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Radically Different

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Stories of young people around the world pursuing lifestyles and career paths that break from the norm. Hosted and produced from the road by Sam Kern. Follow Radically Different on Instagram @radicallydifferentpodcast

Latest Episodes

E6: Digital Nomads Pt. 2 - How to become a digital nomad

Ready to travel the world and make money from your laptop? In Digital Nomads Pt. 2, I continue the conversation with the five digital nomads from the previous episode. We discuss various ways of making money remotely, where digital nomads go and how much it actually costs to live there, tips for overcoming the unique challenges digital nomads face, and the ethical considerations of the lifestyle. This final episode of Season 1 is a toolkit of examples, strategies, and advice to get you started on your location independent journey.

42 MIN2019 MAY 10
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E6: Digital Nomads Pt. 2 - How to become a digital nomad

E5: Digital Nomads Pt. 1 - The location independent revolution & the new American Dream

Digital Nomads: A new generation of people traveling and working remotely at the same time. But what is it really like to be one? I talk to 5 digital nomads and thought-leaders about the pros and cons of the lifestyle, how they become location-independent, and what this revolution means for the world.

39 MIN2019 MAY 3
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E5: Digital Nomads Pt. 1 - The location independent revolution & the new American Dream

E4: Lisa Nesser - Building a social enterprise abroad

Lisa Nesser arrived in Thailand 15 years ago with $500 in her bank account and a round-trip ticket home. But after seeing the way Burmese refugees were being denied entrance to Thai schools, she decided to open her own school in her back yard. Since then, she’s created a small empire of social enterprises in Chiang Mai (a vegan restaurant, a zero-waste store, a donation center, and many more), and has mentored dozens of Burmese refugees to help them start their own successful social enterprises. Lisa is a powerhouse social entrepreneur, and it was an honor to sit down with her for this conversation.

46 MIN2019 APR 26
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E4: Lisa Nesser - Building a social enterprise abroad

E3: "Ex-pats" in Thailand - What it's like to live abroad long-term

What would it be like to live in Thailand long-term? In this episode, I sit down with a group of young Americans doing exactly that.

53 MIN2019 APR 19
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E3: "Ex-pats" in Thailand - What it's like to live abroad long-term

E2: "Unlearn everything" - Why Nicole Hecker is cycling across the planet

Nicole Hecker is a 26-year old American currently cycling 15,000 miles from Thailand to Spain over the course of a year and a half.

50 MIN2019 APR 12
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E2: "Unlearn everything" - Why Nicole Hecker is cycling across the planet

E1: “Here there’s still gold” - The Entrepreneurs of Saigon

In my first day alone in Vietnam's capital of Saigon (now called Ho Chi Minh City), I stumble upon a group of westerners who are launching startups in Vietnam. Why build a business in Saigon, of all places? Because the way they see it, the economic situation of Vietnam offers the best possible chance of getting rich.

49 MIN2019 APR 5
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E1: “Here there’s still gold” - The Entrepreneurs of Saigon

E0: Introducing Radically Different

Radically Different is a new podcast series about young people around the world living and working in ways that break from the American norm.

8 MIN2019 MAR 26
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E0: Introducing Radically Different
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Latest Episodes

E6: Digital Nomads Pt. 2 - How to become a digital nomad

Ready to travel the world and make money from your laptop? In Digital Nomads Pt. 2, I continue the conversation with the five digital nomads from the previous episode. We discuss various ways of making money remotely, where digital nomads go and how much it actually costs to live there, tips for overcoming the unique challenges digital nomads face, and the ethical considerations of the lifestyle. This final episode of Season 1 is a toolkit of examples, strategies, and advice to get you started on your location independent journey.

42 MIN2019 MAY 10
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E6: Digital Nomads Pt. 2 - How to become a digital nomad

E5: Digital Nomads Pt. 1 - The location independent revolution & the new American Dream

Digital Nomads: A new generation of people traveling and working remotely at the same time. But what is it really like to be one? I talk to 5 digital nomads and thought-leaders about the pros and cons of the lifestyle, how they become location-independent, and what this revolution means for the world.

39 MIN2019 MAY 3
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E5: Digital Nomads Pt. 1 - The location independent revolution & the new American Dream

E4: Lisa Nesser - Building a social enterprise abroad

Lisa Nesser arrived in Thailand 15 years ago with $500 in her bank account and a round-trip ticket home. But after seeing the way Burmese refugees were being denied entrance to Thai schools, she decided to open her own school in her back yard. Since then, she’s created a small empire of social enterprises in Chiang Mai (a vegan restaurant, a zero-waste store, a donation center, and many more), and has mentored dozens of Burmese refugees to help them start their own successful social enterprises. Lisa is a powerhouse social entrepreneur, and it was an honor to sit down with her for this conversation.

46 MIN2019 APR 26
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E4: Lisa Nesser - Building a social enterprise abroad

E3: "Ex-pats" in Thailand - What it's like to live abroad long-term

What would it be like to live in Thailand long-term? In this episode, I sit down with a group of young Americans doing exactly that.

53 MIN2019 APR 19
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E3: "Ex-pats" in Thailand - What it's like to live abroad long-term

E2: "Unlearn everything" - Why Nicole Hecker is cycling across the planet

Nicole Hecker is a 26-year old American currently cycling 15,000 miles from Thailand to Spain over the course of a year and a half.

50 MIN2019 APR 12
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E2: "Unlearn everything" - Why Nicole Hecker is cycling across the planet

E1: “Here there’s still gold” - The Entrepreneurs of Saigon

In my first day alone in Vietnam's capital of Saigon (now called Ho Chi Minh City), I stumble upon a group of westerners who are launching startups in Vietnam. Why build a business in Saigon, of all places? Because the way they see it, the economic situation of Vietnam offers the best possible chance of getting rich.

49 MIN2019 APR 5
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E1: “Here there’s still gold” - The Entrepreneurs of Saigon

E0: Introducing Radically Different

Radically Different is a new podcast series about young people around the world living and working in ways that break from the American norm.

8 MIN2019 MAR 26
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E0: Introducing Radically Different
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