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Travel the world, run your business, and embark on an epic quest! This is the podcast where you learn how to live a life of adventure. Whether you are trying to build a business, become a digital nomad, advance in your career, share your art with the world, or push your body to perform, the Art of Adventure brings you the insights you need from world-class performers who are pushing the boundaries of their field! Derek Loudermilk is a professional adventurer, bestselling author, business str ...
 
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Today’sguest on the Art of Adventure podcast is the super enthusiastic, young, andremarkable storyteller, keynote speaker, and best-selling author of The Third Door: The Wild Quest to Uncover Howthe World’s Most Successful People Launched Their Careers, AlexBanayan. WhenAlex was in college, before his final exams, he procrastinated and instead, ...…
 
Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure podcast is a Singapore-based hypnotist, multi-time best-selling author and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Practitioner, Lee McKing (first name McKing – in Singapore they reverse the naming order). Named as such because his father believed he was destined for greatness, McKing has his fair share o ...…
 
Today’sguest on the Art of Adventure podcast is the CEO of blockchain media company, publisher,and author, Sir John Hargrave. This is the third time John has been with us inthis podcast, and this time, he will be talking about the blockchaintechnology. His latest book, Blockchainfor Everyone: How I Learned the Secrets of the New Millionaire Cla ...…
 
Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure podcast is the New York Times bestselling author and national award-winning journalist, Alex Hutchinson. Alex primarily focuses on endurance and fitness. In fact, his latest book, ENDURE: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance, explores the science of endurance. Alexbegan his care ...…
 
Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure podcast is the author, speaker, and a well-known thought leader on lucid dreaming, Robert Waggoner. Robert wrote the book, Lucid Dreaming: Gateway to the Inner Self. For ten years, he has been co-editing the The Lucid Dreaming Experience online magazine. He has been lucid dreaming for over four decades, sin ...…
 
Have you ever been un-motivated? Today, let us talk about that because this is something that happens to everyone, even myself. Motivation is not just a problem where you need to work harder or apply more will power. It is full of information – it is telling you something. Your lack of motivation may be because you are not connected with who yo ...…
 
Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure podcast is the leader in subconscious self-transformation, Jim Fortin. Jim is a Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) master practitioner. Jim is a well known international sales trainer for 6,7, and 8 figure businesses. He runs the podcast, Transform Your Life from the Inside Out. Jim may be best known for hi ...…
 
Today’s Five-Minute Friday episode is about the time when I moved my family – my wife and my two little kids – to Portugal, in the spring of 2019. We moved to Portugal for three months were we ended up living in a town called Atouguia Da Baleia, near one of the surfing capitals of Portugal – Peniche. It was pretty close to the beach. We were in ...…
 
Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure podcast is one of the best learners in the world, David Wood. David has appeared in our previous episodes and now he’s back with more interesting things to impart. David shares how he is reinventing his coaching business. As if he is not as interesting as he already is, David had, at one point, the world’s ...…
 
Ghandi Fasting In the last five years, I have gone about forty days without food, mostly just consuming water. Some of these fasts are short, just two sleeps – basically a day of fasting – some of them are long, having gone for as long as eight days. I started experimenting with fasting when I lived in Bali, because a lot of people do juice fas ...…
 
Some of you may know that I used to be a scientist. I was in grad school, studying viruses in the hot springs of the Yellowstone National Park and I discovered a new species of virus. I recently interviewed my academic mentor and adviser, Mark Young, and he talked about his discoveries. Now, I want to tell you about how it was for me. I was sit ...…
 
It's amazing how much overlap there is between parenting and coaching. Half the time, I am coaching high performers, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders. The other half, I'm dealing with a two-year old. Both of them make me become better at the other. So here are the lessons that I learned from my toddler that you can use for your business. Feel ...…
 
My guest in this episode is the Virologist, Mark Young. Mark is a fellow in the American Academy of Microbiologists, an awarded distinguished lecturer, and on the board of the society of virology and many universities and organizations. His work has been cited over 15,000 times. Mark Young was my academic adviser and mentor when I was a grad st ...…
 
Before I coached entrepreneurs, I coached professional athletes and there is a lot of overlap. Here are 10 entrepreneurship lessons that translate from from the world of Pro sports: Manage your energy. Pro athletes know that the most important thing is recovery. In sports, you can't improve unless you give your body time to rest and adapt. Lear ...…
 
Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure podcast is the amazing copywriter and persuasive writer, Chen Lehner. Chen has quickly grown a six-figure business running ad campaigns for other businesses. He teaches people how to write persuasively and write sales copy. He also helps entrepreneurs make money online. Chen considers himself a healer. He h ...…
 
This is the story of the nearly deadly snowstorm It's dusk and I'm clawing my way out of the snow. I have just fallen off of the trail to neck-deep snow and I am using my ski to make stairs so that I could climb out of this pit of snow back onto this narrow trail and I could hardly see where I'm going because it's winter, and Valentine's Day, t ...…
 
Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure podcast is a great writer, influencer, mentor, and founder of Digital Press, Nicolas Cole. Cole started as one of the top-ranked teenage gamers in the World of Warcraft and had since then found his way through the workings of the internet. He started a blog about gaming and became one of the most read blogs ...…
 
This is the story of how I came face to face with a mountain lion. It was sunset and I was running on the trails of the Santa Rosa plateau in California. We were staying there for a couple of months with my wife's family and everyday I would go up to this nature preserve with is this amazing trail, much like an African savanna. It had rocky out ...…
 
The guest on today’s podcast is the founder of Citrus and Gold, a marketing, coaching, and consulting business for thought leaders, Akansha Agrawal. As she puts it, Akansha helps purpose-driven brands find their voice & master their messaging to attract their dream customers and to create marketing content that not only sells but also feels goo ...…
 
For my 36th birthday last week, I decided to ride the longest ride I had ever done - 200km. I had ridden long rides before, including races that were more than 170 km, but this would be just me and the open road. We are living in Portugal for a few months, and there are no mountains here, but there are also no flat places. I could expect just a ...…
 
"People with privilege have a duty to do good things for the world" - Tommy Joiner Today’s guest on the podcast is one of the co-founders of a seven-figure business, the ContentPros, Tommy Joiner. As a teacher and entrepreneur, Tommy started his freelancing business from nothing. With his skills, creativity, and interest for numbers, his busine ...…
 
Want to know how to get free trips and luxury hotel stays for being an influencer? People get really excited about getting free trips, gear, or luxury hotel stays just by posting on Instagram. And guess what? It's totally possible and probably easier than you think. The biggest thing is learning how to ask for what you want. Sometimes hotels an ...…
 
"Is the best possible result worth risking the worst result?" – Kristy Arnett Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure is professional poker player and risk and relationship coach, Kristy Arnett. Kristy also hosts #RiskEveryday, a self improvement podcast. Kristy hosts a popular vlog about poker on YouTube. In this episode, Kristy shows us how ris ...…
 
Today's Five-Minute Friday is about how I am moving my family to Portugal. I recorded this episode a few days before I moved with my family to Portugal - including my two-year old and four-month old. (We have now been in Portugal for two weeks) So, how does this all work? We booked our flights using airline miles accumulated from all those trav ...…
 
“All of us are architects of the games in our lives and games of other people’s lives. We have to make a great game where everybody can win more.” – Casey Fenton Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure is the co-founder of CouchSurfing, Casey Fenton. Founded over ten years ago, CouchSurfing was one of the first global communities for travelers an ...…
 
“Instead of being busy, I’m much more interested in living life with intention.” – Shelby Stanger Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure is an adventure podcast host herself, Shelby Stanger. Shelby hosts the Wild Ideas Worth Living podcast, a show that interviews people who have taken wild ideas and made them a reality. She is now on her third s ...…
 
Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure is Andres Roberts, founder of the Bio-Leadership Project and Way of Nature. The way Andres applies what he has learned from nature is pure, clear, and inspiring. Through his studies and introspection, Andres has realized that the best way to impart his knowledge, realizations, and discoveries with leaders, ...…
 
One concept from the book that I'm really excited about is the importance of lived experience in shaping leaders. That is, we must go beyond an intellectual understanding of an experience and be fully immersed to really understand what it feels like. This is something that I struggle with during those times when I'm not out adventuring. I read ...…
 
“Without any risk, life would be boring. I’d much rather risk it and have some good stories and have those experiences.” – Paul Kuthe Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure is Paul Kuthe, the pioneer of the discipline of sea kayak surfing. He plays on the waves like a surfer on a sea kayak and pushes the edge in the sport of kayaking. Paul also ...…
 
Today, I'm going to tell you about my latest book project: Experience: the Revolution. This will be my second book and the pre-sale campaign is on Publishizer. My first book, Superconductors, was also launched through Publishizer, a crowdfunding literary agency. Experience the Revolution is about leadership lessons taken from transformative exp ...…
 
“You have to be generous to everything around you.” – Rachel Rudwall Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure is Rachel Rudwall, also known as Rachel Roams. She’s an EMMY-nominated explorer, TV host, producer, travel blogger, influencer, and all-around fun travel personality. She has done creative projects in over seventy countries and on all seve ...…
 
This is a quick run-through of my journey to become a digital nomad - that is, a rundown of all the businesses I have had that have let me travel the world and create freedom in my lifestyle. I often talk about being a digital nomad when asked to speak publicly or when presenting workshops or keynote speeches. Afterwards, people often come up t ...…
 
“Magic is the science of applied consciousness.” – David Solomon Today’s Art of Adventure episode is probably the longest interview I've had to date and it’s all because my guest, David Solomon, is so incredibly fascinating. In addition to being a wizard, David is a Stanford MBA, has worked at Google, and is the author of Magic is Real: How to ...…
 
I’m back with the Five-Minute Friday episode! Today, we talk about travel, the gut microbiome and the ability to eat anything, anywhere in the world! I used to be a microbiologist, so today I'm going to nerd out a bit and uncover a little science. The world's most-traveled man, Mike Spencer Bown, told me that he believes his longevity, and the ...…
 
“There is still so much to be discovered.” – Melissa Monte Today you get to hear a uniquely collaborative episode that I co-host with Melissa Monte of the heartfelt podcast Mind Love. Melissa is a certified yoga teacher and reiki healer. She’s also certified in Accelerated Free Fall Skydiving and is a student of meditation and mindfulness pract ...…
 
“If you don’t communicate, especially in this day and age, you ain’t gonna get nothing.” – Scott Touzinsky In this final Paternity Leave episode, we hear from American Olympic volleyball gold medalist Scott Touzinsky as interviewed by Dave Stelmacki of Touring Families. During his career, Scott played in volleyball leagues around the world and ...…
 
“It really shines through that you can find people in the world who are just genuinely nice, good people. And it’s nice to be reminded of that.” – Heather Sherry In this third Paternity Leave episode, we listen to one of the top the travel podcasts in the world, Extra Pack of Peanuts. In their “The Reason We Travel” episode, Travis Sherry and h ...…
 
"I had to detach myself emotionally from the whole cycle.” – Michael Scott Moore" In this Paternity Leave episode, we get to listen to Jordan Harbinger’s interview with Michael Scott Moore, from his podcast, The Jordan Harbinger Show. Here, Michael shares what he went through and how he survived his 32-month experience as a Somali pirate hostag ...…
 
“As humans, we have so much capacity.” - Colin O’Brady In this first Paternity Leave episode, we listen to the Life Athletics Podcast by Nik Wood where he talks with Colin O’Brady, a professional endurance athlete, public speaker, and a holder of world records. Colin holds the record for the fastest man to complete the Explorers Grand Slam, hav ...…
 
“It’s that process in the middle that a lot of creative people can’t push through until the end to create the reality.” – Sara Callow Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure is my good friend Sara Callow, the founder/editor of Ubud Hood, a one-stop-shop for everything Ubud, Bali. An Australian with a penchant for traveling, she finally settled in ...…
 
“It’s more than hair; it’s an experience.” – Matt Javit Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure is the Anthony Bourdain of barber shops, Matt Javit. He is the host and creator of World Barber Shop Adventures and the podcast, which he runs with his wife, The Passport Joy. Matt grew up in a military family, doing a lot of moving around when he was ...…
 
In 2007, I was an aspiring professional bicycle racer, and I went to Malaga, Spain for the winter to train. The goal was to go somewhere warm, with a strong cycling culture, in a Spanish-speaking country. A cycling mentor was from the town of Frigiliana, Spain, and advised the southern coast of Spain (Costa del Sol) as an ideal winter training ...…
 
"There are still wild, pristine places in the world"– Oliver White Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure is the fishing legend, thought leader, owner of Bair's and Abaco Fishing lodges, and co-founder of Indifly, Oliver White. Oliver has carved a unique place for himself in the fishing world, as he is known for going to far off places and catch ...…
 
“As long as I keep on trying, you could never say that I failed.” - Johan Ernst Nilson Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure is the environment explorer, motivational speaker, author, and eco-warrior, Johan Ernst Nilson. He has been a global adventurer for more than 20 years and a Guinness world record holder. Johan has embarked on a journey fr ...…
 
“I always focus on what I truly want, which is, have passion in my life.” – Alan Burak Today's guest on the Art of Adventure Podcast is the investor and entrepreneur who manages Never Alone Capital, a multi-million dollar investment business and CPF Wine and Liquor which is in forty-two countries around the world, Alan Burak. Alan shares with u ...…
 
I realized that after sending a single email to Jim Rogers, he quickly responded and came on the podcast. Jim is a really busy person, so I was astounded with his generosity that he would respond so quickly. This, however, is not unique. I am able to quickly get some of the most amazing adventurers, entrepreneurs, and people that have a lot on ...…
 
"Humor is a skill, let's understand the techniques behind it"- David Nihill Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure Podcast is the author, public speaker, speaking coach, and entrepreneur, David Nihill. David believes that humor is an important skill in connecting with people. Anyone could be funny, especially on stage, by looking at certain tech ...…
 
Last year my family and I discovered the town of Zadar, Croatia. The No.1 hot spot for nomads according to Nomad list. We lived in Zadar for 3 months and in this Five Minute Friday episode I share with you our wonderful experience staying in this culturally rich town. Some of the highlights I share in this episode : • About our neighbor Anna -a ...…
 
“You have to really focus on your self-awareness because it will be the number one predictor of your success.” – Jason Treu Today’s guest on the Art of Adventure podcast is the executive coach, relationship builder, impressive networker, and self-awareness expert, Jason Treu. Jason works with teams and individuals to help them maximize their pe ...…
 
What makes a true Adventurer stand out from other travelers? What traits and mindsets do they hold that set them apart? An Adventurer (is): They would rather talk and learn about different people than ignore or avoid something they don’t understand With lines and border crossing and different customs, but dislike beaurocracy The only way to mai ...…
 
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