32 episodes

The New Nomad is not just a podcast, it’s a community of people, ideas and spirit. We share that Nomad spirit as Andrew and I have lived the nomad existence, Andrew in locations like Brazil, Ghana and the Netherlands and my travels to more than 70 countries ranging from Estonia, Croatia and Costa Rica and interesting destinations in between. We will be sharing discussions that will help you take full advantage of the cross-border lifestyle. Weekly, we will interview leaders in the cross border, remote worker movement – thought leaders like you. Ranging from people who have packed up and moved; to those who support the movement.

The New Nomad Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski

    • Society & Culture

The New Nomad is not just a podcast, it’s a community of people, ideas and spirit. We share that Nomad spirit as Andrew and I have lived the nomad existence, Andrew in locations like Brazil, Ghana and the Netherlands and my travels to more than 70 countries ranging from Estonia, Croatia and Costa Rica and interesting destinations in between. We will be sharing discussions that will help you take full advantage of the cross-border lifestyle. Weekly, we will interview leaders in the cross border, remote worker movement – thought leaders like you. Ranging from people who have packed up and moved; to those who support the movement.

    Stand Out with Impact School: Build Your Own Brand with Lauren Tickner | TNN31

    Stand Out with Impact School: Build Your Own Brand with Lauren Tickner | TNN31

    How do you build your own brand? A lot of aspiring entrepreneurs ask themselves this question, sometimes even experienced ones. In building your personal brand, figuring out who you really are and what you stand for is vital. A strong brand stands out in the crowd—and gains more sales, increased awareness, and better customer experiences as a result. Lauren Tickner of Impact School teaches exactly that. 
    This episode of The New Nomad is truly an interesting one as Lauren joins Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski in educating digital nomads and everybody else in personal brand building. They discussed how to make your global team share different time zones and still be productive. This is truly a conversation worth listening to so tune in to The New Nomad and pick up valuable gold nuggets that will help you in your professional and personal journey.


    [1:15] Creativity in the midst of Covid-19 boredom
    [6:13] New level, new devil
    [7:25] Having systems saves your day
    [12:01] The challenges and the perks of having a globally-dispersed team
    [16:53] Your accountability as a leader
    [20:07] How your passion can become your career


    GUEST BIO:
    Lauren Tickner started Impact School, a coaching and e-learning company helping experts build online businesses that help more people and are easy to operate.
    As we speak, Lauren is working on building a NEW software to run your entire online business after she acquired a software development company in 2020. And as of 2021, Lauren now partners with experts in all areas to impact more people through packaging knowledge into info products, coaching programs, and online courses.
    Oh, and she built the 119th most followed account out of 10m+ people on Clubhouse in under 3 months of using the app. The London Stock Exchange called her a Marketing Genius for a reason.

    Lauren Tickner Links:
    LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/laurentickner
    Website: impactschoolmba.com
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/laurentickner


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    Instagram: @insurednomads
    www.insurednomads.com

    • 28 min
    Let's talk with a Remote Job Coach with Jordan Carroll | TNN30

    Let's talk with a Remote Job Coach with Jordan Carroll | TNN30

    It’s not easy to start a digital nomad lifestyle. Besides the things you have to consider like expenses, you have to be ready for the risks involved because a remote job search is a lot different than a traditional one. You won’t be able to meet someone in person, hand in your resume, or fill out an application. Fortunately, some career coaches can help you perfect your online presence, practice video interviews, and build your personal brand. And this is Remote Work Coach Jordan Carroll’s expertise.
    In this episode of The New Nomad, Jordan joins hosts Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski in conversation about the digital nomad lifestyle and why it’s not for everyone. They talked about how important it is to plan ahead as you’ll never know what the universe might bring you - why it’s sometimes staying attuned with yourself and the circumstances around you might be helpful in this journey. So get ready to learn a lot as you listened to another gold nugget-filled episode of The New Nomad.


    [2:36] Awareness saves lives
    [9:57] Remote work is not for everyone
    [12:59] Self awareness will lead you to where you should be
    [16:49] The foundation of success is mindset
    [20:04] About guided meditation and its benefits
    [22:02] Being in control of your emotions


    GUEST BIO:
    Jordan Carroll has worked more than seven years remotely in the U.S. and while traveling internationally. He worked for a Fortune 50 company, start-ups, and his own businesses. He has lived in over 15 countries on five continents in the past three years and is a member of the Forbes Coaches Council. 
    He’s now Known as The Remote Job Coach, and as such he creates content, courses, and coaching programs to help high performers learn a process to land legitimate remote jobs and gain freedom and flexibility in their lives. Thousands of remote job seekers have used his methodologies to find success in their remote job searches.


    Jordan Carroll Links:
    LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/jordanscarroll
    Website: https://www.jordanscarroll.com/?r_done=1
    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCORh-_he8Vs6yGp3AnRQB5w


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    Instagram: @insurednomads
    www.insurednomads.com

    • 19 min
    The Professional Hobo Shares Stories and Tips with Nora Dunn | TNN29

    The Professional Hobo Shares Stories and Tips with Nora Dunn | TNN29

    Being a full-time traveller allows you to experience more places than you ever would during just two weeks of PTO. But life as a full-time traveler isn't always pretty - on the road or off it. And sometimes, life's challenges are even harder while traveling. Nora Dunn, the person behind the travel blog The Professional Hobo, has been a digital nomad and has slow-travelled in 60 countries can attest to that.
    In this episode of The New Nomad, Nora joins our hosts, Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski, in educating and entertaining their listeners with tales from their travels. From how to travel with minimal expenses to shocking stories about animals they encountered, our three nomads certainly had their audience laughing and intrigued. With slow traveling, you’ll be able to see more of the world than you may have ever dreamed of. Remember: the most important thing is to just get started! The whole world awaits.


    [3:09] Sometimes, children are wiser than adults
    [5:39] That feeling when you use your passport again
    [8:44] How animals make traveling a different experience
    [16:55] Tracking your expenses to sustain the digital nomad lifestyle
    [20:17] Immersing in other’s culture teaches you a lot about life
    [24:13] It is still a lot of fun being a tourist


    Nora Dunn is a Professional Hobo and International Freelance Writer, who enjoys life on the road and was with no fixed address (she now has her homebase in Toronto, Canada).
    As a former Certified Financial Planner, Nora travels responsibly despite her Hobo moniker. She has the key to traveling full-time in a financially sustainable way, and helps others achieve the same dreams. Nora travels slowly and in a culturally immersive way through free accommodation techniques such as house-sitting, volunteering, living on boats, hospitality exchanges, and more; and she has parlayed her expertise and experience into the ebook How to Get Free Accommodation Around the World, Tales of Trains: Where the Journey is the Destination, and Working on the Road: The Unconventional Guide to Full-Time Freedom.

    Guest Links:
    LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/noradunn
    Twitter: hobonora
    Blog: theprofessionalhobo.com


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    www.insurednomads.com

    • 25 min
    The Work from Anywhere Myth or Not? with John Lee | TNN28

    The Work from Anywhere Myth or Not? with John Lee | TNN28

    Work online and travel the world. It sounds wonderful and more possible than ever. In an ever-globalizing world where flight prices are dropping and technology is developing at a dizzying rate, working online from anywhere in the world has never been so accessible to so many people. John Lee of www.WFA.team can attest to the dream of being able to work anywhere can be your reality.
    John joins our hosts, Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski, in laying out the realities of working from anywhere in the world. Our three nomads talk about the oohs and ahhs in the life of a digital nomad - from raising kids to visas to accommodations. They all agreed that while being able to work anywhere, it does come with certain challenges that one can overcome with research, resourcefulness, and help from communities around the world. It is truly a colorful lifestyle that takes a lot of preparation and planning to achieve.


    [1:06] Home Sweet Home
    [5:05] Looking at the World Through Children’s Eyes
    [9:57] Travel + Work = Digital Nomad
    [10:51] The Game Changer: Digital Nomad Visa
    [17:12] Not Everyone Has the Luxury of Being a Digital Nomad
    [19:29] How Culture Influences The Workforce


    GUEST BIO:
    John Lee speaks 6 languages and has travelled to 60+ countries. Over the last 20 years he has lived in Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands and Thailand. His previous start-up, CultureMee, an intercultural communication platform, won “Best Travel Technology Product” at the Global Youth Travel Awards in 2018. Prior to CultureMee, John held senior finance roles in FTSE listed CRH Plc. There, he travelled to over 150+ locations over a 10 year period and got to see first hand the challenges of dealing with complex corporate tax, individual tax and employment law across multiple jurisdictions.

    John Lee Links:
    LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/j0hnlee
    Company Website: wfa.team/
    Website: culturemee.com/


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    Instagram: @insurednomads
    www.insurednomads.com

    • 24 min
    Moving Tools and Tips Between Countries With Nicole Caba | TNN27

    Moving Tools and Tips Between Countries With Nicole Caba | TNN27

    Have you ever thought how convenient it would be if there is an app accessible through your phone that has everything you need in being a digital nomad? Imagine a tool in your arsenal where your normally organized-cluttered life would be efficient with all the visa information, tips about the country you’re going to, or even the logistics of your personal stuff. How cool is that? Well, Nicole Caba, founder and CEO of an app that made it possible for digital nomads to travel with ease.
    In this episode of The New Nomad, Nicole joins our hosts, Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski, in exploring the wonderful world of digital nomads via Avvinue, an app that definitely makes a difference in traveling for our laptop-wielding warriors. They discussed the opportunities that we all have now when it comes to making your ideas a real money-maker or just learning things via Hackathons. This is really a fun experience for everyone, digital nomad or not. Truly an episode worth listening to.



    [1:27] Taking advantage of what technology can do for you
    [10:14] Organizing your life as a digital nomad via Avvinue
    [15:44] Hackathons: a playground for thinkers and innovators
    [17:44] People love giving advice
    [21:45] Tools that you van use to bring out the innovator in you
    [27:39] Relationships should not hinder you in moving forward



    GUEST BIO:
    Nicole Caba was born to Dominican and Puerto Rican parents and raised in the US. As a child of an immigrant, Nicole was always eager to experience life abroad. In 2019, she sold her personal belongings and moved to France with her partner and launched Avvinue, an expat moving platform. Over the previous 10 years, Nicole provided her expertise in logistics, planning and technical project management for Fortune 500 global companies and launched a mobile app to market. Now, Nicole is determined to make it easier for people to move and get settled abroad with the Avvinue platform and as host of The Moving Roadmap podcast.


    Nicole Caba Links:
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/nicolexcaba?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor
    LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/nicolexcaba
    Website: https://www.avvinue.com/team/nicole-caba

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    Instagram: @insurednomads
    www.insurednomads.com

    • 24 min
    Routine Meets Fitness for a Freedom Lifestyle With Eric LaShun | TNN26

    Routine Meets Fitness for a Freedom Lifestyle With Eric LaShun | TNN26

    How many of you travelers can attest that staying fit during your globe-trotting journey is challenging? When you hear "digital nomad", the first thing that comes to your mind is a person enjoying the sun on a tropical beach somewhere, maybe sipping on a delicious cocktail. The reality is digital nomad is a lifestyle that takes time (and tears, sweat, and blood) to achieve. Besides the usual grinding on our laptops, our weapon of choice, it takes discipline and routines to stay healthy living this lifestyle. Eric Lashun, the curator of The Freedom Lifestyle blog, can attest to that.
    Our hosts, Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski, together with Eric, talked about the perks and the challenges of being a digital nomad. They discussed how important your body’s nutritional needs are, especially when you’re travelling and in a foreign country. All three of them can definitely say that it’s not just about sunshine and good food, it’s also about the discipline and the cultural experience you gain in your travels. So if you’re into fitness and healthy living, digital nomad or not, listening to this episode is a must.


    [6:02] Digital nomads: the laptop-wielding warriors
    [11:18] Routines are your day’s map
    [13:35] Good food, good you
    [16:16] Your body’s input is your body’s output
    [18:17] Japan: an introvert’s haven
    [21:53] Bring a travel partner or not?


    GUEST BIO:
    Eric Lashun, a seasoned digital nomad, has lived in over 30 countries and is obsessed with his nomadic lifestyle. Back in 2013, he got a job with an airline. He discovered the world of traveling and is determined to continue this life after the airline business. He writes about his journey of being a digital nomad to help others like himself.


    Eric Lashun Links:
    Podcast: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/freedom-lifestyle-podcast-eric-lashun-34_yJ5X7gkI/
    Website: https://ericlashun.com/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EricLaShun/


    Follow Insured Nomads at:
    Instagram: @insurednomads
    www.insurednomads.com

    • 23 min

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