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The interview you did with the jensen’s was really helpful and motivating. Our family watched it together and used their excel budget to make our own. We’re all on board and working together to earn/save.
I have been buried in my I pad all afternoon watching all the videos on how to fund travel and learning so much and getting SOO pumped!!!
It is so refreshing to find a network of people who are willing to share the secrets of their success without clinging to or hoarding information. I salute you!
Not at all. You can cancel at anytime. It takes time to watch all the interviews available, and we will continually be adding value and content, but we understand if you have to leave.
No matter what your travel goals are (long-term, short-term, expat), this interview series can provide information that can help you. You don’t have to do exactly what these travelers have done, but you will still gain powerful tips for creating more financial freedom in your life, not to mention discovering how to overcome challenges and learing to believe it can happen for you, by listening to their stories.
Yes. If it’s not currently in our library, simply connect with us and let us know your interest. We will find a traveler that is or has done it, and create the interview for you… or host a Q&A session.
Our interviews are honest and entertaining, with stories you’ll remember, and tips you’ll be able to apply right away. Every interview serves a purpose in your journey toward making money to travel. We release new Interviews or Q&A sessions every month (Currently 23 interviews, about 24 hours of training). Here are the interviews available today:
Clark Vandeventer tells you how he went from employee to entrepreneur, not by starting one giant business, but by piecing together what he calls ‘patchwork income’… multiple income sources that support his freedom lifestyle. He shares his story and tips for making it happen.
Nate and Holly Shaw have six kids, and spend months at a time exploring the U.S. and Canada. Nate works as a traveling nurse… a unique sort of job that allows him the freedom to pick and choose which locations to work from… anywhere from Alaska to Puerto Rico. They share their experience of traveling with their kids (and getting them on board), and how to become a traveling nurse.
Christian had a dream of traveling. But his new wife, Katie, wasn’t quite on board. When we interviewed them, they were driving through Central America. They tell the story of how they created the funds, how Katie got on board, and how she is able to work remotely for her employer, even while on the road.
Sean Marshall came home from work early one day. He’d been laid off. His wife, Heidi, started crying. But then she said, “Wait! This can be a good thing!” Only a couple years later, Sean was running his own successful location independent business, and their family of five moved to Cozumel, Mexico.
Colin Burns decided he didn’t like wasting his life (and money) on a mortgage. He and his wife wanted to travel instead. Restructuring his business, he found a way to work less but earn more, giving them the freedom to take their young children and explore Southeast Asia. He shares how they were able to overcome the challenges facing them, and how you can create a similar ‘freedom income.’
Jake Chesney discusses how our preconceived ideas and limiting beliefs can keep us from living a life that would be more fulfilling — i.e. that we have to live in a certain kind of house and drive a certain kind of car and follow a certain career path. He shows how being willing to think unconventionally can open up possibilities that were previously hidden to us.
Alisa and Jared were living a dream of theirs, running a retail store in Alaska. But soon they realized that they spent all their time working while the kids were in daycare, and weren’t coming out ahead. There had to be another way. They revalued their options, and focused on creating an income that would give them more time and freedom. Soon they were able to move to Mexico, and then later set off to explore Southeast Asia and more. Alisa shares how they did it, what the hardest part really is, and how you can do it too.
Greg and Lucy Jensen decided they wanted to move to Guatemala with their four boys (they’d previously lived there while younger). The challenge was they were living paycheck to paycheck, and Greg was working at a job he d. Creating a… Read more…