One of the advantages of working in an office is that employees get to attend free or company sponsored training to help improve their skills for career advancement. This privilege will no longer be available if you decide to become a digital nomad, but it doesn't necessarily mean that there are no means to boost your knowledge. In fact, one of the most effective tools that you can use to educate yourself and to find inspiration is by listening to podcasts.
A podcast is a series of digital audio (or video) similar to a radio broadcast but in a form of audio files that people can download and listen to at their convenience. Many well-known personalities and experts in different fields are using this medium to disseminate information. It is one of the most best educational tools that digital nomads use to improve their craft. Are you starting a career as a digital nomad? Are you searching for motivational or educational materials? Then check out the following podcast channels to get you started.
Gary Vaynerchuk, as written on his profile on his website, is a public speaker, serial entrepreneur, New York Times bestselling author, CEO, and co-founder of VaynerMedia, a full-service digital agency. He shares episodes of his #AskGaryVee Show, keynote speeches on marketing and business, DAILYVEE video series, and interviews and fireside chats in his podcast, the Gary Vee Audio Experience. If you want to up your social media game, then Gary Vee is your guy.
This podcast presents people who are successful in utilizing productivity strategies in the professional and personal aspects of their lives. If you are looking for motivation and actual tips from people who have made it, this podcast is for you.
Chris Ducker is a self-titled personal blog of an entrepreneur who successfully turned himself into a virtual CEO. He has a weekly podcast called, The Youpreneur.FM Podcast where he shares valuable information on marketing, monetization, and personal branding with the help of some of the world's top business minds.
This podcast is hosted by John Lee Dumas and it features his interviews on some of the world's successful and inspiring entrepreneurs.Entrepreneurs On Fire has published over 1,900 interviews with widely influential business people, such as Seth Godin, Tim Ferriss, Gary Vaynerchuk, Barbara Corcoran, and Tony Robbins. Who else should you listen to but the experts?
Are you wondering how the millionaires made it to where they are now? Do you want to know their secret and replicate their success? Then check out Eventual Millionaire, a podcast rich in resources to help you grow your business.
Freedom Lovin’ is a blog owned by Kevin Koskella, focusing on tips and unconventional strategies to promote freedom in life, work, and travel.
A self-proclaimed lifelong learner and explorer, Matthew G. Bailey from Canada, has created The Live Limitless Podcast where he broadcasts, bi-weekly interviews of people who are, as described on his website, exploring life’s possibilities, chasing and realizing dreams, crushing fears, and living limitless.
Andrew Henderson, an expert on offshore and expat tax issues, second passports, and global citizenship has a podcast called, The Nomad Capitalist Podcast. His audio broadcasts offer tips and information to help people expand their financial conditions.
The Entrepreneur Effect is a series of podcast available on iTunes that highlights opportunities for entrepreneurs in digital marketing. Each episode features interviews on topics, such as product, positioning, pricing, packaging, and promotion.
Ohio-born, New York Times bestselling author, entrepreneur, and former pro athlete Lewis Howes shares inspirational stories from some of the world's greatest businessmen, athletes, and celebrities in his podcast, The School of Greatness. If you are in need of some encouragement, Lewis' podcast may just be the answer.
Travel Freedom is owned by a couple and travel bloggers, Tommo and Megsy. Every Monday, they released new episodes of their podcasts where they share tips on cutting the cost of living by traveling, travel hacks, as well as stories of their travel adventures.
Born in San Francisco, California, USA, Johnny Jen, just like most people, started his career in the corporate. He eventually quit his job and started traveling the world, started calling himself Johnny FD, and created a blog where he documents his journey as a location independent entrepreneur. In his podcast, Travel Like a Boss, Johnny FD shares to his listeners how to make the 4-hour work week a reality with information on building legit online businesses.
If you want to have a travel work, start a location independent business, discover unique ways to travel on a budget, or create a life built around travel then tune in to the Zero to Travel podcast. Not only will you be able to learn from listening to the podcasts, you will also have an opportunity to meet fellow travelers by joining the Z2T community.
Marjorie Gavan is a writer by profession and by passion. She has a degree in B.S. Journalism and now has 15 years of writing and editing experience under her belt. She is one of those people who always complain about not having enough money but travels a lot and eats a damn lot too. She chronicles her travel adventures in her blog, Coffeehan.