2018

    Author and travel journalist Seth Kugel has roamed the planet for 6 years for the New York Times as the "Frugal Traveler."  Listen now to learn how to make the most out of modern technologies without letting them ruin your travel experience, all about Seth's time traveling to 50 countries as a NYT travel writer and much more. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.      

  • RV Love with Marc and Julie Bennett
    RV Love with Marc and Julie Bennett
    Duration: 01h07min | 04/12/2018

    Marc and Julie Bennett dropped out of a “traditional” life to live full time in their RV.  Listen now to discover tips on downsizing your life for travel, how to minimize taxes as a nomad, the costs of full-time RV travel and loads more. Please head over to zerototravel.com for the full show notes.        

  • Morocco Travel: Beyond Marrakech
    Morocco Travel: Beyond Marrakech
    Duration: 01h17min | 27/11/2018

    What absolutely tortures you when you travel? What do you know about Morocco travel? Tune in today to hear from the author of the Moon Travel Guide to Morocco, Lucas Peters. You'll get tips on traveling through Morocco, plus hear about life as an expat father in Paris. Listen Now To Learn: How to transition from San Francisco to Morocco. Ways to settle into a new life (in a new country). Where to go in Morocco beyond Marrakech. Tips on planning a trip to Morocco. A don't miss list for 2 weeks in Morocco. How to get beyond the average tourist experience. Ways a whole other window of a culture can open up. How to adapt to living in a new culture. And so much more. Resources: Tortuga Backpacks. Lucas Peters. 7 Toddler Travel Tips. Top 10 Places We’re Dying To Go Back To (And Why). Location Indie. Location Indie Podcast. Dave's ESL Cafe. Imlil. Toubkal National Park - Wikipedia. Be sure to check out the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcast

  • 5th Anniversary Special: Conscious Travel Mindset with Rob Greenfield
    5th Anniversary Special: Conscious Travel Mindset with Rob Greenfield
    Duration: 01h16min | 20/11/2018

    Today you are in for a real treat as we celebrate the 5th anniversary special with 3-time guest Rob Greenfield. What an honor and privilege it has been to serve YOU; this awesome travel caravan. Thank you so much for allowing me to bring some travel to your ears....and hopefully, you can become a better traveler by listening to this show. Be sure to check out Rob's site to get inspired, and learn to live and travel in an environmentally friendly way. Now Is The Time To Make A Difference And Learn: How you can be a part of the solution locally. Ways to be a better traveler. Alternatives to flying (you can still travel the world). One way to travel and have a worthwhile impact. How to increase the quality of life for people and animals around you. Why helping others helps you. One of the greatest goods you can do to yourself. Specific actionable item to make a difference. And so much more! Resources: Creating Adventures and Pushing Limits. Rob Greenfield On How To Travel Moneyless, Wandering With Purpose and

  • Lessons From “Failing” To Go Location Independent with Paul Lam
    Lessons From “Failing” To Go Location Independent with Paul Lam
    Duration: 55min | 13/11/2018

    If you are somebody who is interested in living that location independent lifestyle, where you can run a business from the road or earn money while you travel, what do you do? Do you just take off and go for it? Or do you plan it out in advance, and then take the trip? My guest today, Paul Lam, falls on the impulsive side as he just took off and went for it! He also runs The Path Hunters Podcast which "encourages people to unleash their inner beast so they can live a life of purpose and passion." Remember that "successes” and “failures” happen on both sides of the spectrum. Tune In To Learn: Why things don't always work out like you thought they would. Ways to define or measure success. What lessons you can learn from failure. One thing the travel experience can teach you. Why it might be a good idea to start a side hustle. The price you have to pay for seeking more individual freedom. An interesting approach to long-term travel. And so much more! Resources: Tortuga Backpacks. Path Hunters. Location Indie.

  • Pop Up Travel Questions With Jackie From Jump Travel Podcast
    Pop Up Travel Questions With Jackie From Jump Travel Podcast
    Duration: 37min | 06/11/2018

    What is one of the most important habits you can develop that will allow you to live a life of travel? Tune in today as my friend Jackie, from Jump Travel Podcast (formerly the budget minded traveler podcast), stops by for a series of pop up travel questions. We each came up with 3 different travel questions that we are going to riff on....but neither of us knows each other’s questions. On today's Zero To Travel episode, you'll hear Jackie answer my 3 questions. And then over at her Jump Travel Podcast, you'll hear me answer Jackie's 3 questions. This is going to be fun so be sure to check out both podcasts to get some off the cuff insights on creating the best travel experience. You'll Learn: How to build courage muscles. What can totally reframe the things you are uncomfortable with. Ways to open up someone else's entire world to you. One thing that has the potential to change even the smallest situations. What can be so freeing when you travel. And so much more! Resources: AeroPress. The Budget Minded T

  • 5 Ways To Grow Your Location Independent Business With Natalie Sisson
    5 Ways To Grow Your Location Independent Business With Natalie Sisson
    Duration: 48min | 30/10/2018

    How can Natalie Sisson help you grow your location independent business (so it earns you enough money to travel)? Is it possible that having constraints can create more freedom? Tune in today as my favorite Kiwi and Freedomist, Natalie Sisson returns to give you 5 tips to create location independent income. Check out her new book, The Freedom Plan and access her free course to "Learn How to Build Your Online Business so You Can Work Less, Earn Multiple Revenue Streams and Live Your Dream Lifestyle." These tips will help you think about how you can design your life and your business into something that works with your travel lifestyle (or the travel lifestyle you want). Learn how you can be a digital nomad and live on the road or have a home base and travel whenever you want. You'll Learn: How to create your perfect day. Why it can actually be cheaper to travel full time. One way to monetize your knowledge. A really good strategy to automate your business. Ways to save you time and help you make money. Why fr

  • Top 10 Places We’re Dying To Visit That We’ve Never Been
    Top 10 Places We’re Dying To Visit That We’ve Never Been
    Duration: 32min | 23/10/2018

    What is one place you're dying to visit where you've never been? Today you are in for another coffee chat with a lovely guest- my wife Anne Dorthe! You'll hear us break down the top 10 places we’re dying to visit. You'll hear 5 different categories: beach spot, mountain spot, amazing city, spiritual site, and historical site. Hopefully, you get a few new destinations on your radar or get some ideas for your next trip. What are you going to put on your list? Tune in to get your travel juices flowing and fuel your wanderlust. Resources: Aeropress. Lofoten - Wikipedia. Top 10 Places We’re Dying To Go Back To (And Why). Be sure to check out the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcasts!

  • 7 Lessons From The Tiny House Movement That Will Help You Travel The World
    7 Lessons From The Tiny House Movement That Will Help You Travel The World
    Duration: 01h08min | 16/10/2018

    Have you heard of the Tiny House Movement? What do tiny houses have to do with travel? Tune in today to see how many tactics and tips from the tiny house movement can help you travel the world. You are going to get 7 powerful lessons in today’s show. Please welcome back Ethan Waldman for his third appearance on the show. He is the host of the Tinyhouse Lifestyle Podcast and founder of The Tiny House where you can learn about all things tiny house related. You'll Learn: How to keep yourself excited about a project. One of the biggest lessons from traveling. A life hack that forces you to make bigger decisions. How to free up your time to travel and do more. Why it's a good idea to DIY (do it yourself). How to know when your soul is speaking to you. One interesting thing that can lead to huge lifestyle changes. And so much more. Resources: AeroPress. Tortuga Backpacks. Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast. The Tiny House. How To Build A Tiny House. Adventure Cycle Touring Guide. YNAB. Location Indie. Heady Topper -

  • Where Passion Meets Travel with Tim Wendelboe
    Where Passion Meets Travel with Tim Wendelboe
    Duration: 01h12min | 09/10/2018

    Want to hear how Tim Wendelboe blended his passion with travel? Travel can of course lead to the discovery of new passions and new pursuits. But for others, it’s their passions that lead to them to a life of travel. What will it be for you? Today you'll hear from one of the world’s best coffee barista’s, Tim Wendelboe. Tim is a well known and highly respected coffee expert – he’s won many prestigious awards in the coffee world.....including World Barista Champion in 2004, World Cup Tasting Champion in 2005, and winner of the Nordic Roasting Title 3 years running. If you are ever in Oslo, Norway, you have to pay a visit to his espresso bar. Tune In To Learn: How your passion can inspire others. Where to have one of the best coffee experiences. The best way to find awesome local food and drink. The biggest coffee consumer in Norway. Advice to have less stress at your current job. How to be rewarded for your hard work. How you can truly help coffee farmers. Ways to create a community in your workplace. And so m

  • An Online Country? One Startup’s Vision For The Remote Work Movement
    An Online Country? One Startup’s Vision For The Remote Work Movement
    Duration: 50min | 02/10/2018

    Where do you see the future of the digital nomad movement? How can you break free and travel more? Tune in today for a mix of topics as Sondre Rasch, founder and CEO of SafetyWing stops by to share his story and insights. You'll hear all about: Cultural frameworks and how they create your reality. What it's like to step outside of your framework (and how that can change you as a person living in another country). If you want to be a digital nomad, does it make sense to go into the start up word? Could an online country exist? Two things that make it easier to travel and work from anywhere. What it's like living in Silicon Valley as a Norwegian. How to manage the start up world as a digital nomad (and not create a desk job for yourself). And so much more. Resources: Tortuga Backpacks. AeroPress. Accra - Wikipedia. Location Indie. Location Indie Podcast. Looking for more Z2T Podcasts? Check out the archives now!

  • How To Campervan In New Zealand
    How To Campervan In New Zealand
    Duration: 01h05min | 25/09/2018

    Have you ever wondered how to campervan in New Zealand? You are in for a real treat today as my guests share their experience camper-vanning around New Zealand. Please welcome Heath and Alyssa Padgett to the show.  They spent the first year of their marriage visiting all 50 United States in an RV and after that decided to just keep traveling. They've been on the road for over 4 years and share tons of valuable information via heathandalyssa.com, The RV Entrepreneur Podcast, and Alyssa's new book, A Beginner's Guide to Living in an RV. You could learn a thing or two from these awesome folks as they share how to travel the world on 4 wheels. And Today You'll Hear All About: Resources and apps to find the best places to sleep for free. Tips on where to travel in New Zealand. How to get good wi-fi. What makes traveling around New Zealand such a unique experience. Should you buy or rent your campervan. And so much more. This episode is jammed packed with goodies as we wrap up 4 wheel wandering month. Resources:

  • Campervan Therapy
    Campervan Therapy
    Duration: 01h23min | 18/09/2018

    Have you ever had therapy in a campervan? How can you combine your passion with travel? Well a school teacher and psychotherapist from the UK, Joe Kingly, is doing just that. He is helping people who are maybe going through a hard time (from his campervan!). He has a profession and passion for helping others through Human givens. Stop by his campervan to connect. You'll hear an awesome new twist to van life as 4 wheel wandering month continues. And maybe it will spark an idea for you! Open Up To Learn: How to rethink the way you are going to live. Ways to be your own teacher. Benefits of offering therapy from your van. How to attract people to connect with. How to create deeper connections with travelers. Why time constraints can be used to your advantage. And so much more. Resources: AeroPress. Tortuga Backpacks. #vanlife. Human givens - Wikipedia. 12 Rules for Life. The Power of Now. Location Indie. Please head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel podcasts.

  • Making Travel Dreams Happen On The Fly
    Making Travel Dreams Happen On The Fly
    Duration: 55min | 11/09/2018

    Do you think you can realize your lifelong travel dream in one day? Why is it so much fun to sleep in a vehicle? You are in for a real treat today as we continue 4 wheel wandering month. Tune in to learn how my buddy Trav was able to take advantage of an opportunity when it presented itself (to make his lifelong travel dream happen!). Be open to spontaneity and you'll be amazed what can happen. Plus, cruise the open road with Old Bessie to hear all about road tripping in a van. You'll Learn: Ways to find true freedom. What creates the best memories. One tip to make travel dreams come true (in a short amount of time). Where to find inspiration to make it happen. How you can hack a travel dream. The amazing benefits of sleeping in a van. And so much more. Resources: AeroPress. Location Indie. #vanlife. The Walton Adventure. Want more Zero To Travel podcasts? Head over to the archives now!

  • Travel For Healing with Jeff Chow
    Travel For Healing with Jeff Chow
    Duration: 01h29min | 04/09/2018

    Do you think you can travel for healing? Have you ever used travel as a healing tool? Today we are kicking off a new theme month as you'll hear all about wandering on wheels. The next 4 episodes coming up are dedicated to: 4 wheel wandering. Traveling in RV’s or Vans. The #Vanlife world and what it's like to live that lifestyle. Sleeping in your vehicle and traveling around on wheels. My guest today has been living the #vanlife for 8 months now....but is life on the road all it’s cracked up to be? Today you'll hear what the #vanlife is all about, learn what it's like to be a nomadic van dweller, and so much more! Please welcome Jeff Chow to the show. Tune In To Learn: How to live the vanlife (and heal). Why you need to realize challenging moments are temporary. How you can have a mini-rebirth every time you interact with a new person. The beauty of travel. Strategies to get rid of all your stuff. Advice around selecting your 4 wheel vehicle. The best part of the vanlife experience. Resources: #Vanlife. T

  • 7 Toddler Travel Tips
    7 Toddler Travel Tips
    Duration: 46min | 28/08/2018

    Have you ever traveled with toddlers? What are your favorite toddler travel tips? Tune in for another coffee chat with my wife Anne Dorthe as we talk traveling with toddlers. You'll be providing them a tremendous gift by showing them the world (and teaching them how to travel while young), so might as well get a few tips to make it the best trip for everyone involved. Tune in to get 7 toddler travel tips (and maybe some bonus tips as well). And think about where you'll be taking your toddler next! Resources: AeroPress Be sure to check out the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcasts

  • Everything Is An Adventure And Big Questions With Cal Fussman
    Everything Is An Adventure And Big Questions With Cal Fussman
    Duration: 01h25min | 21/08/2018

    How can travel play into the things you do later in life? Get ready to be inspired as Cal Fussman stops by to share how travel can have a huge impact on your life! Cal is an award winning journalist, a NY Times Bestselling author, AND a legendary interviewer. As a writer at large for Esquire Magazine’s “What I’ve Learned” column, he has shared life lessons from his conversations with notable actors, athletes, musicians, tv personalities, world leaders, and any other category of human you can possibly think of.... On his podcast, Big Questions with Cal Fussman, he uncovers the heart, head, and soul of his guests in thoughtful, deep, and entertaining conversations. Today you'll hear about his decade as a nomad traveling the world (and how that impacted his work and life), how to make authentic connections with others, and so much more. Tune In To Learn: How to go from dinner table to dinner table around the world. Ways you can find places tourists don't go. How to appear like a local everywhere you go. One thi

  • 7 Powerful Life Lessons For Travelers + Thinking Big With 7in7 Co-Founder Kyrie Melnyck
    7 Powerful Life Lessons For Travelers + Thinking Big With 7in7 Co-Founder Kyrie Melnyck
    Duration: 01h28min | 18/08/2018

    Are you headed to 7in7? How can you travel more and do anything you want? You'll get so much valuable information today, including: The importance of community. Learn how to think bigger. Learn why you should take bigger risks (and feel good about them). Tips for running your own group events, meet ups, and trips. And so much more! My guest today is the co-founder of 7in7- a digital nomad conference taking place over 7 years on 7 different continents. If you’ve ever thought about running your own business on the road, or running your own group trips, or perhaps your own retreat or event, or just bringing a huge posse of friends on an excursion somewhere, you are going to want to pay attention. She is also an event planning expert and she will be sharing her expertise; you'll learn about the whole nomad full-time travel scene, how to connect with people via events while you are on the road, and top tips for negotiating with hotels and venues. Please welcome Kyrie Melnyck to the show.  Resources: AeroPress,

  • The Future of Remote Work with Steve Munroe
    The Future of Remote Work with Steve Munroe
    Duration: 01h18min | 07/08/2018

    Have you heard what Steve Munroe is doing? Do you think the remote work trend is exploding? Today you're going to hear about the impact of the digital nomad movement on local communities, as well as the challenges and benefits of this new global workplace (and how we can keep our impact positive). My guest today co-founded and runs Hubud. It is one of the world's top coworking spaces located in Ubud, Bali and aims to “inspire a million people to change the way they live, work, and learn.” He also founded the Coworking Alliance for Asia Pacific (CAAP) and their annual conference which is a meeting place for coworking spaces from over 30 countries to connect and explore the future of remote work. Please welcome Steve Munroe to the show! Tune In To Learn: What can give you motivation for a career choice. How to launch a remote work movement. Why it is so important to start with community. Expert advice around choosing a coworking space. The biggest challenge facing the digital nomad movement. The #1 requested f

  • Top 10 Places We’re Dying To Go Back To (And Why)
    Top 10 Places We’re Dying To Go Back To (And Why)
    Duration: 51min | 31/07/2018

    What is one place you've been that you are dying to go back to? Do you feel connected to a place after just one visit? Today you are in for the first of many coffee chats. My wife Anne Dorthe and I break down our Top 10 places we're dying to go back to.... It was hard to count down from 5 to 1 (for each of us) and we took it very seriously. You might get some good laughs, some reflections on travels, and maybe some ideas on places you might want to visit. You'll also hear some honorable mentions as there are so many places that could be on the list. Tune in now and think about where you'd like to return. Hope you get excited to start planning some adventures! Resources: AeroPress. Icelandair. Bøyum Camping. Be sure to check out the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcasts!

  • Holistic Nomadding
    Holistic Nomadding
    Duration: 01h08min | 24/07/2018

    If you are one of those people that has that burning desire to travel the world, do you choose travel or does travel choose you? My guest today has (among other things) run spiritual retreats in Mexico, established an Eco co-working office in the hills of Portugal, and worked for an International NGO overseas in Peru. She is also the co-founder of Freedom X Fest – the first outdoor festival around the location independent movement. Will you be joining us in Spain Aug 14th-19th, 2018? Please welcome Estela Kun to the show! You're going to hear about how to shape a life of travel around your interests, holistic nomadding, and so much more. Tune In To Learn: How you can become a new person every time you travel. Ways to gain clarity and valuable skills. Guiding tools for the freedom lifestyle. Practical advice to run your business overseas. How to create space for what you really want to do. Ways travel enables new decisions and creativity. How the digital nomad community is evolving. Resources: Tortuga Backp

  • How To Start A Travel Vlog Worth Watching
    How To Start A Travel Vlog Worth Watching
    Duration: 01h25min | 17/07/2018

    Do you think you can start a travel vlog? Do you think travel will change how you think about who you are? It has happened for this couple as they left 2.5 years ago to travel full-time and film it all! Their award winning travel vlog now has nearly a quarter million subscribers on youtube and has been viewed over 30 million times. You can follow their adventures at Kara and Nate. Today you are going to hear: How to create a successful travel vlog (worth watching) so you can travel indefinitely. How to think about work on the road. The challenges of the work/travel lifestyle. How to collaborate as a couple or partnership. And so much more! Tune In Now To Learn: How to save money for travel. Income potential for running a vlog. Ways to gain confidence so you can keep traveling. A typical day for a successful vlogger. One thing to help you make a good video (every day). How you can grow as a person and a traveler. Resources: Pimsleur Learning- free 7 day trial (for those based in the USA). Kara and Nate. K

  • Travel Safety Tips: Staying Safe On The Road
    Travel Safety Tips: Staying Safe On The Road
    Duration: 01h24min | 10/07/2018

    What travel safety tips have you used? Have you ever wondered what you should do if you find yourself being held at gunpoint, or being robbed, or caught in a natural disaster, or some weird scam, or one of the other numerous things that can happen when you travel? Everyone’s definition of safety is different and I want you to be safe when you are traveling. Tune in today to get some great practical and actionable advice from a true expert; Faith Kohler.  She is a former US federal agent (with experience in crisis management and response) who is here to give you guidance around how to research a trip, what to plan beforehand, and how to behave when you reach your destination. Maybe you don't think anything is going to happen to you when you travel, but the travel safety tips in today's show might just save your life. You'll Learn: How to take your fears and turn them into empowerment Ways to get a broad overview of different areas of the world Things you can do to look like a traveler (instead of a tourist) H

  • Listener Questions 5
    Listener Questions 5
    Duration: 51min | 03/07/2018

    What happens if you are traveling or living abroad and you are not having a good time? If you have a beloved pet, can you still travel long term or full time? What if you want to go location independent, but you don’t think your experience can allow you to create a business that you can run from anywhere? What should you do? Tune in to Listener Questions 5 to find out! You'll hear different perspectives, advice, and ideas that might apply to a different situation for you, so please stick around.... And if you are digging Listener Questions, hit me up at jason@zerototravel.com and you might just get your question answered on a future episode. I'd love to help you travel the world on your terms. Resources: Pimsleur Learning- free 7 day trial (for those based in the USA) Autobiography of a Yogi Couchsurfing Abraham Maslow- Hierarchy of Needs The Power of Intention Etsy Looking for more Zero to Travel Podcasts? Head over to the archives now.

  • The Au Pair Experience + Do You Need The Perfect Travel Job?
    The Au Pair Experience + Do You Need The Perfect Travel Job?
    Duration: 01h01min | 26/06/2018

    Have you ever thought of being an au pair? Do you think you need the perfect travel job? Tune in today as travel jobs month continues....you'll learn what it's like to be an au pair and some strategies and thoughts around getting a travel job. My guest has been living in Norway (for almost 2 years) as an au pair and is looking to stay after her contract is over. It was super cool that she came to meet me in Oslo for our interview. Please welcome Caroline Harkins to the show! You'll Learn: What you get out of the au pair experience Qualifications to become an au pair How to increase your confidence significantly Great advice to any prospective home stay family How to create a social life in a new country Ways you can visit places tourists don't go One thing that can be a stepping stone to a longer life abroad What it's like being a mini-ambassador for your home country How to change your perspective and get a broader experience in how the world works Resources: Tortuga Backpacks Duolingo Pimsleur AuPairWor

  • How To Find Seasonal Jobs In Great Places with CoolWorks.com
    How To Find Seasonal Jobs In Great Places with CoolWorks.com
    Duration: 01h16min | 19/06/2018

    Have you checked out CoolWorks.com? What happens when you realize you don’t want your career anymore or you don't want to use your degree? My guests today share what happened to them and will also give you some perspectives around that, so you can have some options (if you are in that situation). They are the owners of Coolworks.com, where you can find seasonal jobs in great places - everything from national parks to ski resorts, retreat centers, and whatever else you can think of. You'll hear how to build your travels around seasonal work, some great places to land gigs, and so much more. Please welcome Matt Moore and Kelcy Fowler to the show as travel jobs month continues! Tune In To Learn: How to experience a rich lifestyle without a traditional job The important questions you need to ask yourself Ways many doors will open up for you How easy it is to get a seasonal job Small hacks to help with the application process How you can be an attractive candidate Best times of the year to apply Things you really

  • How To Have Fun, Make Money and Travel The World With Seasonal Jobs
    How To Have Fun, Make Money and Travel The World With Seasonal Jobs
    Duration: 53min | 12/06/2018

    How can seasonal jobs help you kick-start or continue a life of travel? Today we kick off travel jobs month with a focus on seasonal jobs. How can you build your travels around them and how can you figure out if it is something you want to pursue? Tune in today to hear from Susan Shain. She is the author of the new guide, “The Ultimate Guide To Seasonal Jobs, How To Have Fun, Make Money, And Travel The World." You'll hear her advice on seasonal work as a means to travel or extend your travels. You can earn a living and get paid to travel! You'll Learn: How an unconventional life can make you happy How to build a life around travel Ways to help you pay off debts or student loans Why you need to think like a tourist sometimes The best places to find seasonal jobs How to truly enjoy the seasonal job lifestyle How you can transition to location independence And so much more Resources: Tortuga Backpacks Susan Shain The Ultimate Guide To Seasonal Jobs- How To Have Fun, Make Money, And Travel The World Coolworks

  • How To Surround Yourself With What You Love
    How To Surround Yourself With What You Love
    Duration: 30min | 03/06/2018

    Why the advice to “Follow your passion” is more than just a lame cliche but an actual philosophy to embrace if you want to live a life filled with meaning, purpose and travel.

  • How Anyone Can Write A Book + Post-Career Nomad Life with Azul Terronez
    How Anyone Can Write A Book + Post-Career Nomad Life with Azul Terronez
    Duration: 01h22min | 29/05/2018

    Have you ever had the desire to write a book? How can you merge the wisdom you acquire during your travels with the present moment? Today you are going to hear all about these topics and of course long term travel. And for the last episode of location independence month, you are going to hear what it is like to leave a long career and enter into the digital nomad lifestyle (after being settled for a while). And who better to learn from than Azul Terronez! He is a book coach who helps new and experienced authors alike find a vision for their book. You'll hear a breakdown of the entire process and learn about the actionable steps to make it a reality; you might be shocked to discover it is not as hard as you think... Azul is also a digital nomad who has been living around for quite some time. Check out his work at Coach Azul. Tune In To Learn: The biggest myth around book writing Simple exercise to get clarity (to figure out what you want to write about) Best way to create a habit of writing Ways to be more fr

  • Long Term Travel Lifestyle with Jackie from The Budget Minded Traveler
    Long Term Travel Lifestyle with Jackie from The Budget Minded Traveler
    Duration: 01h22min | 22/05/2018

    What is the long-term travel yo-yo and how can it enhance your life? Today you get a special visit from a fellow travel podcaster, Jackie Nourse.  She runs The Budget Minded Traveler and you can find her adventures in travel and life at Traveling Jackie. She stops by to share: The value of solo travel How your mode of transportation changes the travel experience Going from settling to nomad and nomad to settling How she built her life around travel and tips on how you can do it too Tune In To Learn: The best mindset for adventure travel What forces you to reflect on big life questions How to be comfortable and embrace the long term travel lifestyle Ways to stay true to who you are How solo travel expedites your reflection process How to create the best content And so much more! Resources: Pimsleur Learning- free 7 day trial (for those based in the USA) The Paradise Pack The Budget Minded Traveler Traveling Jackie My Italian Kitchen: A REAL Pasta Carbonara Recipe BMT 63: Find Your Courage Through Solo Tra

  • Remote Work Reality and How To Manage Distributed Teams
    Remote Work Reality and How To Manage Distributed Teams
    Duration: 59min | 15/05/2018

    What is work culture like when you work remotely? What is the reality when dealing with distributed teams across the world? Tune in today as my good friend, Fred Perrotta from Tortuga Backpacks returns....you'll get all kinds of tips including: How to run a remote team (or distributed teams) How to manage the culture and people who are working with you from around the world How to put it all together to make it work! All while still enjoying the freedom to travel and explore. You'll Learn: When you realize how the traditional working environment is not for you General advice for building your own thing How to find the right people (to work with you and your distributed teams) Helpful exercise to create a kick ass company culture Mistakes to avoid when bringing on a new member And so much more Resources: Tortuga Backpacks Top 11 Digital Nomad Hotspots The Paradise Pack Slack Who Fivver Upwork HelpScout Asana Gusto Transfer Wise Buffer Fred Perrotta Fred Perrotta Blog On Your Terms @FredPerrotta Want more

  • Unplugged America
    Unplugged America
    Duration: 01h08min | 08/05/2018

    Do smartphones enhance the travel experience or do they ruin the travel experience? Tune in to get unplugged in today’s show. Please welcome back my friend, Caz Makepeace from one of the most popular family travel websites around, ytravel. They also have plenty of awesome resources for all travelers even if you don’t have a family. Caz and her family are currently on a road trip called "America Unplugged," and it is all about discovering the REAL America. They just started their journey in March and are headed to all 50 states in 3 years- Awesome! Will you help them travel like locals and discover what really makes America beautiful? Tune in now to see how you can help. You'll Learn: How liberating it was without a smartphone (in travel and life) The benefits of technology and the new sharing economy Ways to enjoy the spontaneous joys of travel Cool ways for you (or your children) to be creative How kids can learn while traveling (think homeschooling) A wonderful way to start your day How to hear your inner

  • The Location Free Lifestyle With Melody from Black Digital Nomad
    The Location Free Lifestyle With Melody from Black Digital Nomad
    Duration: 01h22min | 01/05/2018

    How can Black Digital Nomad help you? What is one thing you absolutely need to do to succeed at becoming location independent?....So you can have the freedom to travel without limits. My guest today is the founder of Black Digital Nomad, where her mission is to inspire people of color to work from anywhere in the world. She is also a Facebook ad strategist and today you are going to hear about the remote work lifestyle, what it takes to make it, how to leverage Facebook to grow your business, and a ton more. Please welcome Melody Thomas to the show! Tune In To Learn: The main benefit of solo travel Good piece of advice to follow if you are lost How to deal with racial microaggressions An excellent way to grow your business and put yourself out there The best way to be successful using Facebook ads How to make your business truly work The most precious asset for a digital nomad How to increase your chances of running your business full time One major mindset shift that you need to make (to create success) Re

  • Identity and Perception with Elena from Muslim Travel Girl
    Identity and Perception with Elena from Muslim Travel Girl
    Duration: 01h03min | 24/04/2018

    What is one awesome thing about travel that gives you personal peace? Today you are going to get a wide ranging interview where you'll hear a bunch of important themes for all travelers....like: Identity and Perception What it’s like to take on a leadership role And of course plenty of travel talk My guest is the founder and editor of the largest western Muslim friendly travel blog where she helps Muslims explore the world without breaking the bank, offers advice on halal travel, gives some Muslim friendly destinations, and so much more. Please welcome Elena Nikolova to the show....and be sure to check out her work here. Remember that “Even a smile is charity".... Tune In Now To Learn: What can break down barriers and bring people together How to become a better person Cool things about Islam Why it's important to be flexible while traveling How pain can make you stronger Why you need human interaction sometimes The Achilles heel for the experienced traveler Travel tips to bring excitement and smiles (to y

  • Transition To Travel: From 9-5 To Biking The USA with Joe Ferrara
    Transition To Travel: From 9-5 To Biking The USA with Joe Ferrara
    Duration: 01h15min | 17/04/2018

    What one thing can help you travel more and lead to a whole new travel adventure? How does travel change you? Tune in to hear Joe Ferrara's transition to travel story. He left his job and totally changed his life around to take a bike trip around the USA.  Check out his work at Tri For Travel. Transition to travel can be difficult, scary, and even intimidating - making that leap is a HUGE decision. Tune in to hear Joe's story to gain a new perspective and learn what you can do (better) during your own transition. You'll hear what it was like before Joe left and then we reconnect 6 months later. This may be your chance to time travel. What advice would you give your future self? Check out these before and after photos of Joe. It is amazing what can happen in 6 months! You'll Learn: How you can redefine home Ways to overcome your fear of leaving a steady paycheck What you can do to create a travel based lifestyle How to embrace your adventure and enjoy it How weird things can make fun stories (think Bigfoot) B

  • Budget Travel Bonanza with Matt Derrick
    Budget Travel Bonanza with Matt Derrick
    Duration: 01h08min | 10/04/2018

    How can budget travel support and enhance your travel experience? What is the top strategy for long term travel success? Today you'll hear all about extreme budget travel from my buddy Matt Derrick. He is the founder of Squat the Planet, the largest social network for misfit travelers. And he is the author of the new book, The Anarchists Guide to Travel- A manual for future hitchhikers, hobos, and other misfit wanderers. Budget travel makes life interesting and fun in so many ways. Tune In Now To Learn: How to remove all travel costs if possible Ways to experience life from a different perspective How you can broaden your horizons Why it's good to be open minded and accepting of others How to find ways to support yourself The best ways to stay safe when squatting One way to save money for your next travels Best tips when dealing with the police How to connect with people at a street level Best tactics for shopping for gear And so much more Resources: Pimsleur Learning- free 7 day trial (for those based in

  • Culture Shock: The Good, Bad and Ugly
    Culture Shock: The Good, Bad and Ugly
    Duration: 49min | 03/04/2018

    How can you harness the power of culture shock (and reverse culture shock) to use it to your advantage? Do you get a little angsty when you return to your home country after an extended period of time? Today you are in for a special episode recorded in person with my buddy Trav, co-founder of a community we run- Location Indie. Have you thought about living in another country?  And have you thought about how you'll feel when you return home? Tune in now to find out how you can take advantage of this unique situation. You'll Learn: How to make expat life a little easier One thing that can lead to reverse culture shock How to re-integrate yourself back into your home country Ways to generate a new awareness Possible struggles you can have when returning home How your whole perspective can change How to open up interactions with anyone And so much more Resources: Location Indie Location Indie Podcast Tortuga Backpacks Head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcasts!

  • Top 11 Ways To Rock Your Music Festival Experience
    Top 11 Ways To Rock Your Music Festival Experience
    Duration: 54min | 27/03/2018

    What one realization can lead to a life of travel? Have you traveled just to go to a music festival? You are in for a fun show today with our resident experts on all things music festival and travel related, and my good friends, Jason and Kelly Law from Festy Go Nuts. These two experts (they are the real deal) have gone to TONS of music festivals and will provide advice on music festivals, staying at music festivals, and all the fun stuff that goes on. You'll get 11 tips to help you out if you plan on attending any music festivals (which you most likely will after listening). Let’s go nuts and jump right in! You'll Learn: How to have a much better time at a music festival Why you'll be so much happier doing this one thing How to keep the fun going when the music ends A good way to meet new friends What can be a good conversation starter How to create something like a fun Halloween night Why flair is a good thing The best way to let your guard down How to embrace the unique experience happening to you Why hav

  • Shred America
    Shred America
    Duration: 49min | 20/03/2018

    Are you ready to shred America? Is it better to do a lot of research or no research at all when you get into an adventure? You've heard me cover a lot of modes of transportation on this podcast....from walking around the world, to bike touring, horseback riding and more, but this is a first.. My guest today traveled 950 miles from Chicago to New York on his skateboard with a group of 3 other 20 year old's (back in 2008).  And he has just released a film about the journey called Shred America. Please welcome Michael Kosciesza to the show. He'll give you the scoop on: The overall adventure What it’s like to experience America by long-distance skateboarding Travel film-making And much more Tune In To Learn: One key to make an adventure really happen What forces you to reflect on everything How to create a unique and authentic film The advantages of the old school way of traveling The biggest life lesson from Shred America Where you sleep when skateboarding across America Resources: Tortuga Backpacks Shred

  • 2018 Guide To Cheap Flights + How To Travel When You Work Full Time
    2018 Guide To Cheap Flights + How To Travel When You Work Full Time
    Duration: 01h06min | 14/03/2018

    How do you find time to travel when you are working a full-time job? Plus, how do you find a good cheap flight deal? Tune in today to get some awesome tips and strategies from Jen Ruiz.  She is a lawyer who took 20 trips in 12 months last year while employed full time.  Learn how you can squeeze it all in and really get around to see the things you want to see. Be sure to check out her new book, The Affordable Flight Guide: How to Find Cheap Airline Tickets and See the World on a Budget.  And learn how you can"fly for less and travel more" at Jen on a Jet Plane. You'll Learn: How to find the right work-travel balance for you Benefits of solo travel What can take you away from everything that you’ve ever known Favorite method for getting cheap flights How the non-traditional booking can save you money How magical opportunities open up Tips to adjust to extreme travel The best ways to stretch your time What can give you faith to put yourself out there And so much more! Resources: Transition To Travel: Before

  • Transition To Travel: Before and After With Sofia and Teague
    Transition To Travel: Before and After With Sofia and Teague
    Duration: 02h07min | 06/03/2018

    How do you use big picture thinking to accomplish all of your travel goals....and life goals for that matter? Does the idea of long term travel or the nomadic lifestyle match up with the reality of it? Today you are going to get an audio snapshot of one couple's transition to travel journey. Learn about the process of leaving a job and/or totally changing your life around to accommodate more travel. Making that leap is a huge decision and it's important for you to hear real stories to gain new perspectives. Come along with Sofia and Teague as they share what it was like right before they were leaving; after they quit their jobs and all the stuff they did to transition to that long-term travel lifestyle. And then they come back over a year later after traveling the world....to share how they changed as individuals, as a couple, and how they transformed. Think time travel; it will be unlike anything you’ve ever heard. Plus, you'll get some tips around budgeting, packing, and so much more. Listen Now To Learn:

  • 20 Lessons From 20 Years of Travel: Part Two
    20 Lessons From 20 Years of Travel: Part Two
    Duration: 37min | 27/02/2018

    How has travel been intertwined in your life? Are you ready for more travel lessons? Tune in today for Part Two of 20 Lessons From 20 Years of Travel. So grateful to have had so many travel experiences and blessed to share some travel nuggets with you; hope they help you create a satisfying life. Plus, the tables are turned and you'll finally hear my answer to the question: "Why does travel matter?" Let's get into it. You'll Learn: Ways to cross all cultural boundaries One thing that can open up a lot of travel How to add up savings (wherever you go) The ultimate packing tip The truth of happiness How to "find yourself" through travel How to free your mind to choose your life The biggest opportunities for personal growth Ways to amplify your appreciation for everything Why you should follow your heart Resources: Pimsleur Learning- free 7 day trial (for those based in the USA) Wherever You Go, There You Are by Jon Kabat-Zinn Head over to the archives now for more Zero To Travel Podcasts.

  • 20 Lessons From 20 Years of Travel: Part One
    20 Lessons From 20 Years of Travel: Part One
    Duration: 40min | 20/02/2018

    What lessons have you learned from travel? Can you think back in your life and recall when you got your first desire to travel.....or were just intrigued with exploring the world? Tune in today for Part One of 20 Lessons From 20 Years of Travel.  If you've done a lot of traveling, maybe this will give you a chance to reflect on how travel has shaped you.  If you are gearing up for travel, you might get some ideas on what to expect and some universal practical tips. Today you'll get the first 10 lessons; come back next week to get the last 10. It is always good to appreciate where you have been, what you’ve done, and how it has impacted you...in travel and in life. You'll Learn: Why you should just go for it How to save more money and gain freedom Ways to appreciate little moments What connects us all A great excuse to travel (for total enjoyment) How to experience some of the highlights around the world Why you should take risks How interacting with locals can enhance your experience How to get some of the h

  • Luck Is No Accident: Making The Most Of Happenstance with Dr. John Krumboltz
    Luck Is No Accident: Making The Most Of Happenstance with Dr. John Krumboltz
    Duration: 55min | 13/02/2018

    What have your travels led to in your life? Today you'll hear 3 HUGE reasons why travel is so much more than just travel. Plus, hear how happenstance can serve you! My guest Dr. John Krumboltz has created the most liberating career and life theory that you'll ever hear. He's a renowned counseling psychologist, professor of education and psychology at Stanford university, and co author of the book, Luck is No Accident: Making the Most of Happenstance in Your Life and Career. Tune In To Learn: How to maintain balance to keep open to happenstance Ways to better recognize opportunities as they pop up What every human being does Why it's good to pick what you enjoy at any moment How to eliminate pressure to decide Why we should examine our society A wonderful question to ask people Why you don't need to have a plan And so much more Resources: Luck is No Accident: Making the Most of Happenstance in Your Life and Career Pimsleur Learning- free 7 day trial (for those based in the USA) Dr. John Krumboltz Bio The Ha

  • Norway To Cape Town On A Tandem Bike + How Sweet It Is
    Norway To Cape Town On A Tandem Bike + How Sweet It Is
    Duration: 01h12min | 06/02/2018

    How far could you go on a tandem bike? Tune in today for the first ever live Zero To Travel podcast! Coming at you from a popular travel shop in Oslo, Norway. Learn what it takes to ride a tandem bike 21,000km from Norway to Cape Town, South Africa. You'll hear how one Swedish couple did just that for their honeymoon in 2012. Plus, you'll hear them answer questions direct from the live audience. Please welcome Rasmus and Susan to the show Check out their work at Life of Engberg. You’ll hear plenty of tips along the way on: Travel through Europe and Africa How to stay committed to adventures/travels What it's like to bike through 24 countries How to set yourself up for long-term travel What you can learn from a 13,000 mile bike trip How to create your own holy moments Tips for taking your own bike tour How to see a country in slow motion Building your life around travel What to do after you complete your trip And a ton more Resources: Nomaden Life of Engberg Lost Cyclist Water Aid Be sure to head over to

  • How To Find Your Power Places Using Astrolocality
    How To Find Your Power Places Using Astrolocality
    Duration: 01h07min | 30/01/2018

    Have you heard of Astrolocality? For centuries, travelers used the stars to navigate around the world. Today you'll hear about that concept with a little twist - and learn how you can use the stars and planets to find your next destination... Plus, what is the most important thing we should learn in school that education does not teach us? My guest today is here to help you unleash your genius using a variety of tools that you may not be used to, including astrology, numerology, and human design. You are going to find out more about all of these topics, learn more about astrolocality, and a whole lot of other stuff you don’t want to miss! Please welcome VerDarLuz to the show. Check out his work at Find Your Power Places. Tune In To Learn: How to choose your own life Ways to attract similar energies What can show you your sexual desires and affections One thing that can be the ultimate psychology How you can use astrology to your advantage How to attract the right energy (if you want a certain kind of relati

  • Atlas Of Beer: The Crossroads Of Beer and Travel
    Atlas Of Beer: The Crossroads Of Beer and Travel
    Duration: 43min | 24/01/2018

    How can being honest kick start a new life of travel? My guests today are co-authors of the new National Geographic Book, Atlas of Beer: A Globe-Trotting Journey Through the World of Beer. Please welcome Nancy Hoalst-Pullen and Mark W. Patterson to the show! They are here to talk beer and travel – two of my favorite topics. And even if you don’t enjoy any suds, you are going to hear about a bunch of other topics, like: How this particular National Geographic book evolved How beer can shape a place The 4 ingredients of travel Warning, this show might make you thirsty… Tune In To Learn: How to get an explorers grant to go drink beer around the world The responsibilities of a beer Jefe What can change the whole dynamic of an area Arguably the most popular beer you can find Highlights of some of the most interesting breweries in the world Incredibly important point that is overlooked by beer judges (and beer lovers in general) Why it is best to create your own opinions and your own favorites How to participate

  • Top 24 World’s Cheapest Destinations 2018: Part Two
    Top 24 World’s Cheapest Destinations 2018: Part Two
    Duration: 47min | 18/01/2018

    Ready for more of the World's cheapest destinations? Get excited as we welcome back award winning travel writer Tim Leffel from Cheapest Destinations Blog for part two of the World’s cheapest destinations 2018. If you listened to part one, you surely had to re-think your bucket list. Or maybe you added a new place to visit in Central America, Mexico, or Europe. Get pumped up to knock off the rest of the World's cheapest destinations 2018....in Asia and beyond! Tune In To Learn: Where you can easily get a visa and go on beautiful hikes (and it's really inexpensive) The best place to go that has smiling happy people (that speak English) How to beat the crowds and explore multiple islands Where you can buy your way into residency (and get some of the best food) How to deposit your way into a retirement visa (over 50) in Thailand Best place to collaborate with expats (the digital nomad capital) Expert tip to get the cheapest accommodations in Asia Where to find cheap living expenses, friendly people, and amazing

  • Top 24 World’s Cheapest Destinations 2018: Part One
    Top 24 World’s Cheapest Destinations 2018: Part One
    Duration: 01h01min | 17/01/2018

    What are some of the World's cheapest destinations? I hope your bucket list isn’t too set in stone, because after listening to this episode, you are going to want to reorder it. You are going to be tempted to add a whole bunch of things to it as you hear about the World’s Top 24 Cheapest Destinations (today is part one). Who doesn't love wanderlust? I have a feeling you are going to get very excited today when you hear from my guest Tim Leffel. He helps people find the cheapest places to travel and THE best places around the world to live or base yourself (for less). Check out his award winning website and travel writing at The Cheapest Destinations Blog. He is also the author of A Better Life For Half The Price – an outstanding resource and quite an entertaining book. Let's get right into it! You'll Learn: How to recognize “cheap destinations” for your lifestyle The easiest place to hang out as a tourist without getting a residency visa How to find the right balance between foreigners and the local culture

  • Location Independent Tips From A Full Time Freelancer + Making Less and Traveling More
    Location Independent Tips From A Full Time Freelancer + Making Less and Traveling More
    Duration: 01h10min | 11/01/2018

    How can you make less money than you do now, but travel more? Tune in to find out how to do just that; plus you'll get some awesome tips for wandering freelancers! Please welcome Haley Akins to the show. She was our December member of the month at Location Indie, so she's the perfect guest to share her full time freelancer story. Haley is a motion designer and animator and has been freelancing for about 3 years. Before that she was working for Across the Pond and a sports broadcasting company. She wanted more travel and more freedom in her life, so she found freelancing and hasn't looked back. Today you'll get some tips and tricks on how you can create success as a freelancer. Listen in now. You'll Learn: The #1 tip for managing clients What can allow you to take a whole month off Easy to remember rule about rates (for more profits) How to keep business coming in How to raise your profile in the industry (to get more work) Why you shouldn't be afraid to ask One thing that helps you realize what is really imp

  • Creating A Life Of Travel In A Single Day with Michelle Dale
    Creating A Life Of Travel In A Single Day with Michelle Dale
    Duration: 01h27min | 04/01/2018

    Is it possible to create a life of travel in a single day? Today Michelle Dale stops by to share how she did it and gives some tips on how you can do it too! Back in 2005, Michelle had what she describes as “an epiphany” that her life wasn’t how she wanted it to be. So, in a single day she quit her job, listed her property for sale, and purchased a one way ticket out of her home country (she was only 23 years old!). That was the beginning of her new life as a nomad – and the start of her business, Virtual Miss Friday where she provides business operations solutions to digital entrepreneurs, among other things. You'll hear her advice on how to transition to full time travel and a life abroad, her top lifestyle business tips, travel advice, and much more. Tune In To Learn: Why you have nothing to lose How to get support from community Ways to let your intuition guide you How to look at the good in any situation How to run a lifestyle business (before, during, and after pregnancy) Awesome outreach tips (to get

  • 3 Steps To More Travel In 2018 + Why To Do Work You Love
    3 Steps To More Travel In 2018 + Why To Do Work You Love
    Duration: 13min | 26/12/2017

    How can you travel more in 2018? Plus, why is it important to do what you love? In today's episode, you'll get 3 small simple steps to help you achieve any travel goal in the coming new year. Let's get this year started right and lock in some travel goals/intentions. Make sure you get to do the things you want to do this coming year (travel-wise) and make sure you are not putting it off any longer. Remember that conscious decisions dictate your life. You are the captain of your ship and can set the course for wherever you want to go. Happy New Year and wishing you all the best for 2018! Resources: Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton Please head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcasts.

  • 4th Annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular
    4th Annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular
    Duration: 34min | 19/12/2017

    Welcome to the 4th annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular!!! Grab a Julebrus and get warm and cozy in front of a crackling fire, with stockings hanging, candles burning in the background, and a white star in the window...a very Norwegian Christmas tradition. Really, white stars are everywhere. Do you know how many Norwegian words contain "Jul" (Christmas)? The holidays start early in December as Jul is added into your body and mind. Today we'll uncover a mystery; are Norwegians really crazy for Christmas? Tune in now to hear how "Jul" is everywhere in Norway as my wife Anne-Dorthe and I talk Norwegian Christmas snacks, Juleøl (Christmas beer), markets, food, music, traditions, and all the other joys of the crazy (in the best way possible) Norwegian Christmas. [caption id="attachment_2733" align="alignleft" width="4032"] A shelf full of Juleøl (aka Christmas beer)[/caption] And be sure to take in all the sights and sounds of the Norwegian Christmas. [caption id="attachment_2734" align="alignleft" width="4032"]

  • How To Use Airbnb to Fund Your Travels (Even If You Dont Own Anything Or Live Anywhere)
    How To Use Airbnb to Fund Your Travels (Even If You Don't Own Anything Or Live Anywhere)
    Duration: 01h20min | 13/12/2017

    How can you break into the multi-billion dollar Airbnb business? Today Zeona McIntyre stops by to share how you can earn money while you travel the world....even if you don’t live anywhere and you don’t own any real estate whatsoever! Zeona has been to 44 countries and she spends half of each year traveling the world using a variety of travel tactics, but the main one is Airbnb. She owns five properties, manages 20 properties, and teaches others how to invest in properties (with Airbnb in mind) to create automated businesses. She suggests keeping an open mind about everything to create a life of long term travel. Tune In To Learn: How co-hosting is creating hugely abundant opportunities to manage Why you need to do extensive research before investing in a property How to take advantage of different markets without owning a place Ways to get started with co-hosting (to manage from anywhere in the world) How much you can earn in a month co-hosting with Airbnb What you can leverage to automate the process How w

  • How To Be a Polyglot
    How To Be a Polyglot
    Duration: 01h15min | 05/12/2017

    Have you ever wondered how to be a polyglot? My guest today is a polyglot who has studied more than 25 different languages including a total of nine different alphabets and writing systems. Please welcome Ellen Jovin to the show! Check out her work here where she chronicles her linguistic adventures (and misadventures) and provides resources for other language learners. Tune in today to get advice around self-learning or learning a language on your own. You'll Learn: How to create a connection that goes straight to your heart Ways to be generous to the world How to structure the 3 prongs of language learning The best way to express your grammatical super powers Method to multiply your time to learn Tips to get over fears of speaking a new language Why a sense of humor is critical for language learning And so much more Resources: A Norwegian Christmas Spectacular 2nd Annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular 3rd Annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular Pimsleur Learning- free 7 day trial (for those based in the

  • Travel Wisdom From 100 Countries With Ladan Jiracek
    Travel Wisdom From 100 Countries With Ladan Jiracek
    Duration: 01h01min | 28/11/2017

    Are you ready for some Ladan travel wisdom? My guest today is a multi-passionate wanderer, polyglot, and host of the Travel Wisdom Podcast.  He brings his experience from travel in over 100 countries..... Please welcome Ladan Jiracek to the show! Today you'll hear a mix of topics including: How to go to college in Europe for 50x less than it costs to go in the states The advantages and disadvantages of solo travel The definition of wisdom and how that relates to travel Tips on meeting locals when you travel 3 best pieces of advice for someone who wants to visit 100 or more countries Benefits of learning a language for travelers Tune In To Learn: One of the most underrated skills for traveling How to create a whole new identity and way of thinking Ways to go deeper into a country How to use travel as a vehicle for learning Why everyone should travel How to take the power back (in life and travel) And so much more Resources: Pimsleur Learning- free 7 day trial (for those based in the USA) Skyscanner Memris

  • The Reality Of Full Time Travel Blogging with Tommo and Megsy
    The Reality Of Full Time Travel Blogging with Tommo and Megsy
    Duration: 01h14min | 21/11/2017

    How does resistance play into your ability to fill your life with travel? You'll hear about this type of resistance, plus: Travel blogging and what it's like to run that business from the road How to handle getting burned out on long term travel The process around figuring out if you should stop traveling and maybe settle down for a bit Do you like unforgettable food experiences?  My guests today have been traveling full time since 2008 and run Food Fun Travel.  You'll hear some tips on finding those extra special culinary delights on the road, learn how to make a living as a travel blogger, and get advice on how to pick an international home base. Please welcome Tommo and Megsy to show! Tune In To Learn: How gap years can help you live differently Ways to compromise with the travel lifestyle Biggest revelation for a long term traveler Most important skills to develop for a travel blogger Biggest mistake most newbie travel bloggers make How to find the best places to eat (wherever you go) The ultimate tra

  • Sweet Ass Strategies for Achieving Anything Fast with Heath Armstrong
    Sweet Ass Strategies for Achieving Anything Fast with Heath Armstrong
    Duration: 02h48min | 14/11/2017

    You are in for real treat today as Heath Armstrong shares some sweet ass strategies for achieving anything fast in travel and in life!  Heath has quite an incredible story. In early 2015 he was in the process of re-imagining his life to become location independent to gain more freedom and travel more.  Since then he has: Sold his house and everything he owned to eliminate distractions/debt and discover meaning Retired his regular ‘career’ for full-time location-independence, freedom, and travel Built an automated e-commerce business that did over $600k in revenue in 2016 On top of that he created The Sweet Ass Journal to Develop Your Happiness Muscle in 100 Days.  It will help you learn and implement the habits, strategies, and personal practices he dissected from 100+ interviews with creative entrepreneurs to destroy what he calls “resistance gremlins”.....and build your freedom empire. Just a few things you'll hear about today: Gremlin bashin’ Minimalism The importance of habits How to get over the fear

  • Optimizing For Freedom with Nat Eliason
    Optimizing For Freedom with Nat Eliason
    Duration: 01h09min | 07/11/2017

    Have you ever considered that the way you think about travel can be the difference between going and getting stuck at home? Today Nat Eliason stops by to discuss how to be free and what that really means. Tune in now to hear a wide range of topics including: Why a lot of people get into the digital nomad scene or the full-time travel scene How to avoid travel burnout Benefits of choosing something Why too much freedom can be detrimental and how to manage that Why building a relationship with a city is important Remote work trends and the best business model to become location independent fast And a ton more Nat has lived in various cities around the world while traveling as a full time digital nomad, although that has changed recently. He writes actionable in-depth articles on a variety of topics like sex, lifestyle business, cryptocurrency, meditation, travel, and more. Check out his articles and more here. You'll Learn: How to design your life around freedom The current state of digital nomad-ism Ways to

  • How To Take Cheap Alaska Cruises
    How To Take Cheap Alaska Cruises
    Duration: 34min | 31/10/2017

    Want to learn how to take cheap Alaska cruises and experience the stunning nature of "The Last Frontier" without breaking your budget? Listen in now to get the inside scoop on planning your own Alaskan cruise adventure. Today You'll learn: How budget travel brings you closer to a place The best way to tour Scotland How to take advantage of the Alaska ferry system What kind of accommodations to expect on cheap Alaska cruises What you can bring on an Alaskan cruise (you'll be surprised) A traveler's best friend How to get around each small town in Alaska The overall cost of a cheap Alaskan adventure The resources below provide a summary along with all of the links you need to get started today. To get an overview of all transportation around Alaska, check out the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. In Alaska, the locals get around by plane and ferry since there are very few highways.  You'll want to create your Alaskan dream cruise using The Alaska Marine Highway System.   This will tak

  • Hidden Paths and Sacred Rides with Mike Brcic
    Hidden Paths and Sacred Rides with Mike Brcic
    Duration: 56min | 24/10/2017

    Would you like to go on some sacred rides? And when is having no plan, the best plan?! Tune in to hear about off the beaten track mountain biking spots around the world, social entrepreneurship, the value of becoming a ski bum (or just any kind of bum- bumming around doing something you love), and how that can actually turn (perhaps inadvertently) into a career. My guest today is the founder of Sacred Rides mountain bike adventures which was ranked as the #1 mountain bike tour company on earth according to National Geographic adventure magazine. He also runs the nonprofit Bikes Without Borders and mentors social entrepreneurs who seek to change the world through business. Please welcome Mike Brcic to the show. You'll Learn: How being a terrible employee can actually help you Why finding your own path is important for personal happiness The essence of a lifestyle business How to build a business around your passion The most important quality for success How Sacred Rides operates around the world (and helps l

  • The Worlds Longest Honeymoon with Mike and Anne from Honeytrek
    The World's Longest Honeymoon with Mike and Anne from Honeytrek
    Duration: 01h09min | 17/10/2017

    Wouldn't it be fun to take the World's longest honeymoon? What is the easiest way to start doing more of what you love? Tune in today for tons of travel goodies. My guests today left on their honeymoon in January 2012 and never went home! They are the authors of a new book published by National Geographic called Ultimate Journeys For Two: Extraordinary Adventures On Every Continent. They are here to share their best adventure travel strategies, travel advice for two, their Top off the beaten path destinations, and so much more.  Check out their work at Honeytrek. Mike and Anne Howard – welcome to the zero to travel podcast my friends! You'll Learn: Advice for hopeful travel writers (to get publishing deals) Why travel is a formative and educational experience How to have the World's longest honeymoon How to exit responsibly (for long term travel) Why you should go on your honeymoon before you get married How travel can enhance your relationship Why it's awesome to mix and match travel styles Advice for trav

  • Getting Free Through Travel with Mike Clarity
    Getting Free Through Travel with Mike Clarity
    Duration: 01h19min | 10/10/2017

    Have you seen Mike Clarity around the world? What does the evolution of YOU have to do with travel? Tune in to find out how to evolve through travel. Plus, you'll hear a wonderful conversation with a listener of the show; Mike Clarity.  Clarity walked away from a day job and a lifestyle that he felt was suffocating his spirit. He shares stories of life on the road, poetry, and all kinds of interesting travel anecdotes. Learn about getting free through travel (and what that means), the distillation process that takes place while you are on the road, where growth occurs in travel, and just a ton more! Tune In To Learn: How to live more meaningful days Ways to be inspired (instead of jealous) How to reach out and capture data in your brain A wonderful way to travel and connect with the community How to feel richer in all aspects of your life The hack to traveling on your terms Ways to make money while on the road How to find real wealth in travel Resources: Pimsleur Learning- 7 day free trial (for those based

  • Travel Passion Mashin
    Travel Passion Mashin'
    Duration: 01h03min | 03/10/2017

    How can you guarantee a high level of satisfaction around your next trip? Tune in today to hear 3 strategies to make that satisfaction actually occur (on your next trip). Plus, you'll hear about travel flow and an in-person interview around coffee and travel. Dillon Williams from the coffee and bicycle journey, the Homecoming Coffee Tour, stops by a Norwegian cafe to give his perspective on how to build a trip around something you love. Perk up my friend! You'll Learn: Where the travel magic happens What can fight against too much caffeine Best ways to come up with great ideas for any business Great piece of advice to make connections on the ground (wherever you go) Lessons for your first bike tour How to achieve greatness What gives you an appreciation for home The best resources for bike touring in Europe What is included in a bicycle touring gourmet meal Best thing to take the edge off loneliness (when on a solo trip) And so much more! Resources: Location Indie Location Indie Podcast Pimsleur Learning- 

  • Top 20 Most Beautiful Places Weve Been In The World: Part One
    Top 20 Most Beautiful Places We've Been In The World: Part One
    Duration: 01h01min | 26/09/2017

    Where are some of the most beautiful places in the world? Where have you been? My biz partner, good buddy, and host of Extra Pack of Peanuts, Travis Sherry stops by to share his top most beautiful places he's been in the World. We broke up the Top 20 Most Beautiful Places We've Been In The World into two podcasts. In this episode (Part One), you'll hear each of our rankings (#10 to #6) of the most beautiful places we've ever been in the world. Head over to the Extra Pack of Peanuts podcast (for Part Two) to get each of our Top (#5 to #1) most beautiful places in the world that we've been to. Plus, we break down the Top 16 Beautiful Places We’d Like To Go over on the Location Indie Podcast. This is going to be fun! Tune In To Learn: How to relive your travel experiences Where to find a magical experience (you didn't expect to have) One of the most beautiful places on earth Where you can take a cable car up a mountain A place to fall in love with hiking One of our favorite places on the planet Where worldly co

  • How To See The Northern Lights In Norway
    How To See The Northern Lights In Norway
    Duration: 01h24s | 19/09/2017

    Have you ever wondered how to see the Northern Lights in Norway? Are the Northern Lights on your bucket list? Tune in today to hear how you can do it affordably in a notoriously expensive Scandinavian country and when and where should you go. My friend and fellow expat David Nickel stops by to give you the inside scoop on the Norwegian Northern Lights phenomenon. David is a travel journalist and author of several books, including the new Moon Guidebook to Norway. Be sure to check out the Norway Northern Lights in the video below. You'll Learn: The number one thing that is not on any pre-trip travel checklist that should be The best way to create a deeper connection to a place and it's people One key element to integrate into the Norwegian experience Best piece of advice to learn about local customs (when moving to a new country) A detailed description of the Northern Lights Typical ways you can arrange a Norwegian Northern Lights experience The reality of writing a guide book about a country Plus so much mor

  • The Current State Of Digital Nomadism + DNX Global Roundup
    The Current State Of Digital Nomadism + DNX Global Roundup
    Duration: 41min | 14/09/2017

    Have you heard of DNX Global? If you are a digital nomad or aspire to be one, you need to check it out. You'll learn how more and more people are earning a living from their laptop; on the fly while they are traveling. It is an incredible way to roam and be free, but it also means you travel with a lot of responsibilities (and there are many challenges to the digital nomad lifestyle). I connect with my buddy Fred Perrotta from Tortuga backpacks (in Lisbon!) to give you the down low on the digital nomad conference (DNX Global). You'll hear all about: The current digital nomad scene The various stages of being a digital nomad What the digital nomad experience is like on the ground What are the hot businesses right now Check out this review of the Tortuga Homebase Travel Backpack: Also, please donate to the emergency fund for Samir's (our Trekking Nepal guide) Niece. Thank you. Tune In To Learn: Who attends DNX Global Why meeting in person creates momentum How to get into the digital nomad bubble Why digital

  • Settling With The Nomad Spirit + The Beauty in Ugly
    Settling With The Nomad Spirit + The Beauty in Ugly
    Duration: 55min | 05/09/2017

    Have you ever traveled to an ugly place and found the beauty in it? Today you'll hear about transitioning off the road (from a nomadic life) to a more settled existence. This can be tricky, but tune in to hear how you can do it successfully (and peacefully). My guest is on a mission to help 1,000,000+ entrepreneurs create true freedom in life by 2020. The 3rd edition of her book- Suitcase Entrepreneur: Create Freedom In Business and Adventure In Life - is available now! Please welcome Natalie Sisson to the show. You can learn more about Natalie and her mission at The Suitcase Entrepreneur. Plus, stay until the end for a special giveaway (worth $1000). You'll Learn: How to know when it's time for a break from life on the road The definition of a lifestyle property How to keep your brand identity (when you are making changes) Ways to create a basis to start a new foundation How a digital sabbatical can help you The most valuable thing in the world (it's free) And so much more! Resources: Trekking Nepal The S

  • The Meaning of Life With Biciclown
    The Meaning of Life With Biciclown
    Duration: 43min | 29/08/2017

    Have you seen the Biciclown around the world? What is the one thing about travel that never ceases to amaze you? Tune in to learn what travel can reveal about yourself, others, and the world. Plus, you'll gain some wisdom from a gentleman who lives his life on the road- Álvaro Neil (aka Biciclown). Álvaro quit his job as a lawyer and left (in 2004) his home town in Spain to tour the world on a bicycle. He arrived in England after cycling through 114 countries, and stayed with Emma who is a host on Warm Showers; a free worldwide hospitality exchange for touring cyclists. Emma recorded this interview with Álvaro, the Biciclown in early August 2017, near the end of his world tour, which he will finish back in his Spanish home town on November 19th (after exactly 13 years on the road!). Álvaro is also a clown, an author, and a documentary filmmaker. Through his project, ‘Miles of Smiles Around the World’ he performs clown shows to people in need. Today You'll Learn: Why travel by bicycle The worst thing about tr

  • When Reality Shifts
    When Reality Shifts
    Duration: 54min | 22/08/2017

    How does the lens through which you see the world affect your reality and your ability to travel? How do you feel about your reality? My guest today is the co-founder of Unbounded Adventures, a new tour company currently running small group trips to Peru. Today you'll hear all about: Launching a tour company Desert survival Spiritual travel Psychedelics And much more Please welcome Tim Richard to the show. Tune In Now To Learn: How to re-calibrate to a new reality The only thing that you can control How to get a job with a tour company Is Ayahuasca right for you? How to experience the world from a higher perspective What does spiritual travel mean? And much more! Resources: Unbounded Adventures Boulder Outdoor Survival School Location Indie Education First Explore America Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel ITMI (International Tour Management Institute) Ayahuasca Vine of the Soul DMT- The Spirit Molecule Unbounded Adventures- Facebook @Unbounded Adventures- Instagram Wan

  • Making Sense of Cents: Personal Finance and Travel + Is This The Best time EVER to Travel?
    Making Sense of Cents: Personal Finance and Travel + Is This The Best time EVER to Travel?
    Duration: 01h37s | 15/08/2017

    Is it easy making sense of cents? Is this the best time ever to build your life around travel? Today you'll get advice on the following: Should you pay off all of your debts before traveling?  And what order should they be paid off in? If you own a home and want to travel long term, should you sell it or rent it out? What are the best ways to save money for travel and still pay all your bills? Please welcome Michelle Schroeder-Gardner to the show. She runs the personal finance lifestyle blog, Making Sense of Cents, and she’s running it while living on the road in an RV.  She's here to share her advice and help you get your head around your own finances....so you can have more of that green to travel the world! Plus You'll Learn: The best way to save money for traveling The true cost of living on the road Top tip to pace your spending for a year or more How to extend your travel budget even further Advice on health insurance for the traveler What makes RV life much easier How to never run out of new ideas A

  • Grateful Gypsies + The Power Of Awareness
    Grateful Gypsies + The Power Of Awareness
    Duration: 01h13min | 08/08/2017

    Have you heard of the Grateful Gypsies? They are two fellow live music and travel lovers and they have been traveling around the world since 2010. Please welcome Rachel and Sasha to the show! You can find their work at Grateful Gypsies- where they'll help you improvise your life! Today you'll hear all about: Gap years Living in China and Bali Working on the road Traveling in SE Asia They'll take you on another unique path towards long term travel.  Tune in to get some ideas, tips, and strategies.... You'll Learn: A serious option living in another country (and earning an income) The #1 benefit of a gap year The diversity of Indonesia How to balance traveling and documenting traveling Ways to expand your horizons and open your eyes And so much more Resources: Location Indie Grateful Gypsies Boom Festivals WET- Work Exchange Team ESL- Wikipedia CELTA Dave’s ESL Cafe Wall Street English Hostel World Trail Wallet Dharma Susila Transparent Language VIP Kid For more Zero To Travel Podcasts, check out the arch

  • Hitting The Reset Button On Life Through Travel
    Hitting The Reset Button On Life Through Travel
    Duration: 01h04min | 01/08/2017

    Do you think you can hit the reset button on your life? Can you do this through travel? My guest today says she is an “adventurist” with a deep love for travel. Her wanderlust has taken her to over 43 countries and last year she completed a three and a half month long trip to 23 countries (in all 7 continents!). And she just released a book about her travels, From Antarctica to Zimbabwe: How I hit the reset button on my life. Please welcome Dr. Quinta to the show.   Today you'll hear all about: How to get to Antarctica on the cheap What around the world flights can do for you How to manage solo travel when you are married or in a relationship Plus so much more Tune In To Learn: How to gain confidence and courage to put yourself out there Why you have to do it now (tomorrow is not guaranteed) How to be proud of your life history The not so secret secret about travel and life How to get half off your cruise to Antarctica General solo travel tips Ways to make peace with yourself Resources: From Antarctica

  • Refugee Stories: 12 Countries In 10 Years
    Refugee Stories: 12 Countries In 10 Years
    Duration: 55min | 25/07/2017

    What refugee stories have you heard? Today, more than ever we need to make people feel welcome and safe. It will allow you to be more accepting and you can connect in a new way. In today's episode, you'll gain a better understanding of what the refugee experience is like from Aiman Shaqura. He came to Norway as a refugee in 1991 after 10 years on the run through 12 countries. Helping immigrants and refugees become integrated into their new home country is a cause close to his heart, so he started Give a Job; an organization based in Norway that helps match refugees with the needs of businesses. Give a Job has helped hundreds of immigrants get work and continues to do so. Aiman has also built and sold a number of companies; his latest project Charge is Norway's first entrepreneurial incubator for first-generation immigrants who have ambitions to create future growth companies. You'll hear so much including: Why life in a safe place was like hell in paradise Thoughts around the media's coverage of the refugee

  • Following Your Heart To The Road With Ka Sundance
    Following Your Heart To The Road With Ka Sundance
    Duration: 01h12min | 18/07/2017

    What is one insanely simple thing you can do to kick-start or resume a life of travel? Today Ka Sundance stops by to share his story about how his family has been traveling the world for a long time. He's the founder of The Sundancefamily where he and his wife help new and aspiring business owners, coaches and artists, transform their lives AND businesses to manifest more purpose, abundance and freedom. You'll hear about: What it's like to be down to your last dollar on the road Full time travel and living abroad (and who it is not for) What bucking the status quo for a life of travel means for your relationships The definition of an authentic lifestyle business Tune In To Learn: How to create a different concept of many things Ways that new opportunities appear right before your eyes Why travel is so healthy How to overcome fear and move forward Advice for traveling with kids (family) The only way you truly learn Drawbacks of taking a family on the road (or traveling long term) Biggest business mistakes (

  • Only $50 And A Dream: Biking Across The USA Solo With Zero Experience with Jasmine Reese
    Only $50 And A Dream: Biking Across The USA Solo With Zero Experience with Jasmine Reese
    Duration: 01h20min | 11/07/2017

    Have you heard about Jasmine Reese and her dog Fiji? Back in 2013 she took her puppy and her violin on a bicycle tour across the United States with less than $50 in her pocket. She was, in her words, a “chubby city girl, trying to regain self-confidence and recapture the person she thought she’d lost.” Learn more about her travels and music at Fijapaw. You'll hear how Jasmine has gained a renewed faith in humanity while experiencing profound acts of kindness from strangers, and how she reshaped both her body and her mind. Learn how your attitude defines your action and how you can create a life of travel. Tune In To Learn: How to use your internal power Ways to get out of your rut How to start planning a bicycle tour across the USA Where to stay when traveling by bicycle (with your pet) What do you eat while on the road Why the journey is more important than the destination Practical tips for saving money (and creating money) Pros and Cons of riding 12 hours a day The smart way to hitchhike And so much more

  • A Travel Box of Chocolates
    A Travel Box of Chocolates
    Duration: 52min | 04/07/2017

    How do your expectations around a trip affect the trip itself? Tune in to hear about expectations, plus you'll get a travel box of chocolates. My guest today is the founder of The Strange and New where she aims to “cut the bs out of travel." She is also an editor for Matador and she is here to discuss a potpourri of travel topics. Please welcome Jacqueline Kehoe to the show. Let's dive in! You'll Learn: How to have the time of your life (and meet your best friends ever) Why staying in one place can actually be traveling Can you have Travel A.D.D One of the best motivators out there How to find yourself through travel Ways to carry your happiness with you How to document travel (so you don't go overboard) How to get your soul chords vibrating And so much more! Resources: The Strange and New Millennial travel: Millennials are the first generation to be defined by traveling Matador Network Plaid Zebra Be sure to check out the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcasts!

  • Making Another Country Your Home Base - Estonian E-Residency
    Making Another Country Your Home Base - Estonian E-Residency
    Duration: 42min | 27/06/2017

    Are you ready for your Estonian E-Residency? The Republic of Estonia is the first country to offer e-residency- a transnational digital identity available to anyone in the world interested in administering a location independent business online. Plus, e-residency enables secure and convenient digital services that facilitate credibility and trust online. Today you'll hear from the managing director of e-residency for the government of Estonia, Kasper Korjus. He's going to give you the details on their E-Residency program and you'll learn how you can easily make Estonia your home base. Tune In To Learn: What is an E-Resident (and how to become one in Estonia) One thing that will make it easier for you to apply for Visa’s and living permits How we can create nations without borders Why e-residency is perfect for freelancers and nomads Why Estonia has decided to take the start up mentality and innovate How to change the revenue models of nation states One of the most frustrating things about being based outside

  • Ex-Patting In Latin America With Lily Ann Fouts
    Ex-Patting In Latin America With Lily Ann Fouts
    Duration: 01h10min | 20/06/2017

    Have you ever thought about Ex-Patting? Today my friend Lily Ann Fouts stops by to give you tons of tips, strategies, and advice for Ex-patting in Latin America. Lily is a multi-talented writer, author, and long time traveler who has lived on every continent except Asia ( including Antarctica!). When her and her husband are not out roaming the planet, they are living full time in a motor-home around the USA. She is also the chief adventure scribe of our community Location Indie. Get more info about Lily here and be sure to check out her book, Live Like a Local in Loja: An Expat Experience in Ecuador Tune In To Learn: How best to settle-in anywhere and have a true local experience Why you need to practice responsible ex-patting Tips on where figuring out where to go Top reason Loja is intriguing How to successfully integrate yourself as an expat into a community One of the most underrated travel tips (to lead you to the best spot) The one thing that is a powerful bridge to a better experience How to truly con

  • Price of Travel with Roger Wade
    Price of Travel with Roger Wade
    Duration: 01h05min | 13/06/2017

    What is the price of travel? Today you are going to get the 'nitty gritty' on the price of travel. You'll hear about: Overcoming travel obstacles Saving money on travel Different ideas around what travel costs The logistical practical stuff around money and travel My guest today is the founder and editor in chief of Price of Travel- a database of travel costs in every major destination around the world. The site now features over 200 cities with information for each listing- accommodation, transportation, attraction, food and drink prices. Please welcome Roger Wade to the show. He’s here to help you get the most travel bang for your buck. Tune In To Learn: How to create a lifestyle rather than just take a trip Advantages of solo travel What to do as a solo traveler to meet other people The flexibility of budget airlines How to get incredibly cheap deals for European train rides Who is the best type of traveler for a city pass Formula to gauge what a typical 'great day' will be like (for a traveler) And so

  • How To Make Tough Decisions
    How To Make Tough Decisions
    Duration: 12min | 05/06/2017

    When you choose to travel, a lot of tough decisions come up. Things like: Should I quit my job to travel? Should I travel solo or try to find a friend? Where should I go? Is taking time off from school to travel the right thing to do? Should I keep my apartment/house or rent it out? What should I do when I come back? And on and on. Did you know there is somebody you can ask who is right 100% of the time? Sounds crazy I know! In this episode you'll learn how to make a tough decision and who that person is who is always right.

  • Location Independence Uncut - The Spouse Speaks
    Location Independence Uncut - The Spouse Speaks
    Duration: 35min | 01/06/2017

    Today I'm bringing you a bonus episode to learn the truth behind Location Independence. My wife Anne Dorthe reveals what it's like to live with a location independent entrepreneur- the good, the bad, and the ugly. How do you think it would be? Awesome, Annoying, Educational? Tune in now to find out. Plus, we are celebrating the launch of The Paradise Pack! It is an incredible bundle of resources to help you live, work, and travel anywhere. All about location independence (LI), freedom, and the travel. Only available through June 5th, 2017, so be sure to grab a copy at zerototravel.com/paradisepack before it's gone forever. You'll Learn: The reality of living with someone who is location independent Good piece of advice to go on the road (with a location independent entrepreneur) One important thing to do to help your travel partner 3 words to describe the location independent lifestyle How to support to your LI partner (even if you are not into it) The benefits of the location independent lifestyle Why you n

  • An Unconventional Life On The Road
    An Unconventional Life On The Road
    Duration: 02h30min | 30/05/2017

    When you are trying to decide if you should hit the road for a long period of time (maybe go full nomad) or maybe just extend your current travels, is it just a numbers game? Tune in to hear how it might be for some of you... Today you get a value packed interview with my new friend Paul Kortman. He and his family (wife, 4 kids, and 2 dogs) have been living out on the road for the last 3 years. They spent a year flying around the world and are now living in an RV. You can follow their adventure at Home Along the Way. And they have a podcast called Nomad Together. You'll Learn: How to fall into Location Independence Recommendations before taking a long term family trip Key lessons and tips on how to live in a 37ft RV with your wife, 4 kids, and 2 dogs Ways to create deeper relationships (on the road) How to run a business from your RV The fastest way to go location independent How to get a partner on board for travel What to do about medical and health issues How the hybrid location independent model can bene

  • Transition (Back) To Travel: Jeans Story
    Transition (Back) To Travel: Jean's Story
    Duration: 01h12min | 24/05/2017

    Can you have unexpected travel success? What is your number one travel fantasy? Tune in today to find out! Plus, you'll hear a story of transition back to travel as my friend Jean Sibley stops by.... Check out her website, Stop Work Travel, which is all about taking a true break from work – whether for a month, a year, or a lifetime. Putting aside all thoughts of default living and being present to fully enjoy the journey before you. She also does travel coaching at Freedom Past 50 to help people over 50 get the same freedom to roam that she has (stay until the end to hear about a bonus for Zero to Travel listeners). You'll Learn: Why hidden doors will open when you travel (and why you have to go through them) What you need to build a life of location independence and sustain it How to live comfortably in Bulgaria Ways to free up stuck energy How to actually change your brain when learning Transition to Travel tips How to further strengthen your commitment to travel Where to meet people from all over that ge

  • Zero To Location Independent Challenge (Day 5)
    Zero To Location Independent Challenge (Day 5)
    Duration: 11min | 20/05/2017

    Do you want to learn the truth behind what it takes to go from Zero to Location Independent so you can do it too? Get our free guide at zerototravel.com/freedom to get the best inside strategies and tips from 10 different location independent travelers. Day 5 of the Zero to Location Independent Challenge is here. You've made it. Congratulations. You are about to start a location independent business my friend (in 5 days!). It's time to take the leap. You have the list, you know what you are putting out there. Now it is time to do it... You'll Learn: How to get you used to putting yourself out there Ways to pick up momentum when first starting How to make your service or offer a real thing What the best businesses do for people One thing to get you excited to create stuff (and put it out there) How to get people excited to pay you How to earn trust Why you shouldn't be afraid to do something different (experiment) Resources: Free Location Independent Guide Zero To Travel- iTunes Zero To Travel- Facebook To

  • Zero To Location Independent Challenge (Day 4)
    Zero To Location Independent Challenge (Day 4)
    Duration: 19min | 19/05/2017

    Do you want to learn the truth behind what it takes to go from Zero to Location Independent so you can do it too? Get our free guide at zerototravel.com/freedom to learn from 10 different location independent travelers. You'll get their best tips, advice, and resources, saving you time and money on your path towards Location Independence. You made it to Day 4 of the Zero to Location Independent Challenge. Keep up the good work my friend, you are on your way towards creating a location independent business.  Only 1 more day to go! Focus in on who exactly you are going to be reaching out to that is going to give you money (for what you have to offer). You'll Learn: What makes the decision making process a whole lot easier How to get the confidence to put yourself out there What you must do to get business The first place to start when reaching out to your network How to create a target list The best way to find new clients quickly (and grow your business quickly) Why it's important to develop relationships The

  • Zero To Location Independent Challenge (Day 3)
    Zero To Location Independent Challenge (Day 3)
    Duration: 15min | 18/05/2017

    Do you want to learn the truth behind what it takes to go from Zero to Location Independent so you can do it too? Grab our free guide at zerototravel.com/freedom In this guide, you’ll hear from 10 different travelers with 10 different types of location independent businesses. You'll get their inside strategies and tips and I’ve taken the best of those lessons and put them into one guide for you! Today is Day 3 of the Zero to Location Independent Challenge. The trail map continues to get the ball rolling and help you go Zero To Location Independent fast! Let's figure out what kind of value you can offer to get your first client and get your first location indie dollar. You'll Learn: One of the most exciting things about being location independent What you can learn through the journey to location independence Ways to feel more comfortable reaching out to people The very powerful concept to take the pressure off of you The only thing you need to remember when it comes to structuring an offer Why you can't unde

  • Zero To Location Independent Challenge (Day 2)
    Zero To Location Independent Challenge (Day 2)
    Duration: 23min | 17/05/2017

    Do you want to learn the truth behind what it takes to go from Zero to Location Independent so you can do it too? Grab our free guide at zerototravel.com/freedom In this guide, you’ll learn how 10 different travelers went from Zero To Location Independent. You'll get their best tips, advice, and resources, so you can save time and money and go location independent fast. Today is Day 2 of the Zero to Location Independent Challenge. Choose your path to get some momentum going toward this location independent lifestyle. Take the power back and control your own destiny. The choice is yours. Let's do this! You'll Learn: The best way to sustain travel (and be set up after traveling) How to set a rhythm and make things happen Location Independent business myth busting Strategies to eliminate some of the guess work Why you don't need to have a website to go location independent The fastest way to go location independent Easy way to put yourself out there (and offer a service) What you can use as an idea generator Ho

  • Zero To Location Independent Challenge (Day 1)
    Zero To Location Independent Challenge (Day 1)
    Duration: 23min | 16/05/2017

    Do you want to learn the truth behind what it takes to go from Zero to Location Independent so you can do it too? Grab the free guide at zerototravel.com/freedom Today is Day 1 of the Zero to Location Independent Challenge.  Come along with me on this 5 part mini-series journey giving you the time and space to explore the whole idea of being location independent. You'll get a trail map to start today and continue to learn and grow over the next 5 days. Trust the process and do it in a way that feels good to you. Today you'll hear about about mindset and intention. Let's go Location Independent! You'll Learn: The benefits of location independence How to start on the path toward location independence Ways to banish all excuses forever How to set your intention The ideal day exercise How to figure out what is holding you back (and how to persevere) How to completely decimate excuses (and get rid of them) Resources: Behind The Laptop: 10 Ways To Earn Money While Traveling The World Yoga With Adriene Zero To Tr

  • Language Hacking and Location Independence with Idahosa Ness
    Language Hacking and Location Independence with Idahosa Ness
    Duration: 01h16min | 10/05/2017

    What is one of your biggest cultural mishaps as a traveler? What is the essence of the best lifestyle businesses out there? Today you'll to get some incredible advice from Idahosa Ness. He speaks five languages fluently and is the creator of The Mimic Method; a unique language learning approach that focuses on “Learning By Ear” so you can learn languages faster, understand more, and speak with a better accent. He also wants to help people make human connections across the language barrier. Tune in to hear all about this unique language learning method as we talk travel, location independence, cultural mishaps, the essence of lifestyle businesses, and so much more! Don't forget to head over to zerototravel.com/paradisepack to get your FREE gift that reveals the truth behind starting a location independent business. You'll Learn: Why anyone at any age can learn a language What can open up a whole new world of experiences and perspectives The moment when conversations finally stop sucking How to increase motiva

  • How To Be Everything
    How To Be Everything
    Duration: 01h02min | 02/05/2017

    Is there anything that you see as an advantage that others may see as a disadvantage? Have you ever heard of a 'multipotentialite'?   And could you be one? You are not alone my friend. You are going to love today's show as we dive deep into How To Be Everything! My guest today is a writer, artist, career coach, and community leader. She is the Founder and Creative Director at Puttylike, where she helps multipotentialites integrate all of their interests to create dynamic, fulfilling and fruitful careers and lives. Her TED talk, Why Some of Us Don’t Have One True Calling has nearly 4 million views at the time of this recording, so she has helped a lot of people.... And she just came out with a new book, How to Be Everything: A Guide for Those Who (Still) Don't Know What They Want to Be When They Grow Up. Grab a copy of this amazing book here. Please welcome my dear friend and incredible human being Emilie Wapnick to the show! Tune In To Learn: Why being a multi-potentialite can create a major advantage The k

  • Cruise Ship Jobs 101: Travel Jobs Series
    Cruise Ship Jobs 101: Travel Jobs Series
    Duration: 01h11min | 25/04/2017

    How can you find the best cruise ship jobs if you have no experience? If you work on board a cruise ship you are guaranteed to get paid to travel the world - but is it all it's cracked up to be? And how can you stand out from the stacks of resumes flowing into cruise ship companies every day? Our guest today is a true expert on this topic. Amanda Hathorn-Geary spent a decade at sea AND worked on the human resources side which means she was responsible for hiring newbies like us. In this episode you'll learn: The #1 reason to work on a cruise ship Pros and cons of cruise ship jobs How much money you can expect to earn working on a cruise ship Why working on a cruise ship is a great way to save money for travel (even if you work in an entry level position) How cruise ship work can lead to longer term career opportunities What type of travel experiences you’ll have Which cruise ship job positions can give you the most amount of time for travel How you can leverage cruise ship jobs to accomplish your top bucket

  • How To Work For An Airline And Fly For Free: Travel Jobs Series
    How To Work For An Airline And Fly For Free: Travel Jobs Series
    Duration: 37min | 20/04/2017

    Do you love the idea of work that takes you around the world? You may want consider working for an airline so you can fly for free (or pretty close to it when flying internationally). My guest today has worked for 3 major airlines and gets many flight benefits to save money, make money, and take his family around the world. Check out his book, Free Flying to get inside tips on getting hired, employee flight benefits, and lodging on a budget. Today you'll hear about the types of jobs that you can get with an airline and what benefits are included, how you go about getting these jobs, and where to find them. Please welcome LaJuan Stoxstill-Diggs to the show! Tune In To Learn: Why day trips are addicting The different types of airline jobs Perks and behind the scenes benefits for airline employees How to get a job with an airline (without ever flying in a plane!) Where to find airline jobs Super smart strategy for a new airline employee 3 tips to get hired by the airlines How to leverage flight benefits for en

  • The Secret World Of Flight Attendants: An Interview With Betty In The Sky
    The Secret World Of Flight Attendants: An Interview With Betty In The Sky
    Duration: 52min | 18/04/2017

    Could you handle being a flight attendant? What makes a good flight attendant and what can you do as a passenger to make life easier on them? Betty In The Sky stops by today to share flight attendant stories, advice on traveling, and so much more! She's a veteran flight attendant with over 20 years in the air.  Check out her podcast- Betty in the Sky with a Suitcase! for candid stories, an insiders view of life in the air, and all the behind the scenes stuff. Fly Here To Learn: How to get a golden ticket to see the world How metal tongs helped save a tricky situation The most ridiculous thing ever witnessed on a plane How to improve the collective consciousness on the plane The most important life lesson learned (as a flight attendant) Funny celebrity stories Advice for layovers (bring your bathing suit to Singapore!) 3 very simple tips to keep flight attendants happy The best asset to help you stand out (when trying to become a flight attendant) What you should talk about during your flight attendant interv

  • Up and Coming Destinations: Tibet With Robert Kelly
    Up and Coming Destinations: Tibet With Robert Kelly
    Duration: 01h04min | 11/04/2017

    Can you still have a deep experience in Tibet? Why should you visit Tibet now? Today you'll go an adventure through Tibet with expert guide book author Robert Kelly. Robert has co-authored 2 editions of Lonely Planet’s Tibet guide (including the most recent), and he is also the creator of a new podcast called Travel Tape.  You are going to hear some of the sounds of Tibet and also going to learn tons about this destination. Plus, you'll hear about: What it's like to be a guide book author Long term travel And lots more!     Tune Your Senses To Learn: How to experience reverse time travel The long history of Tibet Top tips for visiting Tibet the right way (as a foreigner or independent traveler) Where you can find the richest culture in Tibet Best times to visit Tibet Ways to get the best trekking and hiking experiences in Tibet How to get your senses awakened in a Tibetan monastery Best advice for aspiring travel writers Resources: Zero To Travel Trekking Trekking Nepal Audio Series Draksum-tso (holy la

  • Music Festivals 101: Travel, Culture and Music With Festy Go Nuts
    Music Festivals 101: Travel, Culture and Music With Festy Go Nuts
    Duration: 01h07min | 04/04/2017

    What is your favorite combination travel platter? In today's episode, you're going to hear about the combination travel platter and learn all about music festivals and travel.  You'll learn all about the music, the culture, and the adventure! And who better to learn from than my friends, Jason and Kelly, founders of Festy Go Nuts (your ultimate music festival resource).   Listen Now To Learn: One of the best excuses to travel and take a road trip How to find the best festival for you The best places to find info about festivals What to expect at music festivals How to get a truly intimate experience at a music festival How to be prepared for the best possible festival experience The life saver of all travelers in every situation The costs associated with music festivals (and how to get the best pricing) How to get free tickets to a music festival How to create bonds for life And so much more! Resources: Festy Go Nuts JamBase REI Pollstar Facebook- Festy Go Nuts Bonnaroo The Great Went Wakarusa Coachella S

  • Travel Role Models and The Minority Nomad
    Travel Role Models and The Minority Nomad
    Duration: 01h04min | 28/03/2017

    What is a minority nomad? And do you know how many are out there? And who is your travel role model? In today's episode you'll hear from a man on a quest to become the first African American to travel to every country in the world! He is currently at 92 countries as we record this... Please welcome Erick Prince to the show. He's a traveler, photographer, and philanthropist and you can check out his journey at Minority Nomad. Tune In To Learn: The best way to learn about yourself and find new opportunities How to show a different side of a country Ways to show low income kids the world is open to them How reading can open things up for you What changes your perspective on the world Why traveling can help you see a better way Ways to embrace privilege (to help others) Erick's personal daily mission to help others around the world Ways to take opportunity to share culture, identity, and history How to be a mini-ambassador for your country And so much more! Resources: Cruisers Forum Top 10 Travel Wish List + H

  • Top 10 Travel Wish List + How To Crush Your Bucket List
    Top 10 Travel Wish List + How To Crush Your Bucket List
    Duration: 45min | 21/03/2017

    How can you totally crush your travel bucket list- starting right now? Plus, a top 10 list you won’t want to miss… Today my buddy Trav (from EPOP and Location Indie) joins the show as we each share our respective Top 5 Travel Wishes. Give yourself the space and time to dream up your current bucket list and put it in writing. Get back in touch with your travel soul and reconnect with your travel dreams. You can make it happen now! Listen Now To Learn: How to create a ‘big bang’ to bring your ideas to reality How to get motivated (and move closer to your travel goals) Why alternative reality type spaces are intriguing A time when compromise is necessary The best part of Location Independence How to embrace the idea of enjoying yourself Why the journey can be the best part (of a travel adventure) How to open up more possibilities to see crazy stuff 10 awesome travel wishes (what do you want to do?) And so much more! Resources: How To Become A Car Camping Superstar Location Indie Podcast The Great Debate: Slow

  • Dating and Travel + Bringing Location Independent Business Ideas To Life
    Dating and Travel + Bringing Location Independent Business Ideas To Life
    Duration: 01h03min | 14/03/2017

    What do you think about dating and travel? And how does love work if you are a digital nomad? In today's episode, you'll hear from the Founder of Nomad Soulmates – an online dating app for remote workers and location independent individuals. Please welcome Aline Dahmen to the show! She breaks down what the dating scene is like out there in nomad land, plus how to handle love on the road. And if you're NOT single don’t worry, you'll hear helpful tips for both singles and couples alike: Bringing your next business to life What it’s like to build an app Dating ideas for travelers And much more! Tune In Now To Learn: The best way to learn everything about someone (in a short period of time) How to open hidden doors Why it is important to start with community Ways to get your first clients How being conscious and intentional makes the right people appear Why everyone is going to Bali How to meet (and connect) with people who are aligned with your vision/mission Why you are forced to make a quick decision Chall

  • Behind The Scenes With Adventure Travel Journalist Jayme Moye
    Behind The Scenes With Adventure Travel Journalist Jayme Moye
    Duration: 57min | 07/03/2017

    What do you like about Adventure Travel? How does immersion change you? Today you’ll hear all about adventure travel and different ways that immersion can change you...from an award winning professional adventure travel journalist. Please welcome Jayme Moye back to the show! Learn more about her work here. The first show we did together was insanely popular as she gave industry tips and secrets to succeed as a professional travel writer. Check out 'How To Become a Professional Travel Writer' (in resources or archives) after listening to today's show! Today we are going deeper into the world of travel writing and she’s going to share with us a behind the scenes look at the reality of collaborating with top climber Hans Florine to write On the Nose: A Lifelong Obsession With Yosemite’s Most Iconic Climb. Gear Up To Learn: How to get started and make a name for yourself (as a writer) Tips for getting started in freelance writing How your chameleonesque element can help you How travel can really shake up your w

  • What It Takes To Go Location Independent
    What It Takes To Go Location Independent
    Duration: 01h29min | 28/02/2017

    What should you do when you get sick of traveling? Plus, what does it really take to go location independent? You'll hear all kinds of location independent (LI) goodies today from newbie nomad Jeremy Enns. Jeremy recently quit his job to travel and run his business from the road. He's got tons of insights into the LI lifestyle; from seasonal work, house sitting, travel hacking, saving money, volunteering, bike touring, and more! Check out his work here! Learn what it takes to go location independent and find out if all the effort is worth it. Tune In To Learn: An incredible way to get into traveling How to get the mind clicking (for the LI lifestyle) The first step to move in any kind of direction How to achieve the "inevitability of success" attitude Ways to overcome obstacles to location independence How to take the seriousness out of growing a business How to get a whole new view (of yourself and your business) One of the best ways you can travel in the states European bike tour recommendations How a pape

  • Resettling Abroad and Overseas Education
    Resettling Abroad and Overseas Education
    Duration: 54min | 21/02/2017

      Have you ever experienced an overseas education? Whether it is from unschooling, homeschooling, a classroom, an experience, or an encounter with a local, you never know what you can learn. Today you'll hear 3 things I love about living in another country...plus you'll hear about long term life abroad, reverse culture shock, and a visa you’ve probably never heard about. My guest today has been living abroad for 20 years and has been slow traveling with his family for the last 4 years. Check out his Epic Education Radio Podcast where you’ll hear experienced family travelers tell you in their own words how they approach parenting, money, education, accommodation, travel gear and more. Please welcome Jason Jenkins to the show!   Listen Now To Learn: How to learn about yourself in a whole new way The advantages of learning a new language Challenges of living abroad with children How to deal with reverse culture shock The benefits of asking for (and getting) remote work Biggest piece of advice for homeschooling

  • Travel Health: Everything You Need To Know Before You Go
    Travel Health: Everything You Need To Know Before You Go
    Duration: 01h19min | 14/02/2017

    Do you take your travel health seriously? You might spend a lot of time pre-trip planning, but it’s easy to forget about the most important thing – your health. Today you'll hear from a true expert on travel health- she’s a medical doctor and a representative of the CDC, Phyllis Kozarsky, M.D. Dr. Phyllis Kozarsky, M.D. With threats like malaria and other mosquito borne disease, viruses, and everything that’s out there – as a traveler you need to be informed and prepared.... You can't let those health concerns scare you from traveling, but I strongly recommend you listen to what Dr. Kozarsky has to say. Set yourself up for a healthy trip, health on the road, and also coming home better than you ever felt before. Today’s podcast could literally save your life! Tune In To Learn: Why thinking you are invincible can be dangerous Ways to prepare before travel How far in advance to get vaccinations How to prevent malaria Why you need to look at geography and season when planning travel General costs to visit

  • The Nordic Theory Of Everything With Anu Partanen
    The Nordic Theory Of Everything With Anu Partanen
    Duration: 01h08min | 07/02/2017

    Have you heard of "The Nordic Theory of Everything" by Anu Partanen? What do you love about your home country? And do you think it could be better? Today you'll hear some interesting perspectives and ideas from a Finnish Journalist who, after moving to America in 2008, began to notice how much more complicated and stressful things seemed to be in the states compared to her home country of Finland. Please welcome Anu Partanen to the show! She wrote "The Nordic Theory of Everything – In Search Of A Better Life" and you should definitely pick it up! It shows how the Nordic way of doing things can generate more freedom for you to fulfill your desires, enjoy more travel, have better health, better education, and more opportunities. Listen Now To Learn: Why the USA is a great country How health care works in Nordic countries (like Norway) What you get for your taxes in Nordic countries Ways to see your home country in a different light What is the "Nordic Theory of Love" Why big government could be holding the USA

  • Debt To Travel + The RV Lifestyle
    Debt To Travel + The RV Lifestyle
    Duration: 01h06min | 31/01/2017

    Have you ever thought about living the RV lifestyle? How do you go from debt to travel? Today you'll get the goods on the RV lifestyle and how to sustain it! My buddy Heath Padgett stops by to share his story how he and his wife quit their office jobs, bought an RV, and planned a trip to all 50 states. Along the way, they discovered they didn’t want their full-time travel lifestyle to end and wanted to find a way to keep traveling indefinitely. Now they are doing it and also teach others how to live the full-time travel life in an RV. Plus, you'll get some strategies and advice on how to get out of debt and go from debt to travel. Listen Now To Learn: Why choose the RV lifestyle How to work a job in all 50 states How to connect with the places you are visiting (in a totally different way) One of the biggest benefits of travel Ways to get immersed in the RV lifestyle How to make a living while exploring and traveling the country The Pros and Cons of RV livin' How to feel close to home wherever you are The rea

  • Travel Jobs Series: How To Become A Whitewater Rafting Guide + The Game of Life
    Travel Jobs Series: How To Become A Whitewater Rafting Guide + The Game of Life
    Duration: 02h49min | 24/01/2017

    What is one way to add more travel into your life? Tune in to find out! Today you are going to get the goods on travel jobs.  And you'll get to learn about those super cool seasonal jobs like a whitewater rafting guide! Plus, how do you deal with a difficult decision to leave a career for travel? My guest today shares her story and experience in doing just that. She's an experienced river raft guide, freelance journalist, and an outdoor adventure seeker. She'll tell you how to become a river rafting guide, plus how to get the best whitewater rafting jobs in the world. Please welcome Juniper Rose to the show.  You can learn about her and her adventures here. Listen Now To Learn: The hardest part of actually leaving a job What gives you the ability to leave a job How to transition to life on the road Great tips for making money while traveling The changes that have to take place to get out and travel more How to become a rock star of the river What it really takes to be a whitewater rafting guide How to stand

  • Experimental Travel and Music
    Experimental Travel and Music
    Duration: 50min | 17/01/2017

    What does experimental travel mean to you? Whether it is where you can go, or how you can travel, the experiments are up to you! And it can open up many new ideas around travel- awesome. And how does music impact your travel experience? It's something that can immediately change your state and connect you with anyone in the world. Today you'll hear from Fil Corbitt, musician and experimental travel extraordinaire. He's the creator, producer, and host of a podcast called Van Sounds (listen here or wherever you listen to podcasts). It's a show that combines travel, music, and storytelling! Does it get any better than that? Listen Now To Learn: How rolling the dice can take you in any direction Ways to create your own adventure How to balance living a travel experience vs capturing it The best way to be present One of the main reasons to travel Easy ways to incorporate characters into your story What changes pieces of your travel experience How to immediately change your state (wherever you are) Ways to become

  • Terrifying Travel Toilet Tales
    Terrifying Travel Toilet Tales
    Duration: 48min | 10/01/2017

    Do you have a terrifying travel toilet tale? Ok, it may be a little gross to some, but when nature calls, you have to do what you have to do. And usually a humorous, memorable travel story will result. Today we are bring you a fun and interesting episode....travel poop stories. You'll hear from a couple community members, myself, and my wife (a honeymoon poop story). Plus you'll get 3 travel toilet tips, some bonuses, and so much more! Tune in to get some laughs and maybe you can relate. Resources: Go Go Guano Live Lingua Head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcasts!

  • Resolutions, Remote Work, and the Reality of Language Learning
    Resolutions, Remote Work, and the Reality of Language Learning
    Duration: 01h04min | 03/01/2017

    What are your travel New Year's resolutions? Want to hear my favorite New Year's resolution for travelers? It’s the ONLY 7 words you need to travel this year. Tune in to hear how you can go anywhere you want to go (this year)! Plus, you'll hear a unique take on location independence, language learning, travel, and so much more. My friend and co-founder of Live Lingua, Ray Blakney, stops by to share his journey, experiences, and insights to helping others. If you want to learn a language or are in the process of learning, you've got to check out the world's first total immersion school online- Live Lingua. Listen Now To Learn: How to really love what you are doing Ways to find serendipity on multiple levels How to get involved in the Peace Corps What to do to get a happiness advantage Ways that Live Lingua gives back The key to learning every language How to decrease your workload (from 8 hours a day to 1 hour a day!) Ways to pick your business idea Where to find the rainbow mountains One of the best places t

  • How To Plan Your Best Damn Year Ever: The Rosebud Method
    How To Plan Your Best Damn Year Ever: The Rosebud Method
    Duration: 43min | 27/12/2016

    Want a simple way to make sure you do everything you want to in business, travel and life in 2017. Listen to this show!

  • 3rd Annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular
    3rd Annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular
    Duration: 37min | 20/12/2016

    Welcome to a very special holiday podcast, our 3rd annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular!!!! Grab a warm beverage (or a cold one if you prefer!), relax and cozy up by the fire with us as we share nine delightful Norwegian holiday traditions that "Jul" be sure to love. Drinking the famous Julebrus Along the way you'll discover our favorite Nordic holiday happenings from quaint Christmas markets to traditional food, drink, music, and so much more. Oslo at Christmas Don't miss this once a year podcast event that's sure to leave you filled up with joy and holiday cheer. Jukemarket Want more holiday fun? Listen to our last two Norwegian Christmas Spectacular Episodes: 1st Norwegian Christmas Spectacular In this podcast special you'll join us for a one horse open sleigh ride (seriously) and much more. Listen now. 2nd Norwegian Christmas Spectacular In this show we count down the 12 days of Christmas, Norwegian style! Listen now. We wish you and yours, a God Jul (Norwegian for Merry Christmas) an

  • 14 Ninja Packing Moves
    14 Ninja Packing Moves
    Duration: 58min | 13/12/2016

    Do you want to make next year your best travel year ever? Ever wonder the best way to pack for a trip? Well, today you'll hear a simple strategy to make your travel dreams become a reality. Plus, you'll get all kinds of practical, core, awesome travel advice centered around packing. My buddy and packing expert Fred Perrotta (from Tortuga backpacks) is in the house today! Get ready to hear some expert packing tips in our Top 14 Ninja Packing Moves. Be sure to check out the Tortuga Outbreaker Backpack and get a special discount for listening. It's a perfect gift for you or your travel friend.  Use the promo code TRAVEL at checkout for 10% off!  Tune In To Learn: Why not to worry about "just in case" stuff How to pull off an inspector gadget trick when carrying-on The true amount of time to pack for (no matter how long your trip) The benefit of "leave behinds" What to wear on the flight (instead of putting it in your bag) Where to pack your shoes The best fabrics to wear How to maximize a day pack when getting

  • How To Retire Early and Travel the World
    How To Retire Early and Travel the World
    Duration: 57min | 06/12/2016

    Can YOU retire early and travel the world? What does it really take to retire early? Today you’re going to hear a totally different approach that might forever change the way you think about your work, your finances, and how travel ties in with that.... And today's show is kind of a big deal- you'll hear from Anita Dhake who retired in her 30's (yes, her 30's!) and enjoys traveling the world! Anita is known online as ‘Thrifty Girl’ and she is here to share some advice on early retirement, the lifestyle around that, and how you can start taking steps today to make it happen. Quick thank you to Tortuga backpacks for supporting today's show! Be sure to check out the Tortuga Outbreaker backpack for you or your travel friend.  Use the promo code TRAVEL at checkout for 10% off!    Tune In To Learn: How to create motivation to retire early Ways to 'UP' your gratitude level How to overcome the biggest obstacle (that people don't realize) Why you need to "spend thoughtfully" to create happiness How much you really ne

  • 5 Ways To Spice Up Your Next Trip + An Authentic Food Quest
    5 Ways To Spice Up Your Next Trip + An Authentic Food Quest
    Duration: 01h24min | 29/11/2016

    How are you spicing up your next trip? Are you ready for an authentic food quest? Tune in today to hear 5 ways to add another exciting layer to your next travel experience....something a little extra. Plus, you'll hear about one of my favorite parts of travel – Food! My guests today traded in their corporate jobs in 2015 to eat their way around the world. They recently published their first book, Authentic Food Quest Argentina: A Guide To Eat Your Way Authentically Through Argentina. Rosemary and Claire are on a mission to transform traveler’s experiences through the discovery and knowledge of authentic food. They took a 6 month food journey starting in South America and then headed to Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and Peru! Get ready for a special treat and some mouth watering fun! Special thanks to Tortuga backpacks for sponsoring today's show.  Looking for an awesome travel backpack or a great gift for your travel friend?  Listeners of this show will get 10% off the Tortuga Backpack using the promo code TRAVEL

  • 20 Travel Gift Ideas: Part Two
    20 Travel Gift Ideas: Part Two
    Duration: 47min | 22/11/2016

    "Yesterday’s the past, tomorrow’s the future, but today is a gift.  That is why it is called the present."  -Bil Keane  Looking for great travel gift ideas? Tune in today for Part Two of 20 Travel Gift Ideas! In this episode, I sit down my wife Anne Dorthe to share 3 cost saving tips around actual travel experience gifts (hear the most valuable gift you can give someone).   Plus, Fred from Tortuga Backpacks pays us another visit to share his top 5 travel gift ideas for long term travel. Want to give a special shout out to Tortuga Backpacks for sponsoring today's show! Check out the new Outbreaker Backpack and get a special offer just for listening. Travel Gift Ideas: Backpack - Tortuga OutBreaker Backpack($249) Shorts - Kuhl Renegade Shorts ($70) Pants - prAna Stretch Zion Pants ($85) Book- Vagabonding by Rolf Potts ($11.60)   Accessories- Kindle Paperwhite ($119.99) Book Recommendations: I Am Pilgrim ($10.11) Into Thin Air ($9.29) The Sex Lives of Cannibals ($11.66) River Town ($9.27) TED Talks: The

  • 20 Travel Gift Ideas: Part One
    20 Travel Gift Ideas: Part One
    Duration: 45min | 15/11/2016

    What was the best travel gift you have ever received? How do you come up with travel gift ideas? Well, be sure to tune into this two part series to get a list of 20 travel gift ideas! In this episode, my wife Anne Dorthe stops by to discuss actual travel experience gift ideas and 3 tips for knocking it out of the park if you want those gifts to mean something (think the spirit of travel). Plus, Fred from Tortuga Backpacks returns to share his top 5 travel gift ideas for the digital nomad. Want to give a special shout out to Tortuga Backpacks for sponsoring today's show! Check out the new Outbreaker Backpack and get a special offer just for listening.   Travel Gift Ideas: Backpack - Tortuga OutBreaker Backpack($249) Liner - Cocoon CoolMax Mummy ($45.95) Socks - REI Lightweight Merino Wool Hiking Socks ($10.79) Laptop - Apple MacBook Pro MF839LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop with Retina Display (2.7 GHz Intel Core i5 Processor, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB Hard Drive, OS X Yosemite) ($1,199.99) Smartphone - iPhone 6se ($549.95)

  • How To Get A Second Passport + Taxes and Banking For Nomads: An Interview With Andrew Henderson “The Nomad Capitalist”
    How To Get A Second Passport + Taxes and Banking For Nomads: An Interview With Andrew Henderson “The Nomad Capitalist”
    Duration: 01h25min | 08/11/2016

    What is a Nomad Capitalist? Well, who better to learn from than “The Nomad Capitalist” himself, Andrew Henderson. Andrew has become an expert at operating businesses around the world, managing overseas bank accounts, real estate, and even securing 2nd passports and citizenship's for himself and his clients. He helps you keep more of your money by finding the best countries in the world to LEGALLY move your businesses for tax reductions, immigration, and investments. Special thanks to Tortuga Backpacks for sponsoring today's show! Want the perfect travel backpack or looking for a great gift for your travel friend?  Listeners of this show will get a special offer on the Tortuga Backpack! Listen Now To Learn: Why geography is no longer a limiting factor How you can exponentially improve your living situation Can you legally live, bank and work in countries around the world The best countries to go to if you’re considering escaping yours Ways to become a citizen of the world Four ways to get a passport How to av

  • Trekking Nepal Series: Audio Guidary Sneak Peek
    Trekking Nepal Series: Audio Guidary Sneak Peek
    Duration: 36min | 04/11/2016

    Have you ever thought about Trekking Nepal? Today you'll get a little something different with an audio adventure unlike anything you've ever heard! Tune in now to get a sneak peek of Episode 1. My wife Anne Dorthe and I are taking you to the beautiful country of Nepal through a unique 16-part travel podcast series – the world’s first “audio guidary” (part audio guide and part diary): Trekking Nepal: Your Adventure Guide | A Zero To Travel Podcast Series What you'll get: We’ll be your travel companions as you soak up the entire Himalayan mountain trekking experience, going from the bustling capital city of Kathmandu to remote Tibetan Buddhist monasteries and beyond. Along the way, you’ll discover Nepalese Culture, learn about her history, and meet her famous friendly people. Enjoy the sounds of the villages, the music, the spinning prayer wheels, and the gentle wisdom of our Nepalese guide, Samir, as he shares insightful and practical information for trekking in the Himalayan Mountains. Listen now to experi

  • Transition To Travel: Paula and Perrys Story
    Transition To Travel: Paula and Perry's Story
    Duration: 01h26min | 01/11/2016

    What is the most unusual place you’ve slept while traveling? And what is one style of accommodations that you'll have to add to your bucket list? Tune in now to find out! Plus, you'll learn what it's like to transition to a life on the road. Zero To Travel community members Paula and Perry recently quit their successful corporate jobs for long term travel with a longer term goal of creating a new location independent lifestyle! You'll hear their journey before the journey, get valuable tips and advice, and maybe some of their stories will inspire you to make it happen for yourself. Many thanks to Fred at Tortuga Backpacks for supporting today's show. Need a great gift for yourself or another travel lover? Listeners of this show will get a special offer on the Tortuga Outbreaker backpack! Listen Now To Learn: How to create a "lifestyle overhaul" How learning to live with less can transform your life Why transitioning to long term travel can be a challenge What you have to sacrifice for long term travel How lo

  • How To Get The Lowest Airfare + The Definitive Guide To Airline Carry On Baggage Rules
    How To Get The Lowest Airfare + The Definitive Guide To Airline Carry On Baggage Rules
    Duration: 55min | 27/10/2016

    Do you get confused by the ever-shifting carry on baggage rules? Do you love flying? Do you hate flying? You are going to have to do it when you travel, so it doesn’t really matter..... Do you know how to get the lowest airfare for your next trip? Tune in today to get the definitive guide to know exactly what you can carry on these days.  Plus, you'll get 5 tips to help you get the lowest airfare for your next trip. Carry on baggage rules can be very specific, so who better to learn from than the co-founder of Tortuga Backpacks Fred Perrotta. Welcome back to the show Fred! And as a special deal, Tortuga Backpacks is giving a 10% discount to all Zero To Travel listeners. Need an awesome new pack for your next trip, or thinking of a great gift for your travel friend?  Just enter the discount code 'travel' at check out. Listen Now To Learn: How to save money by not checking a bag How to increase your chances of finding the lowest fare The best ways to travel carry on only How to maximize the carry on option Wha

  • Up and Coming Destinations: Myanmar with Dustin Main
    Up and Coming Destinations: Myanmar with Dustin Main
    Duration: 59min | 21/10/2016

    Today you'll get a glimpse inside Myanmar with Dustin Main. Dustin is a talented photographer, location independent entrepreneur, and helps travelers with technology through his website Too Many Adapters. Plus he has become a go to expert on travel in Myanmar and today he shares why Myanmar should be on your travel radar. Dustin Main has traveled to Myanmar more than a dozen times, spending more than a year in the country and has documented the changing stories of the Myanmar people through This Myanmar Life. Listen Now To Learn: What is the draw to Myanmar What creates a sense of urgency to visit Myanmar Ways to have beautiful experiences with locals A simple tip to be a rockstar in Myanmar Where the magic really happens in Myanmar (and how to let it come to you) How to use reverse engineering to travel hack Myanmar Why to follow the lunar calendar when traveling to Myanmar Where to find one of the most favorite places to photograph (in the world!) The best things and places to eat in Myanmar And Much more

  • Alternative Education and Travel With Blake Boles
    Alternative Education and Travel With Blake Boles
    Duration: 01h19min | 13/10/2016

    Why is it so important to consider alternatives in travel and life? Today my friend Blake Boles stops by share his insights into alternative education and adventures. Blake has a mission to help people discover self-directed learning and helps them blaze their own trails through life, including the option to build a life around travel if you so desire. One of the ways he accomplishes this is as the director of Unschool Adventures- Trips and Programs for Self-Directed Young Adults. Listen today to gain a better understanding not only about organized self-directed learning, but also what approaches you can take in your travels so you can learn more than you ever thought was possible (about yourself and the world!). You'll hear all about: Reshaping the world of education Alternative education Travel as a tool for self-growth The transient lifestyle (being nomadic) Using thought experiments to redesign your life around travel Taking the traditional path to get to the non-traditional path The argument around why

  • Up and Coming Destinations: The Republic of Georgia
    Up and Coming Destinations: The Republic of Georgia
    Duration: 01h06min | 06/10/2016

    Why should you go to The Republic of Georgia? What makes Georgia a worthwhile destination to consider? Well you're in for a real treat today as my great friend and business partner, Travis Sherry (from Extra Pack of Peanuts) stops by to share his stories of a recent visit to The Republic of Georgia. Find out why it is a magical place! Tune in Now To Learn: How to become a novelty when you travel How the Republic of Georgia lives up to tales of amazing hospitality One of the top reasons you should travel Why drinking homemade wine is awesome (and why it happens often in Georgia) The best thing to do in Georgia How to get around Georgia Where you can get the most fresh and amazing food in the world Why Georgia is one of the safest countries The best places to stay in the Republic of Georgia How to easily stay connected in Georgia (if you really need it) And much more! Resources: Location Indie Extra Pack of Peanuts Podcast Location Indie Podcast Tbilisi Kakheti Tusheti Kazbegi Gergeti Monastery Mount Kazbeg

  • A Solo Travel Lovefest
    A Solo Travel Lovefest
    Duration: 47min | 29/09/2016

    What do you think about Solo Travel? Why should you do it? Why should you consider it? I'll give you 3 reasons why I absolutely adore it! Today you'll hear all about solo travel from my friend Henry. We met at a hostel in Istanbul, Turkey and decided to share our solo travel stories with you! Plus, when arriving in a country for the first time, how do you get from the airport to your accommodations? Tune in to hear how to do it affordably, without hassle, and without a smart phone! Hanging with local Kurds with the best damn mustaches I've ever seen Listen Now to Learn: One thing that can make you fall in love with travel How to feed your travel soul Why you are never alone when you solo travel One of the best ways to travel How to realize that something is actually possible How to gain confidence and trust in yourself One of the best parts of traveling Ways to save the most money while solo traveling The magic of solo travel And much more! Mural of Turkey For more Zero To Travel Podcasts, head ov

  • The Magic Of Relocating With Matt Giovanisci
    The Magic Of Relocating With Matt Giovanisci
    Duration: 01h13min | 22/09/2016

    What is something you can do to open up more travel and more adventure in your life? You'll hear all about this today as well as the 3 biggest tips to succeed at creating a location independent business. And who better to learn from than my friend Matt Giovanisci! He is a relentlessly creative Location Independent Entrepreneur, runs many online businesses, and he'll show you real-time experiments in making money online. Head over to Money Lab to check out his experiments and learn how you can start or grow your own LI business. It's a no hype, totally transparent, one of a kind experience that you are going to love! Tune in to Learn: The definition of a true friend How to go after your Vision Quest How to take your first step to relocate A great way to learn about a new place The difference between livers (not your organ) and growers One way to help you change as a person Why listening to Gloria Estefan will help you How many years it will take for your online business to be successful The reason most busine

  • Extending Your Travels + The Location Indie Scene
    Extending Your Travels + The Location Indie Scene
    Duration: 48min | 15/09/2016

    "Resourcefulness is the ultimate resource" -Tony Robbins What is the ultimate resource for extending your travels? Today you'll hear all about about: Utilizing your resources Long term travel The Best places in the World to work The Location Independence scene And much more! And you get the privilege to learn from Stu Jones- a bloke from down under who has been traveling and living the location independent lifestyle for the last 18 years! He is the founder of Coworkation- running co-working trips to inspiring places around the world for current and budding location independent entrepreneurs. Listen Now to Learn: One of the most beautiful things about travel How to make Location Independence sustainable How to set up your Location Independent Lifestyle What gives you an excuse to travel to a place you love Why it's way less risky to bet on yourself How to supercharge your business and work to the next level The main benefits of the Location Independent Lifestyle How to find out if the digital nomad lifestyl

  • Transition To Travel: Melindas Story
    Transition To Travel: Melinda's Story
    Duration: 50min | 09/09/2016

    What is the hardest part of long term travel? You'll hear my thoughts on this and you'll hear what it's like to transition from a steady job to a life of travel. Melinda DiOrio stops by to give us her insights on how she left her Corporate job to travel, learn yoga, and see the world. She is a travel photographer and certified yoga teacher committed to a life of exploration! Check out her travel photography and yoga journey at Melinda DiOrio. Listen Now To Learn: How to go on a liberating journey Ways to re-frame your lifestyle How long it can really take to make the leap to travel One thing that can help force change Tips to get comfortable on facing the unknown A strategy to overcome your fears How to take advantage of abundance How to design your own situation (your life!) What truly makes you better at any craft How to overcome challenges of a new phase of life And much more! Resources: Melinda DiOrio The Biology of Belief Location Indie Location Indie Podcast Want more Zero To Travel Podcasts? Head

  • The Best Job on The Planet With The Beaver
    The Best Job on The Planet With The Beaver
    Duration: 01h21min | 30/08/2016

    How do you fulfill your personal legend (your dreams) doing the things you were meant to do? What do you do if you don’t know what you’re meant to do? Tune in today to hear insights on these questions plus you'll hear from a man who seems to be living his own legend to the fullest- Stephen "Beaver" Harris. The Beaver has traveled to 90 countries over the last 10+ years! And last year he had the Best Job on The Planet- being sent to 51 European cities to stay in hostels, party, and write about it. Plus, the Beaver will give you a feel for what it is like to travel solo through the heart of Africa for 6 months! Check out his stories of adventure and misadventure over at Big Beaver Diaries! Listen Now to Learn: What can be the hardest choice you have in life How to get exposed to things you've never imagined How to live through 'groundhog' day partying at hostels How to make the best of the worst possible situation Ways to have a truly authentic experience in Europe (or wherever you travel) How to get a true cu

  • Solo Road Tripping
    Solo Road Tripping
    Duration: 57min | 24/08/2016

    What do you think about solo road tripping? Yes, you'll hear about road trippin' again, but it's that time of year! So get ready and strap in.... My guest today is going to give you the goods on solo road tripping. She just finished a 2+ month long solo road trip across the USA and back to California! Congratulations Katie Doherty. Today you'll hear all about: Road tripping by yourself How to use new media and dating apps to help fund your travels Photography Unexpectedly great things to see in the USA How to earn money while traveling And just a hodgepodge of various topics around road trips Find out about Katie's work and check out her photography at LA ROUSSE PHOTO. Listen Now To Learn: How to make a solo road trip happen Ways to live on your own schedule and your own terms A great way to connect with locals How to easily record money spent on gas, hours driven, and miles driven How to make money while you sleep Tools used to run a successful eCommerce business Why solo road tripping is safe And tons m

  • The World Walk with Tom Turcich
    The World Walk with Tom Turcich
    Duration: 01h11min | 16/08/2016

    Is travel something worth fighting for? Maybe you should ask Tom Turcich! He spent many years saving, planning, and preparing; always keeping his dream alive. Tom Turcich has been walking from NJ to Ecuador the past 15 months and over the next 4 years plans on walking on every continent. You can follow his adventure at The World Walk. Tune in today to hear his story and learn why he’s doing it, how he affords it, and what it’s like to slow travel by foot, plus so much more! And You'll Learn: Why travel is truly important Why you need to seize the day How to forget the rules How to simplify long term travel How to deal with gradual shifts of climate and culture Ways to deal with strangers and strange encounters How much it costs to per day to walk around the world The best source of motivation Resources: The World Walk Karl Bushby L&M Bakery The Factory- Tom Marchetty Philadelphia Sign Company The Only Woman To Walk Around The World: Inspiring Female Adventurers Series with Polly Letofsky Walking Acros

  • 32 Reasons Why Road Trips Rule: Part Two
    32 Reasons Why Road Trips Rule: Part Two
    Duration: 57min | 09/08/2016

    Ready for some more road trippin'? Buckle up for Part Two of 32 Reasons Why Road Trips Rule! What are your reasons why road trips rule? Let's hit the open road and have some fun! My biz partner, good buddy, and host of Extra Pack of Peanuts, Travis Sherry stops by again to discuss our top 8 reasons why road trips rule. Can you guess the number one reason? Tune in now to learn the reasons road trips rule: Where you get to sleep Getting happy Goofiness with other road trippers New potentials Connecting with others What sparks imagination and wanderlust Getting into a Zen-like state How to feel alive Fun and games Flexibility for authenticity And many more reasons! Resources: 32 Reasons Road Trips Rule- Part One Extra Pack of Peanuts Location Indie Be sure to head over to the archives for all past Zero To Travel Podcasts!

  • 32 Reasons Why Road Trips Rule: Part One
    32 Reasons Why Road Trips Rule: Part One
    Duration: 59min | 02/08/2016

    Is there anything better than a good old fashioned road trip? We don't think so. Hitting the open road with nowhere to go, nowhere to be, totally free. Maybe you have some reasons why road trips rule! In this episode my biz partner, good buddy, and host of Extra Pack of Peanuts, Travis Sherry stops by to riff on the 32 reasons why road trips rule! Today we break down each of our rankings 16 to 9. Be sure to tune in next week as we break down our rankings 8 to 1! What you'll learn about why road trips rule: The build up before a road trip happens The road side accommodations Having no real agenda Continuing family traditions Pulling out the cooler at a random picnic table Finding your own bathroom wherever you are Trivia! Breweries Blaring music with the windows down And many more reasons! Resources: Location Indie Location Indie Podcast Extra Pack of Peanuts Check out the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcasts!

  • Listener Questions Part 4
    Listener Questions Part 4
    Duration: 47min | 26/07/2016

    Ready for more travel tips and advice? It's time to get your most pressing travel questions answered in Part 4 of the Zero To Travel Podcast Listener Questions! Have a travel question for the next episode? Want some travel strategies that could help you on your next travel adventure? Please email me at jason@zerototravel.com or ask it on twitter @zerototravel Tune in today to get insights on the following: How to convince a partner to travel when they are afraid to go What to pack for a round the world (RTW) trip with multiple climates Should you travel with debt And much more! Resources: Location Indie Location Indie Podcast Global Peace Index Where should I travel- Zero To Travel Podcast Why Shoulder Season Is The Best Time To Travel - Zero To Travel The Zen of Packing for Any Length Trip - Zero To Travel Podcast Travel Insurance - Zero To Travel Listener Questions Part Three And be sure to head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel Podcasts!

  • Should I Go Location Independent?
    Should I Go Location Independent?
    Duration: 01h11min | 19/07/2016

    How can you make your location dependent career (or job) location independent? Plus, what is your favorite city activity? In today's episode you'll get the answers to these questions plus get some insight on the following: Are entrepreneurs born or bred? Can anyone work for themselves? How do you structure and pitch remote work agreements? What is the value of not working while you travel? And who better to give you these insights than my friend and Business Coach Emily Utter. She helps adventurous entrepreneurs get clarity around what type of business to run from the road. And then gives them an actionable plan to fuse that with the flexibility and freedom we need as travelers.  Check out Emily's work here. Listen Now To Learn: How to design your business to support your lifestyle The very powerful first question to always ask (mindset advice) How to find creative approaches to every business Recommendations for aligning with your priorities How to straddle travel and business in a healthy way How to over

  • The Great Debate: Slow vs Fast Travel
    The Great Debate: Slow vs Fast Travel
    Duration: 53min | 12/07/2016

    What is your latest travel related debate? What is your favorite way to travel- slow or fast? In today's episode, my buddy and biz partner Travis from The Extra Pack of Peanuts stops by for the Great Debate- slow travel vs fast travel. In one corner, we have Jason with slow travel. In the other corner, we have Travis with fast travel. Ding Ding. The verbal beat-down is on! Who will come out on top? Who will present the best argument? You decide! Listen Now To Learn: Why the speed of travel is all relative The top reason slow travel is the best How to make fast travel less stressful What forces you to get out and make the most of every day The best ways to uncover hidden gems The best way to get a sample of a city (to see if you want to come back!) How to increase your buffer zone for things to happen How to get that young vibrant travel attitude (back) How to save money with either method The key to making fast travel much more effective How to be a winner either way The beauty of the Location Independent li

  • The Call Of Adventure with Brendan Leonard
    The Call Of Adventure with Brendan Leonard
    Duration: 01h16min | 05/07/2016

    What do you do when you first get home after a long trip? Plus, is travel really just an excuse to run away from your problems? Brendan Leonard stops by to give his insights on these questions plus adventure travel for all levels, sobriety while traveling, and so much more! Brendan shares humor, essays and stories of adventure on his website Semi-Rad and he is the author of several books including his new memoir about how he turned his life around and found redemption through climbing and world travel- Sixty Meters to Anywhere. Listen Now To Learn: The Big Bang Theory of Extreme Joy How to re-invent yourself How climbing can give you an identity How to confront your true feelings (to figure out who you really are) A great way of looking at the world Advice to handle pressures of drinking How years and years of hard work will pay off How to go from semi-rad to totally rad How to travel the western US on the cheap And much more! Resources: Location Indie Location Indie Podcast Semi-Rad Sixty Meters to Anywhe

  • Is Travel Insurance Worth It?
    Is Travel Insurance Worth It?
    Duration: 01h03min | 28/06/2016

    Is travel insurance worth it? Anything can happen anywhere at anytime.... Tune in today to hear how the unsexy topic of travel insurance can be fun, exciting, and even entertaining. You'll hear from former reporter and current travel junkie Phil Sylvester. He's head of content at World Nomads- an online travel company that provides specialized travel insurance and travel safety services for independent, volunteer, and student travelers in more than 150 countries! Get a FREE Travel Insurance quote from my favorite Travel Insurance company- World Nomads. Welcome to Travel Insurance 101!! Listen Now to Learn: Why you should be a 'fan' of travel insurance Who needs travel insurance and why What things aren't covered What's covered in regards to trip cancellation, trip interruption, and missed connections What is covered in regards to property Best practices for documenting what you have (to make claims easier) What is covered for medical What obscure adventure activities aren’t covered (World Nomads insurance co

  • Is This The New American Dream?
    Is This The New American Dream?
    Duration: 46min | 21/06/2016

    What is the new American dream? Is it to sell everything and hit the road for a life of full time travel? Well tune in today to hear from Bryanna who's family has done just that! Her and her husband Craig sold their 3000sq ft house and pretty much everything in it- to travel the USA and live full time in an RV (with 4 kids and 2 dogs!). You'll hear about the adjustments that had to be made and how they were able to create their new American dream. Plus get a behind the curtain look at their RV life on the road at Crazy Family Adventure! Listen Now To Learn: How to truly downsize and change your life The best way to determine if you can live in an RV full time Why going public with your dreams will help make them happen How to see that your new American dream is possible How to deepen your family bond through travel The challenges of moving from 3000sq ft to 400sq ft How to afford the full time travel RV lifestyle The benefits of radical unschooling How to make good friends while on the road How to feel like

  • Scandinavia On The Cheap, Nomad Life and The Power of Travel
    Scandinavia On The Cheap, Nomad Life and The Power of Travel
    Duration: 58min | 14/06/2016

    Have you ever thought about living a nomad life? What makes someone live a nomad life? Today's guest shares with you his unique perspectives around travel and living life on the road full time. He's been living the nomad life for the last five years! Please welcome my friend Gary from NOMADS - a life of cheap/free travel. Today he'll share the following: How he has has spent no money while traveling through Scandinavia (notoriously one of the most expensive areas of the world) What he feels makes travel important to growth Hitchhiking stories and lessons An exciting traveler’s community and exchange platform that you may not have heard of... And loads more! Listen Now to Learn: How to get a different impression of the world and the human beings that exist in it How to challenge fears and change preconceived ideas about people The true beauty of hitchhiking How to contribute more to others and the world/community as a whole Why reality is different than what you read in newspapers or see on tv One of the gr

  • The Dirtiest Word In Travel
    The Dirtiest Word In Travel
    Duration: 21min | 06/06/2016

    Discover the dirtiest word in travel and how knowing it can help you achieve any travel dream.

  • How To YouTube Your Way To More Travel + 3 Steps To Getting Anything You Want
    How To YouTube Your Way To More Travel + 3 Steps To Getting Anything You Want
    Duration: 59min | 02/06/2016

    How can a single idea land you in your dream destination? What is it about a place you've never visited that makes you want to go there? Today you'll hear the answers to these questions and the simple 3 step process for getting anything you want- travel or otherwise- and how you can get started today! Plus you'll hear all about how to YouTube yourself to more travel from Paradise Pack Contributor Gabrielle Wallace- the Laptop Teacher and creator of Go Natural English. She'll give you the goods on "living the dream" and tell you how she is helping others to develop their online businesses and desired lifestyles! Listen Now to Learn: How to expand your definition of personal freedom What can make all the difference in getting what you want 3 simple steps to get whatever you want How travel can really be an education One of the great stepping stones to travel How to help people and share knowledge How to have people reach out to you asking for your services (and asking to pay you!) The organic way to grow

  • 17 Reasons Location Independence Rocks!
    17 Reasons Location Independence Rocks!
    Duration: 54min | 31/05/2016

    What does it mean to be Location Independent? Whether it is owning your own business- that could mean you work as a freelancer or as a contractor for someone else- not necessarily having an online business. Or what service do you provide for people? Is it possible for you to work from anywhere? If someone said to you, “now or sometime in the future, would you like to be able to travel the world, do work that you love, have total freedom AND earn more money than you do right now?” What would be your reply? Today you'll hear all about how Location Independence is possible and 17 reasons why Location Independence rocks! Listen Now to Learn: How the TOTAL Triangle of Freedom really works Why overall time ownership is awesome How to never worry about updating your resume again How to face the hardest part of Location Independence How to find exciting unseen opportunities (especially when you do something you love) The main benefit of Location Independence How to enjoy food around the world (and linger over your c

  • Should I Follow My Passion?
    Should I "Follow My Passion"?
    Duration: 48min | 26/05/2016

    When you ask "What should I do?" a lot of people will answer "Follow Your Passion!" But what does that really mean? Have you every asked yourself, "Should I follow my passion?" Today I team up with my biz partner and friend Travis to give you a little taste of the Location Independent lifestyle- we discuss passion and what it means to business and your lifestyle. Plus what should you do when you are worrying about what you should do when you get back from a long trip? Listen Now To Learn: How to truly assess you passions Why not to worry about what you are going to do next Why you shouldn't be scared about starting a business around your passions The difference between hard work and passion Why it's important to take a long term view Why you don't always have to have the right answer right away The true reason you follow your passion How to see the value in everything How homework can actually be beneficial And much more! Resources mentioned: Location Indie Ram Daas Mike Rowe Tim Ferriss Seth Godin Guitar

  • Crowdsourcing Your Travels With Anita Wing Lee
    Crowdsourcing Your Travels With Anita Wing Lee
    Duration: 01h20min | 24/05/2016

    What is the #1 thing you can do to make extending your travels much, much easier? Today you get the pleasure of hearing from Anita Wing Lee. She sold her stuff and packed her life into one piece of luggage with the intention to travel light and serve humanity. She is making a huge difference in the world. And she can help you find your highest calling in life! Her most recent project is raising money and awareness for refugees in Greece- check out Project: SoulFam. She’s leveraged technology to travel and give back and she's grown quite the community on Periscope. It has changed her business and travel possibilities tremendously. Be sure to check out some of her guided meditations there. Listen Now to Learn: How to extend your travels further and longer (hint: it's not always money) The main benefits of connections How to decide which path to take The best way to earn your 'Warrior Chops' How to be a contributing human being to the world How to manifest travel and connectivity (it's Quantum physics!) How you

  • Round The World Travel + GAP Year For All! With Sean Keener from BootsnAll.com
    Round The World Travel + GAP Year For All! With Sean Keener from BootsnAll.com
    Duration: 01h12min | 17/05/2016

    Ever thought about taking a round the world journey? Sean Keener stops by to talk round the world travel and gives his take on why gap years/career breaks should be on everybody’s resume! Sean specializes in helping you plan round the world journeys through BootsnAll. BootsnAll helps unite independent travelers and helps people wander the planet! It's the best place to plan and purchase complex travel- round the world trips- and multi stop international trips. The BootsnAll team has helped over 4 million people get their boots on the ground, so you'll definitely want to listen to today's show! You'll Learn: The importance of figuring out your WHY How much money it takes to travel the world comfortably for a year The best resources to circumnavigate the planet The triangle of success (in both life and business) One critical part of success for BootsnAll The best way to learn about yourself and the context of a complex world The difference between World geography vs airline geography The 'gateway drug' for tra

  • Couplepreneur Conundrums with Nick and Gen
    Couplepreneur Conundrums with Nick and Gen
    Duration: 58min | 10/05/2016

    What is a couplepreneur? And how do they make business, travel, and relationships work?! Should couples that travel together and friends that travel together also go into business together? Definitely something to ponder. Today you'll hear all about couplepreneur conundrums from Nick and Gen over at The Great Anomaly. They are full time nomadic couplepreneurs running multiple 6 figure businesses from all over the world (while they travel!). They’ve made it their mission to help other entrepreneurs, freelancers, and freedom seekers put travel back at the top of their to do list, and get their partner on board to create a life of adventure! Listen Now to Learn: The main things to consider when traveling as a couple How to realize when you are location independent Best advice for couplepreneurs just starting out Why outsourcing is a key to success How to determine boundaries within couples and business How to manage zones of friction How to work through 'worst case' scenarios How couplepreneurs stay balanced An

  • The Spiritual Journey + Travel and Creativity with Karan Bajaj
    The Spiritual Journey + Travel and Creativity with Karan Bajaj
    Duration: 01h14min | 03/05/2016

    Is travel the perfect way to embark on a spiritual journeyor quest?How can travel expand your creativity?Please welcome Karan Bajaj to the Zero To Travel Podcast. He's a#1 best-selling Indian novelist with more than 200,000 copies ofhis novels in print. He took a year off from his corporate job inNY to backpack from Europe to India- to learn yoga and meditationin the Himalayas.Check out his new book, The Yoga ofMax’s Discontent and learn more about Karan Bajaj here.Today You'll Learn:The deep story behind The Yoga of Max’s discontentHow travel can help you become more creativeHow travel can blend with spiritualityHow to define a YogiHow to be like a tree (and not 'become' all the time)The meaning of 414How to crack entertainment and meaning in your storyThe way to multiply your adventuresHow to feel truly connected to the world while traveling(without social media)The Yogis 4-2-1 ruleThe right way to approach meditationHow to take a year long sabbatical from workAnd much more!Resources:TheParadise PackThe Yog

  • The Slow Travel Philosophy + Traveling As A Black Woman with Oneika Raymond
    The Slow Travel Philosophy + Traveling As A Black Woman with Oneika Raymond
    Duration: 01h10min | 26/04/2016

    What does slow traveling mean to you and why should you consider it? How does slow travel change your overall travel experience? In today's episode you'll hear all about slow travel, teaching overseas, and how the color of someone’s skin affects their travel experience. You'll learn quite a bit from today's guest- a total travel junkie and serial expat- Oneika Raymond. She has visited over 80 countries on 6 continents (and counting!). She is also an entertaining and refreshingly honest travel writer, blogger, and teacher. Check out her work at Oneika The Traveller. Quick thank you to italki for supporting today’s show. Get a free lesson here (buy one, get one free for Zero To Travel listeners). Listen Now to Learn: What creates the most dramatic changes in your travel experience How to bring your cultural mores and values to another place How to have a relationship while fulfilling your travel dreams Why teaching is a great vehicle if you want to keep traveling How traveling while black is different Where to

  • Top 32 USA Cities For Travelers
    Top 32 USA Cities For Travelers
    Duration: 01h28min | 19/04/2016

    It's time for a super fun episode breaking down the top USA cities for travelers. The list is subjective and up for debate, so don't let it drive you bananas (you all have your favorite place for one reason or another). My biz partner, good buddy, and host of Extra Pack of Peanuts, Travis Sherry stops by to share his top USA cities for travelers. We broke up the 32 USA cities into two podcasts. In this episode, you'll hear each of our top 8 USA cities for travelers (so 1-8 for 16 cities!). Head over to the Extra Pack of Peanuts podcast for each of our rankings 9-16 (for another 16 cities!). Quick thank you to italki for supporting today’s show. Hook up with native speakers from around the world! Get a free lesson here (buy one, get one free). What you'll learn about the top USA cities for travelers: How moments can create a favorite place How to find magic in road trips Why it is fun to play tour guide Where to go for the ultimate blend of humanity The best place to check out Stripperoke (yes, that's a real

  • Travel Photography 101 with Travis Longmore
    Travel Photography 101 with Travis Longmore
    Duration: 01h26min | 12/04/2016

    Get ready for Travel Photography 101! What is your relationship with photography and travel? Do you love taking pictures while you’re out on the road? Should you take a photo or just enjoy the moment? Today you'll get some amazing insights from travel photographer extraordinaire Travis Longmore. He wanders the globe in search of the perfect photo and also hosts the never ending nomad podcast. Some basics of the course: A guide on how you can take better photos on your journeys The simple elements of framing and composition Dispelling myths around travel photography and photography in general Tips on how to break into the travel photography business And much more! Quick thanks to italki for supporting today’s podcast.  Hook up with native speakers from around the world- learn a language, learn the basics, practice speaking, or get some guidance from a teacher. Buy one lesson, get one free for Zero to Travel listeners. What You'll Learn in Travel Photography 101: How to tell a story with your photos The real

  • Inspiring Female Adventurers Series: Around America And Beyond with Renata Chlumska
    Inspiring Female Adventurers Series: Around America And Beyond with Renata Chlumska
    Duration: 01h13min | 05/04/2016

    It’s time for the fourth installment of our Inspiring Female Adventurers Series with Swedish and Czech adventurer- Renata Chlumska.  She has a long and impressive list of expeditions including: A bicycle trip from Nepal to Sweden A motorcycle trip from India to Sweden Finished the 7 Summits Around America Adventure (439 days- 11,300 miles by kayak and bicycle- Solo) Renata Chlumska is a true expert and will guide you on: Solo travel How to plan big adventures How you can turn adventure into a career How to use travel as a way to process tragedy Where you can find any adventure Plus you'll hear the "Travel Theory of Relativity" and 5 quick tips to help you meet more people when traveling. Thanks to italki for supporting today’s show! Do you want to learn a foreign language? Or just some of the basics? Buy one lesson, get one free for Zero To Travel listeners. Listen Now to Learn: Why your travel experience is all relative to your mindset The best ways to prepare and plan for a big trip How to maximize lif

  • How the World Sees America
    How the World Sees America
    Duration: 01h13min | 29/03/2016

    Have you ever thought about how the world sees America? Do you feel like you are representing not just yourself, but your entire country while you are traveling abroad? Plus, how does the world perceive America and Americans? You'll hear the answers to these questions and more from René Zografos. He's a best-selling Norwegian-Greek author and veteran journalist. His book, Attractive Unattractive Americans: How The World Sees America, reveals world insights about 'American perception' from thousands of interviews. Special thanks to italki for sponsoring today's show. Connect with native speakers from around the world and take your language learning to the next level! Get a free lesson (buy one, get on free) as a Zero To Travel Podcast listener. Listen in to Learn: How perception can change (before, during, and after travel) Why you are really a mini-ambassador for your country when you travel Is Houston, TX a good place for your first American adventure? How to get a 're-appreciation' for your home country Th

  • How To Travel Overland Through Central America + Travelosophy 4
    How To Travel Overland Through Central America + Travelosophy 4
    Duration: 01h15min | 22/03/2016

    How do you feel about overland travel in Central America? In today's Zero To Travel Podcast, I'm bringing you episode four of Travelosophy. In this series I share thoughtful questions around long-term travel and/or travel as a lifestyle choice for any period of time. Today you'll hear about the best way to catch the travel fish (memorable travel experiences) and overland travel in Central America. My guest today just finished driving through Central America, and he's ready to share the best way to do it. Please welcome Ryan Shauers from desktodirtbag.com. And thank you italki for supporting today’s show! Meet up over skype with people from all over the world to learn a new language. Buy one lesson, get one free for all Zero To Travel podcast listeners. Listen Now to Learn: How to unlock a hidden world of infinite possibilities during your travels Another definition for 'dirtbag' Where to find 'normal' people that do overland travel How to prepare your vehicle for overland travel Precautions to take while dri

  • Hot and Cold Edition: Cheap Flights In Asia + Budget Ski and Snowboard Travel
    Hot and Cold Edition: Cheap Flights In Asia + Budget Ski and Snowboard Travel
    Duration: 01h07min | 15/03/2016

    Does fear help you travel more? In today's Zero To Travel Podcast, you'll hear how to get cheap flights in Asia and how to get the best ski and snowboard travel deals. It's the hot and cold edition! You'll get the HOT from Louisa with wentadventuring.com- a place where her and her husband share advice and stories for nomads. They've lived around the world since 2007 in 8 different countries- exploring, writing, and photographing. And you'll get the COLD from my buddy Tim Wenger- winter sports aficionado, Location Indie member, and has spent most of his entire adult life trying to get on the mountain or as close to it as possible. Special thanks to italki.com for supporting today’s show. Learn a language from a native speaker and get a Free lesson (buy one, get one free) for Zero To Travel listeners. Listen now to Learn: How to get out of your own 'escape room' How to get cheap flights in Asia Who the Asean pass is for (and not for) Helpful resources to check different flight routes How to get the most out o

  • Biking Through Europe and Post-Travel Reality
    Biking Through Europe and Post-Travel "Reality"
    Duration: 58min | 08/03/2016

    What happens when a life of travel becomes your new reality? In this episode of the Zero To Travel Podcast, you'll hear all about: What "reality" is like before and after travel How to incorporate your loved ones into your travels An amazing cycling adventure through Europe with Carla (and her famous friend) And much more! Thanks to italki for making this show possible. Meet with native speakers- practice, learn the basics, make a new friend, and learn a new language! Get your free lesson here (buy one lesson, get one free for Zero To Travel listeners). Listen in to Learn: What it's like to quit your job and sell all your stuff The least expensive way to see the world How to push forward when things go wrong (on the first day!) How to go from a 9x5 job to a travel adventure One of the best ways to bring your pet along The realities of being a solo female traveler Why you don't always have to plan everything How to inspire others How to transition to travel (and take the first step towards Location Independ

  • Travel Tactics 6: How To Travel Indefinitely
    Travel Tactics 6: How To Travel Indefinitely
    Duration: 01h06min | 01/03/2016

    In this episode of the Zero To Travel Podcast, we're bringing you part 6 of Travel Tactics. This is the third edition of how to travel indefinitely. You'll get the trifecta of long term travel- how to find inexpensive accommodations, how to find free or cheap flights, and how to earn a living while you travel. The trilogy concludes with our 3 travel experts: Nora Dunn from The Professional Hobo, Travis Sherry from Extra Pack of Peanuts, and Rob Dix from Making It Anywhere. Don’t be intimidated by the term ‘travel indefinitely’ – you can add as much travel in your life as you want! Special thanks to italki for making this show possible! Learn from a native teacher. Grab a free lesson as a Zero to Travel Podcast listener (buy one lesson, get one free here). Listen Today to Learn: How to get free accommodations on a boat (meet the 'yachties') What to expect on a nautical endeavor How to earn your sea legs How to use your airline miles in the smartest way possible Resources to figure out how many miles a trip wi

  • The Hostel Experience : An Interview With HK Austin Owner Brent Underwood
    The Hostel Experience : An Interview With HK Austin Owner Brent Underwood
    Duration: 50min | 23/02/2016

    Want to know the #1 rated hostel in the United States in 2015? Look no further than HK Austin in the heart of Austin, TX. How do you feel about hostels? What comes to your mind when you think of hostels? Well today you'll get to hear all about hostels from the owner of HK Austin, Brent Underwood. He's an entrepreneur, budget traveler, and has helped create and execute online marketing campaigns for some of the biggest book launches in the world. Please welcome Brent to the Zero to Travel Podcast! Special thanks to italki for helping make this episode possible. Go here to get a free lesson (buy one, get one free for Zero to Travel Podcast listeners!). Listen Now to Learn: How to create lasting memories from each trip you take The endlessly fascinating part of travel The best advice to meet different people from around the world Common myths associated with Hostels How to create vivid travel memories (with people you just met!) The best way to find for a hostel (that is right for you) Top 3 must haves for ever

  • Travel Mix 3: Digital Nomadness and Bringing Travel Home
    Travel Mix 3: Digital Nomadness and Bringing Travel Home
    Duration: 59min | 16/02/2016

    Get ready for episode 3 of The Travel Mix on today's Zero To Travel Podcast. My guest co-host is Isabelle Rizo: Digital Nomad, International Speaker, and Storytelling Artist. She provides tips and advice on freedom, adventure, and business at The BellaVie. Click here to learn more about all the great things Isabelle is doing. Special thanks to italki for helping make this travel mix possible. Buy one lesson, get one free for Zero to Travel Listeners. Connect with a native language teacher here. Today you’ll hear us riff about digital nomadness, bringing travel home, and other travel topics. Are you mad? Or are you sane? Listen now to find out: 3 ways to bring the travel experience to you (when you are stuck at home) The one thing that can drive digital nomads crazy How to find a travel-work balance The main benefits of the digital nomad lifestyle (lots of lessons!) Tools, tips, and tricks for running a business on the road How to allow yourself to enjoy the journey How to feel confident in 30 seconds Ways to

  • 3 years Alone On Foot : An Interview With Sarah Marquis
    3 years Alone On Foot : An Interview With Sarah Marquis
    Duration: 01h04min | 09/02/2016

    Sarah Marquis can teach you so much about solo travel adventures and yourself. She shares some amazing insights on today's Zero To Travel Podcast- bringing you the third installment of our Inspiring Female Adventurers Series. Sarah traveled 10,000mi on foot from Siberia to Australia- alone. An epic walk that lasted 3 years! Hear her tales of survival, nature connections, perseverance, various encounters, and learn about an overall amazing spirit- all documented in her book, Wild By Nature. Listen Now to Learn: How to have a more authentic travel experience How to push your boundaries (and use all resources you have within) What it's like to follow you heart and discover your mission How to assess any situation (to figure out what is really going on) How to differentiate real fear vs fear you create Your ultimate ally to deal with new experiences How making tea can create positive thinking Practical tips for those looking to do extreme adventures And much, much more! Resources Mentioned: Location Indie Flue

  • Listener Questions Part Three
    Listener Questions Part Three
    Duration: 46min | 02/02/2016

    Ready to hear some travel strategies, tips, and advice? It's time for the third edition of the Zero To Travel Podcast Listener Questions. Getting your most pressing travel questions answered! Have a travel question for the next episode? Looking for travel strategies to enhance your travel experience? Please send me an email to jason@zerototravel.com or ask it on twitter @zerototravel Listen in to get some perspectives on the following: What should you do when you first arrive to a new country? Should you bring expensive cameras, laptops, and other electronics on a long term trip with you? In regards to solo travel, will you meet people or are you going to feel totally isolated and alone? How much money do you need to save up for a year of travel? Resources: Hostel World XE Currency Apps 15 Reasons Why Travel Companions are Awesome World Nomads 16 Ways to Meet Locals- Part 1 16 Ways to Meet Locals- Part 2 How To Crush Your Pre Trip Anxiety BootsnAll If you are digging these Listener Questions, be sure to ch

  • Documenting Your Travels: Good or Bad?
    Documenting Your Travels: Good or Bad?
    Duration: 41min | 28/01/2016

    How does the documentation of travel- whether through pictures, social media sharing, blogging, podcasting, whatever- affect the travel experience? The roundtable discussion continues in this episode of the Zero To Travel Podcast! I'm bringing back 3 special guests, awesome travel podcasters, my friends: Nathaniel from The Daily Travel Podcast (now called The Travelers). Jackie from The Budget Minded Traveler Travis from Extra Pack of Peanuts Today’s show is bit different. You'll get to eavesdrop on our conversation about the documentation of travel. You'll get different insights and perspectives about combining technology with travel- does it help or does it hurt? Is it good or bad? And if you dig this type of roundtable discussion, go check out Nathaniel, Jackie, and Travis' podcasts as we'll be riffing on their travel question of the week. Listen now to learn: If you're moving forward or backward in regards to technology and travel How do you learn from 'failure' (if technology provides the solution)

  • Travel Grab Bag: A Roundtable Discussion
    Travel Grab Bag: A Roundtable Discussion
    Duration: 01h15min | 26/01/2016

    How do you accomplish budget minded travel? What's your favorite travel app? These are just a few of the topics you'll hear about in this episode of the Zero to Travel podcast. You're in for a real treat! "No valid plans for the future can be made by those who have no capacity for living now" - Alan Watts Today’s episode is a round-table discussion jam- an audio grab bag of sorts- a sampling of resources, information, and just different perspectives on various travel related things. And you're learning from some of the best travel podcasters out there: Travis from Extra Pack of Peanuts Jackie from The Budget Minded Traveler Nathaniel from The Daily Travel Podcast (and now The Travelers). What's your best plan for budget minded travel? What is your must have piece of travel gear? Listen in to Learn: Where can you wake up every morning and not have any idea what to do, but do whatever you want How to get currency exchange rates standing in front of an ATM (in a third world country without any service) How t

  • Travel In The Middle East with Genevieve Hathaway : Zero To Travel Podcast
    Travel In The Middle East with Genevieve Hathaway : Zero To Travel Podcast
    Duration: 55min | 19/01/2016

    “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us” – Ralph Waldo Emerson There is a ton of information packed into this episode of the Zero To Travel Podcast: Adventure travel in the Middle East Travel photography Starting your own tour company And much more! Today’s guest is the perfect guide- Genevieve Hathaway. She’s the founder of Archaeoadventures– a tour company providing women powered tours to the Middle East and north Africa. She’s also a professional photographer, world traveler, and just a really cool person! Be sure to check out some of her work here. Listen Now to Learn: What it's really like to travel in the Middle East How to find a need and solve the problem What it's like being the female Indiana Jones Top destinations to visit in the Middle East Why people actually look out for you in the Middle East How to behave and dress as a woman traveler in the Middle East (much diversity here!) How meeting locals can open doors What goes into starting your

  • Finding Your Island Paradise: An Interview With Alex Sheshunoff : Zero To Travel Podcast
    Finding Your Island Paradise: An Interview With Alex Sheshunoff : Zero To Travel Podcast
    Duration: 54min | 12/01/2016

    If you were stranded on a remote island in the south pacific, what one luxury item would you want to have? Plus, have you ever had that escape fantasy? Well, today's guest will tell you what it is really like to drop everything and move to a remote island. The Zero To Travel Podcast welcomes Alex Sheshunoff- the author of the new hilarious book, 'A Beginner's Guide to Paradise: 9 Steps to Giving Up Everything, So You Too Can: Move to a South Pacific Island, Wear a Loincloth, Read a Hundred Books, Diaper a Baby Monkey, Build a Bungalow, And Maybe, Just Maybe, Fall in Love!*' * Individual results may vary. Baby Monkey not included. Alex gives you the scoop on: Island travel Getting off the beaten path Leaving a job to pursue a completely new direction in life And what it takes to write a book about finding paradise Listen, Laugh, and Learn: What it is like to face a quarter-life crisis The hardest part of deciding to move to a remote island How to create structure for a trip when the true reason is unclear (

  • Everest Excellence: An Interview With Ellen Miller – Inspiring Female Adventurers Series
    Everest Excellence: An Interview With Ellen Miller – Inspiring Female Adventurers Series
    Duration: 52min | 05/01/2016

    What is your most outlandish travel dream? What would you do if you could go anywhere and do anything? In today's Zero To Travel Podcast, I'm bringing you the second installment of our Inspiring Female Adventurers Series. Today's guest, Ellen Miller, has some incredible athletic accomplishments. TO highlight a few: She is the first American woman to summit Everest from both sides (north and south) The first American woman to climb the Himalayan triple crown Named Colorado woman of the year in 2002 Has summited every 14,000+ foot mountain peak in CO (there are 53 of them!) On top of that she is an accomplished endurance athlete coach, adventure racer, Nordic skier, and mountain runner. She is also gives back as the founder of the Climb for Literacy. In this podcast Ellen shares a TON of advice on travel, athletics and what it takes to climb the biggest mountain in the world. Listen to Learn: The most important thing about a travel dream Why being told "go outside and play" can help with adventure How to levera

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