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Travel Wisdom Podcast -travel and learn languages for success and money

travelwisdompodcast@gmail.com (Ladan Jiracek)

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Travel Wisdom Podcast -travel and learn languages for success and money
Travel Wisdom Podcast -travel and learn languages for success and money

Travel Wisdom Podcast -travel and learn languages for success and money

travelwisdompodcast@gmail.com (Ladan Jiracek)

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Can travel be more than just a fun thing to do? Could it also provide some benefit and learning experiences later in life? I have always thought this and this is why I have relentlessly travelled the world and now have been to over 80 countries. I have always thought that I was planting the seeds of wisdom while in faraway lands. Through experiences with foreign people, cultures, concepts, and ways of doing things I learned much more than anything I could've done while at home. I interview amazing guests, bestselling authors, scientists, successful business people, dating experts, travel junkies, polyglots (people who speak more than 3 languages), and anybody who I think is interesting for the growth of our listeners and I as people. I think by doing this we can plant the seeds of wisdom which will ultimately lead to our success in career, business, money, relationships, self-worth, and generally being a more well-rounded person. But it requires you to be active making this happen. What do you think?

Latest Episodes

4 years of constant Couchsurfing with Shawn Paris

Shawn Paris has spent the last 4 years of his life essentially homeless. He has stayed with around 200 couchsurfing hosts in the US, France and Japan while going around and performing. I hosted him for a few days and we ended up talking about the benefits of living like this. I had done something similar in 2017 and although I got sick of it after a year, it definitely had its benefits. It is definitely possible to save rent money or money on a mortgage and spend that on travel instead.

32 MINAPR 18
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4 years of constant Couchsurfing with Shawn Paris

Lingoda gives live language lessons which can be for free, with Joe Uong

I talk to myfriend here in Gainesville, Joe Uong. We met because of his great language ability in German which he had only been learning a few months. His secret was using a service called Lingoda. Here they offer group language lessons in German, French, Spanish, or Business English. You have a teacher and go through specific language lessons with up to 4 other students via a video Zoom meeting. Joe ended up doing theirquarterly language half Marathon where you if you complete 15 hour-long classes per month for 3 months then you get half of the 109 euro (~$122) monthly course fee refunded!! For the language full Marathon you would get all of the219 euro (~$245) monthly charge refunded if you completed 30 hour-long courses!!! You can get free language lessons! Joe and I talk about the service and some of the benefits over using a free service like Duolingo. Each has its purpose. I ended up using Lingoda for the half Marathon also and I really ended up enjoying how much my language l...

28 MINAPR 11
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Lingoda gives live language lessons which can be for free, with Joe Uong

Traveling the world in the 70s like a hippy with Tom Hughes

I met Tom at a conference last year and we really hit it off because of both of our travels. Turns out he travelled all around the world many decades ago when the world was a different place. He was able to go to Iraq, Afghanistan, and saw India as a different place than it is now. This conversation was very interesting to see how things have changed over the last few decades. It was also interesting to see the change in him, going from travelling hippy to successful in his profession.

29 MINAPR 4
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Traveling the world in the 70s like a hippy with Tom Hughes

The advantages of setting up life and business abroad with Mikkel Thorup

Mikkel Thorup is the host of the Expat Money Show where he talks about the advantages of setting up many of life's things abroad. "PROTECT THE MONEY YOU WORKED SO HARD TO EARN FROM AMBULANCE CHASING LAWYERS, NEFARIOUS CREDITORS AND GREEDY UNJUST GOVERNMENTS"

34 MINMAR 28
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The advantages of setting up life and business abroad with Mikkel Thorup

The Founder of Couchsurfing on what all went into building such a great community

It was a pleasure to talk to Casey Fenton, the founder of Couchsurfing again. We had met a year ago in Bali but with a tight schedule and us celebrating his 40th birthday we never ended up recording an episode at that time. Luckily, he is now writing a book about his experiences building my favorite community for travel. Couchsurfing allows you to stay with strangers for free while travelling and its all backed on a review system that makes sure you stay safe. I've used it over 100 times and I have to say that some of my best friendships have come from the site!

48 MINFEB 7
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The Founder of Couchsurfing on what all went into building such a great community

Disruptors podcast host talks about the future of humanity with Matt Ward

Matt Ward is the host of the Disruptors podcast which was formerly Fringe FM. He had built a company to a million dollars within about a year all while maintaining his love for podcasting. Now he is working on a podcast around the future of humanity, scientists, education, healthcare and manned space travel. In this episode we talk about how he started on his path by going to go travel and knowing he couldn't work for anyone else.

31 MIN2018 DEC 19
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Disruptors podcast host talks about the future of humanity with Matt Ward

Real diversity from successful businessman, Robert Hartline

Robert Hartline has built several successful businesses and was able to grow it to $100 million in revenue. He now lives in a location independent lifestyle and is able to work whenever and wherever he wants. He thinks of diversity as being more than skin deep but the way that a person thinks and acts. This can come from different life experiences such as travel

32 MIN2018 DEC 12
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Real diversity from successful businessman, Robert Hartline

Peanut Butter and Passports podcast host interviews me on the best places in the world

Tom Gose is the host of the Peanut Butter and Passports podcast as well as the author of the book by the same name. In this episode we interview each other on the best places that we have travelled in various categories.

49 MIN2018 OCT 10
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Peanut Butter and Passports podcast host interviews me on the best places in the world

Going from the corporate world to an 83 day ride across North America on a superbike

Sue Hollis must have a butt made of iron to have survived 83 days and 23k kilometers of riding across North America. She was fed up with her entrepreneurial life and wanted to start something new. She considered this the third phase of her life where her first was corporate life.

27 MIN2018 OCT 3
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Going from the corporate world to an 83 day ride across North America on a superbike

Adventure Investor Jim Rogers on how to make money while travelling

I was very happy to have Jim Rogers on the show since he is a legend in the investment world. I have always kept my eyes open on interestingpossibilities to invest in even though I never have while I have travelled. I always thought that have your boots on the ground would give you much more of an insight into what was really going on in a country. Jim actually did this and set 2 world records where he travelled around the world for many months and years, first on a motorcycle and then in a car. I hope this will be the first of many talks that we will have! Finally, I want to give a shoutout to theBrave Era 100% Silk Travel Sheet. They sent me theirsleeping bag liner and I really enjoyed it. It is very compact and can be used instead of a sleeping bag if you will be sleeping indoors. Check it out!

40 MIN2018 SEP 19
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Adventure Investor Jim Rogers on how to make money while travelling

Latest Episodes

4 years of constant Couchsurfing with Shawn Paris

Shawn Paris has spent the last 4 years of his life essentially homeless. He has stayed with around 200 couchsurfing hosts in the US, France and Japan while going around and performing. I hosted him for a few days and we ended up talking about the benefits of living like this. I had done something similar in 2017 and although I got sick of it after a year, it definitely had its benefits. It is definitely possible to save rent money or money on a mortgage and spend that on travel instead.

32 MINAPR 18
Comments
4 years of constant Couchsurfing with Shawn Paris

Lingoda gives live language lessons which can be for free, with Joe Uong

I talk to myfriend here in Gainesville, Joe Uong. We met because of his great language ability in German which he had only been learning a few months. His secret was using a service called Lingoda. Here they offer group language lessons in German, French, Spanish, or Business English. You have a teacher and go through specific language lessons with up to 4 other students via a video Zoom meeting. Joe ended up doing theirquarterly language half Marathon where you if you complete 15 hour-long classes per month for 3 months then you get half of the 109 euro (~$122) monthly course fee refunded!! For the language full Marathon you would get all of the219 euro (~$245) monthly charge refunded if you completed 30 hour-long courses!!! You can get free language lessons! Joe and I talk about the service and some of the benefits over using a free service like Duolingo. Each has its purpose. I ended up using Lingoda for the half Marathon also and I really ended up enjoying how much my language l...

28 MINAPR 11
Comments
Lingoda gives live language lessons which can be for free, with Joe Uong

Traveling the world in the 70s like a hippy with Tom Hughes

I met Tom at a conference last year and we really hit it off because of both of our travels. Turns out he travelled all around the world many decades ago when the world was a different place. He was able to go to Iraq, Afghanistan, and saw India as a different place than it is now. This conversation was very interesting to see how things have changed over the last few decades. It was also interesting to see the change in him, going from travelling hippy to successful in his profession.

29 MINAPR 4
Comments
Traveling the world in the 70s like a hippy with Tom Hughes

The advantages of setting up life and business abroad with Mikkel Thorup

Mikkel Thorup is the host of the Expat Money Show where he talks about the advantages of setting up many of life's things abroad. "PROTECT THE MONEY YOU WORKED SO HARD TO EARN FROM AMBULANCE CHASING LAWYERS, NEFARIOUS CREDITORS AND GREEDY UNJUST GOVERNMENTS"

34 MINMAR 28
Comments
The advantages of setting up life and business abroad with Mikkel Thorup

The Founder of Couchsurfing on what all went into building such a great community

It was a pleasure to talk to Casey Fenton, the founder of Couchsurfing again. We had met a year ago in Bali but with a tight schedule and us celebrating his 40th birthday we never ended up recording an episode at that time. Luckily, he is now writing a book about his experiences building my favorite community for travel. Couchsurfing allows you to stay with strangers for free while travelling and its all backed on a review system that makes sure you stay safe. I've used it over 100 times and I have to say that some of my best friendships have come from the site!

48 MINFEB 7
Comments
The Founder of Couchsurfing on what all went into building such a great community

Disruptors podcast host talks about the future of humanity with Matt Ward

Matt Ward is the host of the Disruptors podcast which was formerly Fringe FM. He had built a company to a million dollars within about a year all while maintaining his love for podcasting. Now he is working on a podcast around the future of humanity, scientists, education, healthcare and manned space travel. In this episode we talk about how he started on his path by going to go travel and knowing he couldn't work for anyone else.

31 MIN2018 DEC 19
Comments
Disruptors podcast host talks about the future of humanity with Matt Ward

Real diversity from successful businessman, Robert Hartline

Robert Hartline has built several successful businesses and was able to grow it to $100 million in revenue. He now lives in a location independent lifestyle and is able to work whenever and wherever he wants. He thinks of diversity as being more than skin deep but the way that a person thinks and acts. This can come from different life experiences such as travel

32 MIN2018 DEC 12
Comments
Real diversity from successful businessman, Robert Hartline

Peanut Butter and Passports podcast host interviews me on the best places in the world

Tom Gose is the host of the Peanut Butter and Passports podcast as well as the author of the book by the same name. In this episode we interview each other on the best places that we have travelled in various categories.

49 MIN2018 OCT 10
Comments
Peanut Butter and Passports podcast host interviews me on the best places in the world

Going from the corporate world to an 83 day ride across North America on a superbike

Sue Hollis must have a butt made of iron to have survived 83 days and 23k kilometers of riding across North America. She was fed up with her entrepreneurial life and wanted to start something new. She considered this the third phase of her life where her first was corporate life.

27 MIN2018 OCT 3
Comments
Going from the corporate world to an 83 day ride across North America on a superbike

Adventure Investor Jim Rogers on how to make money while travelling

I was very happy to have Jim Rogers on the show since he is a legend in the investment world. I have always kept my eyes open on interestingpossibilities to invest in even though I never have while I have travelled. I always thought that have your boots on the ground would give you much more of an insight into what was really going on in a country. Jim actually did this and set 2 world records where he travelled around the world for many months and years, first on a motorcycle and then in a car. I hope this will be the first of many talks that we will have! Finally, I want to give a shoutout to theBrave Era 100% Silk Travel Sheet. They sent me theirsleeping bag liner and I really enjoyed it. It is very compact and can be used instead of a sleeping bag if you will be sleeping indoors. Check it out!

40 MIN2018 SEP 19
Comments
Adventure Investor Jim Rogers on how to make money while travelling
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