Do you want to learn how to travel the world for as long as you desire, on your terms while spending less money? Whether you're a travel newbie dying to figure out how to explore the world, an occasional traveler longing to make your holiday everyday, or an experienced globetrotter seeking unique ways to keep traveling full time, you're in the right place. Travel expert Jason Moore from ZeroToTravel.com chats with adventurous people living life on the road so you can discover new ways to travel endlessly. Jason and his guests share insanely actionable advice and key resources, getting down and dirty on topics like; starting and running an online business from anywhere, travel and work opportunities, gutsy budget travel strategies, surprising ways to earn free travel, the digital nomad life, unconventional travel based lifestyles, fun travel jobs, how to plan epic adventures, backpacking, 4 hour work week inspired topics, and everything in between. Jason has wandered the planet for 15+ years working as a tour manager in events/music, an adventure travel tour guide, a trash sweeper, and now as a location independent entrepreneur running businesses on the fly. He is obsessed with doing whatever he can to help you explore our crazy planet, no matter what your current situation or experience. Let's do this! Subscribe now and welcome.
How To Become The Hero In Your Own Life w/ Derek Loudermilk
Are you the hero in your own life?Today's guest is Derek Loudermilk who is an adventurer, business coach, best-selling author, and fellow podcaster just to name a few things but in this chat, we are discussing being the hero in your own life. Derek shares five thought reversals that can help you in your hero journey, how paying attention & being aware can actually lend itself to being able to do more of what you love, and why your internal dialogue directly influences your external life. This show is a little more on the woo-woo side so please keep an open mind and sit back and enjoy.Which of the 5 thought reversals spoke to you the most? What was your biggest takeaway from today's episode? Let me know by sending me an audio message (please) or shoot me an email over at Jason@ZeroToTravel.com.Tune In To Learn:12:45 From Digital Nomad To Going Home18:25 Raising Your Kids Unconventionally23:10 Transitioning From Your Old Life To A New One30:00 Tips On Owning Your Identity36:00 The 5 Thought Reversals56:15 Asking The Right Questions Of Yourself01:01:15 Learning About Yourself01:03:10 Advice On TravelAnd so much moreResources:Find Derek on his websiteListen To Derek's podcastFollow Derek on Facebook | Instagram Camp IndieWant More?16 Mindset Hacks To Help You Travel Long TermExploring Your Limiting Beliefs & Finding Your Purpose w/ Kathleen SinclairHow To Add More Play Into Your Life w/ Jeff HarryPlease head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel podcasts!
Immersion Travel: Becoming A Porter In Nepal w/ Nate Menninger
As a traveler what is the best thing you can do to have a richer and fuller experience and a closer connection with the countries you are visiting?Today's guest is Nate Menninger who traveled to Nepal and talked his way into working one of the world's toughest jobs, being a porter in the Himalayas & the subsequent film on his experience. This job is not for the weak and includes carrying crazy amounts of bags for trekkers and getting supplies to the small villages that are in need so the strength is both physical and mental. He is one of the first foreign-born people to take on this job and we get into the dynamics that this caused, how this relates to his overall travel experience and the surprising thing he did right after working with the porters in Nepal plus how he was able to learn the language enough to create meaningful conversations so quickly.What trip had the biggest impact on your life? What were the changes you felt after returning home? Let me know by sending me an audio message (please) or shoot me an email over at Jason@ZeroToTravel.com.Tune In To Learn:09:15 Running With The Bulls, Diving In Belize, & Free Housing in South America19:50 The Art Of F' Perfection24:30 Speaking The Language 28:45 The Vow Of Silence & It's Effects On The Body & Mind35:10 A Crash Course In Empathy40:45 The Dichotomy of Porter to Hollywood42:50 Breaking Into The World Of Being A Filmmaker & A Porter48:30 The 101 Of Being A Porter & Being A Responsible Traveler56:25 What Should We Do When We Go To Nepal?59:00 Most Surprising Aspect Of Being A Porter01:01:10 Being Accepted By Other Porters or Not01:05:35 Why Authentic Travel Should Matter To You?01:09:50 What's Next?And so much moreResources:Find The Porter Film on the websiteFollow The Porter Film on Instagram | YouTubeZero To Travel Trekking Nepal SeriesSide Hustle Success Challenge Starts on January 11th, 2021Camp IndieWant More?Trekking Nepal SeriesNepal Trekking Season: When To GoThe Best Treks In NepalPlease head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel podcasts!
How To Make 2021 An Epic Travel Year
Do you want to make 2021 an epic travel year?Since our normal has been shattered in 2020, maybe it is time to create our new normal & how can we do that while still having an epic travel year? With the vaccine rolling out and a light at the end of the tunnel, this is the time to start dreaming and planning your travels and I want to share 3 simple steps to world travel in 2021.What did you carve out for yourself in 2021? Will you be planning travels? Let me know by sending me an audio message (please) or shoot me an email over at Jason@ZeroToTravel.com.Tune In To Learn:03:10 Prioritizing Matters07:35 Commitment Can Look Different09:05 A Call Out To My Action TakersAnd so much moreResources:Location IndieSide Hustle Success Challenge Starts in January 2021Camp IndieWant More?5 Cures For The Travel Pandemic BluesExploring Your Limiting Beliefs & Finding Your Purpose w/ Kathleen SinclairHow A Pilgrimage Can Transform Your Life w/ Paul BarachPlease head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel podcasts!
7th Annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular
Are you ready for the 7th Annual Norwegian Christmas Spectacular?Well, it's here!Relish in your traditions as if you are a traveler seeing and experiencing them for the first time. Even though you are home, take a fresh look at your traditions and truly appreciate and enjoy them. It is also never too late to start some new traditions that you can carry on into the future.Have a wonderful Holiday wherever you are!Today you'll hear all about celebrating Christmas in Norway:05:20 Meaning Of The Norwegian Christmas Song07:15 Finding Joy In The Everyday Things12:00 Traditions That Can Be Annoying Now But Are Amazing To Look Back On20:15 Celebrating Those Magical Moments25:35 Why Do Traditions Matter?26:45 2020 Lessons LearnedAnd so much moreWhat are the positives that have come out of 2020 for you? Let us know in the comments below!Want More?1st Norwegian Christmas Spectacular2nd Norwegian Christmas Spectacular3rd Norwegian Christmas Spectacular4th Norwegian Christmas Spectacular5th Norwegian Christmas Spectacular6th Norwegian Christmas SpectacularPlease head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel podcasts!
How To Add More Play Into Your Life w/ Jeff Harry
How important has "play" been in your daily life? Today's guest is the king of play (& shimmies), Jeff Harry, and as a coach & international speaker, he travels the world talking to major companies like Google, Amazon, and Southwest Airlines about how to tap into their true selves while embracing their happiness and fulfilling lives. We as adults spend a lot of time pretending to be important, serious grownups, but it's when we let that facade down and just play, that the real magic in our lives begins to happen.Jeff & I, get into how play and travel mix, the importance of unleashing our inner child on both our physical and mental health and how play can help you find your purpose in life. I hope you walk away from this episode with permission to play more and enjoy a little more "you" time. What was your biggest takeaway from this episode? Will you be allowing yourself more play in your day to day life? Let me know by sending me an audio message (please) or shoot me an email over at Jason@ZeroToTravel.com. Today's episode is being sponsored by the amazing folks over at Tortuga Backpacks which, you know, are my favorite backpacks in the world. Tune In To Learn:13:20 What Is Play & Is Travel Play?18:50 Setting Yourself Up For Success Using Play25:35 How To Battle Against Toxic Positivity30:35 Does Technology Hamper Play34:25 Managing Business & Play41:50 How Did Jeff Get Into This53:10 Being "Cool" Is The Archnemesis Of Play58:00 Enjoying The Ride & Learning From The Failures01:01:00 The Journey Before The Journey01:05:15 Let The Moment Just Be The Moment01:08:30 Weirdest Thing About You That People Don't Know01:12:35 The State Of Culture In America01:18:55 Book Recommendations01:23:10 Challenge For The Zero To Travel Podcast CommunityAnd so much moreResources:Check out Jeff on his websiteFollow Jeff on Instagram | Youtube | Tiktok | TwitterTortuga BackpacksLocation IndieCamp IndieWant More?5 Cures For The Travel Pandemic BluesExploring Your Limiting Beliefs & Finding Your Purpose w/ Kathleen SinclairHow A Pilgrimage Can Transform Your Life w/ Paul Barach
How A Pilgrimage Can Transform Your Life w/ Paul Barach
Do you have the urge to start changing the path that you are currently on? Can you find purpose while on a pilgrimage, even if religion doesn't play a role in your everyday life?The definition of a pilgrimage is a journey, especially a long one, made to some sacred place as an act of religious devotion but do you really have to be religious in the traditional sense to take on and gain from a pilgrimage.I am talking to my buddy, Paul Barach, about the journey he took on Japan's Shikoku pilgrimage, the power of movement, the importance of having a purpose, and why setting goals is not just an arbitrary exercise but can actually get you to those places you want to go in the world. Plus, we get deep into why society may be built to make us miserable and what you can do about it. This and so much more is going down on today's episode thank you for joining us and I hope you not only enjoy but get something meaningful out of this episode.Which pilgrimage has been on your bucket list and why? If you have ever been on a pilgrimage, which one and how much did religion play a part in your journey? Let me know by sending me an audio message (please) or shoot me an email over at Jason@ZeroToTravel.com.Today's episode is being sponsored by the amazing folks over at Tortuga Backpacks which, you know, are my favorite backpacks in the world.Tune In To Learn:08:55 Movement Plays A Big Role In Your Life & Travels15:30 Do You Know What Is Driving You Forward?16:30 Choose What You Want To Become & The 7 Goals22:00 The Shikoku Pilgrimage & Its History27:05 Travels Prior To The Pilgrimage & The Last Hurrah29:40 The Travel Mind Can Begin In College Classes30:40 What Was The Draw To Shikoku vs Other Pilgrimages?32:30 The Expectations Of A Pilgrimage43:00 Learning To Let Go & Accepting The Experience Wholly47:50 The Length Of The Shikoku Trail & The Logistics50:30 What Did The Last Day Feel Like?54:20 Returning Back To Life & Work 55:35 Goals vs Just Being59:20 Being Present In The Struggle Is To Be On Your Journey01:02:40 Gratitude In The Storm & The Small Celebrations01:06:35 Fighting Monks & Burning Mountains: Misadventures On A Buddhist PilgrimageAnd so much moreResources:Check out Paul's book "Fighting Monks & Burning Mountains"Follow Paul on InstagramTortuga BackpacksLocation IndieWant More?The Ultimate Guide To Budget Travel In Japan: Destination Discovery SeriesA Journey To The Wild Ends Of The Earth w/ Dan RichardsHiking Spain, Pack Hacks, & How To Meet Other TravelersPlease head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel podcasts!