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Life doesn't have a script. At least, it doesn't have to. Hosts Katy Sewall and Tiffany Parks explore the challenges and joys of moving abroad and moving home. Whether you’re living overseas, or not — or not yet — join us weekly for unadulterated conversation. Get to know Rome. Laugh at our embarrassments and insights. Most of all, imagine the possibilities for your own life (and meet some famous authors along the way).
 
Nomad Tactics is a weekly podcast co-hosted by two veteran nomads. The episodes focus on providing practical how-to tips, and hacks. Best of all the hosts try to combine all tricks they discuss into a wider system that aims to optimize your nomadic life in every possible way. On an occasional basis, there are interviews with a variety of top-notch digital nomads, perpetual travelers, expats, location independent workers, remote workers, and travel hackers.
 
This podcast is for people who are interested in downsizing their life, creating remote income, and working from anywhere. The RV Entrepreneur Podcast is a weekly show where I interview nomadic entrepreneurs who have made the leap into the RV lifestyle and have taken their businesses with them on the road.
 
Nomad Podcast is inspiring stories of lifestyle transition with successful digital nomads. You'll find conversations with nomads, founders and domain experts who share their wisdom and special expertise to help you be more effective on the road. For videos, links, show notes, interview questions, transcripts, travel photos and more visit NomadPodcast.com.
 
A monthly podcast interviewing Entrepreneurs, Authors, Creatives, Artists, and Musicians around their dreams. Topics focus on diversity, tech, inclusion, women empowerment, social impact, love, and funding. The podcast amplifies positive frequencies on planet Earth and inspires you to achieve your dream.
 
This is a short-form, self-reflective podcast series based on the book, A Good Dose of God: Everybody’s Best Friend. The purpose is to enhance and sustain my own resonance with the eternal divine presence in my life and to demonstrate how the book’s poem, the ABC’s of a Dose of God, may serve as a framework for others to regularly identify, connect with, and express gratitude for what’s good among common occurrences in their lives. Produced by The Good Talk Network. Paintings by Judith Quill ...
 
Songwriter and author Charlotte Eriksson -- The Glass Child -- lets you in behind the glass. Raw and honest conversations, essays, spoken poetry and journals exploring the subjects of growing up, change, loneliness, living as a nomad, missing people, loving people. How to live with uncertainty. What is home? What is anxiety? What is happiness? ”I wanted to turn my life into my art. My very existence into a poem. This is my story — it might not always be easy, but it will always be beautiful.”
 
Who doesn’t harbor thoughts of living the life of their dreams? "Jamaican Girl Abroad" is a bi-monthly podcast about travel, dream-chasing and living on purpose. Digital Nomad Anna Sarayna pulls content from her travel blog and Instagram feed as inspiration for the podcast. She sprinkles in insights on traveling solo as a Caribbean woman, earning a living as a minority digital nomad, and offers travel tips and advice for those looking to plan a trip of their own. If you’ve ever dreamed of tr ...
 
Man Motorcycle Road : Story sharing from the Author of the book and Host: Bob Marshall from the life of outlaw and sanctioned racing. Road stories from open road. Special guests sharing all their most personal stories of adventure in life on 2 wheels. Theme music by: MEK. Road music by: Goat Farm Studios; Riverside California. Website: americanroadrunnerthebook.com Find and follow us: Instagram: americanroadrunner Facebook: American Road Runner The Book YouTube: American Road Runner Twitter: ...
 
An unlikely pair were Neewa, the black bear cub who had been orphaned at a young age, and Miki, part Mackenzie hound, part Airedale and Spitz who had become separated from his master in the frozen reaches of northern Canada. But the two befriended one another, and these nomads fended for themselves until they too became separated in an unfortunate way. While Neewa searched for his friend, Miki was taken by northern trappers who felt he could be trained to become a good fighting dog, a valuab ...
 
Have you ever dreamed of leaving it all behind to travel the world? If yes, this is precisely how Matt and Nikki Javit felt before packing their backpacks to leave the United States in February of 2017. They both think that their mid-career retirement will become more common as people pause their hectic lives to seek more from experiences. Both have been featured on podcasts and blogs around the world and Matt has been called the Anthony Bourdain of Barber Shops based on his series World Bar ...
 
Discover different types of communities in an intellectual, non-judgmental arena. "What brings us together? What motivates us?" Award-winning author, former restaurant owner, and native New Yorker Peter Noble Darrow, (B.A, Psychology, M.B.A) interviews entrepreneurs building modern community. We can often be trapped in limited ways of thinking, so let's challenge millennial culture together. The truth is, we are more alike than we are different. This is YOUR community. YOU are a wise millenn ...
 
Own It! is a weekly podcast for aspiring entrepreneurs, solopreneurs and small business owners everywhere. With years of business experience, great friends and ex-business partners Nicola Cairncross and Judith Morgan share – in their trademark straight talking, humorous way - what they’ve been up to that week; what’s inspired, impressed and infuriated them, business book recommendations, the marketing and money tips, tools and techniques they use themselves. They mix up deeply practical busi ...
 
Supermanagers, brought to you by the team at Fellow.app, is the podcast for managers and leaders who want to become better at leading teams and organizations. Aydin Mirzaee, CEO of Fellow.app, interviews world-class executives about the habits, thought patterns, and experiences that have helped them become the leaders they are today.
 
Faith Christiansen from Social Sellers reveals her simple tech hacks with powerful yet simple income-producing strategies and killer marketing tips that show you how to start your online business easily while turning your website and sales funnel into a 24/7 money-making machine. Discover how you can create multiple passive income streams with simple tech and strategies to create a freedom business that works with the life you want to live. Hear how you can simplify your business and tech bu ...
 
That Marketing Dude was founded by me, Luke Benjamin Thomas, a world traveler, digital nomad and motor mouth. I help digital nomads and location independent entrepreneurs, and those aspiring to become either, to build businesses that allow them to focus more on travel. I started this podcast because I was sick of listening to the same type of shows... So I created something different. I bring on guests as "co-hosts", not to interrogate them. I publish 3 shows a month talking about a specific ...
 
Pursuing a life of freedom through a location independent digital agency. Danny Carlson lives in Bali and runs a digital agency that's served more than 870 businesses in 17 countries. He interviews other successful agency owners who've mastered not only business, but a lifestyle of time and location freedom while crafting top level physical and mental fitness.
 
Lifestyle Architecture Lab is a show hosted by Himanshu Sachdeva. Himanshu Sachdeva is a writer, lifestyle architect and a self-experimenter. In this show, he talks about lifestyle design, financial freedom and converses with personalities who have transformed their passion into profession. These guests range from artists, musicians, entrepreneurs, coaches, investors, professional athletes etc. These conversations dig deep into their story to find out their thought process, tools, strategies ...
 
The Big Picture is a business podcast that is on a mission to shift the mentality that Filipinos are not business-oriented. If you are someone who wants to start a business, already on your way, or has a business already that wants to scale, this podcast is for you. We interview Filipino entrepreneurs from all walks of life, learning their stories, and how they've made it happen. It's time to SEE, THINK, and ACT Big mga pinoys! See you on the show!
 
Stories and inspiration from creative entrepreneurs, movers & shakers in Bali 🌺 Get the inside scoop on living, working and exploring this beautiful island🌴 What do people who move to Bali do for a living? How can you run a successful business in Bali or from Bali? What are some of the best places to live and hang-out in Bali? Like the title hints, we will be chatting with and interviewing various types of creative people who live here in Bali - short and long term. We’ll be digging in and u ...
 
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In Elizabeth's words: "Global business coach, international speaker, digital nomad, and author Elizabeth Miner has learned true sustainable success relies on understanding the human engine running a business. Combining her 20+ years as a corporate paralegal with coaching clients around the globe, she has a unique worldview of entrepreneurship. Eliz…
 
E120: On this episode we speak to recovery / life coach Branden Densmore out of Maine. Branden and I met online connecting on his posts on the influence of previous guest Jesse Harless’s new book that I’ve been working on the audio book version on while this was done. Branden is also on a path of helping the recovery community enter into entreprene…
 
In this episode B and Jack talk about the risks of mosquito-borne diseases for digital nomad. First, they explain the relevance of mosquito-borne diseases. Second, they talk about the main characteristics of the 6 common mosquito-borne diseases. Following that, they present a number of preventive measures you can take to avoid contracting mosquito-…
 
What mistakes do museum visitors make? Tiffany Parks, a regular museum visitor and someone who has led tours through the Vatican Museums upwards of a thousand time, shares her expert tips to make your museum visit more enjoyable. We also debate which is better, taking pictures of everything or putting the camera away and living in the moment? -----…
 
Due to the pandemic we've all been spending a lot of time outdoors as well as indoors. I wanted to do a deep dive into nature and get a little metaphysical so today on the show I have Amy Dempster. She is a modern day shaman, earth tender, and portal keeper. We'll get into what all of these things are on the podcast. Amy is a modern day Shaman who …
 
In episode 60, JP Chauvet explains the importance of tying in workplace culture with outcomes to create high-performing teams. JP Chauvet is a hands-on executive with years of experience in companies like Atex and Nstein Technologies. Today, he is the President of Lightspeed. In this episode, JP shares how he uses data to set benchmarks and an insi…
 
Can you travel across nine time zones without more than a day's worth of jetlag? Tiffany is convinced that you can (without taking any pills). After decades of making regular trips across the ocean (at least until 2020), she's got the avoidance of jetlag down to an art—even little Aurelio never suffers from it. Claudio on the other hand, well... he…
 
Welcome to The Social Sellers Life Show The audio show for 4, 5, and 6 figure online entrepreneurs and business owners who want to create highly profitable, scalable passive income streams that make a difference and allow them to live life on their terms. In This Episode: Welcome to episode 7... The Two Biggest Ways To Make Real Passive Income and …
 
E119: Every person in your life has an impact on how you feel, think, and operate. When we are going after our dreams and thinking outside the box as creatives and entrepreneurs people will create friction with you. People will question you, or believe in you but just live things that are negative to your missions which makes it harder for you to k…
 
In this episode B and Jack talk about the main air travel apps and services a digital nomad can use. First, they explain the exact types of apps they will talk about in the episode. Afterwards, they present a list of 12 air travel apps and services as well as an honourable mention. For show notes and resources: https://nomadtactics.com/023 Follow u…
 
Today we talk with our good friend Andrei about a huge variety of topics. Andrei is well read, soft-spoken and very knowledgeable (although he will never acknowledge it himself) on a broad range of topics. Aside from his day job as a software developer, he is interested in history, economy and finance, warfare and historical literature, philosophy …
 
Did you hear about the doctor who unknowingly bought an original Caravaggio painting at an estate sale? Yes. That happened. Today we talk not only about this unbelievable story, but also about the allure of estate sales. Katy adores them. Tiffany's never been to one. What is it that intrigues Katy so much about them, and what was her one regret aft…
 
In episode 59, Karen Eber dives into the science of storytelling, how it can shape culture and why leaders need to understand the power of a great story. Karen is a passionate leader with over 20 years of experience at companies like HP, Deloitte, and General Electric – where she held positions such as Head of Culture, Chief Learning Officer, and H…
 
Everyone has their favorite book, author, or series, but when children fall in love with a book, that love can border on obsession. (And how lovely that is to witness!) Of course all demographics, from toddlers to great-great-grandmothers, can count Harry Potter mega-fans in their numbers, but for kids, that Harry Potter magic was extra special. To…
 
E118: One of the best part of hosting this podcast has been meeting you all out there so this episode is extra special with a listener coming on! After losing his job and searching for others conversation on the topic Peter found our podcast by looking up “Getting Fired’ and finding our episode 57 on when it happened to me! Peter reached out to the…
 
In this episode B and Jack talks about the principles of choosing what to bring with you on a trip. They first go over the problem they want to address. After that they present the 5 principles regarding how to choose your travel belongings. For show notes and resources: https://nomadtactics.com/022 Follow us on social media: nomadtactics.com/socia…
 
Inspired by a passage in the book Outline by Rachel Cusk, today we discuss the complexity of living life in two (or more!) languages, and if you can truly be yourself in every language you speak. Are you a different person when you speak a second language? Does it depend on at what age you start to learn the second language, or how well you speak i…
 
We are slowly easing back into our regular schedule with today's episode. As we are sure you are used to by now, we cover a lot of ground: birthday parties, birthday presents, all of Calin's fat friends and failed birthday surprises. Calin then tells us about a mishap with some wine and some friends at a pool party. Then we segue into symbolism and…
 
It's the biggest soccer (aka football) (aka calcio) match of the year as Italy faces off against England in the European Cup. But who do cheer for if you're an Englishwoman living in Italy for more than half your life, with an Italian husband and two half-Italian kids? To find out, we chat with Julia Charity, a thoroughly English tour guide who has…
 
In episode 58, Smruti Patel talks about building trust through clarity and vulnerability and the importance of how information flows within an organization. Smruti Patel is the Head of Engineering at Stripe, where she leads Latency, Efficiency, Access & Attribution, & Performance... as well as the Data Platform organization. In this episode, Smruti…
 
Welcome to The Social Sellers Life Show The audio show for 4, 5, and 6 figure online entrepreneurs and business owners who want to create highly profitable, scalable passive income streams that make a difference and allow them to live life on their terms. In This Episode: Welcome to episode 6... Write Your First (Or Next) Book Quickly And Easily. I…
 
E117: Many times when we are purpose driven or after a dream we have added difficulties in perceiving and controlling our time because we spend additional years putting in the work. Sometimes when we aren’t happy with what we are doing we need more “competitive urgency” or drive thinking what would I regret right now if I instantly turned 90 or wha…
 
Women of colour lost the majority of the jobs in the economic downturn Report that found women booked vaccination appointments for their male partners and their parents Women skipped medical appointments more than men during the pandemic People are reporting weird periods after getting vaccinated 1% pay rise for healthcare workers in the UK is a bi…
 
In this episode B and Jack talk about 31 ways for digital nomads to meet people in a new city. First they go over why the topic of socializing is important for digital nomads. After that they recap the 4 main types of people you can befriend. Finally they present the 31 ways you can meet people in your base by divining those into 3 categories (e.g.…
 
Are you someone who has a hard time when things come to an end? Even when what's coming next might be just as good, if not better? Or possibly even when what is ending was never very good in the first place? Tiffany and Katy are both prone to nostalgia over endings, and as Aurelio finishes up Kindergarten or "Scuola Materna" as it's called in Italy…
 
Pebe Sebert is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who is also known for being Kesha’s mom. She started singing at the age of four and performing publicly at six. Pebe has written for Kesha, Miranda Cosgrove, Miley Cyrus, Pitbull, Riders in the Sky, and many more. Sebert co-wrote one of my favorite songs “Old Flames Can’t Hold A Candle …
 
After 233 episodes, this is my last episode of The RV Entrepreneur podcast. In this episode I share why I’m ending the podcast, what’s next for us and some details around our 2021 RVE Summit that we’re hosting in Colorado. It’s been an incredible journey, thanks for joining me.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rve/message…
 
We hear from five-year-old Aurelio and his friend Jacopo on their very last day of Kindergarten—are they feeling the same sense of nostalgia that Tiffany's feeling, or are they just thrilled it's finally summer vacation? Also, Tiffany explains what preschool and Kindergarten are like in Italy, and how those very first years of school differ from th…
 
In episode 57, Kyle Lacy shares how to communicate ideas in an effective way and why he believes the best ideas come from irrationality. Kyle Lacy serves the marketing team at Lessonly as the Chief Marketing Officer. Prior to Lessonly, Kyle grew his leadership skills at ExactTarget, Salesforce, and OpenView. In this episode, Kyle discusses servant …
 
In Rick's words: "I'm a 63 year-old gay man who lives with my spouse of 26 years in Everett, Washington. (We've officially been married for 8 years after marriage equality passed in the US). I'm an INFJ who's a semi-retired web developer. This past year, I created a blog (Mystical Bear) where I document my experiences of using the writing of a nove…
 
Whenever I am transitioning from one thing to the next, throughout my day, I am practicing graceful transitions. This means that whenever I am moving from one task or meeting/conversation to the next, I am completely letting go of what I just did, and completely focus on the next things I'm about to do. Before I start the next task or leave for to …
 
This episode is informed by the verse of the "ABCs of a Dose of God" poem representing the letter, Z, The available dose cannot be Zero just look around and you will see. It includes a brief description of the verse, a personal reflection demonstrating how the verse has facilitated my own resonance with Doses of God in my life, a statement of grati…
 
Welcome to The Social Sellers Life Show The audio show for 4, 5, and 6 figure online entrepreneurs and business owners who want to create highly profitable, scalable passive income streams that make a difference and allow them to live life on their terms. In This Episode: Welcome to episode 5... How To Harness The Power Of Digital Products To Grow …
 
E116: Zane and I met a few weeks back over coffee when he was up in New England and we had the best conversation so I wanted to bring some of it out here as well. Hear in on his story finding his path as an audio engineer through his life coming out of the air force soon. We talk on positivity in the music industry and all industries, coming back f…
 
In this episode B and Jack talk about the 5 things that make a city easy to make friends in. The episode starts with a discussion around the importance of socializing as a digital nomad. After that, the hosts present the 5 things that make a city easy to socialize, while discussing the 4 main types of people you can befriend. Time stamps: 1. Why ar…
 
Are you a person who always travels to a new place? Or do you prefer to revisit the same place over and over? Today we explore the value of going to the same place again and again. We discuss how going deeper into the culture of a place and getting to know its people on an intimate level can only come after prolonged or repeated visits, as well as …
 
In this episode, I read my journal entries from the 'digital nomad village' in Madeira, since I arrived here in June. -- 📝 my journal: https://jasraj.micro.blog/ ✏️ you might also enjoy: https://infclub.net/articles/to-be-a-digital-nomad-or-a-settler/ 🗂️ resources: https://wwrp.link/infclub -- hosted by Jas Hothi | music by Chris Porter…
 
Pete Sena is the Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Digital Surgeons, a global creative consultancy working on everything from venture-backed startups to Fortune 50 organizations. Pete partners with CEOs, CMOs, and creative leaders to help them set, plan, and achieve their visions. Pete’s mission is to empower ambitious individuals and visionary…
 
Last week Katy regaled listeners with the story of her adventure aboard the Sea Star, a 1965 classic yacht, and her experiences cruising the inland passage from Seattle to Alaska. If you haven't listened yet, you can catch that episode here. In this mini-episode, she answers questions about this unforgettable trip, from practical things like what t…
 
In episode 56, Chetana shares how the way you walk, talk, and even how free or busy your calendar is matters when it comes to your team’s perception of you. Chetana is an experienced product design leader who has led large-scale design and research at companies such as Yahoo, Netflix, and Scribd. Today, Chetana is the Director of Product Design at …
 
This episode is informed by the verse of the "ABCs of a Dose of God" poem representing the letter, Y, A dose of God is here for You right now and will forever be. It includes a brief description of the verse, a personal reflection demonstrating how the verse has facilitated my own resonance with Doses of God in my life, a statement of gratitude, an…
 
Welcome to The Social Sellers Life Show The audio show for 4, 5, and 6 figure online entrepreneurs and business owners who want to create highly profitable, scalable passive income streams that make a difference and allow them to live life on their terms. In This Episode: Welcome to episode 4... How To Leverage More Powerful Currencies To Earn More…
 
E115: Take marketing and journalism and blend it with your beliefs and passions in health! Jim Chester of Influencer Authority and Chirohustle creates podcasts, documentaries, and works to create influence and help in the chiropractic space. We speak through business, mindset, and content creation. How to communicate effectively through many medium…
 
In this episode B and Jack talk about the types of people you can meet on your digital nomad journey. The episode starts with a discussion around the importance of socializing as a digital nomad. After that, the hosts present the four main types of people you can meet as a digital nomad, while discussing the characteristics of each group. Time stam…
 
What do you do when your partner of almost a decade—and husband of only a few short months—tells you he thinks you made a mistake in getting married? Well, if you're today's guest, you pack your bags and start traveling the world. You might never even come back. Today we sit down with Asia Dawn Simonelli, who's unexpected heartbreak made her realiz…
 
On today's episode we bring back two very close friends of ours: Chucky and Codrut. You might remember them from previous episodes. As you are already used with us, we get deeply existential and try to contain the weight of just being alive. We try to catch up on what everyone was up to since we were last together. A window is opened and a fan is b…
 
In episode 55, Danielle shares how we can improve our emotional intelligence through cross-pollinating our teams. Danielle has had an impressive leadership career at GitHub, where she’s now the Director of Engineering. Before joining GitHub, she had previously worked at Twilio as a Front End Web Developer and Diversity Co-Chair. We talk about the d…
 
To conclude our series of wedding-related mini-episodes, Tiffany regales you with the most common traditions and rituals surrounding weddings that took place in Ancient Rome. What words did the bride and groom recite to each other at the moment of marriage? What color was the bride's veil (and her shoes)? What did the bride, groom, and guests do af…
 
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