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!
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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.
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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.
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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
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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.