Today I have the amazing Chase Boehringer from The Bucketlist LIfestyle on the show and he has had the honor to be on the Price Is Right, he has spontaneously walked into an airport and bought a ticket, and has currently crossed off 80 out of 100 bucket list items. This is a very fun conversation that will probably get you the motivation to start attacking your bucket list!
Today’s episode has been sponsored by our friends at Sauv’s!
Do you allow fear to dictate your choices? Are you too scared to take the first step? My dear friend, Ruth Soukup, author of Living Well, Spending Less & Do It Scared, creator of the Elite Blogging Academy, & host of the Do It Scared podcast, is joining me today to discuss fear, struggles, and building your dream lifestyle. Courage isn’t an absence of fear but the drive to continue moving forward despite the fear & that works in life and entrepreneurship and Ruth is the guru of it all.
I am super excited to be talking with the always happy Kelsey Henry, from PositivelyDelighted.com, who is a singer/songwriter who just dropped her first album, who introduced me to the term road schooling, and who is a certified Laughter Yoga leader. This episode is filled with positivity, laughter, and epic stories of being roadschooled in an RV!
When I first met Scott Brills four years ago his business card listed him as a “Man of Leisure”.
Since then I still haven’t quite figured out what it is that Scott ACTUALLY does, other than it’s quite a bit of everything.
Scott joins me today to finally shed some light on what it is he actually does as the co-owner of a Safari company, Japanese Tour operator, and web designer (plus a bunch of other random things).
He regales us with stories from Japan, Tanzania, Mongolia, and the Shoe-barus. It’s quite the journey!
Join us today to learn more about starting a business abroad, how to go about running a marathon with no training, and to hear some great travel tips for Japan! We’re almost as varied as Scott’s professional life!
Falling down the rabbit hole is very easy when visiting Wait But Why. Tim Urban writes about any subject that interests him after embarking on a journey to learn everything he can about his topic. Many a project has been procrastinated on as I learn the in’s and out of a thing I never thought I’d be that interested in.
Today Tim joins me to chat about his experiences with Wait But Why, how he picks his topics, his research process, and how he loses himself in the learning.
A couple of years ago, Tim held a poll and allowed his audience to choose the route he would take around the world, visiting 5 countries over the span of 10 weeks and learning a lot about the local cultures. We spend some time going through some of the moments from that trip and the lessons learned along the way.