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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.

Zero To Travel Podcast Jason Moore

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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.

    900 Miles Biking (With No Clothes, Money or Bike!)

    900 Miles Biking (With No Clothes, Money or Bike!)

    What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about the ingredients that make an epic adventure?


    George Mahood's adventure took shape during a night at the pub when he and his buddy devised a plan to cycle the full length of Great Britain with nothing but their underwear- no clothes, no money, and no bike! If that’s not epic, I don’t know what is!


    If you’re curious about what it takes to have once in a lifetime experience centered around the generosity of strangers, then you don’t want to miss this week’s episode. 


    Have you ever tried traveling outside the box to create a one-of-a-kind experience? I'd love to hear your story and hope you will share it by sending me an audio message.


    Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Check out Zero To Travel Premium Passport.


    Today's episode is being sponsored by the amazing folks over at Wildly Goods which helps to keep me (and my feet) ridiculously comfortable and blister-free through all seasons. 


    Tune In To Learn:
    07:30 Why George and Ben decided to cycle the length of Great Britain with no clothes

    11:10 Exactly what is need to have an adventure

    15:00 How terrible weather helped George and Ben get started

    16:30 What George learned about money

    19:00 The best and worst parts of having no money

    22:30 Stories about some of the most unusual and generous people they met

    26:50 Why cycling with less changes the usual troubles that come with bike trips

    29:00 How George self-published his book about the trip

    31:10 The processes of documenting the adventure

    34:10 Incorporating adventure into daily life

    38:20 How to settle back into normal life after an adventure

    40:30 George’s advice for anyone who wants to have an adventure

    And so much more


    Resources:
    Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport

    Wildly Goods Today's Sponsor

    Check out more of George’s books

    Stay Up All Night Night

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    Norway To Cape Town On A Tandem Bike + How Sweet It Is

    How to Live Your Nomad Dream: One Family’s Epic Bike Ride

    Viking Biking: Opening Up Doors Wherever You Go

    • 44 min
    The First Woman To Walk Around The World with Polly Letofsky

    The First Woman To Walk Around The World with Polly Letofsky

    Have you ever had an idea or goal so ambitious you questioned whether it could ever come to fruition? 


    Polly Letofsky’s mission to bring global awareness to breast cancer came to reality through walking for 5 years straight, through 4 continents, 22 countries, and over 14,000 miles.


    If you are wondering what it takes to follow your dreams, no matter how out of reach they feel, then tune in to hear about how the first woman ever to walk around the world made it happen. 


    What is your larger-than-life goal? I'd love to hear about it and hope you will share by sending me an audio message.


    Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Check out Zero To Travel Premium Passport.


    Today's episode is being sponsored by my favorite language learning tool Pimsleur. This program is used by millions of people and is so much more exciting, engaging and it works!


    Tune In To Learn:
    11:00 How many pairs of shoes it takes to walk 14,000 miles

    13:50 Finding inspiration to create clarity, creativity, and connectivity through walking

    19:15 What it takes to make the leap from an idea to an action

    23:00 Why faith and trust in the world makes all the difference

    28:20 How to find common ground across cultures

    31:30 What it’s like to navigate a “Forrest Gump” like status

    35:00 Mental perseverance and the importance of expecting tough times

    38:40 Highs and lows from walking around the world

    43:50 Why walking is a great mode of travel 

    47:20 How sacrifice can lead to future growth

    52:40 Transitions and rediscovery upon returning to the U.S.

    59:20 Practical tips for bringing big goals and dreams into reality

    And so much more


     


    Resources:
    Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport

    Pimsleur - Todays Sponsors

    Check out Polly’s website

    Learn more about Breast Cancer Awareness and Lions Club

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    The World Walk (4 Years In) With Tom Turcich

    Walking Across America

    Trekking Logistics 101, The 10 Essentials, What To Bring and More

    • 1 tim. 12 min
    How To Get Off The Beaten Track with Gunnar Garfors

    How To Get Off The Beaten Track with Gunnar Garfors

    Are you the type of traveler that avoids crowded tourist destinations at all costs?


    Accomplished author and globe trotter, Gunnar Garfors, shares his experience and wisdom gained from seeking out the road less traveled and writing a book about the hidden secrets of his home country Norway.


    If you’re curious to learn more about how curiosity and adaptability can help you achieve a one-of-a-kind adventure experience, you don’t want to miss this episode.


    What is the most memorable travel experience that led you somewhere unexpected? I'd love to hear about it and hope you will share by sending me an audio message.


    Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Check out Zero To Travel Premium Passport.


    Today's episode is being sponsored by the amazing folks over at Wildly Goods which helps to keep me (and my feet) ridiculously comfortable and blister-free through all seasons. We also have my favorite language learning tool back as a sponsor and that is Pimsleur. This program is used by millions of people and is so much more exciting, engaging and it works!


    Tune In To Learn:
    10:40 How the pandemic influenced Gunnar’s travels and deep dive into Norway

    18:30 What exactly does getting off the beaten track mean

    22:00 How to research and plan for a trip outside off tourist hot spots

    26:50 Advice for connecting with locals amongst diverse cultures and customs

    33:10 Thoughts on exposing unexposed locations

    35:30 A few favorite destinations and experiences that helped inspire the book

    55:10 Gunnar’s proudest accomplishment in writing "Beyond the Beaten Track”

    58:15 Reflections on living away from home and whether world travel is back

    01:04:05 Top 3 takeaways from Gunnar’s interview 

    And so much more


    Resources:
    Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport

    Wildly Goods  & Pimsleur - Today's Sponsors

    Learn more about all of Gunnar’s adventures on his website and follow his Instagram

    Check out Gunnar’s Podcast Globsrulett

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    Visiting Every Country In The World...TWICE with Gunnar Garfors

    Getting Off The Beaten Path with Writing Legend Joe Cummings 

    Lessons From Traveling To 193 Countries While Working Full Time w/ Brian Asher

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    How To Do A Lifestyle Redesign

    How To Do A Lifestyle Redesign

    Are you feeling like it’s time for a change but not sure how or where to start? 


    Today the tables have turned as I am joined by my best bud and business partner Travis Sherry who puts me in the hot seat and helps me reflect on how life has changed over the past two years and develop a vision of what the next two have in store.


    If you feel like it’s time for a lifestyle redesign of your own, tune into this week's episode to find inspiration and insight as we reflect on the past and shape future goals.


    What does your ideal lifestyle look like and how has it changed over the past few years? I'd love to hear from you and hope you will share by sending me an audio message.


    Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Check out Zero To Travel Premium Passport.


    Today's episode is being sponsored by my favorite language learning tool Pimsleur. This program is used by millions of people and is so much more exciting, engaging and it works!


    Tune In To Learn:
    10:20 What is lifestyle design anyway? 

    15:50 Reflecting on a few major life changes that took place over the past two years

    22:10 Positive results that have come from slowing down

    25:50 Obstacles and challenges I’ve encountered in my new design 

    30:40 What the next two years would look like in an ideal scenario 

    35:20 Why it’s okay to reevaluate and course-correct when something isn’t working

    41:40 How to start your personal lifestyle redesign

    46:40 What one of our listeners is doing to redesign her future

    And so much more


    Resources:
    Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport

    Pimsleur - Today's Sponsor

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    How Location Independence Can Change Your Life For the Better

    Should I “Follow My Passion?"

    Lifestyle Design and Beating Your Own Path with Marc Freccero

    • 51 min
    Tips For Travel To Europe This Summer

    Tips For Travel To Europe This Summer

    Are you wondering whether the time has finally come to escape to Europe this summer but still feel apprehensive to pull the trigger on travel plans?


    Travel Journalist and NY times contributor Paige McMclanahan shares her thoughts on traveling Europe in 2021 from the unique perspective of someone who left the U.S. in 2008 to travel the world, eventually settling down in a small village in the French Alps.


    If you are someone who is itching to travel to Europe but invested in being a responsible and respectful world citizen in a post-pandemic world, then you don’t want to miss this episode. 


    Do you have any international travel plans this summer? I'd love to hear what they are and hope you will share them by sending me an audio message.


    Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Check out Zero To Travel Premium Passport.


    Today's episode is being sponsored by the amazing folks over at Wildly Goods which helps to keep me (and my feet) ridiculously comfortable and blister-free through all seasons. We also have my favorite language learning tool back as a sponsor and that is Pimsleur. This program is used by millions of people and is so much more exciting, engaging and it works!


    Tune In To Learn:
    10:40 How, where, and why Rachel settled down in the French Alps

    15:00 Falling in love with the French culture as a child and now resident

    17:20 Being drawn to a place you've never been

    21:30 Living away from Family and the freedom to create a new culture

    26:15 Working for the UN and the experience of an expat vs immigrant

    32:30 Travel in Europe today and how tourism effects local culture

    38:30 What does Europe opening up look like this summer and how to navigate "over-tourism"

    46:00 Resources for exploring natural areas abroad

    52:10 Is it worth it to travel to Europe in Summer of 2021?

    56:20 Picking a place you love to be and settling there

    And so much more


    Resources:
    Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport

    Wildly Goods  & Pimsleur - Today's Sponsors

    Learn more about European Travel on Paige's Blog

    Follow Paige on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn

    Check out the IUCN Green List

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    How To Travel Europe on a Budget w/ Andy Steves

    Discovering The Hidden Europe w/ Francis Tapon

    How To Road Trip Around Europe

    • 1 tim. 2 min
    Choosing The Travel Life with Rachel Hill

    Choosing The Travel Life with Rachel Hill

    Have you ever dreamt of hopping off the corporate ladder to retire early and immerse yourself in world travel?


    Accomplished author, marketing expert, podcaster and influencer Rachel Hill has been living this dream since the age of 27 when she retired from her career in IT to pursue a life of full-time travel and launch her first (of many) 6-figure business along the way.


    Tune into this week's episode to learn more about Rachel's travels to over 70 countries and hear the story of how she made the leap from the Corporate ladder to embrace the unknowns of adventure and entrepreneurship.


    Where would be the first place you'd visit if you quit your day job for full-time adventure? I'd love to hear your thoughts and encourage you to share them by sending me an audio message.


    Don't forget that if you want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a bonus episode every month (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more. Check out Zero To Travel Premium Passport.


    Today's episode is being sponsored by my favorite language learning tool Pimsleur. This program is used by millions of people and is so much more exciting, engaging and it works!


    Tune In To Learn:
    10:40 How growing up in Florida sparked Rachel's passion for Travel

    15:00 Playa Del Carmen as a home base

    17:20 How traveling with an open mind and letting go of expectations can lead to epic experiences

    20:20 Transitioning from the corporate IT world to full time Travel

    26:50 How to navigate shame and listen to your soul over society's expectations

    31:30 What it was like to solo backpack for the first time in Asia

    36:15 Advice on female solo travel and the power of intuition

    40:40 How evaluating what's important is the first step in making change

    44:15 Memorable travel moments from visiting over 70 countries

    47:70 How to generate income while traveling

    55:30 Launching a digital product and the future of influencers

    01:02:40 Best advice for creating a life of travel

    And so much more


    Resources:
    Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport

    Pimsleur - Today's Sponsor

    Find Rachel on her Website

    Follow Rachel on  YouTube

    Listen to Rachel's Podcast The Marketing War Room

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    Solo Road Tripping

    The Location Free Lifestyle 

    Solo Travel, Coffee, and Blackpacking w/ Jarika Johnson

    • 1 tim. 12 min

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