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The New Nomad

Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski

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The New Nomad is not just a podcast, it’s a community of people, ideas and spirit. We share that Nomad spirit as Andrew and I have lived the nomad existence, Andrew in locations like Brazil, Ghana and the Netherlands and my travels to more than 70 countries ranging from Estonia, Croatia and Costa Rica and interesting destinations in between. We will be sharing discussions that will help you take full advantage of the cross-border lifestyle. Weekly, we will interview leaders in the cross bord ...
 
That Remote Life is a podcast focused on helping you become location independent in order to live life on your terms. Serial entrepreneur and traveler Mitko Karshovski interviews some of the most successful entrepreneurs and digital nomads to help uncover the strategies and skills to help you reach the same success. Follow Mitko's journey in real-time as he builds his own location independent business and shares all the lessons and experiences. If you are someone who wants to get out of a de ...
 
The Remote Podcast is for anyone looking to become a digital nomad and join the location independent movement. The podcast features in-depth and unfiltered one-on-one interviews with digital nomads. It gives you a behind-the-scenes look at what a location independent lifestyle is really like. Living a remote lifestyle is a choice. Through listening to each guest’s story, you’ll see that there are infinite ways in which you can live and work remotely. All you need is a computer, internet acce ...
 
Nomad Tactics is a weekly podcast co-hosted by two veteran nomads. The episodes focus on providing practical how-to tips, and hacks. Best of all the hosts try to combine all tricks they discuss into a wider system that aims to optimize your nomadic life in every possible way. On an occasional basis, there are interviews with a variety of top-notch digital nomads, perpetual travelers, expats, location independent workers, remote workers, and travel hackers.
 
The Remote Cafe is the Podcast that dives into all things around the Remote Work Culture through conversations with Remote Workers, Remote-First Leaders within Leading Companies, and Location Independent Entrepreneurs around the World. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/socialmediaclub Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robsotheraccount LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robbalasabas
 
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Today on the podcast, Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Taylor Jacobson (@TaylorJacobson), the founder, and CEO of FocusMate - a virtual coworking community with a mission to help everyone do their best work. FocusMate connects thousands of people across 193 countries worldwide to sit side-by-side, via video, to keep each other company, cheer each othe…
 
Today on the podcast, Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Alex Harling (@AlexanderHarli7) from DynamiteJobs.com. Alex has been living in Colombia with his wife Lina for the last 2 years and during this episode, the two discussed why Colombia is so attractive for digital nomads if Colombia is a safe place to set up a home base, and what Alex’s top recomme…
 
Today on the podcast, Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Ken Weary (@kenweary), the COO of HotJar. Since joining HotJar in 2016, he has scaled the remote first culture of the company from a team of 14 to over 350 people distributed across more than 50 countries (and growing). In his role, he oversees the company’s Finance, People, Compliance, and Busine…
 
Across cultures and centuries, people of varied means have made homes for themselves and those they care about. The people who live with us and the material possessions with which we furnish our home space are essential aspects of the place where we dwell. Complex interactions with all these elements give a definition to home as we see it. And as w…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by a favorite guest here on TRL, Goncalo Hall (@Gonzohall). Goncalo has just returned from Pipa, Brazil where he is in the process of launching the first Digital Nomad Village in Brazil. During this episode, they discuss what makes Brazil such an attractive destination for digital nomads, what most pe…
 
The transition from a full-time job to a digital nomad or location-independent work can be extremely exciting. But as with any lifestyle change, you’ll need to plan and make some adjustments to avoid unnecessary stress and overwhelm. You’ll need to be flexible about where and how you work. Not having unrealistic expectations can save you some frust…
 
Today on the podcast, Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Vance (@MyLatinLife) from My Latin Life, a site dedicated to helping you travel and live in Latin America since 2014. Vance and Mitko took a deep dive into why you should consider visiting or setting up a home base in Latin America. They covered safety, top tips for traveling in the region, and so…
 
Today on the podcast, Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Raimee Iacofano (@Raimee I.), or as you may know on social media Raimee Travels. Raimee has been working remotely for the past 6 years in roles related to the content, social media marketing, writing, and video production. She has worked for the hugely popular blog NomadicMatt, helped create the M…
 
As we emerge on the other side of the Covid crisis, one thing is clear: remote work is here to stay. Employers were finally awakened to the advantages of enabling work-from-anywhere for knowledge workers, which includes access to a global talent pool without the hassles of relocation; the flexibility afforded employees directly translates to produc…
 
Today on the podcast, Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by return guest Dan Andrews (@TropicalMBA), the co-host of the Tropical MBA Podcast and the co-founder of Dynamite Circle and Dynamite Jobs. Dan stopped by to talk about their remote job board Dynamite Jobs and how their offering has changed since COVID, why jobs are evolving and becoming more fracti…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Iwo Szapar (@IwoSzapar), the founder and CEO of Remote-How the world's leading marketplace for remote & hybrid work experts, and Co-founder of the Remote-First Institute. Since 2017, Iwo has advised over 600 companies (including Walmart, ING Bank, and Microsoft) to help them optimize their distribu…
 
Telling stories is one of humankind’s abiding, defining impulses. So when you become a travel storyteller, you’re tapping into one of the deepest and richest veins of the human experience. Truly great stories succeed in extracting meaning from the everyday. They are also the record of two corresponding journeys: a journey in the outer world and a j…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Kaleem Clarkson (@kaleemclarkson), the COO of BlendMe Inc, a remote people operations consultancy that helps startups and small businesses transform into high-functioning remote or hybrid workplaces. He has been featured in Harvard Business Review, named to LinkedIn’s Top 10 Voices in Remote Work, …
 
Don’t spend all your effort and time planning for the perfect vacation then overlook the importance of adding a travel insurance policy to that plan. As a traveler, you are vulnerable to accidents, diseases, and other issues which is why you need to take up travel insurance. We know travel insurance can seem like just one more expense, but you'll n…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Sarah Hawley (@sarahriegelhuth), the founder, and CEO of Growmotely which connects culture-first companies and professionals from all over the world to do great things. Sarah is also the author of Conscious Leadership. During this episode, Mitko and Sarah discuss how remote work is redefining the c…
 
Copywriting is super overwhelming when you’re just getting started. Most remote jobs either require years of experience. But not copywriting. With copywriting, you don’t need to have ANY experience to get started. You don’t even need to have a college degree. All you need is a love of words and a desire to learn. And the best part? Once you get goo…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Cassie Holmes (@Cassie Holmes), a professor at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management where she focused her research on the most important topic of all - happiness. Her new book “Happiest Hour" explores how to beat distraction, expand your time, and focus on what matters most. During this episode, Mi…
 
Have you ever gone sailing? How about living on a boat? Well, it’s not for everyone. While many people think sailing is all smooth seas, sunshine, sunsets, and beautiful beaches, it’s also a lot of hard work and can be incredibly challenging. Sometimes we just need a little inspiration or some friendly reminders about why we continue to battle the …
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Jon Hillis (@JonathanHillis), the founder of Cabin City, one of the first decentralized cities in existence. During this episode, Jon and Mitko discuss what it actually means to be a decentralized city, the overlap of remote work and Web3, and why over the next 20 years we will see a dramatic shift…
 
This is an outtake from my weekly newsletter Remote Insider where I share the top news in remote work and the digital nomad movement so you're never the last person in your friend group so you never have to feel like you’ve been living under a rock. It's completely free and has been called "mandatory reading" by other subscribers. To get the full s…
 
When you are a digital nomad, meeting your peers is an essential component of advancing your career as well as maintaining a healthy remote work-life balance. One of the biggest downsides of being a remote worker is the loneliness that can accompany traveling alone. Especially for newly transitioned nomads, a helping hand goes a long way. Digital N…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Crosby Melendi (@CrosbyGraceTravels), a freelancer, entrepreneur, and content creator. Mitko first came across Crosby’s work on Instagram where she has almost 100,000 followers and routinely shares tips about working remotely and what it’s like to live as a full-time digital nomad. Crosby has been …
 
This is an outtake from my weekly newsletter Remote Insider where I share the top news in remote work and the digital nomad movement so you're never the last person in your friend group so you never have to feel like you’ve been living under a rock. It's completely free and has been called "mandatory reading" by other subscribers. To get the full s…
 
Short-term vacation rentals have created a good deal of controversy since the start of their existence about ten years ago and have been growing at an incredible speed ever since. Besides the financial aspect, they broaden the local community's involvement in tourism and offer travelers a different and sometimes unique option. While staying in a ho…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Liam Martin (@liamremote), the co-founder of Time Doctor. Liam is also the co-author of the new book Running Remote which bares the same name as the hugely popular remote work conference he organizes. During this episode, they discussed why Liam decided to write this book, what are the biggest mist…
 
This is an outtake from my weekly newsletter Remote Insider where I share the top news in remote work and the digital nomad movement. It's completely free and has been called "mandatory reading" by other subscribers. To get the full scoop you can subscribe at thatremotelife.com/remoteinsider In this episode: After months of waiting Indonesia has fi…
 
Being a digital nomad means having the freedom to pursue a career without being tied down to a desk. Digital nomads include freelancers, independent contractors, and employees who prefer remote work to an office cubicle. When you're living on the road full-time or close to it, there are some important financial considerations to weigh in the balanc…
 
When costly dental or medical procedures became unavoidable, many people from countries with a higher cost of living are willing to consider getting it done overseas. Cost is one of the main reasons why people travel overseas for medical procedures. In some countries, elective procedures can cost a fraction of the price of getting it done in the US…
 
Being good with money is about more than just making ends meet. All of your financial decisions and activities have an effect on your financial health. It’s always important to consider what we should be doing to help improve our financial health and habits. Money management can help you have a better handle on your income and spending so you can m…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by not 1 but 2 experts in remote work - Chase Warrington (@dcwarrington), the Head of Remote at Doist, and frequent guest of this podcast Darren Murph (@darrenmurph), the Head of Remote at GitLab who you may remember from episode 160. After the last time Mitko spoke with Darren, he realized they still…
 
Have you ever felt that where you are now is not where you are supposed to be? Maybe you’re not sure about the right way forward, only that the path you’re on now isn’t it. You pondered and pondered and the only thing you could think of doing is travel. Traveling is one of the most effective ways to clear your mind off things and regain focus on wh…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Stephanie Lee (@superLEE7) the founder of CloutMonster where she helps clients like Ramit Sethi get featured in publications like Forbes, Business Insider, The New York Times, and many others. During this interview, Stephanie shared why she decided to retire from the digital nomad lifestyle after d…
 
It’s a tale as old as time. You finally get to go on that fantastic vacation, and then you end up coming down with a terrible cold or gaining a few unwanted pounds. Whether you’re traveling for business or taking your family on a holiday vacation, the last thing you want is an injury or illness to derail your time away, especially if you’re traveli…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Darren Murph (@darrenmurph) the Head of Remote at GitLab. Darren is the original Head of Remote helping to create the position at GitLab and was instrumental in the creation of their now legendary remote work structure During this interview, Darren discussed how being the most prolific blogger in t…
 
Exploring unknown terrain, hearing different languages, and experiencing different cultures, food, smells, sounds, sights, beliefs, and rituals have made people kinder, more adaptable, and more grateful. Rest and reflection are essential parts of a successful and happy life. Travel is a valuable opportunity to process challenges, including loss. Tr…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Nicole Caba (@cookiewhirls) the founder of Avvinue a B2B service that works with airlines around the world to enable them to better assist passengers traveling with a pet. Avvinue also has a customer-facing feature that streamlines the process of buying tickets and flying with a pet by providing al…
 
It is a great sight to see that countries have done and keep on doing things to accommodate every traveler, disabled or not but ravel can be pretty tricky for some non-disabled people, especially those with disabilities as there are many barriers to travel experienced by people with a disability. But would you let people (or curbs) tell you that yo…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Jodie Cook (@cookiewhirls) an entrepreneur, author, course creator, AND competitive powerlifter. Jodie is the author of the new book - The 10 Year Career which lays out a framework for entrepreneurs to take them from beginner to selling the business, what you can expect across that journey and what…
 
Technology has changed the world tremendously. It has made life easier and more convenient. Traveling has evolved with the advent of technology. People are often hesitant to travel because it seems like too much trouble. Planning a trip is a time-consuming process and people often have difficulty finding time to plan the trip. Technology has made i…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Evan Hock (@Evan_Hock) the cofounder of MakeMyMove.com a marketplace for remote worker relocation offers. Essentially communities across the US use MakeMyMove as a place to publish the offers they have set up in an attempt to attract remote workers like you. During this episode, Evan and Mitko disc…
 
The digital nomad lifestyle could be an exciting possibility if you’ve caught the travel bug and want to break free from the shackles of your 9-5 life. Whether you chose to work for a company or yourself, becoming a digital nomad doesn’t mean pigeonholing yourself in a specific role. Your job just has to be fully digital. While remote work is becom…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Andrew Fiebert (@andyfieb) the founder of GetLasso and Listen Money Matters which is one of the largest personal finance blogs on the internet and the Listen Money Matters podcast, which is not running anymore, but when it was, it was one of the biggest personal finance podcasts. Andrew is a serial…
 
COVID-19 opened our eyes to the remote work world but there are organizations that thrive in the remote work lifestyle way before the pandemic hit. What quickly became apparent to many office-based teams is that employees could be productive and focused when not in the office - in many cases, even more so. Employers everywhere began to understand t…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Wes Kao (@wes_kao) the cofounder of Maven - the first course platform focused specifically on Cohort-Based Courses. Wes came up with the idea of cohort-based courses while she was working with Seth Godin and together they launched the AltMBA which was the first cohort-based course of this kind on t…
 
Traveling is the most fun thing to do, but it can become a nasty affair if you don’t do it right. You are venturing somewhere completely new and you really don’t know what things will be like there when you arrive. It’s always a massive learning curve when you leap into the unknown. That's why proper research and planning are necessary to make it e…
 
Today on the podcast Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by Lauren Razavi (@LaurenRazavi) the author of the new book Global Natives which is out now at Holloway Books. She is also the Director of Special Projects at SafetyWing where she heads the Plumia project which is on a mission to build the first country on the internet. During this interview, Lauren a…
 
Phone interviews are just as important as in-person interviews, so adequately preparing for them can influence your success. Many companies use phone calls with candidates who look good on paper to determine if those applicants are ready to move to longer, more in-depth interviews. Actually, with the right approach, phone interviews can be seen as …
 
Today on the podcast, Mitko (@mitkoka) is joined by his good friend Chase Warrington (@dcwarrington), the Head of Remote at Doist and the host of the About Abroad podcast. This was a wide-ranging conversation during which they explored topics like traveling with a pet, why we’ve reached the age of long-term nomading, the appeal of vanlife, and what…
 
Storytelling in Podcasting is an essential skill that allows you to capture attention and engage with listeners. When you aim to reach your audience through spoken words, no matter what your motive is, podcast storytelling is a powerful tool that can help you make that impact, which you desire. Even if you’re teaching a lesson or speaking about a s…
 
Follow me @mitkoka Follow Stefan @stefanpalios 💬 Topics Discussed: Why Stefan bought a mansion in Canada and his plan to turn it into a coliving / coworking space How Stefan’s studies in socioeconomics helped him as a freelancer The importance of being a quality writer in the digital age Are there any skills Stefan had to master during his studies …
 
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