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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 www.pathhunters.com Instagram www.instagram.com/pathhunters
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May 30, 2017

 

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Hey Path Hunters!

My friend Steven Farquharson came onto the Path Hunters podcast . He coaches creatives and entrepreneurs into becoming their fully expressed selves. He is one-half of the self-help comedy skit duo "2HelpfulGuys" and he is a conscious rapper. He uses these various mediums to inspire others to express themselves more while also entertaining them.

The Path Hunters podcast is all about leading a passionate lifestyle, following your bliss and hearing how others are doing it and Steven is doing exactly that!

He shared his journey on how he started and what it was like growing up with a blood disorder. He noticed early on that he had to hold back from expressing himself due to the fact that many people around him were concerned that he may hurt himself due to the blood disorder. Holding back for so long he decides to express himself through drama class and other outlets.

Not until later on in his early 20s,  he started putting himself out there more and more because he had an inner calling to be on stage and perform.

Steven wanted to just start so he started posting videos online with his friend and business partner Leroy( 2HelpfulGuys ) where they do self-help comedy, where he can truly be himself. He noticed that it started growing as time went on. People started to notice more and more.

How to find your passion?

I asked Steven how to get started on finding your passion & creative side.

  • By trial and error,
  • taking baby steps
  • taking action even though it may not be perfect.

He suggests that even if you don't have a full clarity on what your passion is you somewhat have an idea, and by following that instinct of what you want to do, and take action on it but doing it in the smallest actionable form as possible. An example that he gave was podcasting. Start with 1 episode and put it out into the world and see what happens. Action creates clarity

We chat about so much more...

Thank you so much, Steven, for jumping onto the podcast with me here.

I appreciate you and can't wait to see how your journey unfolds

 

FOLLOW STEVEN

 Facebook | 2HelpfulGuys


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Upcoming Projects

Get excited about a new ebook I've been working on. It's about overcoming adversity through my own personal experiences. I believe in adversities being our greatest teachers, I share my stories about being laid off twice, being in a car crash, being held at gun point and so much more!

Join the Path Hunters Tribe to get notified of when it's coming out!

Click here to join!


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May 25, 2017

>>Download the Sweet Ass Journal for free! AVAILABLE ONLY UNTIL JUNE 5,2017!!!!<<<

Fellow Path Hunters!

If you haven't done it yet, take the time to download Heath Armstrong's Sweet Ass Journal for FREE for a limited time until June 5, 2017. 

This episode is a solo episode chatting about why networking is so important. I owe a lot to the networks to where I am today, for the people I've met and grateful for it. So I wanted to share some tips on how to network, and things that have worked out for me. 

As I was doing this episode I was on periscope live as an experiment and it turned out amazing!

Again this is a really quick episode I hope you enjoy this! 

Thank you so much for listening you're amazing! 


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PH – 63 | Chris Guillebeau | The Art Of Non-Conformity   

PH - 61 | Shelli Varela | How To Think Like A Possibility Hacker

PH - 69 | Jeremy Enns | How To Start A Digital Nomad Lifestyle

PH - 64 | Danny Flood | How To Generate Different Types Of Income


Upcoming Projects

Get excited about a new ebook I've been working on. It's about overcoming adversity through my own personal experiences. I believe in adversities being our greatest teachers, I share my stories about being laid off twice, being in a car crash, being held at gun point and so much more!

Join the Path Hunters Tribe to get notified of when it's coming out!

Click here to join!


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Foursigmatic  - Promoted by Tim Ferriss and one product that I use personally, mushroom coffee is an amazing product that only contains 40mg of caffeine (Starbucks americano grande size contains 150mg) but still gives you that mental focus, and how it's done is through the chaga mushrooms and lions mane. Check it out and use the promo code Pathhunters and get 10% OFF your order!


Did you enjoy the podcast?

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May 24, 2017

>>Download the Sweet Ass Journal for free! AVAILABLE ONLY UNTIL JUNE 5,2017!!!!<<<

Fellow path hunters!

I wanted to catch up with you and share some insights and talk about the new episode of the Path Hunters Podcast with Heath Armstrong, his new book is OUT! He calls it the Sweet Ass Journal to Develop Your Happiness Muscle in 100 Days. You can purchase a physical copy on amazon. For a limited time though you're able to download a digital version of this book for free for only path hunters listeners. So thank you, Heath, for doing that.

I have my new ebook as well coming out very soon, Gun To Your Head and it's an ebook about overcoming adversity and how it's your greatest teacher!

For a period in my life, I personally went through a lot of adversity from being laid off twice to being held at gunpoint and experienced a lot of turbulence in my life. It's not until after it had passed that I had a chance to reflect and realized if it wasn't for all this I wouldn't be the person who I am today. So in a way, I'm super thankful because of it.

Each chapter is one of that adversity that I went faced and what I learned from it after coming out of it.

So if you'd like to support me on this join the path hunters tribe to be notified of when it will come out.

Join here

For now I wanted to end it here, thank you so much for your support and listening to the podcast I have many things in store for the future, always improving, always testing and always growing.

Because at the end of it all, your only limit is YOU!


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PH - 61 | Shelli Varela | How To Think Like A Possibility Hacker

PH - 69 | Jeremy Enns | How To Start A Digital Nomad Lifestyle

PH - 64 | Danny Flood | How To Generate Different Types Of Income


Upcoming Projects

Get excited about a new ebook I've been working on. It's about overcoming adversity through my own personal experiences. I believe in adversities being our greatest teachers, I share my stories about being laid off twice, being in a car crash, being held at gun point and so much more!

Join the Path Hunters Tribe to get notified of when it's coming out!

Click here to join!


Sponsor

                        

Foursigmatic  - Promoted by Tim Ferriss and one product that I use personally, mushroom coffee is an amazing product that only contains 40mg of caffeine (Starbucks americano grande size contains 150mg) but still gives you that mental focus, and how it's done is through the chaga mushrooms and lions mane. Check it out and use the promo code Pathhunters and get 10% OFF your order!


Did you enjoy the podcast?

Let me know! One of the best ways is to leave a 5-Star iTunes Review

May 23, 2017

>>>>Download the Sweet Ass Journal for free! AVAILABLE ONLY UNTIL JUNE 5,2017!!!!<<

 Path hunters,

I had an opportunity to chat with a digital nomad that is in the e-commerce space making 6 figures, and we didn’t chat about that but more about his upcoming project the new sweet ass journal to develop your happiness muscle in 100 days.

When I heard about this I knew that I had to ask Heath to jump onto The Path Hunters Podcast

We spoke about ways on how to more happier with your life by repetition for 100 days but not consecutive days, as long as it’s 100 days.

Heath spoke about his life before leading an independent lifestyle, his rock bottom moment, and his journey leading up to where he is today.

The relationship with money was a big one with Heath, he was explaining how he was in debt $20,000 and after chatting with many entrepreneurs on his old podcast The Artsy Now Show, learning habits and strategies to get out of debt and ended up saving $15,000!

This amazing journal for 100 days that will help you with resistance. It helps you obtain your goal by the end of it all.

We go over some amazing stuff that’s within the book and why he wanted to write the journal. I had an amazing time chatting with Heath. It’s a down to earth guy, super awesome.

Thank you so much, Heath, for jumping onto the podcast with me, I appreciate the opportunity.

FOLLOW HEATH

Website | InstagramSweet Ass Journal


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PH – 61 | Shelli Varela | How To Think Like A Possibility Hacker

PH – 69 | Jeremy Enns | How To Start A Digital Nomad Lifestyle

PH – 64 | Danny Flood | How To Generate Different Types Of Income


UPCOMING PROJECTS

Get excited about a new ebook I’ve been working on. It’s about overcoming adversity through my own personal experiences. I believe in adversities being our greatest teachers, I share my stories about being laid off twice, being in a car crash, being held at gun point and so much more!

Join the Path Hunters Tribe to get notified of when it’s coming out!

Click here to join!


SPONSOR

Foursigmatic  – Promoted by Tim Ferriss and one product that I use personally, mushroom coffee is an amazing product that only contains 40mg of caffeine (Starbucks americano grande size contains 150mg) but still gives you that mental focus, and how it’s done is through the chaga mushrooms and lions mane. Check it out and use the promo code Pathhunters and get 10% OFF your order!


DID YOU ENJOY THE PODCAST?

Let me or Billy know! One of the best ways is to leave a 5-Star iTunes Review 

May 17, 2017

Billy was 5 years old his mom heard him crying in his room. She asked what was wrong and he said “You’re born, you live for a while, and then you die. What’s the point?”

It took him years to answer that question. Now he helps other people figure out their “point” and live a life that’s true to them.

But years ago, Billy felt stuck. Stuck in a career that looked good on paper but wasn’t fulfilling. He dreaded Mondays and couldn’t wait for Fridays. However, he wasn’t willing to accept that his life had to be like this.

Billy finally found the courage to stop doing what the world told him he “should” do. Instead, he defined his own version of success and went after it. He left his successful advertising career – people thought he was nuts - and moved into the woods to lead wilderness adventures for Outward Bound, while leading volunteer projects in Central America and the South Pacific during the winter.

Billy is the founder of The Courage Crusade and author of “Your Comfort Zone Is Killing You.”  He is a professional coach and keynote speaker.

Billy also finds time to get WAY out of his comfort zone so he can grow his courage “muscle”. He has jumped out of an airplane exactly 101 times. He has traveled to over 40 countries including trekking in the Himalayas, running with the Bulls in Spain, and swimming with sharks in South America. He has been a sugar-cane farmer in Costa Rica, an apple picker in New Zealand, and a fundraising director for UNICEF.

Billy knows what makes him tick. He understands the importance of courage in not allowing his fears to hold him back. In fact, he is scared of the exact same things you are: failure, looking stupid, not being liked.

 

May 11, 2017

Path Hunters, 

Solo Round here today, writing my ebook definitely wasn't easy. There is a huge process involved. 

I noticed as I wrote this book, that I started to really enjoy the process and when the time it was complete, I was a bit nervous to release my ebook. 

Listen to this episode to find out why!

Check out pathhunters.com  for more episodes. 

May 9, 2017

How A 28-Year-Old Digital Nomad Started His Journey

Today’s guest I have a friend of mine that I met while traveling in Chiangmai Thailand.

We’ve become really good friends and connected instantly. Robert Botto a 28-year-old digital nomad traveling the world and building a lifestyle business. He shares so much of his insights. His journey, his favourite travel spots, his mindsets and tips on how to get started.

I just had to bring him onto the path hunters podcast and chat about all this.

Robert shares his story on his journey going from the corporate 9-5 world going through a partnership to helping his family business out to eventually starting his own business. What is really cool about Robert is that he’s still young, and going through all this in life has given him so much experience.

Robert and I agree on the fact that if you’re unhappy with what you’re doing now, you can change that.

Partnerships and the mentality 

Robert told a story about partnerships and how it works. They’re like marriages and the biggest thing he mentioned that communication is key when going into a business with a partner. Expressing what is going on, aligning the schedules, and always communicating is key.

The difference between Bali & Chiangmai and what the hype is all about. 

Bali is another spot for digital nomads to gather and do work, Robert mentioned that it’s a great place for established digital nomads with sustaining businesses, and not for someone who is just bootstrapping their business. You can easily get distracted with all the surfing and enjoy the weather. Chiangmai is a place where you’re able to bootstrap your business, the vibes there is amazing, everyone is on their laptops and doing some sort of entrepreneurial work.

How to get started 

Robert mentioned that a great way to start is by learning a new skill, and a great resource is going onto Udemy.com buy a course and learn a new skill set that will allow you to become a digital nomad. Being location independent.

Final Thoughts

I really enjoyed this interview as Robert is a young digital nomad that is following his love for travel, and built himself a business around that lifestyle. He shared some great points on how to get started, the mindset you need to have to get started, and what to expect.

Thank you, my friend, for coming onto the podcast!

 

FOLLOW ROBERT

Website | InstagramFacebook


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PH – 61 | Shelli Varela | How To Think Like A Possibility Hacker

PH – 69 | Jeremy Enns | How To Start A Digital Nomad Lifestyle

PH – 64 | Danny Flood | How To Generate Different Types Of Income


UPCOMING PROJECTS

Get excited about a new ebook I’ve been working on. It’s about overcoming adversities through my own personal experiences. I believe in adversities being our greatest teachers, I share my stories about being laid off twice, being in a car crash, being held at gun point and so much more!

Join the Path Hunters Tribe to get notified of when it’s coming out!

Click here to join!


SPONSOR

 

 Foursigmatic  – Promoted by Tim Ferriss and one product that I use personally, mushroom coffee is an amazing product that only contains 40mg of caffeine (Starbucks americano grande size contains 150mg) but still gives you that mental focus, and how it’s done is through the chaga mushrooms and lions mane. Check it out and use the promo code Pathhunters and get 10% OFF your order!


DID YOU ENJOY THE PODCAST?

Let me or Jeremy know! One of the best ways is to leave a 5-Star iTunes Review 

 

May 2, 2017

Luke Benjamin Thomas is the owner and founder of Dude Studios. He has been traveling as a digital nomad since early 2013 working on projects that help other digital nomads be able to travel more instead of being tied to their online businesses... And help people get drunk. He's an explorer, always trying new things, a bit of an adrenaline junkie and a guy who can talk for hours and hours if you let him.

How To Stop Backing Down & Face Your Fears

"The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step" - Lao Tzu

I really love this quote because this is exactly what I and my good friend Luke Benjamin Thomas AKA LBT talks about. We chatted about his journey as a digital nomad as he has been traveling since 2013. He's been so multiple places and is also a podcaster himself as well, he is the host of That Marketing Dude Show. So I had to bring him onto the Path Hunters podcast  to talk about his journey!

 

 

LBT shared some amazing insights on his journey where he took a trip to Thailand for a month with a group of people he didn't really know too well but became friends afterward. He mentioned that it's all about easing your way into what you really want to do because he noticed that while he really wanted to travel he kept talking himself out of it and at the end of it never really took that leap to travel. 

What helped him with this was that he booked a one-way flight which forced him to take off. He then noticed that things got easier as he continued to step out of his comfort zone.

It was so fun chatting with Luke for the podcast as it's a wonderful story about someone who literally just stepped out of his comfort zone and developed the love for travel.  

 

FOLLOW LUKE

Website | InstagramFacebook


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PH - 60 | Philip Mckernan | How To Be Truly Vulnerable

PH – 63 | Chris Guillebeau | The Art Of Non-Conformity   

PH - 61 | Shelli Varela | How To Think Like A Possibility Hacker

PH - 69 | Jeremy Enns | How To Start A Digital Nomad Lifestyle

PH - 64 | Danny Flood | How To Generate Different Types Of Income


Upcoming Projects

Get excited about a new ebook I've been working on. It's about overcoming adversities through my own personal experiences. I believe in adversities being our greatest teachers, I share my stories about being laid off twice, being in a car crash, being held at gun point and so much more!

Join the Path Hunters Tribe to get notified of when it's coming out!

Click here to join!


Sponsor

                                                                           

Foursigmatic  - Promoted by Tim Ferriss and one product that I use personally, mushroom coffee is an amazing product that only contains 40mg of caffeine (Starbucks americano grande size contains 150mg) but still gives you that mental focus, and how it's done is through the chaga mushrooms and lions mane. Check it out and use the promo code Pathhunters and get 10% OFF your order!


Did you enjoy the podcast?

Let me or Jeremy know! One of the best ways is to leave a 5-Star iTunes Review 

 

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