Zero To Travel Podcast

Have you heard of Astrolocality?

For centuries, travelers used the stars to navigate around the world. Today you'll hear about that concept with a little twist - and learn how you can use the stars and planets to find your next destination...

How To Find Your Power Places Using Astrolocality

Plus, what is the most important thing we should learn in school that education does not teach us?

My guest today is here to help you unleash your genius using a variety of tools that you may not be used to, including astrology, numerology, and human design.

You are going to find out more about all of these topics, learn more about astrolocality, and a whole lot of other stuff you don’t want to miss!

Please welcome VerDarLuz to the show. Check out his work at Find Your Power Places.

Tune In To Learn:

  • How to choose your own life
  • Ways to attract similar energies
  • What can show you your sexual desires and affections
  • One thing that can be the ultimate psychology
  • How you can use astrology to your advantage
  • How to attract the right energy (if you want a certain kind of relationship)
  • Where to go to meet some teachers or find some awesome relationships
  • A major tool for revealing synchronicity
  • Expert tips to get clients
  • How to determine when it is time to chill out somewhere
  • Long term travel tips

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Direct download: ZTT_VerDarLuz_mixdown.mp3
Category:travel, podcast, travel podcast, travel podcasts -- posted at: 6:30am EDT

How can being honest kick start a new life of travel?

My guests today are co-authors of the new National Geographic Book, Atlas of Beer: A Globe-Trotting Journey Through the World of Beer.

Please welcome Nancy Hoalst-Pullen and Mark W. Patterson to the show!

They are here to talk beer and travel – two of my favorite topics.

And even if you don’t enjoy any suds, you are going to hear about a bunch of other topics, like:

  • How this particular National Geographic book evolved
  • How beer can shape a place
  • The 4 ingredients of travel

Warning, this show might make you thirsty…

Tune In To Learn:

  • How to get an explorers grant to go drink beer around the world
  • The responsibilities of a beer Jefe
  • What can change the whole dynamic of an area
  • Arguably the most popular beer you can find
  • Highlights of some of the most interesting breweries in the world
  • Incredibly important point that is overlooked by beer judges (and beer lovers in general)
  • Why it is best to create your own opinions and your own favorites
  • How to participate in the Beer It Forward program
  • What can help you start planning trips
  • How to embody human creativity and perseverance in 12 ounces

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Atlas Of Beer: The Crossroads Of Beer and Travel It’s a sign!…Outside of a bar in Oslo

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Direct download: ZTT_Atlas_mixdown.mp3
Category:travel, podcast, travel podcast, travel podcasts -- posted at: 6:40pm EDT

Ready for more of the World's cheapest destinations?

Get excited as we welcome back award winning travel writer Tim Leffel from Cheapest Destinations Blog for part two of the World’s cheapest destinations 2018.

If you listened to part one, you surely had to re-think your bucket list. Or maybe you added a new place to visit in Central America, Mexico, or Europe.

Get pumped up to knock off the rest of the World's cheapest destinations 2018....in Asia and beyond!

Tune In To Learn:

  • Where you can easily get a visa and go on beautiful hikes (and it's really inexpensive)
  • The best place to go that has smiling happy people (that speak English)
  • How to beat the crowds and explore multiple islands
  • Where you can buy your way into residency (and get some of the best food)
  • How to deposit your way into a retirement visa (over 50) in Thailand
  • Best place to collaborate with expats (the digital nomad capital)
  • Expert tip to get the cheapest accommodations in Asia
  • Where to find cheap living expenses, friendly people, and amazing beauty
  • The place where you can actually get a 10 year multiple entry visa
  • Where it is easy to get a Visa to stay and work (plus cheap food and booze)
  • Amazing food and drink spots around the world (do you like coffee or beer?)
  • And so much more!

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Direct download: ZTT_Tim_2_mixdown.mp3
Category:travel, podcast, travel podcast, travel podcasts -- posted at: 6:30am EDT

What are some of the World's cheapest destinations?

I hope your bucket list isn’t too set in stone, because after listening to this episode, you are going to want to reorder it. You are going to be tempted to add a whole bunch of things to it as you hear about the World’s Top 24 Cheapest Destinations (today is part one).

Who doesn't love wanderlust? I have a feeling you are going to get very excited today when you hear from my guest Tim Leffel. He helps people find the cheapest places to travel and THE best places around the world to live or base yourself (for less).

Check out his award winning website and travel writing at The Cheapest Destinations Blog. He is also the author of A Better Life For Half The Price – an outstanding resource and quite an entertaining book.

Let's get right into it!

You'll Learn:

  • How to recognize “cheap destinations” for your lifestyle
  • The easiest place to hang out as a tourist without getting a residency visa
  • How to find the right balance between foreigners and the local culture
  • Where to find the retirement capital of South America (for foreigners)
  • The best resource for buying real estate internationally
  • One of the best places to stay for 6 months every year (on a tourist visa)
  • Where to find the cheapest food, booze, and rent in Latin America
  • What European city has the most places where you'd say “I could live here”
  • Where to find cheap skiing in Eastern Europe
  • The place to find the best wine in Europe that you’ve never heard of
  • One of the cheapest places to buy real estate in the world
  • Where Americans can stay an entire year on a tourist visa

Resources:

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Direct download: ZTT_Tim_1_mixdown.mp3
Category:travel, podcast, travel podcast, travel podcasts -- posted at: 10:48pm EDT

How can you make less money than you do now, but travel more?

Tune in to find out how to do just that; plus you'll get some awesome tips for wandering freelancers!

Please welcome Haley Akins to the show. She was our December member of the month at Location Indie, so she's the perfect guest to share her full time freelancer story.

Haley is a motion designer and animator and has been freelancing for about 3 years. Before that she was working for Across the Pond and a sports broadcasting company. She wanted more travel and more freedom in her life, so she found freelancing and hasn't looked back.

Today you'll get some tips and tricks on how you can create success as a freelancer. Listen in now.

You'll Learn:

  • The #1 tip for managing clients
  • What can allow you to take a whole month off
  • Easy to remember rule about rates (for more profits)
  • How to keep business coming in
  • How to raise your profile in the industry (to get more work)
  • Why you shouldn't be afraid to ask
  • One thing that helps you realize what is really important
  • Why you need to consistently make things happen
  • And so much more!

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Direct download: ZTT_Haley_mixdown.mp3
Category:travel, podcast, travel podcast, travel podcasts -- posted at: 6:30am EDT

Is it possible to create a life of travel in a single day?

Today Michelle Dale stops by to share how she did it and gives some tips on how you can do it too! Back in 2005, Michelle had what she describes as “an epiphany” that her life wasn’t how she wanted it to be. So, in a single day she quit her job, listed her property for sale, and purchased a one way ticket out of her home country (she was only 23 years old!).

That was the beginning of her new life as a nomad – and the start of her business, Virtual Miss Friday where she provides business operations solutions to digital entrepreneurs, among other things.

You'll hear her advice on how to transition to full time travel and a life abroad, her top lifestyle business tips, travel advice, and much more.

Tune In To Learn:

  • Why you have nothing to lose
  • How to get support from community
  • Ways to let your intuition guide you
  • How to look at the good in any situation
  • How to run a lifestyle business (before, during, and after pregnancy)
  • Awesome outreach tips (to get people's attention)
  • Biggest mistakes you should avoid in regards to a lifestyle business
  • Tips on how to get things done when you are not around
  • The best thing about commitment

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Direct download: ZTT_Michelle_Dale.mp3
Category:travel, podcast, travel podcast, travel podcasts -- posted at: 7:27pm EDT

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