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Travel Freedom Podcast: Want a location independent lifestyle & income? Swap commuting for exploring and take 100% control of your work/life balance. With a dose of humour, your hosts Tommo & Megsy will set you on the path to travel freedom with weekly episodes. We interview online income experts & find the most affordable ways to live in and visit destinations around the world. We interview digital nomads and online entrepreneurs on how they make money from anywhere. Guests include John Lee ...
 
You want to start a podcast, but you’re not sure where to start. You need advice on how to grow or monetize your show, and stop being so scared that it won’t work! I can help by showing you what mistakes NOT TO MAKE and much more. Subscribe to the show and soak in the 16+ years of podcasting experience from Podcaster Hall of Fame Inductee Dave Jackson
 
Founded in 2005 the School of Podcasting is one of the Internet's first sites on podcasting. Founder Dave Jackson is a leading expert on Podcasting and his snarky attitude and entertaining delivery has lead Dave to building a large and loyal following. He helps you massage your message, tackle the technology, and flatten the learning curve of podcasting. Over 1 million downloads can't be wrong!
 
A Podcast About Influential People, Personal Growth and Being Wrong. Why? Because shared knowledge, ideas and experiences influence all of us. Host Curt Carstensen talks with people that have impacted his life, influenced his thinking and have an interesting story to tell. Each episode concludes with the "Being Wrong" segment where Curt's guests explain something they have changed their mind about.
 
Odyssey & Muse is a weekly podcast about creativity, adventure and living life without a map. Host John Jurko II (@johnjurko) dives into conversations with interesting and talented artists, travelers, innovators and adventure junkies to discuss how they brought their creations and journeys to life. John will dig into the big questions like how to overcome fears, how to plan and execute a large project, and how to discover the things that drive you. Finding your true North. Subscribe, share a ...
 
Our mission is to help aspiring travel content creators make a positive impact with the stories they tell. We do this by sharing the how and why of travel content creation through practical and inspirational stories. We interview creators who make a living by sharing their travel stories; uncovering the secrets which have given them success. We want to show you just how easy it can be to travel the world while making money. But we also want to share the "why" of travel. Why do our travel sto ...
 
Each episode features a talk with a professional photographer about the story behind what it took to capture one of their personal favorite photos. We'll hear about the travel, adventure and gear that goes into some of the world's best photography and get to know the artist on the other side of the lens. And if we're lucky, maybe along the way we'll learn a few new tricks and a little more about this great big world.
 
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Y Travel Podcast, is hosted by Caz and Craig Makepeace from the award winning Y Travel Blog. We explore the why's of travel - why you should, how you can, and what to do. We never escaped the cubicle or the rat race because we never joined it in the FIRST PLACE. Travel has always been the priority of our lives and we'll share our tips, stories and advice from 22 years of travel, no matter how our lifestyle has evolved. Solo travel, couples travel, expat travel, family travel, RV travel and d ...
 
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Gary Arndt is an award-winning travel photographer, blogger, and podcaster who has been traveling the globe for 10 years when covid devastated the travel industry leaving Gary with nothing. Gary knows the value of promotion. He's used various strategies to grow his podcast Everything Everywhere, including partnering with other podcasts, leveraging …
 
One of the most ubiquitous forms of payment today is credit cards. The odds are good that you have one, and most probably have one on your person right now. But how did it come about that you could pay for something by just giving someone a piece of plastic and who exactly came up with this idea? Learn more about credit cards, where they came from …
 
Almost thirty years ago, a rather unremarkable soccer match in an unremarkable tournament became the stuff of legend. Had it not been for a confluence of events and rules that all came together at one point in one game, it never would have happened. The result was something totally ridiculous that had never happened before or since. Learn more abou…
 
The First World War saw many innovations in warfare. Probably the most significant was the introduction of aircraft. The first military pilots didn’t really know what they were doing. There was no rulebook about how to fight with other aircraft. However, one pilot mastered the art of aerial and terrorized the allies over skies on the western front.…
 
Soon after the start of the space race, a major problem with space flight became obvious: it was really expensive. The high cost of space flight was in large part due to the fact that every rocket and spacecraft was expendable. Every trip meant a new rocket and a new vehicle. To solve this problem, in the early 1970s, the United States launched a n…
 
Countries are kind of like people. Every one of them has a name. Just like people, sometimes they change their names. The are a host of reasons why countries change their names, and for every country that does change its name, there is a different story behind it. Learn more about the countries that were formerly known as other countries and why th…
 
Prime numbers are considered to be the building blocks of mathematics. Every natural number can be broken down into the constituent prime numbers that make it up. Prime numbers have been known since antiquity and they are one of the most simple aspects of mathematics to understand, yet they remain at the center of some of the most puzzling problems…
 
The Earth is highly imbalanced. Some countries have more resources than others. Some have natural harbors, and some are landlocked. Some consist primarily of deserts, and others have fertile farmland. Some countries are islands, and some border many other countries. These differences between countries result in each having a unique set of interests…
 
Almost every day, you might check the forecast to see what the temperature will be like in the near future or if it might rain. When you hear a forecast, how exactly do they know what the temperature will be or if it will rain? Also, just how accurate are weather forecasts, and how accurate could they possibly be? Learn more about weather forecasti…
 
Podcasts are like Lay's potato chips (you can't have just one). Once you start one, Getting the itch to start a second is something people are thinking about. With this in mind, we look at questions you should ask before starting your first, second, third... podcast. Ready To Start Your Podcast? You may think nobody would listen to you, but I'm her…
 
Podcasts are like Lay's potato chips (you can't have just one). Once you start one, Getting the itch to start a second is something people are thinking about. With this in mind, we look at questions you should ask before starting your first, second, third... podcast. Ready To Start Your Podcast? You may think nobody would listen to you, but I'm her…
 
Located in northcentral Spain live, one of the most unique people in all of Europe. They have a language that is literally like no other, and even their genetics are unlike the people around them. In addition, they have a unique culture, and a mysterious history and just may have visited the Americas before Columbus. Learn more about the Basque peo…
 
The United States has created many cultural institutions which have spread around the world. People all over the Earth have enjoyed and benefited from rock and roll, Hollywood films, and the Internet. However, we’ve also created some things that have spread to other countries which, to be totally honest, are probably not our best look. Learn more a…
 
If you are an American, you probably grew up hearing the story of Thanksgiving. How the pilgrims came to America to escape religious persecution to establish a new life. But who were the pilgrims really? Were they really persecuted? Why did they decide to cross the ocean? And how did they end up where they did? Learn more about the pilgrims and eve…
 
In North West Africa, the vast wilderness of the Sahara runs into the tropical rainforests of Benin and Burkina Faso. And it is in this region, that some of Africa’s greatest empires flourished. Among them was the Songhai Empire, as well as the earlier Mali Empire, whose rulers included Mansa Musa – who flushed with gold – was reportedly the wealth…
 
On the fourth Thursday in November every year, Americans celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving. It is a holiday that originated in the Americas but has subsequently spread to many countries around the world. It is a holiday that is actually secular but with some religious overtones and has a unique set of traditions that aren’t really shared with a…
 
If you ever want to travel around the world, even if you don’t know another language, no matter where you go there is already one word you know. It is the most ubiquitous word in the world, can be found in almost every language, and it has multiple meanings. The good news is that you know the word already, so it requires no extra effort. Learn more…
 
The world has many amazing buildings. From the 2,000-year-old Pantheon in Rome to the gleaming new Burj Khalifa in Dubi, humanity has been reflected in its buildings. However, some of the greatest architectural concepts were buildings that were never built. Whether it was due to a lack of money, having ideas ahead of the technology to build it, or …
 
Gary Arndt is an award-winning travel photographer, blogger, and podcaster who has been traveling the globe for 10 years when covid devastated the travel industry leaving Gary with nothing. Gary knows the value of promotion. He's used various strategies to grow his podcast Everything Everywhere, including partnering with other podcasts, leveraging …
 
In 1872 the first international football match took place between England and Scotland. Since then, international football has been at the apex of world sport. Starting in 1930, a quadrennial competition has been held where the greatest national teams competed to determine the world champion. Learn more about the FIFA World Cup, its history, and th…
 
During the Roman Republic, two brothers took it upon themselves to seek to change Rome to benefit the poor and underclass. Needless to say, the Roman elites did not like this and did everything in their power to ensure it didn’t happen. …and the elites were successful. But in the process, they changed Roman history forever and put the Republic on a…
 
On March 25, 1911, one of the deadliest industrial disasters in American history took place. In the middle of Manhattan, a fire broke out in a garment factory that killed 146 people. Most of the deaths were totally preventable, and the legacy of that incident had repercussions that still exist today. Learn more about the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory…
 
Every few years, without any schedule or planning, officials at the International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service will add an extra second to the year. The reason why this is done does make sense, but adding an extra second to a year can cause a host of problems, and many are wondering if it is a practice that should be continued. Lear…
 
In 1942, Allied forces attempted a landing on the coast of France to gain a toe hold on the continent. Thousands of men took part in the landing…and it was a disaster. Over a thousand men were killed, and over 2,000 were captured. Despite being a massive failure, the lessons learned from that raid paved the way for the massive success of the invasi…
 
Human beings have been around for hundreds of thousands of years. For the vast majority of that time, the total population of humans has been quite small. Then, quite suddenly, at least in the grand sweep of history, the population of humanity exploded. Now, it appears that humans might be on the cusp of a new era of demographics, the likes of whic…
 
When Alexander the Great died, one of his generals and best friends, Ptolemy, took Alexander’s corpse and went to Egypt to establish a new pharaonic dynasty. One of the things he did during his reign was to begin construction on what would become one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. It stood for over a thousand years and was unlike the wo…
 
This podcast episode discusses the pros and cons of using artificial intelligence to help with copywriting for a podcast, and whether or not it's worth it. Is the Capsho software really worth the price tag? Ready To Start Your Podcast You may think nobody would listen to you, but I'm here to tell you they will. I have proven strategies to help you …
 
This podcast episode discusses the pros and cons of using artificial intelligence to help with copywriting for a podcast, and whether or not it's worth it. Is the Capsho software really worth the price tag? Ready To Start Your Podcast You may think nobody would listen to you, but I'm here to tell you they will. I have proven strategies to help you …
 
For over 300 years, the Romanov family ruled over the Russian Empire. After the Communist Revolution, Tsar Nicholas II abdicated the throne, and he and his family were placed under house arrest, where they ultimately met a grizzly fate. For decades after their deaths, the world wondered what happened to them until their bodies were discovered and i…
 
Children are highly inquisitive and are always asking questions. One of the most common questions that children have is, “why is the sky blue?” It is a simple and reasonable question, yet the answer is rather complicated, and most adults really aren’t sure why the sky is blue. Learn why the sky is blue and how to answer a child’s most common questi…
 
Located between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland, in the middle of the Irish Sea, lies one of the oddest political jurisdictions in the world. It isn’t a country, nor is it a territory of another country. For the most part, it has autonomy over its affairs, yet it depends entirely on another country for its survival. It has an ancient histo…
 
In 1648, Europe saw the end of two of the most horrific wars that had ever been seen on the continent up until that point. The treaties which ended these conflicts established an international order which overturned the system which had existed for centuries and established a new order which, in many respects, still exists today. Learn more about t…
 
Mauritania, one of Africa’s largest yet least talked about countries holds a dark secret: slavery. While slavery in various forms continues to exist around the world, in Mauritania its on a massive scale having been woven into the very fabric of society. In fact, the loathsome practice was only criminalized 15 years ago. But whereas the emancipatio…
 
Every four years, Americans go to polling places where they do NOT decide who will be President of the United States. These elections usually aren’t given as much historical attention as presidential elections. Nonetheless, they can be extremely important and can influence a president’s agenda. Learn more about the history of midterm elections and …
 
There was a time when languages had no punctuation. Not only did they not have punctuation, but they also didn’t even have spaces between words, and in some cases, they didn’t even use vowels. It was extremely confusing if you were trying to read something, so eventually, people began inserting marks and characters into text to make it easier to re…
 
The Roman Empire was one of the greatest empires in the ancient world. In its wake are a host of languages based on Latin, as well as many cultural institutions which still exist. While the Roman Empire is gone, when exactly did it cease to exist? Learn more about exactly when the Roman empire fell and if such a thing even makes sense on this episo…
 
In a world where we are constantly bombarded with images and noise, it's easy to forget the power of words. But words are still the most powerful tool we have for communication. They can be used to connect with others, to share our stories, and to create change. Podcasting is one of the most intimate forms of communication. It's a way to use words …
 
In a world where we are constantly bombarded with images and noise, it's easy to forget the power of words. But words are still the most powerful tool we have for communication. They can be used to connect with others, to share our stories, and to create change. Podcasting is one of the most intimate forms of communication. It's a way to use words …
 
For over two years and 850 episodes, I have been providing you with daily podcasts on a wide assortment of topics. Now, for the first time, I’m letting you take over the show by answering whatever questions you might have had about anything and everything, including Everything Everywhere. Prepare to enjoy answers to questions provided by listeners …
 
On February 15, 1971, the United Kingdom had a landmark day in its history. On that day, the country’s currency was changed after centuries of a currency system with very little change. It was a day that was years in the making. It wasn’t the currency that changed, however. Rather it was how the currency was divided. It was the change that changed.…
 
Most people think of the second world war as being a mechanized war fought with tanks, planes, jeeps, and ships. This is true, it was certainly a mechanized war. However, there is a part of the war which is often overlooked—aspects of ancient warfare which played an important part in World War II. Learn more about horses in the second world war, th…
 
In 1910, a German Earth scientist noticed something about the map of the world. South America seemed to fit into Africa. North America seemed to fit into northwest Africa and Europe. He proposed that the continents may at one time have been joined and subsequently moved. The scientific community laughed at him and rejected his idea. Learn more abou…
 
In 1968, American high jumper Dick Fosbury introduced a new way to compete in the high jump. His new technique worked so well that he won an Olympic gold medal, and within a few years, everyone used his method of high jumping. Fosbury’s innovation isn’t the only one in the track and field world. There have been several other technique innovations i…
 
Many movies and television shows have as their plot some disaster that eliminates the United States government. As a result, some low-level cabinet official becomes president, who then has to solve the crisis. How accurate is such a scenario? What really would happen if multiple members of the executive branch were incapacitated? Learn more about t…
 
It was the worst economic depression that the United States had ever seen. The stock market crashed. Thousands of businesses went bankrupt. The unemployment rate hit 20% There were soup lines and an army of homeless scattered throughout the country. It was not the Great Depression. Learn more about the Panic of 1893, the forgotten depression which …
 
Is podcast production getting stale? It seems you either do a solo show, or an interview show. The big networks do narrative style, and next week your Granma is launching a true crime show... Patrick Keller from the Big Seance show wanted to know if anyone was ignoring those "Podcasting Best Practices" and if so, why? (Please note podcasting best p…
 
Is podcast production getting stale? It seems you either do a solo show, or an interview show. The big networks do narrative style, and next week your Granma is launching a true crime show... Patrick Keller from the Big Seance show wanted to know if anyone was ignoring those "Podcasting Best Practices" and if so, why? (Please note podcasting best p…
 
Despite what you might have been told, Christopher Columbus and his expedition were not the first Europeans to reach the Americas. Almost 500 years earlier, a small group of Norse settlers arrived on what is today the Island of Newfoundland. Yet, their presence on the continent was short-lived and no one ever came after them. Learn more about how V…
 
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