1 hr 39 min

Nick Pulley - Adaptive Working, Sustainability and Knowing Your Priorities The Travel Growth Podcast

    • Business

Nick Pulley founded Selective Asia in 2005, a tour operator that creates unique trips to Asia in a sustainable and meaningful way.

Nick is the founder of One Bottle at a Time, an initiative aimed at reducing the amount of plastic used throughout Asia by working with local NGOs.

He was also the behind the launch of the first ‘half moon’ parties in Koh Phan Ngan (which he insists are far better than the ‘full moon’ version!).

I met Nick last year when he reached out to me after we announced our 100% initiative to find out more around the thinking behind it. We’ve since had many discussions and I’ve learnt lots from him and his approach to business and travel which I’m really excited to share with you today.

We discuss how Nick got into travel and immediately had a desire to run his own business, how he defines success and what it means to be an entrepreneur.

But the main topic is something we both have in common which is moving our businesses to being self managed organisations and the benefits that can bring. We’ve both been working on this over the last year and this conversation highlights lots of the actionable things Nick has done that I think are super interesting and might well prompt you to delve deeper into the topic for your own business or the business you work in.

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Nick Pulley founded Selective Asia in 2005, a tour operator that creates unique trips to Asia in a sustainable and meaningful way.

Nick is the founder of One Bottle at a Time, an initiative aimed at reducing the amount of plastic used throughout Asia by working with local NGOs.

He was also the behind the launch of the first ‘half moon’ parties in Koh Phan Ngan (which he insists are far better than the ‘full moon’ version!).

I met Nick last year when he reached out to me after we announced our 100% initiative to find out more around the thinking behind it. We’ve since had many discussions and I’ve learnt lots from him and his approach to business and travel which I’m really excited to share with you today.

We discuss how Nick got into travel and immediately had a desire to run his own business, how he defines success and what it means to be an entrepreneur.

But the main topic is something we both have in common which is moving our businesses to being self managed organisations and the benefits that can bring. We’ve both been working on this over the last year and this conversation highlights lots of the actionable things Nick has done that I think are super interesting and might well prompt you to delve deeper into the topic for your own business or the business you work in.

***

If you liked the episode we'd be super grateful if you could rate and review the show so we can get it out to as many people as possible and keep creating more content like this.

For future updates subscribe here, and you can also follow us on the social platforms below where we'll share future podcasts along with more helpful insight in various forms.

Twitter - https://twitter.com/seo_travel

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/seotravel/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/seotravel/

Thank you!

1 hr 39 min

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