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Author: Sean Tierney

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Nomad Podcast helps you transition to the location-independent lifestyle and become a successful digital nomad. You'll find interviews with nomads, founders and domain experts who share their road wisdom and special expertise. For videos, links, show notes, interview questions, transcripts, travel photos and more visit
18 Episodes
For the full audio interview, transcript, show notes, photos and more visit: As master of ceremonies for the Nomad Cruise Bori Vigh has the challenge of how to bring a large group of complete strangers together on a vessel at sea and create the conditions for deep bonding. She's developed a 7-step workshop that accomplishes this in short order and the community of the cruise is testament to how well it works. Bori also happens to run the largest backpacker blog in Hungary, and is working on rolling out her next initiative, The Retreat Factory. In this episode we'll learn about all the above and more. Enjoy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
For full audio interview, transcript, show notes, photos, questions and more visit: takes guts to go against the advice of all your friends and quit a high-paying corporate job to pursue a life of service and volunteering but that's exactly what Tarek Kholoussy did. In this interview we'll hear about some of the crazy experiences one accrues when traveling to over 100 countries. Tarek shares what's involved physical and mental conditioning-wise to run 25 marathons, 2 ultra marathons and the world's highest marathon at Mount Everest base camp. We'll learn about his current initiative Nomads Giving Back, how two back-to-back experiences of confronting mortality catalyzed him to take the nomadic leap and more. Enjoy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
For the full audio episode, transcript, show notes, photos and links to all the resources mentioned visit: FD quit his corporate job in 2008 and embarked on an adventure of a lifetime which became a nomadic existence he's continued to this day. Johnny is founder of the Nomad Summit in Chiang Mai, Thailand, author of "12 Weeks in Thailand: The Good Life on the Cheap," co-host of "Travel Like a Boss" and "Invest Like a Boss" podcasts, divemaster and muay thai fighter. In this episode Johnny shares lessons on  architecting a dream lifestyle that enables you to travel the world while earning passive income via your investments. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
Andrés Piñeiro Coen has been nomadic for the past seven years and has backpacked all over South & Central America, engineered and sold creative sponsorships to some of the world's largest brands like GoPro, Lufthansa and Under Armor. In this interview he shares experiences of converting a failed graffiti store business into a profitable mural contest event in Panama, road wisdom from his travels and his philosophy of hustle. For transcript, show notes, photos and links to all the resources mentioned in the show visit This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
For links, show notes, transcript, photos and more visit: is typically the biggest roadblock that precludes more people from living the nomadic lifestyle. Unless you have massive savings you'll need a fountain of income to sustain you during your travels which means either a) taking a job or b) making a job for yourself. We covered option A with Luke Tierney of Nomad Playground. Today we're covering option B with Alex Hillman of 30x500. Alex is cofounder of an academy designed to take first-time entrepreneurs from zero to $15k in sales. In this interview we discuss the pitfalls commonly faced by new entrepreneurs, the gist of the 30x500 method involving an intensive "Sales Safari" market research phase, construction of eBomb lead magnets, list building, the strategy for product development, crafting a winning launch sequence and ultimately all that's involved in making your first $15k in revenue. Alex and his partner Amy have coached hundreds of students and are indirectly responsible for millions in sales by virtue of cultivating skills of successful entrepreneurship in these folks. Please enjoy our conversation.
For links, transcript, show notes and interactive video questions visit: good sleep has a dramatic impact on one's quality of life. It can be particularly challenging in the nomadic lifestyle to get consistently good sleep when you're bedroom environment is constantly changing. Today we talk with Bernie Miller, a sleep specialist at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona, about things you can do to ensure you get the best possible sleep while on the road. In this conversation we cover ramifications of getting poor sleep, the factors that contribute to getting good sleep, the distinction between REM and deep sleep, pro's and con's of various natural and artificial sleep remedies and how to know when it's appropriate to seek an appointment with a sleep specialist. With seventeen years of experience Bernie is a domain expert and very knowledgeable on this subject. Enjoy our conversation.
For links, show notes, photos, transcript and more visit and wellness on the road can be tricky when you don't have the luxuries of your home kitchen. Today we're chatting with Kara Mosseso of Nomadic Nourishment on the topic of how to maintain a healthy diet while on the road. Kate travelled with Remote Year Kublai for a year and now runs a nutrition and health coaching business on the side of her full-time job as a registered nurse. In today's conversation we delve into topics around maintaining a healthy diet abroad, resources for meal planning while on the road, the value of a primarily plant-based diet, sources for information on evidence-based nutrition, techniques for making lasting habit changes and more. Kara challenges listeners to take her 30-day plant-based challenge (I'm trying it) and shares a number of useful resources (linked in the show notes) for learning more about these subjects. Enjoy!
For links, show notes, photos, transcripts and more visit single biggest obstacle to more people trying the nomadic lifestyle is ability to fund the adventure (and by extension since the travels of a nomad are usually funded from income vs. savings, this means access to quality remote work). Today's guest is Luke Tierney (no relation) of Luke is on a quest to save you time and heartache by curating the best remote work sites out there that cater to nomads. Luke was a nomad himself from an early age and found a huge discrepancy in the quality of job listings depending on the source. Reputable, big-name sites often consumed disproportionately large amounts of time and yielded poor results relative to some of the lesser-known alternatives. Luke tackled this problem by creating essentially the "Yelp of job sites" by aggregating reviews from job seekers and categorizing the sites on various dimensions to hel
For links, show notes, transcription, audio-only version, photos and more visit: our 10th episode we're flipping the tables and I'm the one being interviewed today. My first foray into nomadic working travel was via Remote Year. I was in the Darien group that travelled from May 2016-2017 and it was one of the most transformative experiences of my life. I've invested a considerable amount of my free time since then in helping to encourage others to take the leap of trying this lifestyle with the hope that it can be as transformational for others as it was for me.In this conversation I'm interviewed by the talented Dr. Laura Gallaher and we drill into some of the same questions I ask my guests. We cover the circumstances that led me to Remote Year and why I chose to continue traveling and eventually settle in Lisbon, Portugal. We discuss what it means to be a tribe and posit a hypothesis of why this return to a tribal existence feels r
For photos, links, show notes, interactive video questions and transcript visit: ‎What's it like to be at the helm of the aircraft carrier in the space of nomadic travel programs? Greg Caplan is CEO of Remote Year, a travel program platform that is working to create a more peaceful, productive world one group of nomads at a time. Greg had a unique upbringing that gave him early familial exposure to youngsters from many different cultures. Years later he and his co-founder Sam Pessin tried an audacious experiment posting an idea to Reddit that quickly gained interest and went viral garnering 50,000 applicants for the first Remote Year group. In this interview Greg talks about the origin story of Remote Year, the RY values and mission, what they're doing to promote diversity and inclusion amongst both their participants and employees, the future of their "Citizen Program," analysis of some of the macro trends in the space and more.
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