Kristin speaks with a self-made digital nomad who left his blue collar job in Canada to become a financially independent entrepreneur in Costa Rica. Learn how Andrew transitioned from working for the railroad and coast guard to becoming a nomadic/expat online business owner. Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to have a technical background or already have a remote job to become location independent. Andrew is a prime example of how possible it is to be a digital nomad and make an income online with little to no experience. In this interview, Andrew gets raw and real about his darkest times in life and how becoming a digital nomad saved his life. Tune in now! Episode 173 Special Offers: Apply for a call with Kristin to talk about your relocation. Get $100 off Andrew's course “YouTube Marketing for Entrepreneurs & Businesses” with code KRISTIN. Connect with Kristin: Follow on Instagram Subscribe to Traveling with Kristin on YouTube Subscribe to Digital Nomad TV on YouTube Join the Badass Digital Nomads Facebook Group ........................................................................................... Support the Badass Digital Nomads Podcast: Buy Kristin a Coffee Become a Patron Leave a 5-Star Review Buy Official Merch www.badassdigitalnomads.com ........................................................................................... A special thank you to Kristin's Patrons! Become a Patron for $5/month at Patreon.com/travelingwithkristin ........................................................................................... IN THIS EPISODE: How Andrew quit his blue collar jobs to work online. Andrew's cost of living and daily life in Costa Rica. Tips for public transportation and navigation in Costa Rica. Getting health insurance in Costa Rica & The reality of healthcare in Canada. How to become a tax-free citizen of Canada & The benefits of being tax-free. Tips for reinventing yourself time and again, and how to pivot from physical work to entrepreneurship and the digital nomad lifestyle. How to make money online as a location independent traveler. Being a digital nomad during the peak of the covid-19 pandemic. Tips and strategies for developing new skill sets and finding flexible, remote jobs. QUESTIONS ANSWERED: Do you have to learn the language to live in a foreign country? If you're a tax-free citizen in Canada, can you still get Canadian healthcare? Do you have to close your Canadian bank accounts when you move abroad? What was your strategy for finding work after leaving the Coast Guard? How did you start your YouTube marketing company, YT Era? And more! RESOURCES Books & Articles Mentioned: Why Digital Nomads Are Coping Better With the Quarantine by Kristin Wilson Nomad Capitalist by Andrew Henderson The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy The Slight Edge by Jeff Olsen Can't Hurt Me by David Goggins Built to Serve by Evan Carmichael Related Podcasts: Coping with Coronavirus Quarantine - Why Digital Nomads are Better Prepared Leaving Corporate America To Become a Full-Time Traveling Family (World Towning Part 1) How To Find Your Home and Your Community Abroad (World Towning Part 2) Related Videos: 8 Reasons Why Americans LEAVE Costa Rica [Why I Left] Costa Rica Cost of Living for Foreigners and Expats Best Places for Expats To Live in Costa Rica How to Become a Full-Time Digital Nomad Operation Mincemeat on Netflix Recommended Resources for Digital Nomads: Andrew's YouTube Service: YT Era Meal Delivery Service: Food Studio Legal Services in Costa Rica: Outlier Tax Consulting & Strategies: Wanderers Wealth, Nomad Capitalist Other Resources Mentioned: Churchill's War Rooms in London, UK Connect with Andrew: Follow him on Instagram Follow him on Twitter Connect with him on LinkedIn Podcast descriptions may contain affiliate links of products and services we use and recommend at no additional cost to you.
We have a lot to catch up on as it has been a minute since I have last recorded an episode or video. My heart and mind have been with our Podcast and our Wake the Elephant YT channel every single day. Today in this episode, (1) We are going to talk a little bit about where I have been and what I have been up to which will include a recent big move that I made.(2) We will address some reasons why I made this move(3) And Where I ended up and how this ties into narcissism.I am thrilled to be back. I have missed you.So, let's get to it.Athletic Greens AG1 contains over 75 essential vitamins, minerals and whole-food sourced ingredients giving you a muSupport the show
In this episode of Flourish in the Foreign, Christine shares her thoughts on the "Soft Life" discussion, especially in the move abroad/ex-pat space. Hint: Just because you live abroad doesn't mean you live a soft life. This Episode Covers: What is Soft Life? Can Living Abroad Create A Soft Life? How You Can Create A Soft Life By Moving Abroad Check out these resources: WOC Podcasters Insiders Membership* Moving Abroad with Intention Guide Moving Abroad with Intention Course Build a Business Abroad Guide Build a Business Abroad Group Coaching: September 22nd Masterclass: From Confusion to Business Idea & Clarity: September 20th Flourishintheforeign.com ChristineJob.com
Charlotte Gray traded her corporate job and commute for an idyllic lifestyle as an expat in The Netherlands, working for Mercedes Benz. However, when she moved back home to London during the pandemic, she struggled to cope with reverse culture shock and work-from-home burnout. That's when she decided to move to Barbados, apply for a remote job with SafetyWing, and never look back. If you've ever felt like you had to be "responsible" by postponing your travel plans and waiting to live life on your own terms, this episode is for you. At the end of this episode, Charlotte also offers incredibly valuable advice on how to find a remote job or transition into freelancing or working for yourself online. Episode 172 Special Offers: SafetyWing Insurance Apply for Ready to Relocate EPISODE 172 TOPICS: Experiencing reverse culture shock Moving abroad to be near nice people What it's like living in Maastricht in The Netherlands Pressure from family and society to follow a normal path Tips for finding your first remote job How to transition from a traditional job to working for yourself Increasing your income from remote work to match your traditional salary Taking the leap to becoming a digital nomad How SafetyWing will change the world with their mission that aims to revolutionize the way you travel and live overseas: educating, inspiring, protecting, and making the world a better place “working here doesn't feel like work.” Mental health and wellness The cost of living in Barbados Saving money to travel How to find balance while working remotely - switching off and avoiding burnout (even if you're a “people pleaser”) RESOURCES Related Podcasts: Building the First Country on the Internet with the SafetyWing Co-Founder Career Rehab: How to Find Remote Jobs with Kanika Tolver How to Find Remote Jobs on FlexJobs Overcoming Remote Work Burnout What Is Async? A Conversation with the Founder of Running Remote Destinations In This Episode: Barbados London Maastrict, NL Portugal Connect with Charlotte: Check out her travel blog Follow her on Instagram Connect with Kristin: Follow on Instagram Subscribe to Traveling with Kristin on YouTube Subscribe to Digital Nomad TV on YouTube Join the Badass Digital Nomads Facebook Group ........................................................................................... Support the Badass Digital Nomads Podcast: Buy Kristin a Coffee Become a Patron Leave a 5-Star Review Buy Official Merch www.badassdigitalnomads.com ........................................................................................... A special thank you to Kristin's patrons and welcome, Frankie! Become a Patron for $5/month at Patreon.com/travelingwithkristin ........................................................................................... Podcast descriptions may contain affiliate links of products and services we use and recommend at no additional cost to you.
Being an expat is an amazing opportunity, and.. it also comes with its own unique set of challenges. This affirmation episode is intended to be an uplifting resource for expats, so you can tap into reassurance, validation, and encouragement any time you need. Affirmations have been shown to help cultivate inner strength and resilience that expats especially can benefit from as they navigate new cultures, territories, paradigms, and ways of living. ---
Ever wondered what life in Portugal is like? Listen in as Kristin welcomes back Josh and Kalie from Expats Everywhere to talk about what it's like to live in Portugal as a family of expats. Learn why the moved to Portugal, what the cost of living and quality of life is like, how to get the D7 visa, and much more. Josh and Kalie shed light on what it's like raising a family in Portugal, how they've created a community of friends abroad, and the best places to live in Portugal long-term. Plus, find out what foods you MUST try on your next trip to Portugal! Episode 171 Special Offers: Apply for Kristin's Ready to Relocate program Order a copy of Digital Nomads for Dummies Guide to apply for the Portugal D-7 Visa EPISODE 171 TOPICS DISCUSSED/WHAT YOU'LL LEARN: Josh and Kalie's travel history & Why they decided to move to Portugal. Average wages and cost of living in Portugal vs. Singapore. The economic impact of tourists, digital nomads, and expats living in foreign places. Meeting new friends and finding/creating a community abroad. Tips for learning and practicing a new language in its native country. Raising kids abroad, schooling options in Portugal, and why Josh and Kalie want to take the international school route. Requirements for the D7 visa & How to successfully apply for it. Must-try foods in Portugal. Top destinations, neighborhoods, and things to do in Portugal. QUESTIONS ANSWERED: What is the income required for the D7 visa? What were your first impressions of Portugal? What are the housing prices in Portugal in 2022? Are tourists and foreigners ruining Portugal? What are the best places to live in Portugal long-term? Can foreigners get a mortgage loan in Portugal? Do you feel like you're accepted by the Portuguese locals? What neighborhood in Lisbon would you love to live in? What is the best form of public transportation in Portugal? What is the best surfing town near Lisbon? What outdoor activities can you do near Lisbon? What is healthcare and health insurance like in Portugal? And more! RESOURCES Related Podcasts: How to Move Abroad (with No Job or Money) with Expats Everywhere Leaving Corporate America To Become a Full-Time Traveling Family (World Towning Part 1) How To Find Your Home and Your Community Abroad (World Towning Part 2) Related Videos: Best Places to Live in Portugal for Expats and Digital Nomads Life in Lisbon, Portugal as a Digital Nomad: Cost-of-Living How to Become a Full-Time Digital Nomad The Top 5 Best Neighborhoods in Lisbon (Expats Everywhere video series) Recommended Resources for Digital Nomads in Portugal: Médis Healthcare Best Places to Live and Visit in Portugal: Porto Lisbon Braga Viana do Castelo Figueira da Foz (The Silver Coast) Tomar Leiria Coimbra Ericeira Alentejo Evora Beja Avenidas Novas, Lisbon Parque das Nações, Lisbon Nazaré Peneda-Gerês National Park Connect with Expats Everywhere: Visit their website Follow them on Instagram Subscribe to their YouTube channel Connect with them on Facebook Connect with Kristin: Follow on Instagram Subscribe to Traveling with Kristin on YouTube Subscribe to Digital Nomad TV on YouTube Join the Badass Digital Nomads Facebook Group ........................................................................................... Support the Badass Digital Nomads Podcast: Buy Kristin a Coffee Become a Patron Leave a 5-Star Review Buy Official Merch www.badassdigitalnomads.com ........................................................................................... A special thank you to Kristin's Patrons! Become a Patron for $5/month at Patreon.com/travelingwithkristin ........................................................................................... Podcast descriptions may contain affiliate links of products and services we use and recommend at no additional cost to you.
Gabby Wallace, creator of Go Natural English, joins Benny Lewis and Shannon Kennedy to talk about teaching English online, how renovating houses is like learning languages, and what it was like to live in a favela in Brazil.Featured ResourcesitalkiPatreon Extended EpisodeEnjoy the podcast? Subscribe to our Patreon to get access to extended episodes and loads more content. Here's what you'll hear in the long-form episode: Building a language teaching business online Learning languages to travel - how to prepare and what to do with the language after travel is over Shannon and Benny's tips for avoiding language interference with similar languages Gabby's ideal day of language learning Learn more and access this bonus content on Patreon.Mentioned in this Episode TuneIn Radio Go Natural English Website Go Natural English on Youtube Go Natural English on Twitter Go Natural English on Instagram Go Natural English on Facebook Go Natural English Podcast Episode OverviewSome of the topics brought up during the interview are: What inspired Gabby to begin teaching English How being a language learner makes you a better language teacher Ways renovating houses and real estate connects to language learning How to balance really diverse projects Living in a favela in Brazil How to choose topics for online content as a language teacher Corporate language training Podcast theme: “A New Beginning” by Shannon Kennedy
Siria Ysabel Bojorquez is a first generation, highest ranking, cum laude honors bachelor's degree graduate from Texas Tech University. She also holds a Master's in Green Energy, Management, and Corporate Social Responsibility from Università Bocconi in Milan, Italy. Her former employer positions include, working for the US Department of Education under TRIO, working as an environmental and international policy intern for former congressman Beto O'Rourke, and being a PBS Kid's Club TV Host (where she directed and stared in educational science clips). She has held several pageant titles all of which originated from her passion for sustainability. United Nations and Peace Corp Representative for 24th World Miss University, Miss Teen Earth United States (2010), Miss Earth United States (2012), Miss Lubbock Texas USA (2014), Miss Multiverse (2016) and Miss Sun City for Miss Texas USA (2021). She has had several research publications including one on the United States Agency for International Development's Food Aid program and the Environmental Services Department in Texas. She is trilingual, has experience in over 25 countries and is a proud environmentalist.If you know any women in the STEM field or you yourself would like to be part of this project, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Instagram: @mindyourstemFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MindyourSTEM
For Rose, traveling after college was been a transformative experience. She packed her life into a 40L backpack and she started traveling with her husband which turned into 5 years of travel.
Derek Sivers is a musician, producer, circus performer, entrepreneur, TED speaker, and author. In this conversation, we spoke about how to attract an intelligent audience, how living abroad has changed him, why people follow norms, and why his autobiography will go live the week he passes away. To me, Derek is the gold standard as a creator. Everything he does is thoughtful and of extreme quality. If you like Derek Sivers, I like you. Timestamps: (0:00) Intro (0:54) Intelligent Audience (6:51) Social Media (16:27) Language (21:15) Living Abroad (29:20) Using Technology (35:51) Friendship (40:52) Writing (44:45) Leadership (50:21) Following Norms (59:14) Giving Advice (1:02:38) Mentorship (1:07:30) Autobiography (1:12:44) How To Live - Resources Mentioned • Derek Sivers on Tim Ferriss (Part 1) – https://tim.blog/2015/12/14/derek-sivers-on-developing-confidence-finding-happiness-and-saying-no-to-millions/ • Derek Sivers on Tim Ferriss (Part 2) – https://tim.blog/derek-sivers-reloaded-on-the-tim-ferriss-show-transcript/ • How to ask your mentors for help – https://sive.rs/ment • OK Milt, I'll start writing again - https://sive.rs/milt - Connect with Derek... Derek's Blog: https://sive.rs/blog Derek's email: email@example.com How To Live by Derek Sivers: https://sive.rs/h - Continue the conversation with me by leaving a comment on YouTube. :)
Meet Joy Melanie! In this episode, my good friend Joy shares memories and life lessons from her adventures traveling the world. We grew up together and our families took camping trips when we were children. At 15 years old, Joy visited her first country, living in India for 5 months. She's also flown to Spain and South Africa, visited Uganda, and most recently, Rwanda where she's living. We also talk about career and life lessons that prepared us for the workplace as well as living abroad. We hope you enjoy listening! Follow Joy on Instagram: @joymelanie_ Theme Song: EMOTION by MuhTeyOh. BLOG: Episode Notes. Follow the show on all social media platforms @josiahsvoicepod. This episode is sponsored by Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. HTTP://anchor.fm/app. Listen to this episode at www.newsly.me or download the app on IOS or ANDROID. For a Free 1 Month subscription use my PROMO CODE: J0S1AHV01CE. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Listen and explore:How your cohosts are handling their transition to GuatemalaThe different ways Alasdair and Julie-Roxane tried to sabotage their experience when things were going a little too well.How we all "upper limit" ourselves and how this directly effects the quality of our livesHow long it typically takes to "upper limit" ourselves and what we can do about itGetting out of zero sum gamesMentioned on this episode:Brené BrownThe Icarus Deception: How High Will You Fly by Seth GodinThe Big Leap by Gay HendricksEsther Hicks meditations Conscious Leadership GroupFAR OUT #52: Exploring intuition with Karina AntonopoulosConnect with us:Email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow FAR OUT on InstagramFollow JR on InstagramSupport this podcast:Leave a review on iTunes!Donate to the FAR OUT podcastSubscribe to FAR OUT and share this episode with friends! :DCredits:Intro music: "Complicate ya" by Otis McDonaldOutro music: "Running with wise fools" written & performed by Krackatoa (www.krackatoa.com)
In this episode of, Flourish in the Foreign, Deborah shares her story of working in international development, living in Haiti, Venezuela and Ecuador, raising children abroad and so much more. This Episode Covers: Working in International Development Working in Haiti Living in Venezuela Living in Ecuador Raising Children Abroad Preparing Children for University Abroad Check out these resources: WOC Podcasters Insiders Membership* Moving Abroad with Intention Guide Moving Abroad with Intention Course Build a Business Abroad Guide Build a Business Abroad Group Coaching *Affiliate links support this podcast and website at no extra cost to you! I appreciate your support! Episode Credits: Christine Job-Creator & Host Zachary Higgs-Theme Music SUPPORT THE PODCAST Like this episode? Love the podcast? Buy me a coffee Flourish in the Foreign Amazon Wishlist
In this episode of, Flourish in the Foreign, Adrienne discusses how her career in education has professionally evolved in Qatar, China, and Kuwait. This Episode Covers: Being an International Educator Working in Kuwait Working in Qatar Working in China Dating Abroad Check out these resources: WOC Podcasters Insiders Membership* Moving Abroad with Intention Guide Moving Abroad with Intention Course Build a Business Abroad Guide Build a Business Abroad Group Coaching *Affiliate links support this podcast and website at no extra cost to you! I appreciate your support! Episode Credits: Christine Job-Creator & Host Zachary Higgs-Theme Music SUPPORT THE PODCAST Like this episode? Love the podcast? Buy me a coffee Flourish in the Foreign Amazon Wishlist
Podcaster and business strategist Christine Job talks moving abroad as an avenue to more options, building community as an expat and things seldom mentioned in conversations about finding love in a new place.
Steve Kaufmann, renowned polyglot and founder of LingQ rejoins Benny Lewis and Shannon Kennedy to talk about the LingQ language learning app, how intensive your language learning really needs to be and more.Featured ResourcesLingQPatreon Extended EpisodeEnjoy the podcast? Subscribe to our Patreon to get access to extended episodes and loads more content. Here's what you'll hear in the long-form episode: The origin story behind LingQ Steve's philosophies and practices in motivation and habits Steve's 3 survival language resources Steve's ideal day of language learning Advice to those experiencing the intermediate plateau The importance of being active physically and comparisons between sports and language Feedback Benny and Shannon have received from language learners Learn more and access this bonus content on Patreon.Mentioned in this Episode LingQ Comprehensible Input Steve's YouTube Steve's Instagram Steve's Twitter Steve's website Steve's first episode on the Language Hacking Podcast Episode OverviewSome of the topics brought up during the interview are: LingQ and the journey to creating one of the most popular language learning tools How Steve's son Mark went from hockey player to key player at LingQ How people read more than they may realize Expanding LingQ from a reading and listening app to a tool integrated with Youtube, Netflix and other platforms New features in LingQ How Steve's own learning in LingQ has changed as new features are added Parallels between running a business and language learning How Steve's beliefs around the intensity of language learning have changed Why language learners need to be okay with uncertainty How LingQ has impacted the lives of people all over the world Podcast theme: “A New Beginning” by Shannon Kennedy
Welcome to No Chaser, this episode is from the final season of the Jon Dawson Perspective and where it all began. We would greatly appreciate a 5 star review if we earned it and also sharing this podcast with anyone you think would enjoy it.
In this episode of, Flourish in the Foreign, Theresa discusses why she moved from Jamaica to Mexico, her experience with Mexican work culture, dating & marrying abroad, starting a business, and purchasing real estate. This Episode Covers: Mexican Work Culture Dating Abroad Intercultural Marriage Starting a Business in Mexico Bringing Jamaican Cuisine to Mexico Buying a Farm Check out these resources: WOC Podcasters Insiders Membership* Moving Abroad with Intention Guide Moving Abroad with Intention Course Build a Business Abroad Guide Build a Business Abroad Group Coaching www.christinejob.com *Affiliate links support this podcast and website at no extra cost to you! I appreciate your support! Episode Credits: Christine Job-Creator & Host Zachary Higgs-Theme Music SUPPORT THE PODCAST Like this episode? Love the podcast? Buy me a coffee Flourish in the Foreign Amazon Wishlist
Language Hacking Podcast co-hosts, Benny Lewis and Shannon Kennedy, bring on Kittichai, known as “The Duke” to talk about his role at Fluent in 3 Months, learning English and Japanese, and becoming a travel vlogger.Mentioned in this Episode Fluent in 3 Months Challenge Kittichai's Youtube Channel Episode OverviewSome of the topics brought up during the interview are: Learning Japanese using the Speak from Day 1 approach How Kittichai learned English and how it differed from his experience learning Japanese Working at an international company and adapting to the cultural differences How Fluent in 3 Months has influenced Kittichai's language journey Being inspired by Benny's travels and becoming a travel vlogger in Thailand Kittichai's perspective on foreigners learning Thai The biggest struggles Thai learners face Why foreigners in Thailand often don't learn Thai Using video games as a tool for learning languages Podcast theme: “A New Beginning” by Shannon Kennedy
Do you ever daydream about living abroad? Once the reality of paying the bills hits, most of us let that dream die. But that dream can happen — it's possible if you want it badly enough and you work for it. If you're committed to this dream, work towards it — and eventually, you'll find yourself in a new adventure! In this episode of The Pollen Podcast, Diana joins two of her closest friends, Emily and Mike, in Italy and talks about their journey to living abroad in the Czech Republic. But it's not all fun and romance though! Emily and Mike share their struggles and some of the cultural barriers they've experienced living abroad. Remember: we won't get everything we dream of at first, but the more we work at it, the closer we'll get. Listen to this episode to gain the insight and courage to live abroad! Create your own creative entrepreneurship story of clarity, professional confidence, and profit. Join Diana's 90-day group course Camp Clarity and learn everything you wish you already knew, like how to land dream clients, harness the power of social media, and make the money you deserve. Learn more here.
Listen and explore:How Anita started her first business selling bananasThe money machine that as a child, Anita imagined every Gringo hadHer successful journey as a female entrepreneur despite encountering deep resistance every step of the wayThe difficult times Anita went through when she left her husband with her baby son in tow and not long after was also banished from home by her motherHow Anita found God when she hit rock bottomThe gifts Anita was given by strangers on her journey and the way she passes them on to new generations of GuatemalansMentioned on this episode:New Yer's Eve retreat on Lake Atitlan in Guatemala with RippleOut RetreatsDONATE and help provide tuition and school supplies for young boys and girls in San Pedro: https://www.atitlanwomenweavers.com/support-us.htmlConnect with Anita Cortez Chac:Take authentic Guatemalan cooking classes with Anita in San Pedro: https://www.mayankitchencookingclass.com/Anita's women's cooperative: https://www.atitlanwomenweavers.com/Follow Anita on InstagramFollow Anita on facebookConnect with us:Email us at email@example.comOn Instagram: @thefaroutcoupleJulie-Roxane on Instagram: @julieroxaneAlasdair @ www.alasdairplambeck.comSupport this podcast:Become a patron at: https://www.patreon.com/thefaroutcoupleLeave a review on iTunes!Share this episode with a friend! :DCredits:Intro music: "Complicate ya" by Otis McDonaldOutro music: "Running with wise fools" written & performed by Krackatoa (www.krackatoa.com)
Becca Hintergardt helps investors by investing alongside them in multifamily properties that have high returns and great tax benefits. After working 15 years at a Fortune 500 company in medical device and biotech sales, it became clear this was not the road to passive income. While hacking / investing in her first apartment building, she fell in love with the passive income and the tax benefits of multifamily real estate. For over 2 decades she has been investing in multifamily buildings including a San Francisco multifamily condo conversion, a 12-unit multifamily in Kansas City, 100 unit Quality Inn Motel to multifamily property conversion, 450 units as a passive investor in Texas in addition to other past and pending projects. Currently, she is scaling her business and continues to form strategic partnerships with general partners and investors in the Arizona, Texas, and other emerging real estate markets. Becca's website: https://www.hintinvestments.com/For more info, check us out at makeitraincapital.com.Welcome to Make It Rain: Multifamily Real Estate Investing for Millennials! We're Daisy and Luc, two millennials who love multifamily investing. With every episode, whether we're discussing a special topic or have on an amazing guest, the goal is to provide education and resources for anyone interested in investing in multifamily real estate, especially if you're a millennial. We're excited to chat with you about the what's, the why's, the how's, the who's. The best way to show support is to share it with anyone who might benefit from it and leave us an awesome review. Check out our website at makeitraincapital.com for more goodies. Take action on your financial future TODAY!
Sidney-based singer Dr Ram Krishna Niroula says taking out time from work for music is already difficult for the musicians living abroad and says expecting a high investment from them for music videos is not helpful. Listened to the conversation with Mr Niroula about the latest music trends and his new song Oye Kamala. - सिड्नी निवासी गायक डा रामकृष्ण निरौलाले विदेशमा रहेर गीत सङ्गीतका लागि समय निकाली रहेका गायकहरूबाट म्युजिक भिडियो निर्माणमा धेरै खर्च गर्न सक्छन् भनेर सोच्नु गलत भएको बताएका छन्।
Creator of the immensely popular YouTube channel LangFocus, Paul Jorgenson, joins Benny Lewis and Shannon Kennedy to talk about building a Youtube channel around a passion for languages, living abroad, and language dabbling.Paul also shares his secrets for effective time management as he balances family life with his life as a creator and language learner by using non-negotiable routines.Featured ResourcesitalkiPatreon Extended EpisodeEnjoy the podcast? Subscribe to our Patreon to get access to extended episodes and loads more content. Here's what you'll hear in the long-form episode: How to learn languages with different writing systems without apps Tips for overcoming stress and burnout Benny and Shannon's strategies for speaking multiple languages without mixing them up Paul's language survival resources Paul's ideal day of language learning Advice for a complete beginner to language learning Learn more and access this bonus content on Patreon.Mentioned in this Episode Living Languages Hebrew italki Arabic with Maha LangFocus Website LangFocus on YouTube LangFocus on Twitter LangFocus on Instagram LangFocus on Facebook GeoFocus on YouTube Episode OverviewSome of the topics brought up during the interview are:Learning languages with few accessible resources Strategies for making “difficult” languages easy to learn Moving to Japan and living in Japanese Dabbling in dozens of languages as a Youtube creator in order to create content Building a YouTube channel around an interest in languages Crowdsourcing audio samples of different languages How Paul's language learning strategies have changed as tech has improved Being a public figure as an introvert Time management and the importance of non-negotiable routines as a content creator, language learner, and parent Being a role model and inspiration in the language community Podcast theme: “A New Beginning” by Shannon Kennedy
After I left the USA, I came to find there were many other people who weren't of the same mindset that I was regarding staying abroad. I couldn't even fathom why a person would want to move back to their country after living abroad. But as time has passed, I've come to understand what motivating factors would make a person want to consider another ‘move abroad' back to their home country and racking up yet another international move. Expat life can be fun but life abroad of course comes with many challenges and things that you need to become used to. Sometimes working abroad may not afford a person the same opportunities that they have for work back in their country of origin. Living abroad isn't for everyone, but definitely there are points to consider and also after years of living abroad, it's easier to approach the idea with a clear picture. Approaching the move to another country comes along with a lot to consider, even if it's back to the country that you're from. In this expat living abroad podcast episode of Not Your Average Globetrotter, well go over some of what you may want to take into consideration if you're thinking about repatriating back to your home country. 0:57 - Be prepared for the worst... 4:13 - Aggravation and Bitterness 5:56 - The grass is always greener... 8:09 - A Visceral Reaction 10:09 - One word...FAMILY 11:16 - Can you actually be there? 13:28 - Goal compatibility... 15:10 - The Concept of Home
In this episode of 10 Hours From Home, Dr. Jenny Nuccio and I talk about everything life in Kenya and getting there. We talk about community building, her incredible business the Imani Collective and School of Ethical Impact, her family (both blood and otherwise), what she wants for her children to take from the culture she loves and so much more! To find out more about Jenny, the Imani Collective or the School of Ethical Impact you can find her at imanicollective.com & www.schoolofethicalimpact.comon instagram at imanicollective & schoolofethicalimpact You can find out more about me and my company by heading over to www.atelierkate.com. Please come join either party on Instagram at theatelierkate or 10hoursfromhome.
I walked away from an $80,000 career, a luxury car, and now I live out of one suitcase and I am the happiest I've ever been. That's weird right? In a world that convinces us that happiness is based on our material gains, who we know, and what we can do I'm exploring my thoughts on why I am experiencing happiness with far less.When is the last time you stopped to observe your life?Have more questions about full time travel and my life abroad? I've recently transitioned my website to Free Donation Based. This means you can find tons of resources, guides, and have access to webinars and coaching calls for free and donate whatever you can.Join my webinar for tips, resources, and hacks on How To Travel:
Fluent in 3 Months Challenge participant and Spanish learner, Zsuzsanna, chats with Benny and Shannon about finally finding success in language learning, the importance of friendship and connections in language, and being a gregarious introvert.We guarantee that anyone who completes the Fluent in 3 Months Challenge will have a 15-minute conversation in their new language after 90 days of learning. You can find out more here.Featured ResourcesFluent in 3 Months ChallengePatreon Extended EpisodeEnjoy the podcast? Subscribe to our Patreon to get access to bonus content and monthly exclusives.Mentioned in this EpisodeFluent in 3 Months ChallengeEpisode OverviewSome of the topics brought up during the interview are: Learning Spanish in the Fluent in 3 Months Challenge and finally finding success in language learning How friendships and connections can make learning languages a positive experience Being a gregarious introvert and what that means for language learning The importance of consistency Raising a bilingual son Learning Spanish through a non-native language Why Office Hours are one of the best parts of the Challenge How accountability can impact your success Podcast theme: “A New Beginning” by Shannon Kennedy
This whole podcast started from me living away from home. Since I'm about to celebrate one year back in Canada -I felt it was a good time to share some of the life lessons I learned while living away. This topic is still really hard for me to talk about but I'm grateful for the opportunity to share some of my story with you!Thank you for listening today! If you enjoyed this episode, share it with a friend! Or on your social media and tag me @jess.clerke so I can send you a message to personally thank you! Check out my website at: www.jessicaclerke.com If you're on instagram, come say hi!!
Summary: We're taking a two-month summer break from the podcast! We'll be back in September :) Today, we explore the fears that visit us on the path we're choosing for ourselves and draw inspiration from the way of the bodhisattva. Upcoming Offerings:July 5-12: Wild Within Yosemite: InitiationJuly 19-26: Wild Within Yosemite: WarriorOct. 6-9: Wild Convergence: Catawissa CreekOct. 9-13: Kambo: PennsylvaniaOct. 28 - Nov. 1: Wild Woman Retreat : New YorkOct. 28 - Nov. 1: Wild Man Retreat : New YorkSep. 11 - Nov. 6: Wild Man Within (Fall Cohort)Sep. 11 - Nov. 6: Wild Woman Within (Fall Cohort)Jan. 9 - 15: Guatemala: EmergeJan. 15 -19: Kambo: GuatemalaSupport this podcast:Discount link to purchase organic, raw ceremonial-grade cacao ethically sourced in Guatemala (a portion of proceeds support this podcast)Become a patron at: https://www.patreon.com/thefaroutcoupleMake one-time donation with PayPal (our account is firstname.lastname@example.org)Leave a review on iTunes!Share this episode with a friend! :DConnect with us:Website: www.thefarout.lifeEmail us at email@example.comWild Within @ www.thewildwithin.orgCredits:Intro music: "Complicate ya" by Otis McDonaldOutro music: "Running with wise fools" written & performed by Krackatoa (www.krackatoa.com)
Arthur shares his story of building a career living in Europe and the U.S. He talks about the importance of remaining curious and challenging himself to try new things. Arthur shares his key success factors and his plan to achieve Exotec's aggressive growth plans.
What does it take to drop 10 min off your 70.3 PR and go 4:16? How can you balance a demanding career and a poor training location and still find time to train at a high level? Learn how Working Triathlete Chris Hague prepared to crush 70.3 Eagleman while teaching at a boarding school in Jordan. From his vegan diet to race strategy, we cover it all in this podcast.
Did you know that you could find and manage self-storage facilities while living abroad? All you need is some boots on the ground, Google Maps, and some education about self-storage. These are all things our guest utilized in order to make deals on these facilities. Start out small and steady when it comes to your first deals. Join Stacy Rossetti as she talks to Matt, one of her StorageNerds students about the facilities he bought. Matt talks about the three facilities he bought. He bought some with owner-finance and some with an SBA loan. Discover how he did it and why he chose small facilities over the big ones. Learn how he values his properties and how he gets his deals done. He started out small and he's still pushing through. Learn more about these self-storage facility deals today!Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review & share! http://stacyrossetti.com
Special Guest Alert! We are thrilled to have Charley Qaqa on the podcast with Brittney today. Charley has three children, two diagnosed with Fragile X Syndrome, a genetic disorder closely related to autism. She and her family have also lived outside the United States and experienced special needs services abroad. Charley talks about the early years, life in Fiji, and the decision to move back to the United States. She explains Fragile X Sydrome so well, we really appreciate her insights and willingness to open us and share her story. Learn more about Fragile X Syndrome: https://fragilex.org/ Instagram: @momstalkautism Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enthusiastic learner, New York resident, musician, and polyglot, Fiel Sahir, joins Benny Lewis and Shannon Kennedy to talk about finding mentors, learning heritage languages, studying Chinese with the Language Hacking Mandarin book, and using languages in a non-language-related field.Fiel, in his own words, says one of his greatest strengths is his endless curiosity. It's led to him making incredible connections, learning lots of languages, finding community, and a life of learning. If you're interested in learning a heritage language, learning without strictly “studying” or how music influences your language learning, this is the episode for you.Featured Resources Language Hacking Mandarin italki Patreon Extended EpisodeEnjoy the podcast? Subscribe to our Patreon to get access to extended episodes and loads more content. Here's what you'll hear in the long-form episode: How to learn languages without “studying” The influence music has on language learning How Benny and Shannon's language learning philosophies have developed over years of learning Fiel's future language learning plans Learn more and access this bonus content on Patreon.Mentioned in this Episode Language Hacking Mandarin italki Polyglot Gathering Glossika Anki Easy Languages Olly Richard's Books XiaoManNYC Speak from Day 1 How to Use Chunking to Fire Up Your Language Learning Fiel's Chat with Olly Richards Episode OverviewSome of the topics brought up during the interview are: How a long car ride led to Fiel's passion for language learning Finding mentors and the role a good mentor can play in your growth The power of curiosity Studying music at a German university Learning a heritage language and connecting with culture What it's like living in one of the most multilingual cities in the world The powerful influence of community in language learning Podcast theme: “A New Beginning” by Shannon Kennedy
Recently, ROADS TAKEN sat down to talk with Lara Fowler about her tendency to become and remain curious about things, leading her to a wide variety of interests and ultimately into a career in water resource management.When the coronavirus pandemic hit, she had to wind down a year living in Sweden with her family and navigate her husband's long covid symptoms on two continents. Join Leslie Jennings Rowley as she talks to Lara about this for a special covid-19 Bonus Episode of ROADS TAKEN.For more on Lara's adventures in Sweden with husband Chris (Dartmouth '97) and their two kids, check out their blog, https://skoldpaddan.csfowler.com, including posts on the covid situation. Executive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Clancy Rowley on a theme by Worth Rowley Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.com Email the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com
During my time living abroad I've found there are certain apps I use more than others that help with day-to-day life and help you to be able to accomplish what you need in your expat life. Having experienced life living in Portugal as well as living in Italy among other countries I can say that it's important to try and figure out how to optimize some of the simplest things as well to be able to connect with what happens where you are and link into what is going on in your location. These apps and categories of apps are some of the ones that I use the most or can recommend using. I would recommend if you haven't yet moved abroad to look out and get a feel for these so you're not, so to speak, trying to pat your head and rub your belly at the same time. Moving to another country already comes with so many things to think about, why ad a few extra things on top. These were some of the apps/services I mentioned in this episode that I have referral codes/links for: Airalo - ESIMs for data packages in different countries Save $3 on Airalo with code RAFAEL837 https://ref.airalo.com/dhht Rebtel - Make calls to landlines and mobile phones around the world https://rebtel.app.link/PCXIvitO6qb Wise - Transfer money around the world with Wise http://www.rafaeldifuria.com/transferwise
Fluent in 3 Months Challenge participant and Dutch learner, Corentin, chats with Benny and Shannon about “redefining” yourself as a language learner and finding success in your new identity.We guarantee that anyone who completes the Fluent in 3 Months Challenge will have a 15-minute conversation in their new language after 90 days of learning. You can find out more here.Featured ResourcesFluent in 3 Months ChallengePatreon Extended EpisodeEnjoy the podcast? Subscribe to our Patreon to get access to bonus content and monthly exclusives.Mentioned in this Episode Fluent in 3 Months Challenge Paul Nation Microsoft To Do Episode OverviewSome of the topics brought up during the interview are: Living in Brussels and needing to learn Dutch How to help your production in a language catch up to your comprehension When to focus on one language learning skill and when to focus on the four core skills “Redefining” yourself as a language learner Why the Challenge helped Corentin more than traditional language classes Taking control of your own language learning for success Using a to-do app to coordinate with a team while language learning Podcast theme: “A New Beginning” by Shannon Kennedy
Ever wonder why you're scared to travel alone? Why you don't trust strangers? Why the thought of a certain person, thing, or place makes you uncomfortable? Why you avoid certain topics? Why you're triggered if someones asks you a specific question? In December 2020 when I quit my job, emptied my apartment, packed my bags, and brought a one way ticket out of the US I thought I was going on vacation, but life had other plans and turns out I was going on a journey to heal. I'm not mad about it either because who wouldn't want to heal around the world?!Trauma is universal -- We think of it in extreme cases; rape, molestation, physical abuse, but it can be as simple as seeing something that stays with you for the entirety of your life. On this episode I'm learning with Anthea Taeuber, founder of The Healing Quotient, a non profit organization that provides therapy grants to individuals from marginalized communities that cannot afford a specific kind of therapy called EMDR. The Healing "Quo" creates a trauma informed community with free guided yoga, meditation, and journaling. After experiencing her own trauma at the age of 22 on a solo travel trip and working through her own healing, Anthea has dedicated the last 3+ years of her life to helping others on their journey of healing.How can we stop waiting and start healing? Let's talk trauma!I am so excited for this new season of @sw4friday podcast! So many guests from all around the world sharing and dropping so many gems
This week on the ECC podcast we were able to catch up with Aaron Straker. He's an online coach with quite an interesting lifestyle, he was able to check in with us from Bali. In this episode, you'll get to learn a little more about Aaron and how he was able to build a business that allows him to travel internationally and still be a very productive coach. His roots started in the Northeast Pennsylvania area from there he moved out west to San Diego as a software developer this is where he was led down a path to be able to travel to more than 9 countries in the span of just a few years. This episode will also be highly valuable to the coaches listening and Aaron goes through how his background in software development has helped him create a check-in system that has been used by more than 1,200 coaches and has been translated to more than 5 languages. Tune in and listen to the full episode! And make sure to check out the links in the show notes below.Helpful Links------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Aaron Straker - @aaron_straker [See on Instagram]LinkTree: https://strakernutritionco.com/link-tree/Tim English - @Everycaloriecounts [See on Instagram]Alex Zaro - @EveryCalorieCounts.Alex [See on Instagram][ZaroSports.com]
One of the perks of living abroad in a big international city like Berlin is that it gives your friends and family an extra reason to come visit you! Having visitors from back home can be extremely fun, but in certain ways also nerve racking, especially if it's their first time visiting the new city or country you now call home. This week, we'll talk about how important we feel it is to show off Berlin to our guests, what activities we normally do with them, and the stressful side of having someone's vacation "in your hands."
We finally have the long awaited update for you about Steve's psychic reading and the messages she had from his dad who has passed away. She shared information with Steve no one outside of the family knew and truly knew everything. Plus, she tells Steve and Kristina what the gender of their next child could be and where they should ultimately end up living. This story will give you major chills! We also talk about Raeann's travel experience so far in Italy, how to meet friends and take photos while traveling solo, and advice for anyone looking to live abroad. This was the best thing he's ever done. It gave him so much clarity. - Kristina What we talk about: Where to get Kristina's favorite pasta in Florence The full story of Steve's dad's spirit reaching out through a psychic & what messages and insight she had for him How to meet people while traveling How to take photos when you're traveling solo Tips for applying for global entry TMI about digestion and travel Ask away: Tips for settling in and living in a different country You need to be willing to spark up conversation. - Raeann New podcast episodes of Confident Collective drop every Tuesday. Resources: Read Jacey Duprie's new book “Liking Myself Back: An Influencer's Journey from Self-Doubt to Self-Acceptance” Arizona Love Sandals Follow us on Instagram: @confidentcollective Follow the Hosts/Founders: @kristinazias & @raeannlangas Learn more: https://www.theconfidentcollective.com/ Stay in the know with our newsletter!
In this episode, we share our story about what it's like living between two worlds. For 18 years we've been living overseas between different cultures and countries. Living abroad is probably the single most important thing that has shaped us into who we are today. In this episode, we share some of the challenges and difficulties that come with living abroad, how it has given us different perspectives and outlooks on life, and how we've had to step outside of our comfort zones so many times during these past 18 years.
Linguistics expert and language enthusiast, Simon Ager, talks with Benny and Elizabeth about creating one of the internet's biggest (and first) encyclopedias of languages and writing systems.On his website, omniglot.com, Simon has cataloged over 340 writing systems and collated information about more than 1,600 languages. Simon has studied a wide range of languages including Chinese, Japanese, French, German, and he has a particular interest in Celtic languages.Mentioned in this Episode Simon's Website Simon's Twitter Radio Omniglot Omniglot on Facebook Duolingo Memrise Patreon Extended EpisodeEnjoy the podcast? Subscribe to our Patreon to get access to extended episodes and loads more content. Here's what you'll hear in the long-form episode: Comparing learning music and languages Singing as pronunciation practice Metaskills: The skill of learning a new skill Benny and Elizabeth's best languages Learn more and access this bonus content on Patreon.Episode OverviewSome of the topics brought up during the interview are: Making the most of immersion experiences Simon's favourite resources, including Duolingo and Memrise A typical day of language learning First steps for using Omniglot.com Using your languages to aid research on Wikipedia Getting a Masters in Linguistics, and where it can take you Celtic languages and their revival Responding to “why bother?” criticism Integrating the four pillars of language into daily life People-watching in your target language Podcast theme: “A New Beginning” by Shannon Kennedy
In this episode of, Flourish in the Foreign, Kentia discusses how a tragic accident emphasized the importance of proper health insurance, the differences between health care in the Dominican Republic and Taiwan, and how to actually land a remote job or work abroad. This Episode Covers: Moving Abroad with a Spouse Living in the Dominican Republic Health Care Services in the Dominican Republic Expat Health Insurance Advice Living in Taiwan Health Care in Taiwan How to Get a Remote Job or Work Abroad Expat Career Advice Check out these resources: WOC Podcasters Insiders Membership* Moving Abroad with Intention Guide 1-on-1 Moving Abroad with Intention Consultation Moving Abroad with Intention Course Build a Business Abroad Guide Build a Business Abroad Group Coaching *Affiliate links support this podcast and website at no extra cost to you! I appreciate your support! Episode Credits: Christine Job-Creator & Host Zachary Higgs-Theme Music Like this episode? Love the podcast? Buy me a coffee SUPPORT THE PODCAST Become a Patreon Supporter Tip the podcast via CashApp Flourish in the Foreign Amazon Wishlist
Kristin's brother, Jimmy, shares how he created a flexible, untraditional lifestyle that allows him to work from home, co-parent his daughter, and travel the world as a surf photographer. In this podcast, Kristin and Jimmy discuss financial pros and cons of going to college and racking up student debt versus joining the workforce. Jimmy also explains how he was able to fund his passion for surf photography by painting houses in Puerto Rico. He offers tips and advice for how to turn doing what you love into a long-term career and how to reinvent yourself when circumstances force your industry to change (or go extinct). Jimmy also shares what a day in the life of a surf photographer is like, including stories from his travels around the world (like the time he saw professional surfer, Mick Fanning, get attacked by a shark in Jeffrey's Bay, South Africa). In the Lightning Round, find out: Which camera and equipment Jimmy uses His favorite surf destination and non-surf destination Cheap flight/travel hacks Jet Lag tips How to stay motivated working at home A photography tip everyone should know What his future goals include Jimmy is the former Photo Editor at Surfing Magazine, two-time Red Bull Illume Finalist, and is now the Online Content Editor and Social Media Coordinator for Vans Surf, working from home in Southern California. He has also worked at Eastern Surf Magazine, Transworld Surf, and has contributed to Surfer and Stab Magazines. Episode 158 Special Offers: Pre-Order Digital Nomads for Dummies 20% off Organifi Travel Packs
Carmen is back and we are going strong! We talk about living abroad, what the world thinks of America, how much fun partying is in other countries and also grief. Carmen is kind enough to share with us how humor helped her deal with the untimely death of her sister, and how funny a funeral full of BDSM folks can be! Make sure you watch Carmen's Special, streaming now on HBO Max. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dan is a university professor living in Japan with a net worth of 1.2M. He discusses some of the investment differences and difficulties that arise from living out of the U.S. full time. He also shares the different investment mindsets between what he's observed in America vs. Japan. Dan has most of his net worth in real estate - both in his investment properties and those he's invested in as a limited partner. He also has 225K in the equity markets, 100K in cash, and 50K in private lending. He also paid off 20K in student loans.