In today’s episode, I have my good friend Faten Zardi on the show to talk about how she sets up her retreats. She’s hosted her first retreat and already planning her second!
Faten has already put on one retreat and is in the process of putting together another. I thought it would be GREAT to bring her on to talk about this because this is something I would love to do myself as well!
I know retreats are a big thing in the digital nomad space so if you’re thinking of putting one on yourself, or even if you’re just attending one, you’ll get a good idea of the things you’ll need to consider.
In today’s episode, I have my old friend Dom Wells on the show to talk about building remotes teams in your business.
Dom has done a fantastic job building his business to 6 figures over that past few years. I knew Dom from way back in the day when we were both working with affiliate websites and Dom’s goal was to have 5 figure months. It’s been great watching his journey.
What’s gotten Dom to the level of success he has right now is the team he’s built in his business. So in this episode, we dive into how he’s built that team.
In today’s episode, I have two good friends of mine on the show to talk about utilizing goal planning to get shit done in your business… We talk about long term and short term goal setting.
Tom and Ariana Sylvester are two people who CRUSH IT when it comes to planning and organisation. This was something I definitely needed help with so after we had a chat about my own goal setting I just HAD to bring them on the show.
We dive into how with proper planning, you can achieve incredible things in your business. You won’t we wasting time trying to find the right things to do and will have a roadmap to reaching your goals.
Not only do we talk about how to apply this in your business but also with a family. Tom and Ariana have children and run 3… Yes, 3… Businesses so they have to have shit in check!
In today’s episode, I have Kay Fabella on to talk about finding your voice and building an audience in a language you don’t speak fluently. Kay moved to Spain without speaking the language all too well (which you can tell with her travel story at the end haha) but has built a strong business with the Spanish-speaking world.
Kay Fabella is a storyteller and communications strategist. She helps business owners around the world develop a communication strategy to meaningfully connect with their audiences — and meet their business goals. Kay is also a world-recognized author, speaker, and trainer. A Los Angeles native, she’s built her dream business from Spain to help bring brands to life in English and Spanish. She’s also been featured in international media including The Huffington Post, El País and EFE Emprende.
The woman has some skills!
In this episode, I have Paul Lam from the Path Hunters podcast on the show to talk about his first two weeks in Chiang Mai Thailand… The largest digital nomad hotspot in the world.
Paul is a fella I got to connect with inside a digital nomad community who turns out also lives in Toronto! However, he recently moved to Chiang Mai and when we recorded this episode he’d only been there for 2 weeks.
I thought it would be PERFECT to have Paul come on the show and have travel stories episode where we can talk about his experiences in Chiang Mai so far. I also talk about my experiences packing everything up and heading to another country as well.
In today’s episode, I have Danielle Isbell from Snaps, Scribbles and Suitcases on the show where we discuss how safe solo travelling really is. There’s always this preconceived idea that travelling alone is dangerous, well we bust through that.
Solo travel can be very safe so long as you’re sensible and use a little common sense. I know people who’ve spent 6 months travelling around Africa solo without issues… People who’ve stayed in the homes of complete strangers without trouble.