Tue, 30 December 2014
Please Note: At the beginning of this travel podcast I share part of my personal story. No worries if you aren't interested, just skip ahead to the interview with Bill which starts around the 15 minute mark.
For many people one seasonal job turns into a way of life. Yes, a job washing dishes or pumping gas could change your life (seriously!). Bill graciously shares how it changed his, and some fantastic advice as well.
Give this travel podcast a listen and you'll learn:
How seasonal jobs can transform your life in many ways
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Mon, 22 December 2014
Happy holidays and welcome to the 1st annual Norwegian Christmas spectacular here on the Zero To Travel Podcast!
Anne Dorthe shares what the traditional Norwegian farm Christmas is like, and even sings a little tune for us at the end of the show.
Listen to this episode now and get ready to travel to Norway for a holiday with one horse open sleighs, cakes, cookies, little santa men and much more!
Thanks for listening to the Zero To Travel Podcast and Happy Holidays my friend!
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Tue, 16 December 2014
*Note: This episode was published in 2015 but the 7 strategies I share to help you achieve your travel dreams are timeless. They apply to anyone, anywhere, anytime of any year. (that's a lot of any's!) Moving on....
What if this was the year you finally went and did it!
In this episode of the Zero To Travel Podcast, I share 7 strategies that will help you to achieve your travel dreams in 2015.
Why should you wait any longer to take your dream journey?
I promise you, this isn't just a bunch of rah rah motivational crap.
This episode was designed to ensure you take an action towards your travel dreams today.
Give it a listen now and you'll see what I mean.
Please let me know your thoughts. Did you like the advice? Was it helpful? Did you take an action?
Did you buy a plane ticket after listening?!?!
Email me or hit me on the twitter @zerototravel and let me know.
In this Zero To Travel podcast you'll learn:
7 strategies you can utilize to achieve your travel dreams no matter what your situation
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Check out the Zero To Travel Podcast archives or our new travel podcasts directory for a list of other quality shows.
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Tue, 9 December 2014
This week on the Zero To Travel Podcast, award winning travel journalist Jayme Moye shares everything you need to know about breaking into the travel writing industry, getting published and building a dream career.
Jayme Moye is an accomplished professional travel writer who has won multiple awards and written hundreds of articles for over 50 different publications, including National Geographic and Men’s Journal.
Jayme doesn't hold back in this interview. She spills every industry tip and secret you need to succeed. You'll learn exactly how to get started (even with no experience) and pitch articles like a pro. Give it a listen now and you'll learn:
Exactly how to get started as an unpublished writer with no experience
Listen to the travel podcast interview now by hitting play on the bar above. You can also Subscribe to the Zero To Travel Podcast on iTunes.
Here are a few key points covered in this interview:
So let’s begin with a simple and straightforward piece of advice.
Specifically, read whatever it is that you want to be published in. The better understanding you have of the publication you’re wishing to be a part of, the more likely you’ll be able to create something fitting and desirable.
It’s also a good idea to pay close attention to which section of the magazine you’re aiming for, as well as how the magazine is structured overall. Many magazines are structured similarly with regard to their recurring departments and feature articles, so as you start to recognize the structure of one, others will become easier to breakdown too.
Once you’ve got a destination for a pitch in mind, it’s time to consider the angle you’ll be pitching from. Is the story you’ve got in mind new or a novelty? Is it feature-worthy, or better suited to a specific section of the magazine? If it’s the latter, it’s important to gather information on who the editor is for that specific section. In fact, having a specific editor to contact is always a vital part of the pitching process.
Because the editor you’re writing for will be critical in determining the direction your story takes.
The editor knows better than any other person what the audience of the magazine likes and what aspects of the story will need to be up or downplayed, which is exactly why their input is so critical before you put pen to page.
But how do you make an effective pitch?
Format is everything, and in fact a universally accepted format does exist that will propel you 98% ahead of the crowd if you use it. This ideal format consists of:
✓ Including the word “pitch” in the subject line, directly followed by the story subject (for example “Pitch: The Science Behind Polar Migrations.”)
Tue, 2 December 2014
What is it like to hop in a Land Rover and drive from Europe to India?
On a recent trip to Nepal, I was slowly wandering back on a lakeside trail from a hike near the town of Pokhara when I ran into Niels and Anna, a lovely German couple.
The first thing I noticed, even before their charming smiles, was "The Dude."
Who is the dude?
This badass car is the dude!
The friendly couple were partway through an epic Land Rover overland adventure, peeling out of their home town in Germany just a few months ago and slowly making their way to India.
Immediately, the questions came pouring into my head:
What is it like to drive through the middle east?
How long does it take to plan a trip like this?
What is life like on the road?
Later in the evening we sat down for a pizza and I unloaded my brain full of questions in a very fun podcast interview. Give it a listen now by hitting play on the bar above.
How a Land Rover overland trip differs from a typical backpacking experience
Are you ready to travel overland?
Independent Travel Gold Overland Podcast
Lonely Planet Thorn Tree Forum
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Tue, 25 November 2014
Rob Greenfield is an amazing purposeful adventurer, environmental activist and master moneyless traveler.
Keep your backpack nearby, after hearing Rob in this thoughtful travel podcast interview you might just dash out the front door and have your own "adventure in simple living."
How simple living makes moneyless travel possible
Resources From This Show
Photo from Rob's Website
My 1st interview with Rob
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Tue, 18 November 2014
Have you ever had a tough time getting things done while you are traveling?
Whether you are a location independent business owner or just budget traveling the world, we all have to clamp down and get certain things done at some point.
Productivity expert Mike Vardy gives us key tips and tactics so you can spend more time out in the world and less time in front of your computer screen.
In this Zero To Travel Podcast you'll learn:
How the boundaries that travel creates can actually help you instead of hurt you
Resources From This Show
Workflowing - Mike's Podcast
Why The Approach Is More Important Than The Application
I own the Five Minute Journal and absolutely love it.
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Tue, 11 November 2014
Erik Weihenmayer is a living legend.
Since going blind at the age of 13, the accomplished mountaineer, adventurer and athlete has also completed such feats as climbing the 7 summits including Mt. Everest, finishing Primal Quest, the most grueling adventure races on earth, and a slew of other amazing climbing, cycling, flying and kayaking feats.
The father of 2 is also an author of 2 books ‘Touch The Top of The World – A Blind Man’s Journey To Climb Further Than The Eye Can See” and “The Adversity Advantage – Turning Everyday Struggles Into Everyday Greatness”
In this travel podcast Erik shares the story behind his latest unbelievable adventure, solo kayaking 277 miles down the Grand Canyon with his partner, Navy Veteran and fellow blind adventurer Lonnie Bedwell.
You don't want to miss this one. Hit play and listen to the interview now.
Resources From The Show
No Barriers USA
Voices For Vets
photo courtesy of Kayaking Blind
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Tue, 4 November 2014
My business partner Travis Sherry and I share the challenges and pitfalls that surround the location independent and digital nomad lifestyle.
We also announce our amazing new project, a real community where you can connect with other like minded people building, sustaining and growing their location independent lives.
Learn more about our new community Location Indie.
In this travel podcast you'll get an inside look at our personal struggles and the daily challenges that pop up when you are running a location independent business while traveling the world.
Resources From This Show
Tue, 28 October 2014
Want to learn a variety of amazing travel skills in one short travel podcast episode?
Then you'll love our new series: Travel Tactics
Benny Lewis, a national geographic traveler of the year, helps us learn how to speak a new language from Day 1.
Travel lover Wandering Earl's Book. If you are interested in this book and click on the image you'll be directed to Wandering Earl's website which I highly recommend. When you decide to purchase the book through this affiliate link you'll be supporting the podcast at no cost to you. Thanks!" target="_blank">Wandering Earl sets the foundation for living a life of travel.
Plus, travel tech superstar Dave Dean from Too Many Adapters and I debate apple vs. pc and discuss which laptop to bring when you travel long term.
Resources Mentioned In This Show
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Fluent In 3 Months International Best Selling Book by Benny Lewis
Hammocks & Hard Drives by Dave Dean
Fri, 24 October 2014
In our last travel podcast episode of the trekking week series, three special guests share their advice and even mishaps from some of the best treks in the world.
Travis Sherry talks about getting dragged up Mt. Fuji by his wife.
Stephanie Zito gives us an overview on planing a trip up My. Kilimanjaro and what is it like to celebrate christmas at the top.
My wife Anne Dorthe shares an alternative to the Inca Trail that is less crowded but no less beautiful. It's an inside look at what it's like to walk on the Lares Trek to the stunning ruins of Machu Picchu in the sacred valley of the Peruvian Andes.
Trav and Heather on Summit of Mt. Fuji
Cover photo: Anne Dorthe at Machu Picchu
Thu, 23 October 2014
Walking 3000km along the Te Araroa may be the grandest adventure that New Zealand has to offer.
What's it like to walk across the entire country?
Experienced thru-hiker Mike Vacek shares his story, and what it is like to live life on the trail.
Mike is also part of a small percentage of hikers who has completed the triple crown, the big 3 distance trails in the USA. He's also walked the Camino de Santiago in Spain and countless other trails.
In this exciting travel podcast interview you'll learn:
What it's like to hike the entire Te Araroa trail
Resources from the show
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Wed, 22 October 2014
Packing is an art unto itself, packing for an extended walking trip brings it's own set of unique challenges.
If trekking, or multi-day hiking, is going to be part of your next trip then it's good to come prepared.
But not, over prepared.
This travel podcast episode will teach you the basic logistics surrounding trekking, what to expect and how just a few pieces of key gear can make the difference between life and death, or simply comfort and misery.
Remember the golden rule of packing: "If you forgot it, you can buy it."
When you can't!
Don't let anything slip your mind, give this travel podcast a listen and you'll learn:
How to pack when trekking is just a small part of this trip.
Listen To Other Episodes On Trekking
Trekking In Patagonia Travel Podcast
The 10 Essentials
How To Choose The Right Backpack Travel Podcast With Myself and Travis
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Tue, 21 October 2014
If you've been thinking about trekking in patagonia, this is the travel podcast for you my friend!
It's trekking week on the Zero To Travel podcast, and this episode has everything you need to know to go on an adventure trekking in Patagonia.
I answer common questions like:
it hard to go trekking in Patagonia as an independent traveler? Do i need a guide?
In one short episode you'll learn the answer to these question plus:
The #1 reason to visit Argentina
Want more trekking? Check out the Ultimate Guide To Trekking Logistics episode which provides a full overview of everything you need for an international trekking adventure.
Inside a Refugio
Torres Del Paine National Park "W Trek"
Perito Moreno Glacier
Summit of Volcan Lannin
Just Another View Trekking In Patagonia
Trekking In Patagonia Resources:
About Los Glaciers National Park
About Siete Lagus Route - Patagonia
Booking refugios for Torres Del Paine
Tue, 14 October 2014
Lifestyle design is a buzz word for sure, and many people poo poo the idea that you can create a location independent business that can support a traveling lifestyle you love. It seems to good to be true right?
Well, that's why I'm thrilled to bring you this podcast interview with Jesse Krieger, author of Lifestyle Entrepreneur: Live Your Dreams, Ignite Your Passion and Run Your Business From Anywhere In The World.
Jesse breaks this whole lifestyle entrepreneur and location independent thing down, in a realistic and truthful way.
This isn's about 'making money online', it's about identifying your lifestyle goals and learning very specific actionable ideas to help you achieve your goals.
Jesse give us strategies on how you can approach building your lifestyle business, realistic time frames and tactical advice.
Whether you are currently running a location independent business or just considering starting something that allows you the freedom to work and travel the world, you're going to want to hit play now and give this a listen.
What the 'million dollar question' is and how it can change your life and drive your decisions
You can download the first 3 chapters of Jesse's book for free on his Lifestyle Entrepreneur blog. I highly recommend this book.
Business In A Weekend
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Fri, 10 October 2014
Does your love of travel make you crazy sometimes?
Like any addict, I need a fix. Something I can relax to on my armchair journeys.
If you can relate (and I know you can, you travel junkie you) then 'listen up!'.
I'm excited to announce a new program on the Zero To Travel podcast, our Destination Discovery Series!
This exciting new series will take you off the beaten path, giving you a entertaining and informative overview of some of the most stunning and exciting travel destinations on earth.
Plus you'll learn how to travel in each featured spot on a budget, like a local.
Your destination guide will be an expert on the region. We'll take you to paradise, sharing the hidden gems and secrets that can only be learned through on the ground experience.
Now, you can to skip all of that hard work and can plan (or just dream) about your next trip with ease.
I am kicking off this series with the unique island nation of Japan.
In this show Andres Zuleta from Boutique Japan brings us the best of this country.
Along the way he teaches us some tricks on budget travel in Japan.
Where you can get amazing meals anywhere in Japan (hint: It's the last place you would ever think to find a fantastic meal)
This show is packed with value and might have you booking a flight and traveling to Japan within he hour!
* The best sushi shops in Tokyo
* The 5 Best Places in Japan Most Travelers Miss
* A Guide to Tipping in Japan
* Japanese Etiquette: Tips & Taboos
* Should You Get the Japan Rail Pass?
* The Best Online Japan Trip Planning Resources
* Japan Travel FAQ
* Japan Trip Planning Cheat Sheet
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Tue, 30 September 2014
Shannon Locker is a lot of things, award winning photographer (loaded with travel photography tips of course), mother, candy lover and to top it off...she's my sister!
This episode might entertain you on a few different levels. Not only will you be regaled with tales of sibling rivalry, you'll also hear the story behind this picture:
Plus insanely actionable advice to help you come home from any trip with better photos and perfectly captured memories.
Why smartphones might be the best camera to use for travelers (hint: this has nothing to do with the quality of the camera)
What are you waiting for?
Hit play and give it a listen now.
Shannon's recommended iPhone Apps
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Tue, 23 September 2014
There is a more hardcore side to budget travel that the guidebooks don't cover where activities like train hopping, punk sailing, rubber tramping, dumpster diving, and squatting are the norm.
Matt Derrick, wanderpunk and founder of Squat The Planet, has done it all.
In this adrenaline packed episode, you'll hear Matt's incredible stories, plus actionable tips that will open your eyes to a new side of budget travel.
Why dumpster diving isn't as bad as it sounds
Some pictures from Matt's adventures
Resources from the show
Squat The Planet
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Wed, 17 September 2014
Grab Youu Free Guide: 5 Simple Ways To Save Money On Airbnb
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Step by step instructions that will teach you how to turn your place into a money making machine
This episode is loaded with juicy insider information. Listen now.
The Traveling Dutchman
Get Paid For Your Pad – How To Maximize Profits From Your Airbnb Listing
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Thu, 11 September 2014
Bestselling author Chris Guillebeau is the youngest person ever to travel to every country in the world.
Yet this journey was small compared to his larger quest to help others change the world and live a remarkable life.
Something keeping you up at night but just seems too insane to go after?
In his new book, The Happiness of Pursuit, Chris shares what a quest is, why they are important and how you can go about finding the quest that will bring purpose into your life.
This inspiring travel podcast interview with Chris just might change your perspective on big ideas and audacious goals. Plus you can win a free copy of the new book the week this podcast is live (details at the end of the show)!
During the interview you'll also learn:
What exactly a quest is and how it can change your life
What I find through travel is the sense of being alive. – Chris G
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Main image by: Stephanie D. Zito
This free manifesto hit home for me at just the right time, and verbalized the things running through my head perfectly. It's a game changer.
Why Your Should Quit Your Job and Travel Around The World
If you are in a job you don't like and want to get out and see the world, enjoy this kick in the ass. You're welcome.
You'll hear why getting lonely is 'part of the job' as an independent traveler plus Chris shares how to channel loneliness into 2 positive responses.
The Floor and the Ceiling : How Much Money is Enough
A short and powerful way to reframe your approach to money.
When You're Happy You Don't Have To Tell Anyone
The title says it all but there's much more underneath. Read it, let it sink in then put it into action sometime. You might find yourself changed forever.
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Thu, 4 September 2014
In May 2014 I participated in a 546 mile hitchhiking race around Scotland.
Want to come along?
Listen to this podcast and you'll be right next to me on this adventure.
Special thanks to Gary and the NOMADS Facebook group.
A few scenes from what you are hearing in this epsiode.
Fri, 29 August 2014
Why is travel important to you?
In this travel podcast Nathaniel Boyle from the Daily Travel Podcast and I dive deep into the mental side of travel and why imagination may be the most important quality a traveler can possess.
How to a approach a trip mentally
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Thu, 21 August 2014
Ashley Holmer went to Africa as a soccer coach to help teach kids.
She left a year later with 20 acres of land in rural Tanzania and a commitment to build a school for underprivileged children.
In this show you'll learn:
How a simple trip can change your life forever
Just follow your heart and do what you want to do, because there is a lot of fulfillment that can come from that.
Check out the Red Sweater Project.
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How you can help this week...
I'm donating $5 for every comment we get from the caravan the week this podcast is live. Share your thoughts on the interview, why you think education is important or whatever inspires you about travel.
Leave a comment now and you'll be giving $5 to help educate kids in Tanzania!
To get in touch with Ashley send her an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thu, 14 August 2014
Do you love to hear crazy travel stories?
When the Zero To Travel podcast started, I had no idea it would bring together thousands of travelers from all over the world.
Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes
Our incredible caravan of listeners has countless tales of their own to tell. That's why I'm thrilled to share the first installment of this new series:
These strange tales from the road include turtles, roofies, long distance love and more. Don't delay...
Give the show a listen now.
Meet This Week's Story Tellers:
She takes amazing photos too! Here is one:
Thanks Ashley, Amy and Shawn and of course to all of the listeners of this podcast.
If you haven't done so yet and you're feeling saucy, please take 2 minutes and leave an honest review on iTunes.
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Thu, 7 August 2014
"You're temporary circumstances are not your permanent identity" -Srini Rao
After that everything changed.
Give it a listen now by hitting play and you'll discover:
How creating a new story for yourself can transform your life
Check it out now by hitting play on the bar at the top of this post.
The Art of Being Unmistakable
Skool of Life
People Mentioned In The Show
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Thu, 31 July 2014
"It's what you do that defines you, not your limitations." -Justin Skeesuck
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There are many modes of travel you can deicide to take.
Walking. Running. Biking.
Train. Plane. Automobile.
The list goes on.
But what if you couldn't choose how you get around?
For Justin Skeesuck there is only one option...
Travel by wheelchair.
It certainly has its challenges but that doesn't seem to stop Justin. He's traveled all over the world, lived in Europe and seen more than most people have in a lifetime.
Recently Justin paired up with his best friend Patrick to complete the Camino De Santiago de Compostela (Way of St. James), a pilgrimage of over 500 miles in Spain.
In this gripping interview Justin shares his story and what it's like to travel the world in a wheelchair.
How people in other cultures see disabled travelers
My Favorite Quotes From Justin
On being disabled...
I NEVER let it stop me.
I just love meeting new people and that's the best part about it.
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Thu, 24 July 2014
Are you somebody who has multiple interests and passions (otherwise known as a 'multipotentialite')?
Location independent and a business you love (a double whammy of awesomeness)!
In this podcast Emilie Wapnick, author of Renaissance Business, breaks down how exactly to bring your passions together into a real business.
If you have ever considered creating a job that you will love while traveling the world, give this show a listen by hitting play on the bar underneath the photo at the top of this post.
Give it a listen now, and you'll learn:
What a 'multipotentialite' is and why many travelers are multipods
Resources From This Show
Marketing For Hippies
Internet Business Mastery
Simon Sinek : Start With Why Talk Ted Talk
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Fri, 18 July 2014
Want to learn how to build a tiny house like this?...
Do you wonder if having a tiny house is right for you?
Are you looking for some inspiration and advice from an experienced tiny house owner?
In June 2012, Ethan Waldman built his beautiful tiny house on wheels in his home state of Vermont.
In this travel podcast he shares his compelling story, reveals how this unique lifestyle can create more travel and freedom in your life and will help you to decide if building a tiny house is right for you.
Give this show a listen by hitting play on the bar underneath the picture at the top of this article.
In this show you will learn:
How to decide if having a tiny house is right for you
Leave a comment below now and share your thoughts on the show, your tiny house story or what you are think about tiny houses.
Resource from this show
Thu, 10 July 2014
Have you ever asked yourself, "Where should I travel?"
In this podcast I share 7 things to help you decide where to go on your next trip.
Listen now and you'll discover:
When to travel when it's cheaper, great weather and there are less tourists around
Listen now by hitting play on the bar below the picture on top.
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*photo courtesy of Denise Krebs on Flickr
Thu, 3 July 2014
Do you love to meet other people when you are traveling?
One of the best parts about any trip is the people you meet along the way. These interactions create the memories that last a lifetime.
Creating authentic connections with others is a skill that you can build and utilize to enhance your entire travel experience.
Enter Jordan Harbinger.
At The Art of Charm Jordan teaches people how to use proven psychological principles to become masters of their social environments.
These same principles can be carried anywhere in the world, allowing you to truly connect with as many interesting people as you'd like on the road.
Additionally, Jordan leads groups to the mysterious nation of North Korea. Here he shares his stories from the ground in this little visited destination.
Kimberly Seltzer also joins us in this episode to offer the female perspective on travel, connecting, dating and plenty more.
In this podcast you'll discover:
How improving your skills in social dynamics can help any traveler
Resources from the show
The Art of Charm
The Art of Charm Podcast
Elite Image Makeovers
How To Go To North Korea
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Thu, 26 June 2014
Listen to this podcast on hitchhiking now by hitting play on the bar below.
Hitchhiking is a truly unique form of traveling that can conjure up all types of mental images depending on your experience.
Bad hollywood movies along with stern warnings about talking to strangers growing up would have us believe that hitchhiking is the most dangerous form of travel in the world.
The reality is, hitchhiking is an exciting, affordable and still popular way to travel.
A growing community of hitchhikers are connecting online at hitchwiki.org, a free resource with maps, information on hitchgatherings (worldwide hitchhiking events), advice for pros and newbies and so much more.
In this travel podcast interview you'll hear the inside scoop on hitchhiking from the crew at hitchwiki.org.
The truth about hitchhiking
Check out hitchwiki.org, the best online resource for hitchhiking.
Thu, 12 June 2014
Want to learn how to become a roadie, get paid to travel and see the world?
Would you like to get behind the scenes and hear what it's like working on a music tour?
In this interview he shares exactly how to become a roadie and break into music touring using simple backdoor strategies that require little to no experience.
Want to hear more podcasts that will help you travel the world on your terms?
How Ryan started in a low level position that eventually lead to a tour with Beck and how you can use the same strategy.
Want to help a friend learn how to become a roadie? Tweet this:
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What did you think of the interview? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.
Resources from this show:
Wed, 4 June 2014
Dave Sperling is nothing short of a legend. He started Dave's ESL Cafe to empower students to learn English and teachers to find work around the world in 1995 and it's still going stronger than ever.
In this podcast Dave shares his personal story and provides crazy actionable advice on travel and teaching English Abroad in the present day.
Safe to say, Dave is the foremost expert on Teaching English Abroad so give this a listen and soak up his decades of knowledge in under an hour.
He's also one heckuva nice guy and I know you'll enjoy his travel stories.
Learn how Dave got started and what his website has done to empower travelers
Resources from the show
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Thu, 29 May 2014
Let's face it, we can all get a bit stressed out before a trip, I'm certainly no stranger to pre trip anxiety.
I don't speak the language!
In this episode I share some common anxieties, and things you can do to take away the worry. Practical tips are fairly straight forward but here we dive deep and discuss how to deal with your brain when it comes to stressing out about travel.
Listen to the show now:
How to shift your mindset to eliminate pre-trip stress
Resources from the show
This Please : The Tourists Picture Dictionary
The Wordless Travel Book
Charles Schwab Free ATM fees Worldwide
Platypus Water Bottle
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Thu, 22 May 2014
Laura and her husband took off on a 14 month around the world backpacking trip that got them hooked on travel.
The best way to plan out time for your upcoming trip
Wed, 14 May 2014
Quinn and Jonathon were stuck in their cubicles in California discussing dreams of social entrepreneurship and adventure.
Slowly, they hatched a plan for this new life that involved not only travel, but a business that could help others.
One day they took action, quit their jobs, bought a one way ticket to Nicaragua and began their journey to create something meaningful.
Now, they are able to earn a living, travel their asses off AND most importantly, help kids in developing countries get school supplies.
Does it get any better than that?
In this engaging podcast interview they share their incredible story.
Are you ready to get insanely inspired?
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What it takes to leave a job and start a social venture
Resources and Links
Laguna De Apoyo, Nicaragua
Learn more about The Paradise Pack mentioned in this show.
Thu, 8 May 2014
It can be a challenge to stay in shape while you are traveling. Between the delicious food, the constant moving around and lack of routine it can all be hard to keep up with.
Personal Trainer Danny Kavadlo has spent years on the road himself. Here he shares his professional advice to fellow travelers and crushes myths and excuses.
This episode is short and sweet. Listen by clicking play on the bar under the photo or
How to stay fit anywhere in the world
Wed, 30 April 2014
Trying to figure out what volunteer opportunity to choose can be a very confusing and difficult process. Finding volunteer projects on your own so you don't have to pay to volunteer is even more challenging.
How do you know that the organization is doing good work? Will the project be the right fit for you?
In this podcast episode, Shannon O'Donnell, author of The Volunteer Traveler's Handbook, shares the secrets on how to find ethical international volunteering opportunities to help you find your own perfect volunteer project at no cost anywhere in the world.
Shannon has been traveling the world and volunteering abroad since 2008. Give this interview a listen. She shares incredibly actionable advice and tips on how to find and choose the right volunteer opportunity for you and what to expect.
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In this episode you'll discover:
How to avoid spending thousands of dollars and volunteer at no cost
The Volunteer Travelers Handbook - The Ultimate Guide to Volunteering Abroad
Shannon's current volunteer work in Africa
The post A Beginner’s Guide To Volunteering, A Free Global Volunteer Network And More appeared first on Zero to Travel.
Wed, 23 April 2014
Interested in building a location independent business?
Being location independent simply means that you can work from anywhere in the world.
It can be the perfect type of business for travelers to start.
In this podcast Sean shares some key strategies and tips that can help newbies and established location independent entrepreneurs alike.
Want to build a location independent business around something you love while traveling the world?
Then you'll want to give this show listen. Just click play on the bar under the main picture.
In this episode you'll learn:
How uncertainty held Sean back and how he overcame it
Moz.com Beginner's Guide To SEO
Influence - Persuasion
Copyblogger - Copy Writing
oDesk and elance - For freelancing
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Direct download: ZTT020_Sean_Ogle.mp3
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Thu, 17 April 2014
Being legally blind didn't stop Tauru and Christi from traveling the world.
In 2012 the couple decided to purchase a tandem bicycle, pedal 16,000 miles from Ushuaia, Argentina to Alaska and inspire people with vision impairment along the way.
On a tandem bicycle.
Just let that soak in for a minute.
Ready to hear their story?
Warning: This episode might make you question any doubts or fears you ever had. You may realize that anything is possible when you have the will to accomplish it.
Click the play bar below the picture on top and listen to this engaging podcast interview or:
How Tauru and Christi are able to ride a bicycle while legally blind
This episode will make you want to take off tomorrow due to Tauru and Christi's infectious positive attitude. Give it a listen now!
Resources from the show
Two Blind To Ride - Tauru and Christi's website
Adventure Cycling Association
Thu, 10 April 2014
If you want the skills to bike anywhere in the world let this episode be your adventure cycle touring guide.
How much gear costs and what you can expect to spend on a cycle tour
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Warm Showers - A community for touring cyclists and hosts
Bike Flights - Shipping solutions for your bike
Cloud Coach - 'Tiny Services' for Entrepreneurs
Ethan's Tiny House Facebook Page
Thu, 3 April 2014
One man, every country, no flights...when it comes to Independent Travel Graham Hughes has done it all.
(To hear the interview click play on the bar under the main picture above) or...
In this episode Graham shares not only tales from his adventures, but priceless advice that can help any independent traveler navigate the world safely and on a small budget. If you are the type of person that likes to improve your travel skills, you won't want to pass this up.
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Listening to this interview is like plugging into the Matrix and downloading some of the most valuable independent travel tips you've ever heard. Graham shares so many crazy stories then about 25 minutes in we get into the actionable advice and tips. It's pure travel gold.
How creating a story can be the single most important ingredient to accomplishing any travel goals.
Resources From the Show
Graham's personal website
Water Aid Charity - Help by Donating to Graham's Campaign
Thu, 27 March 2014
If you would love to travel the world and stay everywhere for free, then this episode on international house sitting is for you!
In this podcast they share the inside secrets you need to launch or level up your house sitting career.
You'll learn insanely useful stuff that only comes from experience.
Hit the play bar now and discover:
How anybody can get into house sitting regardless of experience or age
Resources from the show
The post Travel the World and Live for Free With International House Sitting appeared first on Zero to Travel.
Thu, 20 March 2014
Can solo travel or any type of extended journey be a path to deep personal healing?
Singaporean filmmaker Malika went on a solo travel journey through Europe and South America for 3 years, ending up deep in the Peruvian jungle with Shamans and an experience with a controversial alternative medicine.
After leaving the jungle she'd never be the same.
After hearing this interview you may not be either. There are great insights here that any traveler can take away.
How slowly pushing past your comfort zone can be a great path to bigger adventures
It's a powerful interview. I hope you enjoy it.
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Malika on Facebook and her website La Loca Colectiva
What is Ayahuasca
The Busking Project
Wed, 12 March 2014
Wandering Earl has been traveling for 5000+ days straight!
In this show Earl shares how to work on a cruise ship....but this podcast has oh so much more.
One short story from this show involves Earl's run in with the Taliban while traveling through Pakistan.
You won't want to miss this.
There are some golden nugget in this interview so give it a listen. Hit the play button under the photo above now, sit back, relax and soak in this show.
The one thing that would have made Earl quit traveling a long time ago
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Work on a Cruise Ship (Earl's book)
Wandering Earl Tours
Wed, 5 March 2014
Want to learn how to hike the Appalachian Trail (AT) with no camping, hiking or wilderness experience?
If you are ready to feel the freedom of the trail and learn how a long distance hike on the AT can change your life you'll want to hit play on the bar (below the top picture) and give this exciting episode a listen.
Jeff's story will empower any aspiring distance or thru hiker to conquer their fears and live out their dreams of hiking the AT no matter how little time you've spent sleeping under the stars.
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How a simple contest scored Jeff a dream job, hiking the AT and getting paid to map it
Resources from this show include:
Backpacker Magazine's Appalachian Trail Resource Area
Whiteblaze.net - A comprehensive resource for the AT
*All Photos Courtesy of Jeff Chow
Direct download: ZTT013_JeffChow.mp3
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Thu, 27 February 2014
Warning: This episode may transform what you think is possible.
He bartered his way to paradise and in this interview shares not only his story, but insider secrets on how you can trade for anything anywhere in the world.
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His book How To Barter For Paradise tells the whole story. In the past Michael also traveled the world the zero money.
Bartering tactics that work anywhere in the world
Here's what Michael traded me during this episode
Direct download: ZTT012_Michael_Wigge.mp3
Category: -- posted at: 1:51pm EDT
Thu, 20 February 2014
If you want to travel with intention and learn to know the places you visit on a deeper level, give this show a listen.
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In this show Chris shares his one of a kind perspective on a variety of topics that will get you thinking, and may even change some of the ways you travel. You'll hear:
How travel can act as a tool for self exploration
* photo courtesy of thomaswanhoff
Direct download: ZTT011_ChrisWTBD.mp3
Category: -- posted at: 1:02am EDT
Fri, 14 February 2014
Getting farm work in Australia and New Zealand can be as easy as just showing up.
While traveling through Vietnam I crossed paths with a fantastic Irish couple, Becky and David.
In this episode you'll hear their on the ground experience and learn how they've been traveling for 3 years, earning money on farms and spending that money on backpacking trips through Southeast Asia, one of the most affordable pockets of the world for travelers.
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If you're looking for a way to kickstart your travels in this area of the world, give this episode a listen. You may discover this is your ticket to traveling paradise.
To listen to this episode simply hit play on the bar below the photo at the top of this post.
Which visa you'll need to work on farms, and how to do it without a visa
Working Holiday Visa New Zealand
Working Holiday Visa Australia
*photo courtesy of Jeff P , check out his work on Flickr.
Thu, 6 February 2014
Have you ever thought about walking across america or taking off on another type of epic adventure?
To hear this or any podcast subscribe in iTunes or simply click play on the bar above (just under the picture) to hear this episode now.
In this podcast episode Nate Damm shares his story about his 7+ month long walk across the USA, and in the process reveals many hard earned secrets that will help you to not only plan, but also follow through with any big journey you want to take.
Stick around until the end (around 35 minutes and 45 seconds) and Nate will share 2 key pieces of advice that will surely help you push through and commit to any upcoming trip.
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How Nate left behind his 'regular' life (9-5 job, bills, apartment, etc) to go on the walk and ideas for making any long trip affordable.
Want to discover new ways you can explore the planet no matter what your situation?
Join the ZTT community for insider tips (just go to the home page and enter your info) and you can also subscribe to the Zero To Travel podcast on iTunes.
How To Walk Across America Guide by Nate Damm kindly provided for free by Nate.
Nate's website and facebook page
Thu, 30 January 2014
Rob Greenfield has a unique way of traveling.
Rob's adventures and the 'rules' surrounding them align with his core values because he creates them. You may want to do the same after listening to this podcast.
To listen now simply hit play on the bar above this post.
I think you'll agree that Rob's journeys are anything but ordinary.
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How creating 'rules' around your adventures can turn travel into an art
Can't get enough about traveling?
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Links from this show
Rob's website - robgreenfield.tv
How to make money for travel with the Share Economy
Wed, 22 January 2014
Looking for the best travel tech options for your next trip?
Digital fiends and minimalists alike will take away key insights from this episode.
Give it a listen by hitting play on the bar at the top of this post!
In this episode you'll discover:
The reason Dustin hikes in a dress and why you should consider it too
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Resources from this episode:
5 Reasons You Should Use a VPN While Traveling
Speaking of photo, in addition to being one knowledgeable and nice dude, Dustin is an award winning travel photographer.
Check out these beauties and see more of his work at DustinMain.com
Trip It Travel Planner
Wed, 8 January 2014
Want to take off, travel the world, and learn how to become a digital nomad creating your own income on the fly?
Well, that’s exactly what Rob and his wife Mish did back in March of 2012.
Starting with zero plan, they took off for 6 months abroad and haven’t looked back.
Now they riff about it on makingitanywhere.com, share practical advice on being an ‘anywhereist’ and teach others about running businesses while exploring new places all over the world.
In this interview, Rob provides gets into the nuts and bolts of being a digital nomad in today’s world.
Give it a listen by hitting play on the bar at the top of this post!
Here’s what you’ll learn:
Why having fun is the most important part of starting a business
Resources from this episode:
Rob and Mish's digital nomad forum
Lifestyle Business Podcast
Coffitivity - Cafe anywhere app