Today on the podcast, Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Taylor Jacobson (@TaylorJacobson), the founder, and CEO of FocusMate - a virtual coworking community with a mission to help everyone do their best work. FocusMate connects thousands of people across 193 countries worldwide to sit side-by-side, via video, to keep each other company, cheer each other on, and hold one another accountable while working remotely.During this episode, Taylor shared his remote work journey before starting FocusMate, why so many people struggle with focus and procrastination, and some easy ways to start improving our productivity.
Zach Boyette is the CoFounder and Managing Partner of Galactic Fed, an award winning growth marketing agency with 160 employees. Before co-founding Galactic Fed in 2018, Zach worked as a Growth Manager & Head of Paid Media & Growth Labs at various companies like Google and Toptal. To learn more about Zach's company, Galactic Fed, visit their website: https://www.galacticfed.com/
In November 2021 I sold everything I owned and dove into the world as a digital nomad. I wanted to create a space for people to connect, ask questions, and even be inspired to live their Soul's Purpose! I offer inspirational conversations and stories about how to make travel and remote working a way of life. I explore pet-friendly experiences as well as house sitting and pet sitting as a way of enabling a freedom-filled lifestyle.
Today on the podcast, Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Vance (@MyLatinLife) from My Latin Life, a site dedicated to helping you travel and live in Latin America since 2014.Vance and Mitko took a deep dive into why you should consider visiting or setting up a home base in Latin America. They covered safety, top tips for traveling in the region, and some of the most interesting LatAm countries to visit.
Here's the link to our new video series called, Costa Rica Pura Vida Stress Reduction Series: Episode #1 of 100. A 3-Minute Escape. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nnqNxjz6v1I Welcome to our Podcast #2,069! We appreciate your listening and hope you find the time to go through the 100's of episodes that we have recorded already. They're short, so listen to a few every day! I promise you will learn all you need to know about one of the happiest countries on the planet! Here's some links that will get you started in learning more about Costa Rica! If you're thinking about moving to Costa Rica, we can assist! Visit "Royal Palms Costa Rica Real Estate". . we are DEDICATED BUYER'S AGENTS. Check out our website at www.costaricaimmigrationandmovingexperts.com/buyersagent.html Here's our NEW Costa Rica Good News Report YouTube Channel. Over 100 Short, Entertaining Videos that will get you excited about Costa Rica: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBqa-IZdK4sKrNi32AEGazw/videos Check out an amazing travel website catering to those travelers age 50 and over! Dozens of incredible expert contributors writing about so many destinations: https://www.travelawaits.com/ Here's our 1st contribution to the TravelAwaits website: https://www.travelawaits.com/2789789/questions-to-ask-if-thinking-about-retiring-in-costa-rica/ Here's a link to our 2nd article on the TravelAwaits website as promised: https://www.travelawaits.com/2798638/tips-for-driving-in-costa-rica/ Here's a link to our 3rd article on the TravelAwaits website: https://www.travelawaits.com/2794704/how-to-gain-residency-status-in-costa-rica/ Check out our NEW COSTA RICA LOVE STORIES! There's ONE THING BETTER than falling in love. . falling in love in COSTA RICA! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/lovestories.html So many GOOD-NEWS stories coming out of Costa Rica. We'd love to share them with all of you! Way over 100 stories ready right now. Learn all about one if the Happiest Countries on the Planet. . Costa Rica! Here's a link: https://vocal.media/authors/skip-licht Become a "COSTA RICA PURA VIDA" Brand Ambassador & Share the LIFESTYLE with EVERYONE! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/brandambassador.html Here's a link to the US Embassy here in Costa Rica: https://cr.usembassy.gov/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/costa-rica-pura-vida/message
This week's guest began his side hustle with the goal of getting just 10 clients in 90 days. Four years later, he's now the proud owner of a 7-figure business! Justin Tan is a Side Hustle Show listener who was inspired by Russ Perry's story in Episode 248 of how he began Design Pickle. In 2014, Russ was running a creative agency when he started to hate everything about it. Not wanting to feel like a prisoner of his own creation, he sought out a new business model, one that offered reliable, affordable, and scalable creative work at a flat rate. Justin took inspiration from that model and applied it to video editing. And so, Video Husky was born. Justin's story is one of many examples of what can happen when you combine a demonstrable business model with a novel idea and an untapped market. Tune in to The Side Hustle Show interview to hear how: Justin found his first clients he scaled into a full-time business he made the ultimate decision to step away Full show notes
Welcome to our Podcast #2,059! We appreciate your listening and hope you find the time to go through the 100's of episodes that we have recorded already. They're short, so listen to a few every day! I promise you will learn all you need to know about one of the happiest countries on the planet! Here's some links that will get you started in learning more about Costa Rica! If you're thinking about moving to Costa Rica, we can assist! Visit "Royal Palms Costa Rica Real Estate". . we are DEDICATED BUYER'S AGENTS. Check out our website at www.costaricaimmigrationandmovingexperts.com/buyersagent.html Here's our NEW Costa Rica Good News Report YouTube Channel. Over 100 Short, Entertaining Videos that will get you excited about Costa Rica: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBqa-IZdK4sKrNi32AEGazw/videos Check out an amazing travel website catering to those travelers age 50 and over! Dozens of incredible expert contributors writing about so many destinations: https://www.travelawaits.com/ Here's our 1st contribution to the TravelAwaits website: https://www.travelawaits.com/2789789/questions-to-ask-if-thinking-about-retiring-in-costa-rica/ Here's a link to our 2nd article on the TravelAwaits website as promised: https://www.travelawaits.com/2798638/tips-for-driving-in-costa-rica/ Here's a link to our 3rd article on the TravelAwaits website: https://www.travelawaits.com/2794704/how-to-gain-residency-status-in-costa-rica/ Check out our NEW COSTA RICA LOVE STORIES! There's ONE THING BETTER than falling in love. . falling in love in COSTA RICA! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/lovestories.html So many GOOD-NEWS stories coming out of Costa Rica. We'd love to share them with all of you! Way over 100 stories ready right now. Learn all about one if the Happiest Countries on the Planet. . Costa Rica! Here's a link: https://vocal.media/authors/skip-licht Become a "COSTA RICA PURA VIDA" Brand Ambassador & Share the LIFESTYLE with EVERYONE! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/brandambassador.html Here's a link to the US Embassy here in Costa Rica: https://cr.usembassy.gov/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/costa-rica-pura-vida/message
Today on the podcast, Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Raimee Iacofano (@Raimee I.), or as you may know on social media Raimee Travels. Raimee has been working remotely for the past 6 years in roles related to the content, social media marketing, writing, and video production. She has worked for the hugely popular blog NomadicMatt, helped create the My Travel Journal with Matt Kepnes himself, and currently works as the Head of Content for Onomy where she helps empower young adults with the important information they need to navigate adulthood through creator-led, educational content.Raimee is also a popular travel and remote work content creator with over 20,000 followers on Instagram and over 130,000 followers on TikTok. During this episode, she shared the story of how she landed her job working for Nomadic Matt, how to build a remote career and stand out from the competition, and how to balance work while also traveling around the world.
Just back from a whirlwind trip to Costa Rica where all I had with me was my phone. I was laptop free, however I didn't want to be completely disconnected from my membership group. All I wanted was a way to check into the vitals of my work-life, which is: Slack channel (where my membership lives) emails, email funnel (on Mailerlite) and my Facebook ads. It worked out perfectly as I had all my passwords on LastPass and with my face ID I was set. I spend only minutes every few days checking in and do a couple of things. Memberships are truly the most flexible business model. In this episode I speak about how important it is to have flexibility in your business ... because stuff will come up, how your members will be so open to your moving things around because you've created a program that allows for that flexibility. And I also share why it's okay to check into work while on vacay if it's your structure and day-to-day responsibilities that you need to escape from, and what I include in my membership and the tech I use to make it so easy to run on the road. If you haven't signed up for my free training video, you are missing out. It contains the biggest game-changing secrets that I'm implementing inside my own membership with successful outcomes. Get signed up for it here: https://scalingdeep.com/freebie/
Want to earn six figures as a freelancing online? Learn the best freelancing tips and tricks from self-made Fiverr millionaire and entrepreneur extraordinaire, Alex Fasulo. At age 22, Alex quit her 9-5 job in NYC to dive headfirst into the world of freelancing. Over the next few years, she scaled her business from $35K per year to nearly $400K per year. In this episode, Alex shares the exact steps she took to become a financially independent freelancer, the most common mistakes new freelancers make, and the six tools she uses to run her freelancing business. Episode 180 Special Offers: Take Kristin's Freelance to Freedom Online Course Get FREE access to the Expat Money Summit Buy tickets for the Nomad Island Fest in Portugal Order your copy of Digital Nomads for Dummies Pre-order Alex's new book, Freelance Your Way to Freedom EPISODE 180 TOPICS DISCUSSED/WHAT YOU'LL LEARN: Why Alex quit her 9-5 office job to start freelance writing from home. How to choose your services/offerings as a freelancer. Setting your gig's prices & when to raise your prices. How the Fiverr Pro program helped Alex scale her business. Practical tips and strategies for growing your freelancing business. Hiring help and using AI to run your business for you. How Alex became a CNBC contributor. Huge misconceptions of freelancing that prevent people from trying it. Pros and cons of working as an independent contractor. Alex's biggest struggle as a business owner. Software and tools you need (and don't need) to start freelancing. The most valuable lesson Alex learned in her first year of freelancing. QUESTIONS ANSWERED: What job did you have before becoming a freelancer? Why did you choose writing as your freelancing gig? When did you switch from writing blogs to ghostwriting eBooks? How did you end up on CNBC Make It? Can freelancers make more than salaried employees? Are healthcare and taxes more expensive for freelancers? What are your different income streams? Are any of them passive? What topics do you read and learn about in your spare time and why? What was the biggest thing that helped you get more clients on Fiverr? And more! SHOW NOTES & RESOURCES Resources for Freelancers: Accounting/Bookkeeping: QuickBooks Communicate With Your Team: Slack Take Notes & Stay Organized: Notion Async Video Messaging: Loom Design Emails, Sales Checkouts, & Forms: Flodesk Related Books: Freelance Your Way to Freedom by Alex Fasulo Digital Nomads For Dummies by Kristin Wilson The 80/20 Principle by Richard Koch Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert Related Podcasts: How To Make Thousands of Dollars per Month Writing on Medium Being a Digital Nomad in Southeast Asia With Giang Cao From Vietnam How To Change Careers and Find Community Anywhere in the World With Patrick Farrell How To Be Great and Live Your Best Life With Steph Smith io Traveling the United States in an RV as a Freelancing Family With Two Kids Related Videos: How to Make Money Online and Find Remote Jobs (Playlist) 65 Tips to Save Money on Travel [Travel Hacks!] 10 Ways I Make Money Online - My Top Ten Online Income Streams How To Make Money Online Fast
Content Creator, Author, and Investor Sorelle Amore reveals how she built the life of her dreams - and why after 10 years of hustling, she's slowing things down. She dives deep on the value of friendships & human connection, healing unworthiness, and mending her relationship to her femininity. She explains how she used her intuition and motivation to manifest financial freedom, and why it's so important that we heal our relationship to money. Lastly, she shares what is exciting her now, and why she strives for a life of presence and joy over pure productivity. ___________ Timecodes: 0:00 Intro 4:06 Friendship 13:07 Unworthiness 18:20 Stepping into the Feminine 29:45 Motherhood 39:10 Healing Our Bodies 44:25 Intuition 54:16 Manifest Money & Freedom 1:11:10 Creating Music 1:15:07 Presence 1:19:42 Conclusion ___________ Sorelle Amore: Sorelle Amore is an Aussie entrepreneur who focuses on obtaining ultimate levels of freedom in every area of life and is an advocate for alternative and free living. Her wild journey started in 2016 as a YouTuber, showing people the possibility of creating freedom in life through embracing the concept of being a Digital Nomad. Sorelle has been featured in numerous global media outlets including Forbes, Business Insider, Cosmopolitan, Buzzfeed, Daily Telegraph, News.com.au, and many more. She has traveled to 50+ countries, now travels full time with home bases in multiple countries, she is an investor in businesses, real estate, crypto, fine art and precious metals and now is a financial educator, sharing her knowledge of entrepreneurship, investing and freedom with the world through her business Abundantia, which she is the co-founder of. Sorelle is also a self-portrait artist, calling her work the ‘Advanced Selfie', with her best-selling book on the topic - ‘Take Your Selfie Seriously' being sold in major bookstores world wide and translated into multiple languages. She also has the Advanced Selfie University which has taught over 6,000 students the art of the self-portrait. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sorelleamore/ YouTube: https://youtu.be/8FUSnuw56VQ Financial Freedom YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9lKBRxxsDIarUmNaPe0h0Q Website: https://www.sorelleamore.com ___________ Know Thyself Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/knowthyself/ Website: https://www.knowthyself.one Clips Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ4wglCWTJeWQC0exBalgKg Listen to all episodes on Audio: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4FSiemtvZrWesGtO2MqTZ4?si=d389c8dee8fa4026 Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/know-thyself/id1633725927 André Duqum Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andreduqum/ Meraki Media https://merakimedia.com https://www.instagram.com/merakimedia/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Feeling stuck in your business and not seeing the success you desire? In today's episode, I share the 6 most common mindset blocks I see entrepreneurs face at one point or another. Most often, the only person holding us back is ourself! Tune in for a mental reframe that will help you be a better business owner and step into the next level. ✧ Grab Black Friday Post Templates + Captions for $7 ✧ Free Class: How to Build a Successful Online Business that Allows You to Travel the World ✧ Enroll in Wanderlover Business Academy 2.0 ✧ Apply for Private Coaching ✧ Download My 0 to 6-Figures Case Study
Another quality aging podcast as Zora Benhamou and I meet in London. She is the founder of the website HackMyAge.com, the Hack My Age podcast, and author of the Longevity Master Plan and cookbook Eating For Longevity. She is also a member of the Gerontological Society of America.We talk: Peptides Platelet Rich Plasma Anti-Ageing Circadian Rhythm Gerontology Digital Nomadism Doing good in the world
Julio Monzon began his journey as a digital nomad 9 years ago, making him on of the most experienced digital nomads we have interviewed. Julio took a very strange path to becoming a digital nomad... Rather than asking his boss to work and travel, or becoming a freelancer, he actually CREATED a company with the purpose of travel. This was a very rare mindset for someone to take back in 2013, when the whole concept of a "digital nomad" was brand new. He thought, "If there isn't anything out there that allows me to travel, I'll create it." So he created a company that is remote-first, which has since grown to 270 employees. ALL of his employees are remote workers and many of them are digital nomads as well. In this episode, Julio shares: Starting a remote-first business and how it resonates with employees How becoming a digital nomad expands your interest and appreciation for cultural. Top advice for new digital nomads Slow travel vs. fast travel Health and safety tips while traveling Oh, and Julio is always hiring! Check out his career page today.
En este episodioCómo es el ambiente en Bali¿Es fácil adaptarse?Lo que más me ha sorprendido y gustado de BaliLo que más me ha retado de BaliEn qué me ha cambiado/influenciado BaliLecciones (y lecciones en progreso) de estos meses Empieza tu cambio HOY:www.alejandrafreile.com/capsulaSígueme en Instagram: @alejandrafreile
The legible story is that Catherine is a writer, producer, and digital media consultant. She helps creative people connect with new audiences, usually writers, usually online. But she hasn't had a W-2 job since 2017. Before that she worked as an actor, worked at a company called Longreads, and then has done a bunch of solopreneur experiments over the past five years.Her recent interest is writing and speaking about how to navigate systems that make self-employment harder in the United States, like housing, healthcare, taxes, and insurance.
The answer is: your mindset and shadows are what is stopping your from becoming a digital nomad. This episode is for anyone who has wanted to become a digital nomad for a while but can't seem to make it happen. I discuss what the most common reasons and situations that stop people from becoming a digital nomad (based on what over 150 clients have shared with me) and how you can get past it. I also share with you my own personal experience of what I did and how I took action and fulfill my dream nomadic lifestyle. I hope that this will bring some awareness to you and also empower you to take those next steps to become a digital nomad!I would love to hear your feedback and suggestions for this podcast, so send them over to my DM's on Instagram @Christabellatravelscoaching. Let's stay connected! Follow me onTiktok:https://www.tiktok.com/@christabellatravelsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/christabellatravels/
Wayne is joined by James Ellsmoor with Island Innovation to discuss how islands are trying to become more attractive to digital nomads and remote workers. They also cover how a digital nomad is essentially a completely different type of tourist and what that means for both the remote worker and the country they reside in. Island Innovation is global network helping advance innovation and drive sustainable change across island communities worldwide. Additional Resources Learn more about Island Innovation Learn more about Wayne Turmel Email Wayne Turmel Purchase a copy of The Long-Distance Leader Purchase a copy of The Long-Distance Teammate The Remote Leadership Institute The Kevin Eikenberry Group
We are spending the winter in Florida. A different airbnb on the beach every month. We opted for month to month since it's such a huge discount to book that way. We've brought our second car back into the equation! What a relief to have so much space!! We are starting to discuss our Spring and Summer plans out west! So excited for what's to come. I've been working on a number of projects and the big one, my new membership, will be open for enrollment for Black Friday with a great deal! Insurance Billing For Telehealth Therapists FB group https://www.facebook.com/groups/TelehealthInsuranceBilling/ Get on my email list for the upcoming free 2 day Insurance Billing Kickstart. Audit Course: Don't Panic! How To Survive an Insurance Audit. https://gabriellejuliano.krtra.com/t/D2a9cbML0yCp A big ‘thank you' to SuperBill for sponsoring this episode of our show. SuperBill supports you as a provider while making it easy for your clients to get money back for out-of-network care. They offer free benefits checks and submit your clients' superbills directly to their insurance so they can be reimbursed faster and save money on their therapy visits. Learn more at '. TheSuperBill.com/KymTolson Connect with me: Instagram: TheTravelingTherapist_Kym Signup to learn more about life as Traveling Therapist: https://landing.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/l2v7c3 The Traveling Therapist Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/onlineandtraveling/ Bill Like A Boss Insurance Billing Community: https://privatepracticeinsurancebilling.com/ Subscribe to the Podcast Apple iTunes | Spotify | Google Podcast | Stitcher | Amazon | Castbox
We're headed further east to Bali, Indonesia as the next stop on our 12-country tour this season. Our host here in this Pacific paradise is a chemical engineer turned “million-dollar sales guy,” Desmond Dixon. When he made the decision to leave behind a lucrative STEM career and instead venture into the world of high-pitch sales, Desmond did not know where it would lead him. But one thing he knew for sure was that he wanted to be a part of it! Following a brief stint providing holistic services in the health and wellness industry, he stood up to the challenge of scaling a startup. This led to him working in Ukraine, an experience that opened a Pandora's box of international work and travel. In this episode, Desmond shares the details of how he set up his U.S.-based companies, CXO Republic and RemoteSalesManager.io, to provide sales staffing and training services to other businesses around the world. This includes a detailed conversation about applying for visas, his strategy for pricing services and receiving payments, and building a fully remote team. One thing's for sure – Desmond does not let dust collect on his shoes! So, buckle your seatbelts as he takes us on an international journey that spans Hawaii, Ukraine, Mexico, Greece, and more! Find out what it takes for an American entrepreneur to become a digital nomad. Even if this lifestyle isn't feasible for you, you're sure to learn some things that you can apply to digitize and streamline your company's back-office operations!
There has already been a visa that's been dubbed the "Portugal Digital Nomad Visa", more accurately known as Portugal's D7 visa. However, this new digital nomad visa opens up some interesting new opportunities for individuals thinking about remote working from another country. Many articles online seem to allude to the possibility of this new visa making it easier for digital nomads moving to Portugal. However, taking a quick look at this new nomad visa, it would seem to create (at least in some ways) a more restrictive set of requirements for digital nomads than before. But, is limitation something that will benefit Portugal? Will it limit the drastic cost of living increases that have been seen across the country? As mentioned in a quote in this episode, it appears as though this is being done with the intent to open Portugal to the world... But is it opening the country to the world or just opening it up to a certain segment of the world's population? I personally will be interested to see what living in Portugal will look like for those who have decided to move to Portugal before this moment and life in Portugal after. While this new visa has the potential to be an attractive option for those who want to live the digital nomad life working from Europe... or more specifically working from Portugal, it could actually prove to be a good option... possibly more interesting than the D7... for those who may qualify.... In this expat podcast episode of Not Your Average Globetrotter, I'll go over some thoughts on this new visa for digital nomads in Portugal from the perspective of someone who has been living abroad long term. 00:00 - To D7 or not to D7? 00:14 - Opening Thoughts 01:14 - It almost looks like it's aimed at a specific “type” of digital nomad… 02:16 - Possibly replacing the D7 for some people 03:38 - An interesting quote… 05:31 - Will this start limiting the number of people moving to Portugal, and is that a good thing? 07:25 - Will this new digital nomad visa hurt or help? 08:59 - Closing thoughts/Outro
Today on the podcast, Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by return guest Dan Andrews (@TropicalMBA), the co-host of the Tropical MBA Podcast and the co-founder of Dynamite Circle and Dynamite Jobs.Dan stopped by to talk about their remote job board Dynamite Jobs and how their offering has changed since COVID, why jobs are evolving and becoming more fractional, and why becoming an entrepreneur within a company could be the best decision you've ever made.
Let's take a journey of gettingyou know you more on a divine Heart Consciousness level! In this episode, we will dive deep in reflection of awareness of self + get ready to experience the gifts from Mother Earth in Bali and beyond! I don't recommend driving while listening to this episode. Guest appearance -> 5D Money and she is coming in HOT!! Have fun and enjoy this powerful episode!! Free Collective Experience 11/4/2022 - Join Here Money Creatrix Collective - Monthly Money Membership -> Click Here to Join Light Language Retreat in Siargao 2023 -> Click Here to Join Life + Business Bundle -> Click Here to Join Unlock Your Money Frequency -> Click Here WORK WITH ME 1:1 VIP MENTORSHIP APPLICATION - Click Here 1:1 - 60 Min Channeled Money Blueprint Reading: Click here to book 1:1 70 minute - Channeled Spiritual Business Expansion Session: Click here to book Quantum Money Manifestation Masterclass: Click here to purchase $99 Website: www.melissabbates.com instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melissabbates_ The Sophia Code: Book Link You Tube: Click here
Travel Gluten-Free Podcast Season 07 Episode 25 How to be a Gluten Free Nomad Today's topic of discussion in the Travel Gluten-free Podcast is how to be a gluten-free nomad. Leigh Holson, a gluten-free digital nomad, joins us for this discussion. Leigh hosts two podcasts; The Heritage Cookbook Project and As We Eat. Becoming a Gluten Free Nomad After years of having gut issues and experiencing severe weight loss, Leigh discovered she was gluten intolerant. Listen in as Leigh talks about her journey of going gluten-free. During the pandemic, Leigh and her husband adopted the nomad lifestyle. Leigh talks about what motivated them to be nomads and the steps they took to actualize their goals. Leigh has been a nomad for one and half years, and she shares with us why it's essential to research and plan ahead. Albeit having a few challenges adjusting to the nomad lifestyle, Leigh talks about some setbacks they have experienced and how they went around them. Leigh discusses the apps they use to find places to park and create a sense of community with other nomads. Eating Gluten-free as a Digital Nomad Leigh and her husband usually prepare their own food and have designed and built their gluten-free kitchen, which works for their nomad lifestyle. Leigh shares their kitchen design and the kitchen equipment they use. Leigh also talks about the steps they take to find gluten-free restaurants whenever they have to eat out. Connect with Leigh Find Leigh on Facebook and on the web. Podcasts; As We Eat and The Heritage Cookbook Project. Journey with Travel Gluten Free The Guide to Traveling Gluten Free will walk you through planning and enjoying your next gluten-free travel adventure! Get the BEST all-natural gluten-free travel cosmetics at Lemongrass Spa! Find cool gluten-free swag at my gluten-free swag shop Follow Travel Gluten-Free on Social Media Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Pinterest, Instagram *Spread the love of Travel Gluten Free podcast and share this episode with a friend*
Sondre quit his corporate job, moved to Berlin to lower his living expenses and started both his startup and freelance career at the same time. Fast forward to 2022: he is now the CEO and co-founder of SafetyWing, an insurance provider for digital nomads.In this part of my interview with Sondre Rasch, you get the real behind-the-scenes of what it's like to build a startup from scratch.Listen to the full interview here: How Sondre Rasch, Co-Founder Of SafetyWing, Makes Long Term Travel And Digital Nomad Life Easier [Over the past months, I've interviewed a lot of nomads, and I've learned SO much from them. I wanted to highlight some of the key insights I got from all the interviews released so far.I decided to release a 10-15 min Short Story episode every Thursday, in addition to the full interviews which go live every Monday.]- We are hosting an in-person meet up in Medellin, Colombia on Dec 16th! Sign up for free.
If you have a fantasy of being a digital nomad or retiring abroad, what steps should you take? What do you need to know when it comes to visas, health insurance, and money? This week we're tackling these questions and more with Nicole Gustas, a consulting expert for International Citizens, which helps people figure out how to live or retire abroad. This was a super practical episode. I think there's a larger conversation to be had about the ethics of living abroad and being a digital nomad. We touch on that a bit, but I think that's a conversation best had with someone who specializes in thinking about that topic, and who is from a country more directly impacted by digital nomads. So I will try to do that sometime in the future. -- Help Existing depends on your donations. Please drop a dollar in the virtual hat on my Venmo, @Rachel-Krantz.
This week we're doing things differently. A lot of people were asking for an update on our plans in Ecuador, but instead of doing a solo episode, I asked my best friend to interview me on our next steps and how I'm feeling about them.Follow Calm The Hell Down on Instagram: @calmthehelldowncoSign up for our weekly newsletter where we share what's calming us down. Think puppy GIFs, great new songs, interesting articles, pottery videos, and calming products: https://www.calmthehelldown.co/newsletter On a different note, need digital marketing support? Check out Laura's website or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Iwo Szapar (@IwoSzapar), the founder and CEO of Remote-How the world's leading marketplace for remote & hybrid work experts, and Co-founder of the Remote-First Institute.Since 2017, Iwo has advised over 600 companies (including Walmart, ING Bank, and Microsoft) to help them optimize their distributed workforce. He is also the author of “Remote Work is The Way: A Guide to Making the Most of Our Office-Optional Future” and has been featured in publications like Forbes, BBC, and Business Insider.
As business owners, we find we are usually lacking a very key component in life: time. I found myself drifting into a sea of chaos and the one thing I knew I needed was a break. Breaking away from your current reality to focus on your mental and physical well-being is completely acceptable. I've readjusted my priorities A LOT and did a lot of healing during this time - being stable was helpful and doctors were easy because they were familiar but insanely expensive! Today we are diving into the that sea of chaos and I'm sharing the tips I've learned during my 9 month break. In this episode, we cover… How my 9 months in America went Future plans and priortites What defines the image of success? Business changes, offers, and shifts continuing in 2023 My biggest takeaways from living back in America “I really lost my identity, I was really struggling with mental and physical health and I got to this point where I was so freaking lost, we had hit 1 million dollars a couple months prior in 2021 in the business. It was exciting, but I just couldn't keep going anymore.” Thanks for listening, and if you like what you've heard, feel free to share this episode with your friends! There are so many amazing women waiting to discover the Laptop Lifestyle, and I'd love you to help me spread the word. Don't forget to screenshot this episode and share it on your Insta stories! Resources and links mentioned in this episode: Laptop Lifestyle Co Links: Website Instagram Tik Tok YouTube Channel
Meet Danielle Lee, an ex-accountant for Xerox from the United Kingdom. Back in 2019, Xerox gave her three weeks off for her to travel (and work a tiny bit) from Peru. She left the trip loving life, and asked if she could do this “digital nomad thing” more often, but they told her that it was only going to be a one-off type of allowance. Bummer, but Danielle didn't give up her dream. She then doubled down and asked to go to Bali, to which they said “no, absolutely not.” At that point, she had decided this lifestyle absolutely needed to be a full-time thing. She then gave the company an ultimatum and as a result they changed the policy, letting her work as a digital nomad. She then joined Wifi Tribe because she was looking for community and flexibility WHILE traveling. From there she went to Puerto Escondido (where she and Jeff met) to Florianopolis, Brazil. And she's been traveling ever since. She even took a full 180 degree shift from her life as an accountant to a personal coach and employee of Wifi Tribe! Listen in to hear the rest of Danielle's inspirational journey to becoming a digital nomad.
Selina (SLNA) is a global lifestyle and hotel company that focuses on millennial and Gen-Z travelers. Selina portfolio includes over 163 properties across 25 countries and 6 continents. Selina (SLNA) went public via a SPAC merger with BOA Acquisition Corp. "Every Selina location is a place where people can work, play, and stay. The majority of customers appreciate the experience versus materialistic things," says CEO and co-founder Rafael Museri.
Lev Larin has never worked for an employer. Entrepreneur for as long as he can remember. The first business is to sculpt little hippos out of clay and sell them in your community village. Created, developed and sold several companies: Online clothing stores, an online fashion magazine, an advertising production company, a SaaS service for trade and warehouse accounting. He built a house with his own hands, now because of the war he was forced to flee from Russia to India, and is developing new WorldWide businesses. One of them is in logistics, the second is educational gaming in VR, and the third is a new idea - to build a cleaning company in India. This person tries to always say YES to new opportunities. Super Soft skills - a sense of failure, the ability to motivate people and assemble teams, create unique products with a minimum of resources. Always open to new proposals and partnerships. Dreams of building a network of cities of the future - for Digital Nomads. FIND LEV ON SOCIAL MEDIA LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram ================================ SUPPORT & CONNECT: Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/denofrich Twitter: https://twitter.com/denofrich Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/denofrich YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/denofrich Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/ Hashtag: #denofrich © Copyright 2022 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.
Jonny Miller is a dear friend and I've had the privilege to get to know him closely over the past four years on our own journeys. We've lived in Japan, Indonesia, and Mexico together. When we met we were both single but now are both married in cross-country relationships and have navigated finding work that matters, getting married, and living in foreign countries together.
Where is your office? Is it located in a big building owned by the company you work for, or are you a digital nomad, able to work anywhere in the world? Andrew and Anna talk about what it must be like being a digital nomad and discuss the good and the bad that comes withRead More The post Chatterbox #295 – Life as a digital nomad first appeared on Culips English Podcast.
#84: Travel writer and author, Rolf Potts joins Chris to discuss time wealth, why that's such a vital topic in life and what anyone can take from the concept to travel more richly. They also talk about how to adapt to the changes in travel technology and still have amazing adventures, why Rolf once traveled for six weeks without luggage and what you can learn from that experiment, how leaving your phone behind or getting lost might create richer experiences, and why he thinks that as you get older, you can still have richer and fulfilling travels.Rolf Potts (@rolfpotts) is an esteemed travel writer, teacher, and author. He's reported from more than 60 countries across six continents for publications like National Geographic Traveler, the New York Times Magazine, Sports Illustrated, National Public Radio, and the Travel Channel. 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After a Texas-sized adventure and a Louisville slog, our young-ish adventurers embarked on one of James' "must see" destinations... Oklahoma City. See, he was around shortly after the worst-of-the-worst hit the city, but was eager to see its rebound. Long story short? It FAR surpassed the revival he expected. Meanwhile, Denise could easily be bribed into an OKC suburb with a corndog and free parking. To be continued, Oklahoma City... James' fat thumbs are working Zillow to find a plot of land there even as we speak! Find us at linktr.ee/skiptownallstars
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Kaleem Clarkson (@kaleemclarkson), the COO of BlendMe Inc, a remote people operations consultancy that helps startups and small businesses transform into high-functioning remote or hybrid workplaces.He has been featured in Harvard Business Review, named to LinkedIn's Top 10 Voices in Remote Work, and listed as one of the top 15 Remote Work Advocates by the All-American Speakers Bureau. Kaleem is also a successful speaker who has been presented alongside leaders from companies such as Google, United Airlines, Visa, Facebook, Netflix, Airbnb, and many others.
Jeremy and Gwenn have been managing teams remotely since 2008 and we have very strong feelings about best practices, but it is always good to get alternative ideas from others. In this episode we are going to speak to the CMO of Time Doctor, a time tracking software for remote teams, Liam Martin, about best practices in the industry for managing a remote workforce. Liam has a new book out called Running Remote: Master the lessons from the world's most successful remote-work pioneers. Improve your company's bottom line with remote professionals at www.anequim.net! Email Gwenn today at email@example.com or reach Jeremy Aspen at firstname.lastname@example.org to go beyond the podcast and accelerate your business growth today!
Struggling with money or wanting to level up your online income as a freelancer or entrepreneur? This episode is for you! Kristin chats with the host of the Money Magic podcast about how to make consistent money online, build wealth, pay off debt, and form better money habits. Earning an income online has become the new foundation of freedom, especially for those who want to become a digital nomad. Tune in to learn how Vangile is running an online business that supports a lifestyle of travel and location independence. You'll learn how to shift your money mindset to one of abundance so you can move past the blocks preventing you from generating the wealth you deserve. Episode 178 Special Offers: Apply for Kristin's Ready to Relocate program Open an account with Crypto.com
Gonçalo Hall is the CEO of NomadX, possibly the most influential digital nomad in the world, and the brains behind the concept of digital nomad villages. He's been busy since the last time he joined us on About Abroad, so today he stops by to update us on the various projects he's been working on - from nomad villages in the Swiss Alps, to beachside villages in Brazil, and islands off the coast of Africa. We also spend some time talking about his home country of Portugal and the growing opportunities for foreigners to build a life there. Finally, Gonçalo shares a huge personal update with us, exclusively announced in public for the first time here on About Abroad! Follow Goncalo's work at https://digitalnomads.startupmadeira.eu/pontadosol/ and on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/goncalohall/?originalSubdomain=pt This episode is brought to you by Greenback Tax, the #1 company in the world for US expat taxes, and the team I've trusted with my taxes since 2015. If you're an American living abroad or planning to spend significant time outside the US, you need to talk to Greenback! Easy, affordable, and experienced in the specific niche of US expat taxes. Learn more here https://bit.ly/3CKUYkz If you're enjoying the podcast, please consider taking 2 minutes to leave a short review at: RateThisPodcast.com/aboutabroad Sign up for our monthly newsletter at: aboutabroad.com/newsletter
Today we are talking with Jeremy Enns, founder of Podcast Marketing Academy and Counterweight Creative. I have had the honor of knowing ( & becoming great friends with) Jeremy since he first joined LI in 2016 and have watched his businesses grow like crazy. Jeremy (& his partner Kelly) are true digital nomads in that they have been living all over the world for years while working on their ever-expanding businesses. In this episode, we discuss digital nomad visas (& how things line up as they are supposed to), what the journey looks like from scrapping by to fully location independent, and why it is smart to build your business with a lifestyle-first mindset to avoid a lot of stressors that happen when you are growing your business. We also get into why travel doesn't have to be the thing you build everything around, how having an exit strategy for your business is a positive thing especially when you are first starting it up, and how you know when you need to pivot or pull the plug. What was your biggest takeaway from today's episode? Let us know over on Instagram! TLDR Jeremy's location independent journey from scrapping-by to flourishing Why a lifestyle-first mindset is important Travel doesn't have to be the thing you build everything around Why exit strategies are important even when first starting out How do you know when to pivot vs pull the plug Process first, outcome second Sitting in discomfort can help you find your life purpose Guest Bio Jeremy Enns is the founder of Podcast Marketing Academy, the only growth-focused podcast education platform for experienced creators, brands, and marketers looking to build long-term, sustainable audience growth systems. He loves any sport that involves a frisbee, used to co-host an explicit-rated ice cream podcast, once bicycled across Europe, and will always look back on the day he finally saved up enough money to buy the Millennium Falcon Lego set as one of his proudest achievements. Important Links Jeremy's page he created for all of you Seth Godin's Blog Post - Thirty Five + Years of Projects The Dip by Seth Godin Mark Manson's Blog Post - 7 Strange Questions That Help You Find Your Life Purpose Seasons of Life - LI Podcast Episode Location Indie - Join The Newsletter (scroll to the bottom of the page)
Alex and Lisa Romanov tell us how they manage their possesions when staying in a different country for months at a time; They share tips on putting your house up on Airbnb, and how to keep your valuables safe. They and Esteban Andrade discuss what has allowed Alex and Lisa to maintain this lifestyle. Listen to the full episode: 'Simple steps to create a digital nomad lifestyle making 10 Million - automating your life and business with Alex & Lisa Romanov - REI Marketing & Conversion' https://open.spotify.com/episode/24HBzkniI58u9zacus8mBV?si=4f3d5b314f7949c1 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/estebanandrade/message
Click here for the show notesIn today's episode, we'll be talking to Jared from Safety Wing. Safety Wing is a very interesting company who are looking to help nomadic people and remote teams to take care of themselves while they are traveling through affordable travel insurance for individuals and teams but also in the future create a social safety net when living overseas for longer periods of time. It's kind of hard to explain, but I will let Jared do that. All I can say is that when Seb and I are looking to live more remotely, we will be considering Safety Wing.
Growing your business can be hard when you're constantly on the move and when you don't have routines. If you are currently testing out the digital nomad lifestyle and finding it hard to be productive, or if you are planning to embark on your digital nomad journey soon, this episode is for you! After 5 years of doing this and helping my clients do the same, I share best practices to help you travel AND succeed. It is so possible and it is so worth it! ✧ Free Class: How to Build a Successful Online Business that Allows You to Travel the World ✧ Enroll in Wanderlover Business Academy 2.0 ✧ Spring 2023 Waitlist: Momentum Mastermind ✧ Download My 0 to 6-Figures Case Study ✧ Join the Free Facebook Group: The Wanderlover Community
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Have questions about being a digital nomad? We have answers, and in this episode we answer them on the fly, with no preparation! Seriously, this is a FUN episode, all thanks to our listeners. Without seeing the questions beforehand, Jeff and Marisa ask and answer 7 real questions about being a digital nomad. Here are the questions they covered in this episode: What are some of the strangest things you've seen as a digital nomad? Which locations are going to be the next digital nomad hotspots? How has being a digital nomad changed you as a person? What are the best travel hacks for digital nomads? Would you want to travel to every country in the world? How do you deal with jet lag when traveling? How long do you prefer to stay in one place as a digital nomad? Want your questions answered in another Q&A sessions? Send us a note at email@example.com
This week I sat down with my sister, Ebonie Cobb, to talk about her lifestyle as a digital nomad. Since the pandemic, many people have permanently adopted a work from home lifestyle. This includes downsizing their lives, consolidating assets and making "home" anywhere and everywhere they desire to be. My little sister is one of those people and I'm equal parts jealous and curious as to what this entails. Ebonie shares her journey as a digital nomad.
Digital nomads sometimes get a bad rap, for impacting local communities in a negative way rather than creating positive change. But today's guest is working hard to counter that, with two fantastic projects.Tarek Kholoussy is a social entrepreneur with an MBA with honors from New York University and a career of working at top organizations like Goldman Sachs. In 2013, he left the corporate world behind in an effort to explore the actual world, and in 2018 launched Nomads Giving Back!This programme inspires volunteers to contribute locally to their homes-away-from-home, enriching their personal experiences and making a difference to areas which need it. Because the need is often related to learning, in the knowledge work community, Tarek and his team launched Nomads Skillshare! in 2020 - a learning platform and community empowering everyone to learn the skills needed for global mobility, and new location-independent ways of living.You can keep in touch with Tarek and his travels online:https://www.linkedin.com/in/kholoussy/https://www.instagram.com/tarek.world/And of course, check out (and get involved) with the voluntary projects at:Nomads Giving Back | An Impact-driven Digital Nomads Communityhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/nomadsgivingback/https://www.instagram.com/nomadsgivingback/www.nomadsskillshare.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/nomadsskillshare/https://www.instagram.com/nomadsskillshare/And don't forget that the Future Is Freelance podcast is brought to you by https://xolo.io - right now, you can try our flagship Xolo Leap product for free for 3 months, while you volunteer at one of Tarek's projects. https://www.xolo.io/zz-en/leap - so you can take your location-independent business on the road with you to your new remote work destination of choice