On today’s episode, you will hear Paul talking with Lerato Majikfaerie about midwifery and natural birthing as a modern nomad. Lerato (LE-RRATO, Magic Farie) is a home birth midwife having practised remotely around South East Asia and a mother to a 13 year old daughter who was raised Unschooling and traveling around the world. Lerato is Very focused on natural living, and now based in Australia in the rainforest where they’re establishing an intentional community with a goal of creating a birthing house.
This week’s episode focuses on travel blogging. Do you want to start a blog or are you already a blogger, but struggling what you can create out of your blog? Then listen to Paul and Caroline Makepeace, the co-founder of ytravelblog.com one of the world’s biggest travel blog and have been featured by notable brands such as Forbes, CNN, The Today Show, Virgin Australia, Expedia, and Lonely Planet and was one of the top digital travel influencers to be invited to the White House.
On today’s episode, Paul talks with Eli David about startups for nomads. Eli is a founder of StartupBlink, a global startup ecosystem map. He is also a digital nomad for more than 6 years and writes about his adventures at Become Nomad. He traveled in more than 60 countries and lived in more than 30 (for more than a month).
On this week’s episode, Paul talks about earning Location Independent Income through Real Estate with Paul Moore. When Paul entered the real estate sector, he completed over 85 real estate investments and exits. He also appeared on an HGTV Special Real Estate episode, rehabbed and managed rental properties, built a number of new homes, developed a waterfront subdivision, and started two successful online real estate marketing firms. Three successful developments, including assisting with development of a Hyatt hotel and a multifamily housing project, led him into the multifamily investing arena.
On today’s episode, Paul invited Joe Kashurba. Joe grew the freelance web design business that he started in high school into a digital agency with a virtual team and clients around the world. He went from building $300 websites to building $30,000 websites and managing 6-figure digital advertising budgets for some of the largest manufacturing and construction companies. Joe now advises and mentors other freelance web designers and digital agency owners on how to develop and scale their businesses.