Are you a remote worker, digital nomad or location-independent and are wanting to combine travel and work with some community time thrown in? Do you prefer group travel instead of always going it alone? Well, we’ve got a perfect solution for you! Joining me today is someone who got a bachelor’s degree in those very complementary subjects of neuroscience and Korean language, who was once a hula hooping protege, and who loves a well-timed pun more than most, Spencer Jentzsch from HackerParadise.org.
Today’s episode has been sponsored by our friends at Tortuga Backpacks!
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In This Episode
- 04:50 Hacker Terminology
- 08:00 How The Remote Life Started
- 12:10 South Korea, Neuroscience & Why Parents Just Don’t Understand
- 20:40 Balance Travel With Work & Planning It Out
- 26:20 Places Spencer Loves & Places To Go Next
- 31:35 Hacker’s Paradise
- 38:25 Types Of Professions Using Hackers Paradise
- 41:15 Why Use Hackers Paradise vs Going Out Alone
- 50:15 Long Term Hackers & Best Things About The Community
- 01:00:55 Awesome Pricing & Length Of Stays
- 01:05:40 Biggest Travel Mishaps
- 01:08:50 What’s Next For Hackers Paradise
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- Want to follow our adventures? Check out our Instagram’s at @PackOfPeanuts, @HeatherSherry, @TravelingWhitMyles, and @Let’sJetto
- The Digital Nomad Life w/ Eli David
- 7 Lessons Learned From Being Location Independent For 7 Years
- Being Globally Curious w/ Seth Kugel
- Emerging Destinations w/ Nate Hake
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