"Travel Punks" is about ordinary people on a global stage, swapping tips, talking shit, and expanding the horizons of what is possible.
#12: Tys Sniffens | Off-the-Grid Adventures and One-Bag Luggage Solutions
Today's guest on the Travel Punks Podcast is Tys Sniffens, founder of Idea Mountain and inventor of The Journey Travel Packing System. From a yert on his off-the-grid compound, Tys flips the script and starts interviewing me as we discuss dance-shoe shopping, losing my luggage between Berlin and Stockholm, and the ingenious backpack-within-a-backpack modular design of the Journey, the only luggage a seasoned traveler really needs. You can buy the Journey Travel Packing System at ideamountain.com.
#11: Lisa Szkatulski | Irish Quarantine and the Benefits Trap
Today’s guest on the Travel Punks Podcast is Lisa Szkatulski, author of Faithful Nomad: Seven Rules for Finding Your Path … When There Is No Destination. We talk about the most impactful country she ever visited, why job benefits are b******t, and how incurring $115,000 worth of medical bills before the age of 35 changed her outlook on life.
Connect with Lisa on Instagram at @faithfulnomad or check out her story at faithfulnomad.com.
#10: Reneé La Tour | An unexpected year in Malaysia for a Fancy Nomad
Reneé La Tour is a self-style fancy nomad and a co-founder of Business Finance
Blueprint, a coaching program that teaches aspiring entrepreneurs how to build
a laptop-only business in the lucrative business and equipment finance niche.
In this episode, Paul and Reneé talk about how the COVID-19 pandemic turned
her stay in Malaysia (a country Paul won’t even visit because of a Joaquin
Phoenix movie) from one month to an entire year. They also talk about her
family’s struggles with drug addiction, rideshare adventures in defying local
transit laws, and how massive Malaysia sometimes feels like a little sister to tiny
Connect with Reneé on LinkedIn to check out her free master class on equipment
finance entrepreneurship to see if Business Finance Blueprint is right for you.
#9: Jean Devlin | Colombian Dance Festivals and Human Design Charts
Jean Devlin is one of the founders of Austin Body Collective. In this episode Paul and Jean admire the view, discuss crashing a dance festival in Colombia (she has tickets, he does not), and Jean reads Paul’s Human Design chart in front of a live microphone, God help him. Check out her work at austinbodycollective.com or on Instagram at @austinbodycollective.
#8: Dylan Ogline | Laptop Nomads and the End of College
Dylan Ogline is the founder of Ogline Digital, a seven-figure digital marketing agency. He is also the founder of the digital entrepreneurship training program Agency 2.0. We talk about what it’s like to run his business from the balcony of his condo in Bangkok; shit on boomers for the eleven-millionth time; contemplate the end of the orthodox system of American education; and reminisce about his childhood in rural Pennsylvania, getting drunk in the back of a limo owned by his family friends’ chauffeur company. Learn more about what he has to offer at dylanogline.com
#7: Aran Gahribpour | Forbidden Tango and Trippy Airport Decorations
Aran Gharibpour is a teacher of Philosophy born and raised in Tehran, the capital of Iran. We talk about his trip home to Iran during this pandemic; how the Doha Airport seems to have been decorated by a Swiss guy on a bad Walt Disney acid trip; one of several reasons why you shouldn’t go rock climbing on the Iran/Iraq border; and the underground tango scene in a country where dancing is illegal.
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