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
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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.
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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.
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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