On Unconventional Life, Jules Schroeder interviews successful Millennial entrepreneurs, artists, creatives, and thought leaders on how they earn their living in non traditional ways - each week in 20-30 minute interviews! Each of these individuals are at the top of their game in terms of revenue and reach in their respective industry, living life in the driver's seat beyond what is traditional or predictable. Unconventional Life was created for YOU, the Entrepreneur, Trailblazer, The Student who wants to pioneer their own path, The ONE stuck in a job you are wanting to quit to create the life you want. On this show you will learn, how each guest took the road less travelled, what their revenue model looks like, and why they are prioritizing their passion over their paycheck. Join the Unconventional Life movement at UnconventionalLifeShow.com and enter to win the free weekly prize giveaway of useful tools, content, and resources from the shows guests.
Ep262: Enjoying the Freefall Through Life, with Australian Freediving Record Holder, Adam Stern
For Australian record holder Adam Stern, freediving isn’t just a sport. Sharing with us his passion and love of everything it has taught him, Adam has taken the competition out of the water and made it his way of life.
One day in Koh Tao, Thailand, he came across a sign that offered freediving lessons which then led to the athlete and Youtuber who we know now as Adam Freediver.
For him, the unconventional life means to always be in control of himself—liberating freedom wherein he can choose to do what he is passionate about, and he is also wishing that people also have the courage to take that brave step of taking control and make the most of that one breath we all have.
More from Adam
Follow his work at www.adamfreediver.com
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Youtube: Adam Freediver
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Adam will be giving away a digital beginner course on freediving to a lucky listener where he will walk you through the fundamentals of freediving in 53 video sessions.
Ep261: How To Book Big Names Into Your Podcast, with Command Your Brand Media founder, Jeremy Ryan Slate
Before Jeremy Ryan Slate was dubbed a Top Influencer by Forbes, the young Oxford graduate made money through some handy-man jobs, before teaching at a high school. Now he hosts the Create Your Own Life podcast that studies people of excellence, and the Command Your Brand Media that helps businesses optimize their PR strategy. Here are three tricks he shared with us to increase your reach and audience.
The First 24 Hours, Make The Biggest Mark Know What Makes You Different Content is King It was this consistency and dedication to the show that earned Jeremy his place in iTunes Top 100 and the number spot in the business category. Jeremy noted that even American entrepreneur Dave Asprey found time for his show after half a year of follow-ups.
This intense dedication to the show’s subscribers is also reflecting in Jeremy’s ad campaign strategy, which he shares with us, that utilizes Retargeting Ads, a formula for making viral 30-second videos, and even noting the relevance of LinkedIn—a relatively smaller social media site with a more professional audience—to extend his reach and promotion of the show.
More from Jeremy
Check out his work at https://www.jeremyryanslate.com
Boost your reach with his help through https://commandyourbrand.com
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Jeremy will be giving away the “7 Reasons that You’re Not Getting Booked in Your Favourite Podcast” blueprint to a lucky listener.
Ep260: WFH: Living Life On Your Own Terms, with Badass Digital Nomad host Kristin Wilson
Even before the word COVID-19 was carved into our minds, entrepreneur, writer, influencer and surfer Kristin Wilson has been working from home and advocating remote work for the past 18 years.
Now, Wilson is lending her knowledge to help people, relocate and live better lives without being stuck in an office space. An “advocate” of WFH years before the pandemic, she has worked as a digital nomad and has preached its benefits through her writing in Medium, and Quora, as well as her YouTube channel Traveling with Kristin, and podcast, Badass Digital Nomads.
“I'm just on this path to share everything I've learned about creating your own job, working remotely or living in foreign countries, and just living life on your own terms.”
More from Kristin
Follow her work at: https://medium.com/@kristinmwilson
Subscribe to her weekly remote work and travel podcast, Badass Digital Nomads: http://bit.ly/DigitalNomadPodcast
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Traveling with Kristin: https://youtube.com/travelingwithkristin
Digital Nomad TV: https://www.youtube.com/digitalnomad
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Kristin will be giving away a private coaching call for one hour, worth $350, to a lucky winner. And for those people who want to get some of her free content, she advises them to check out www.digitalnomadbootcamp.com
Ep259: 3 Ways to Love Better, with School of Love NYC founder, Monica Parikh
They say experience is the best teacher, but they never tell you how often cruel the teaching method is of this metaphorical professor. As we spin this thread of life we are on, we’re constantly caught off guard no matter how much we prepare, but how we deal with these setbacks and surprises is what shapes us as people.
For Lawyer and School of Love NYC founder, Monica Parikh, her unexpected divorce with her husband was a dark time in her life but it was also the spark that started her journey to guide professionals and young people through the confusing world of intimate relationships.
She shares with us three tools that you may add to better your relationships, not just in love but in life, holistically.
Set your boundaries Look inward Take care of yourself More from Monica
Visit her website www.schooloflovenyc.com
Monica gives coaching sessions to high-profile individuals and CEOs for up to $500 a session, but she will be giving away a one-on-one coaching session to a lucky listener for free.
Ep258: Golf and the Universal Principle, with Development Coach Thane Marcus Ringler
The golf's attention to detail sparked the inspiring vision of Development Coach Thane Marcus.
He says golf and personal development invoke similar ideas, as the outcome is solely dependent on the individual. Golf requires training and being aware of his needs and strengths -- which he says is necessary for our lives.
"Being a good leader always starts with being a good leader of yourself."
For Thane, the best way to take charge of your life was to let go of what you can't control, and instead, change how you perceive yourself in that situation.
More from Thane
Visit his website thanemarcus.com
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Thane is giving away one of his two new online courses to a lucky listener. A class on growing self-awareness while the other is an eight-week course on developing self-discipline.
Ep257: Strong Roots Giving Way to Beautiful Branches with Atlanta's Personal Injury Lawyer Ali Awad
Brought up by Palestinian Muslim immigrants CEO Lawyer Ali Awad shares his culture, religion, and how his parents made sure that he stays true to his roots as a young man living in Dalton, Georgia.
Ali described how the years of the pressure he got from poverty shaped his views.
"If all you're exposed to is the highlight reels of everyone else, then you're never going to have time to create your own highlight reel. You're just going to look around and see that everyone else is excellent and that you're not. [But] that excellence comes from just working a little bit at a time, day by day, piece by piece month by month."
Ali Awad is continuously providing support to professionals and people who are starting in business through consultations and coaching sessions.
More from Ali
@ceolawyer - Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, TikTok & Snapchat
Visit his website at aliawadlaw.com
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A free consultation session! Message him on Instagram - @ceolawyer, about what you've learned from this episode. Best answer wins!
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Thank you for this nice podcast with Brian from s/v Delos! Really interesting.
I’m a big SV Delos fan. It was great to hear some inside tips on the road less travelled
Thanks for the info! Keep living life!