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Living Unconventionally

Chris Pyak interviews courageous people that have been able to ditch their traditional lives and desk jobs to chase their passions all over the world. The topics covered include travel stories, the best ways to find travel deals, how living in an unconventional way has improved their lives, how they fund their travels, how to make money on the road, and advice for those wanting to ditch their desk as well. 956258
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Apr 28, 2017

It's time for another Community Member Spotlight!

These special episodes feature an interview with a member of the Living Unconventionally Facebook Community.

This spotlight is on Amy Hogan and she talks about leaving her steady government job to launch her own business. She also talks about how her travels have shifted since left the corporate world and how they're going to play a much larger role in her future.

 

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Apr 26, 2017

Today, I'm continuing my conversation with Vincenzo Villamena. He is the Founder and CEO of The Online Taxman, which provides tax services specifically to expats and entrepreneurs abroad.

In this episode, he talks about how his company helps expats and digital nomads save thousands per year using lesser-known tax benefits specifically for Americans living out of the United States.

 

To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/165


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Apr 24, 2017

This week's guest is Vincenzo Villamena and he is the Founder and CEO of The Online Taxman, which provides tax services specifically to expats and entrepreneurs abroad.

In this episode, we talk about his journey of moving from New York to Buenos Aires, what living in Colombia is really like, why Brazil isn't for beginners, why it's important to have a social circle when you travel, and his experiences visiting multiple countries all over the world.

 

To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/164


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Apr 21, 2017

I give an update on the client dilemma I discussed last week, provide an exciting update on changes I'm making to the Living Unconventionally brand and my podcast editing business, and I also discuss a major change that will be taking place in Bangkok by the end of this year.

 

To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/163


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Apr 19, 2017

Today, I'm continuing my conversation with Lisa Cherry Beaumont and we talk about how she built her business while traveling internationally, and even while living on a boat at one point!

We also talk about why you have to give yourself permission to fail, the importance of setting boundaries with your clients (especially when you're traveling), and why you absolutely need to have a tribe of like-minded people around you on your entrepreneurial journey.

 

To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/162


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Apr 17, 2017

This week's guest is Lisa Cherry Beaumont and she talks about her journey of living a seemingly perfect life in London to giving it all up to move to a monastery in Nepal for a year.

We also talk about how she's been traveling the world ever since, why she didn't like living in Barcelona, why travelers are able to form instant bonds with one another, and how difficult it can be to get rid of your belonging when making the shift to full-time travel.

 

To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/161


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Apr 14, 2017

In this week's solo episode, I discuss a dilemma I'm experiencing with a client in my own business in hopes that it will help on your entrepreneurial journey to location independence and the freedom lifestyle you crave.

 

To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/160


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Apr 12, 2017

Today, I'm continuing my conversation with Amber Monaco and we're going to dive into how she went from careers in the military and with the Department of Homeland Security, that once involved working as a paralegal in Iraq helping to build cases against terrorist, to now being a full-time digital nomad.

We're going to talk about the two business that allow her to live a full-time international travel lifestyle and why she loves co-working spaces so much.

 

To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/159


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Apr 10, 2017

This week's guest is Amber Monaco and she left her stable job at the Department of Homeland Security, bought a one-way ticket to Thailand, and has been traveling the world since November 2015.

In today's episode, Amber talks about how her Type A personality has factored into her travels, the right way to leave a corporate job, the difference between vacations, and slow travel, why loved Bali but hated Cambodia, and the surprise trip she was brave enough to take.

 

To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/158


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Apr 7, 2017

In this week's solo episode I provide an unrelated personal update that is too good not to share and I also explain how I went from have zero trips planned to now having four trips planned in just a three-day period.

 

To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/157


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Apr 7, 2017

Today, I am continuing my conversation with Chris Backe from One Weird Globe. We discuss how failing fast helped him find what he wanted to do as a digital nomad. He also talks about his unique approach to helping his clients, the multiple income sources that fund his travels, and how he earns money from his blog.

He also gives us an honest take on full-time travel blogging and shares his experience in self-publishing.

 

To find links to the resources mentioned in today's episode, visit www.livingunconventionally.com/156


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Apr 3, 2017

This week's guest is Chris from One Weird Globe. Chris talks about the five years he spent in Korea, the two years he spent in Thailand, and his current travels in Europe.

He also provides some "pro tips" for people considering teaching English in Korea, where to go in Thailand if you want to get away from tourists, and what to keep in mind when packing for fast travels.

 

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