The Path Hunters Podcast

This is a podcast dedicated to helping you unleash the beast from within so you can fearlessly pursue a life of purpose and passion. From fears, sacrifices and pushing yourself to the limits we bring on an inspiring person or message to hear about their journey to living their life of purpose and passion. Tune in each week to unleash your inner beast and become a path hunter today! Learn more at Instagram
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Aug 30, 2016

Figuring out one's path is difficult, and thats why you have to learn to open your mind to take in all the information that all the great creators, entrepreneurs, digital nomads have to share with you. 

Each guest interviews provided amazing values on how to get started and taking control of your life. Each time I do an interview I reflect and learn from every guest. I take in all the information that they gave and apply it to my life in my own way. 

Are you willing to step up to the plate and put in the work after you've found your path? 

That all depends on you. 


Aug 25, 2016

6 Things you Need to Know About Being a Digital Nomad


Have you ever dreamed of leaving everything behind and travelling the world? It sounds like a fantasy, but in the 21st century, the internet and mobile technology is making the dream of the "digital nomad" a reality for many. Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with Jason Moore of the Zero to Travel podcast.


Zero to Travel is a podcast with a powerful mission: to help people travel the world on their terms no matter what their situation or experience. Over many years of travelling and meeting people Jason began to observe how people were incorporating travel into their lives. He became passionate about helping people explore the myriad options available to them when travelling the world. With his friend and business partner Travis he's created a paid community called "Location Indie" that helps people looking to become location independent find and connect with others with the same mindset.


Our full conversation was flowing and unstructured, "nomadic" if you will, but also quite enlightening. I encourage you to check out the entire thing at In the meantime, here are 6 things you need to know about becoming a digital nomad, according to Jason.



1. It’s not as simple as it seems, but also not as hard. It seems counterintuitive, but becoming a digital nomad is both simple and complex, depending on how you look at it. Logistically, it’s quite simple. You can quit your job, give your two weeks notice and be on a plane the next day if you chose. However, as with any big change in life, there are bound to be obstacles. Often these obstacles will come from within. Questions such as, “If I quit my job am I giving up my career? Is this going to hurt me in the long run? How am I going to earn money?” must be addressed before making such a huge change in your life.

2. You need to start with an intention. Once you make the decision that this is something you want to do, you need to commit to it. Starting with an intention allows you to build the confidence you’ll need to overcome obstacles and find more creative ways to achieve your goal.

3. Understand that it may not happen right away. Major life changes like this require a period of transition. Very few of us are in a position to quit our jobs and leave on a plane tomorrow for parts unknown. You have to accept that you’re investing in this process by educating yourself.

4. When developing a location independent business, start with your skills. A big part of being a digital nomad is of course having a location independent income source. More than likely this will be some sort of small business. The first step in creating such a business is to look through your skill set and find something you can offer to people. For example, perhaps you’re really organized and know your way around social media. You could offer your services as a virtual assistant. Everyone has at least one skill that can be turned into some sort of service. The trick is to be creative.

5. Look to existing resources. Platforms like and allow you to put your services out there quickly and easily, giving you the opportunity to build experience and a client base. If you make artwork, you can sell items through These sites offer you the opportunity to get your business going quickly and easily.

6. Give yourself permission to make mistakes. Understand that, in the beginning, you’re going to make a lot of mistakes – this is the simple truth. If you can make peace with that idea, you’ll be able to weather them far more easily and more importantly, learn from them.


The life of a digital nomad is not for everyone of course, but for those with the right mindset and a taste for adventure, it can be an incredibly empowering and life-changing experience. If you’d like to know more about becoming a digital nomad, be sure to check out Jason’s podcast, Zero to Travel, on his website, or your favourite podcast aggregator. You might also want to check out his online community, Location Indie at


As mentioned earlier, this was only a small fraction of our entire conversation, and I encourage you to head over to and check it out.

Aug 23, 2016

I love doing these solo-episodes where we can connect and inspire. Today's topic will be about listening to your inner voice. 

When you're working a job, or in a relationship that you simply don't enjoy, or provides you with so much pain. This is your inner voice telling you that there has to be a change. 

This inner voice of yours only wants you to chase what you love, what you're passionate about. 

Dig deep down within yourself and find that inner voice and listen to it. 

It only wants the best for you. 

listen to the quick episode & check out the other episodes at

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stay awesome everyone, 

I love you all, 

keep working towards your dreams and passion. 

Aug 18, 2016

Hey Everyone!

This episode we're going to talk about never underestimating your impact. 

Whenever you connect someone you always leave an impression behind, whether you know it or not you are your own brand. 

You leave an impression by talking to them, by just standing there and how you hold yourself together. 

now whether the impression is positive or negative is totally up to you.

will you leave a positive impact? or a negative one? 


Aug 16, 2016

Hey Everyone, 


Today's episode I wanted to be honest and transparent with everyone on my life situation, I want to let you guys judge whether I'm actually practicing what I preach.

Still working my corporate 9-5 job, and running a podcast at the same time.


Ill let you guys be the judge of what I have to say about this episode. 

Check out the rest of the episode. 

If you have any questions 

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Aug 12, 2016

An entrepreneur that became an entrepreneur from volunteerism. Through volunteering he was mentored and started multiple businesses. Tuan Nguyen donated millions towards charity. Later on became a father and found his passion through helping other business dads find a balance between their family life and their business life. Tuan touches about his experiences when he had his  son. How he came out of a tough time in his life after his relationship didn’t work out. He talks about how he approached fatherhood. Later on he shares some awesome insight not just for fathers alone but for other entrepreneurs as well.

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Aug 9, 2016

Let's talk about unleashing your inner beast! As most of you know that I keep saying this phrase all the time unleash your inner beast what does it mean?!


It means that I know that deep down everyone has a burning desire, a spark a fire within them that they know that they're meant for so much more. So much passion. So much more than their cubicle 9-5 job going through the same route to work, same people you meet, same desk.


My question for you is are you willing to spend the next 30 to 40 years of your life doing the same thing over and over again?


Are you willing to do the same commute back and for rain or shine, winter and summer until you’re 65?!

we only have one life to live, and its only up to you to make that choice to chase your purpose and passion whatever it may be. 


Aug 6, 2016

Hey Fellow Path Hunters,

Bill Holden talks about how he quit his job and started a company called Roadiy a third party platform that connects the consumers to genuine mechanics making sure they dont get overly charged on their vehicle repairs. We dig deep down in this interview about his journey from a high paying executive to his journey Roadiy. He shares his insight on what he had to go through, what success means to him. 

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Remember you can become a path hunter today!


Aug 2, 2016

Hi my fellow path hunters!

Today's episode will be about disconnecting yourself and unplugging from the internet once in awhile. 

With so much information and lots of things going around us, I am a huge advocate on keeping things simple, and if you're stressed or overworked take the time to remove yourself for awhile. 

Disconnect from all your social media, all your phones, and electronics and take some time to yourself. 

Meditation is one of the things I've taken up and has helped me in my moments of stressed. 

Whenever I feel a bit overwhelmed or overworked, meditation has helped me through it, I may seem a bit odd but definitely give it a try and once you come back to work you'll feel a little bit different. 

I hope you guys enjoyed this little snippet, remember to go back and listen to the other episodes. 

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