The Travel The World + Work Online podcasts aims to help people, well… travel the world and work online.
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How much longer before these games become indistinguishable from reality? Simulation theory proposes that these hyper-realistic simulated realities already exist, and the odds are overwhelming that we’re in one.
Having a sneaky coffee and talking about digital nomad stuff as the sun goes down at the Wolfhouse in Los Gigantes, Tenerife.
Agness and Cez have been traveling the world for years. Here they explain the 3 different ways they’ve been able to earn money to support their wanderlust.
In this episode we talk about productivity and self-sabotage. How can we get more done in less time, especially the important stuff?
“Do what you love. Follow your passion!” Here are 3 reasons why follow your passion is bad advice, especially if you’re building your first online business.
This man has no filter. Dutch to the extreme. Telling tales of a gun to the head, a knife to the throat, a fist to the face. His by-the-ways are more interesting than most people’s life stories. Northern lights, that time he spent in jail, the ladyboy in Japan.
Not sure what kind of work you can do online? Use the “Hedgehog Process” to generate ideas and identify the best skill for you to earn money online.
The answer is NO. Working online is simply not for everyone. But not for the reasons you might think.
Find clients for your online freelance business by following this battle-tested 3-step process. Screenshots and templates included.
Watch the video to see how Justin learned skills online, started freelancing, and raised his rate from $9/hour to $50/hour in one year.
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There’s a narrow pedestrian street that runs through Nabeyacho in Kyoto, discreet little bars and restaurants all along and in the alleys perpendicular. Neat wooden facades, tiny gardens, occasional lanterns, hushed conversation.
In this episode we talk about eating animals. The ethics, environmental issues, health concerns, convenience factors and social dynamics. You won’t find many definitive conclusions in our conversation, but it should get your wheels turning.
Shoe shine guy crossing the street in front of us drops a brush and we call after him. He’s all grateful and insists on serving me. I cave too easily, knowing it’s not going to be a freebie, and thinking it might have been a setup from the start…
Learn how to become a travel blogger with Janet Newenham, who left her office job behind and is now earning $3000/month while working way less hours and visiting 31 countries last year alone.
It’s easy enough to delete a shitty comment, or walk away from someone disrespectful. But can you stop thinking about them after they’re gone?
We talk about violence and learning to fight, despite the fact that neither of us have been in a fight for at least fifteen years. It’s a bit like listening to LeBron James and Kobe Bryant talk about cricket for two hours.