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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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Aug 31, 2017

Hey Path Hunters

This week's episode I chat about the desire. You need to have the desire to do what you need to do. I know at times things are tough, and things aren't easy but you owe it to yourself to start. 

I hope to inspire some of you out there to entertain the idea to start a side hustle because if you know that deep down you know that the corporate 9-5 job isn't for you, and feel a bit trapped like I was, then you NEED to take a look at the idea of starting one. 

I just recently pre-ordered Chris Guillebeau's new book "side hustle school"

I recommend you pre-order one because I personally have interviewed Chris and most of his books offer some great actionable tips and insights and real life case studies of people living and doing what you desire to do too. 

I know that you're capable of this, and I hope you enjoy this episode.

 

Aug 29, 2017

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Hey Path Hunters!

Today's guest I have an awesome soul, Gabby Wallace a Youtuber with 350,000 subscribers. Gabby creates online courses helping adults learn English as a second language all across the world. Launching her English learning channel in 2011 she is a passionate digital nomad that has an amazing journey.

By saying no to the norm, and choosing her own path, she took off early in her journey to teach English in Japan

 Side Hustle

Gabby was explaining that during her time in Japan she knew she really wanted to strike off on her own and decided to invest her time into her Youtube channel but during the first few years of it, she wasn't making any money and didn't know if she'd want to pull the plug on it or not but something deep inside her told her to keep going. It was about 2014 when she started gaining more momentum, the money started coming in.

I love what Gabby did for this because she continued to work her job in Japan as an English teacher while at the same time creating a side hustle making sure that her side hustle was generating the same amount of money for her to leave.

 

Start Now

A great lesson that Gabby mentioned was that most people think Youtube right now is saturated and everything's been said but that shouldn't stop you from creating your own channel because you'll be able to learn from those who are already doing it before you.

She mentioned that she witnessed other YouTubers grow at a monumental rate because they've learned from those who are already doing it and learning all the mistakes as well.

A great lesson to start now, and even though it may seem saturated or crowded you should still start anyways!

Gabby it was amazing chatting with you for the Path Hunters Podcast, I appreciate you for taking the time to chat with me.

Until next time!!

With gratitude!

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Aug 24, 2017

Hey Path Hunters!

Quite recently I've been asked what motivates me, and why do I do what I do. 

A conversation that really dug deep into the root of why I do what I do has been a really interesting one. 

I've narrowed it down to two things, and that is being held at gun point and being born from an immigrant family. 

Those 2 things really empowered me to do what I do. 

I hope you enjoy this episode! 

Aug 22, 2017

 

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Hey Path Hunters!

Chiangmai Thailand had allowed me to connect with so many people that are living their life on their own terms. Meeting amazing people like my guest today Jonas Overgaard from Denmark. An entrepreneur that started his journey to Thailand and created an IT solutions company but after realizing that the corporate world wasn't for him. 

Just go out and validate 

After getting to know Jonas this year I noticed that he has been an actions type of guy. Instead of taking time to planning and planning he would take action and try and validate his ideas. One thing he does recommend is for people to take actions.

There was so many topics we touched on with this episode and it was really fun to have Jonas onto the podcast

thank you so much my friend for coming onto the Path Hunters Podcast.

 

 

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Aug 17, 2017

Hey beautiful Path Hunters!

Knowing your destination is important as you're navigating through life. If you don't have a clarity on where you want to be in life, then you'd be running around jumping from one thing to another. 

Taking time and step back to figure out what you'd want to do, where you want to be, even finding your passion is super important.

Now, it doesn't mean you need to have full clarity on exactly what you want to do because things do change and unforeseen things come about. 

By doing this though, you'll be able to execute and at least set a direction and path to obtain that goal. 

 

Aug 15, 2017

 

 

Hey Path Hunters!

Today's guest is an army vet turned lifestyle entrepreneur. Started his journey when he got back from Afganistan and had difficulty adjusting back into society but Ron Tuch knew one thing, and that was he wanted to take life into his own hands, follow his love for travel.

Never Give Up

In the beginning of Ron's journey, Ron was looking into partnerships with a friend of his in Calgary Canada, and during this time suddenly that same friend had decided to take a different path in his life, and Ron was faced with a choice. To either go back home or to keep going and build a location independent lifestyle for himself. Which is a great story of never giving up even though it may seem that you don't have any other options. Ron kept going and never gave up.

Chiangmai was the Final Destination

Hearing and reading about Chiangmai Thailand, Ron too was ready to take off to get out there to be surrounded by like minded people, meet other digital nomads, and wanted to get what Chiangmai has to offer.

 Those who succeed, and those who don't

Work, and finding a balance is what Ron recommends to all digital nomads, or people who wants to create this lifestyle. There is a balance between the two and it's about finding that balance.

It was so fun to chat with Ron, and thank you so much my friend for coming onto the Path Hunters podcast.

I look forward to seeing how your journey unfolds!

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Aug 8, 2017

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Hey Path Hunters!

This episode I wanted to try a different structure for this podcast episode. I got this idea from Sean Croxton where he would take quotes from influencers and digress and talk about the quote that was played.

I thought this was a fantastic idea so I took a clip from Eric Thomas who is one of my inspirations. 

This talk was about being obessed with improvement. 

I hope you enjoyed this episode!

 

  


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Aug 1, 2017

 

Hey Path Hunters!

Today's episode is an exciting episode where we break another limiting belief. I chat with many people about the digital nomad lifestyle, and typically whenever I have these conversations with someone a bit older, mature. The typical answers I get is "oh I'm too old to do that" " I have a mortgage to pay" "I have kids" "you need to be rich to do that" but most of the time these are just limiting beliefs.

I've interviewed many digital nomads in the past from Jasper Ribbers who Airbnb's his home and created a $60,000 income while traveling the world full time as a digital nomad or Gen & Nick a digital nomad couple who travels the world full time has their business all run online as well too.

This time around I get to break another limiting belief that you're never "too old" to start living your life to the fullest. I have Palle Bo the host of The Radio Vagabond podcast, from Denmark. What's special about Palle is that he started his digital nomad journey in early 2016 in his 50s! Suddenly losing his parents in such a short amount time apart, with 2 lovely daughters Palle had to decide what he wanted to do, and he decided to sell everything and take off on his journey to visit every country in the world!

Rich in Many Ways Than That Fancy Car

A great story that I wanted to highlight with my chat with Palle was when he started his company he had a choice to make, it was to stay and scale the business higher to create more money and buy that fancy car, house and become rich. Or sacrifice some clients that he had and travel the world full time. Palle explained that he doesn't regret taking off to travel the world and losing a few clients because he is rich in other ways than money. He's rich with experience, culture, and other things that money can't buy.

The Great Lesson of All

A great lesson in this interview was when Palle was explaining how his whole perspective changed after losing his father and then his mother within a few weeks of each other. So within 2 months losing both his parents. That confirmed to Palle that you have to live while you can. Don't wait too long to start living is the great lesson.

This episode with Palle was really fun, only because we got into many other topics but the most inspirational part of it is how Palle takes on life now. He doesn't wait to start living, he's already living and it started the moment that he took off to travel the world.

Thank you so much my friend for chatting with me, I hope you enjoyed this episode!

Song Credit: Raven & Kreyn - So Happy 

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