Wandering Workers Podcast: Travel | Lifestyle
By Michelle Valenti: Remote Worker, Blogger
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Get inspired to live life on your own terms through interviews with people who have done the same. Here you'll meet individuals, couples, and even families who have taken their careers to new places, literally. Free yourself from the office with stories of people who live the travel life, and support themselves in the process.
||CleanHow to Invent Your Dream Job||You wouldn’t think an educator and former museum director would find a way to expand his career while traveling but Ed Sobey is proof that it can be done. Instead of looking for jobs abroad, he created his first traveling exhibit and pitched it to mus||3/28/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Reality of Traveling With Kids||Note: This is a two-part episode of the Wandering Workers Podcast. In part one we talk to Johnny DaSilveira about running his location-based business from abroad. In part two we talk about how he does that while traveling the world with his family of f.||2/23/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanRunning a Location-Based Business From Abroad||While many people try to force themselves into an online business in order to accommodate the wandering worker’s lifestyle, Johnny went the opposite route. He bought a location-based business and runs it remotely while traveling the world.||2/23/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Secret to Achieving Your Dreams||Aside from fear, there’s only one thing standing in the way of you living your ideal life: money. To start, it’s hard to let go of the steady paycheck and take a chance on a different way of doing things. In this episode of the Wandering Workers Pod||1/27/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow to Work Your Way Around the U.S.||“Change is hard because people often overestimate the value of what they have and underestimate the value of what they may gain by giving that up.” -James Belasco and Ralph Stayer, Flight of the Buffalo It wasn’t that long ago that Shari and Hutc||12/22/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFinding Fulfillment in Nonprofit Work||As organizations in the social impact sector fight to solve problems all over the world, travel is often tied to nonprofit work. It’s one of the things that drew today’s podcast guest to make a big career change.||11/24/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow to Turn Travel Into a Career Opportunity||After more than a decade of living in the same place, Robert and his wife Kylan wanted adventure. But with a house and the weight of a new doctorate degree under Ky’s belt they didn’t want to be impulsive. The idea was to get out of Philly,||10/13/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow to Run a Business From Anywhere||By the time she was 23 Sara had never been on a plane or seen the ocean but she always felt a deep urge to travel. She eased in by applying to grad schools around the country and scheduling a handful of international trips.||3/24/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow to Live the Travel Life||When Heather and Jim left Steamboat Springs, Colorado, their home of 20 years, they were looking for a change. Already seasoned travelers, their goal was to go beyond basic travel and make a complete lifestyle shift.||2/9/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
Travel lovers unite!
Anyone who loves to travel and wants to do it for days, months, or years on end (I mean, c’mon who doesn’t want to do that…) should listen to this podcast. Lots of great insights about how to stay on the road and still sustain a professional life!
Thorough and Upbeat
Michelle is a very balanced interviewer: She prepares for her subjects, asks prescient questions, listens closely, and cares about her themes. The podcast is naturally upbeat, celebrating the radical decisions these pioneers make, while also explaining the pitfalls of life — and careers — on the road.
Leaves you feeling like YOU CAN DO IT!
I listen to a LOT of podcasts and this one is a favorite. What I love about this one especially is that Michelle and her guests show us that living and working on the road is possible. For most of us, this feels like an unrealistic dream, but her questions really help get to the core of how people are making it happen. I’m excited to hear more!
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