Borderless Podcast

Zak Slayback is an Ivy League apostate. When he realized the traditional education path was going nowhere, he dropped out of Penn to join forces with a couple of other visionaries as the Business Development Director of Praxis. It’s a one-year program for entrepreneurial young people in which they both complete a year-long education program–while also being placed in growing startups and small to mid-size businesses for hands-on, real-world experience.

Is Praxis right for you–or your child? The qualifications are tough, but the potential outcomes are exciting! In this week’s Borderless Podcast we find out why and how.

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As a gift to those in our awesome audience (that’s you!) we have put together some extra special free content for this holiday season.

We got together with Pete Sisco, who has been one of out most popular guests, to do a special podcast with SPECIFIC tips for building online income. Pete has definitely proven himself in the area of online marketing by starting and operating many wildly successful online businesses while simultaneously traveling the world non-stop for the last 10 years.

We cover many important questions such as:

What is the difference between real successful online income and the spammy programs that you see all the time?

How soon after starting an online business should someone expect to be making money?

What if someone doesn’t have any specific product or service in mind at the moment, what can that person can do?

Is it necessary to have a someone knowledgable about the industry guide you through the process of starting an online business?

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This one will piss you off. When Brian Aitken needed to transport legally owned guns within New Jersey, he called the State Police to make sure he followed the law explicitly. But when an out-of-control police officer and judge equate gun possession with criminal activity, the law is a minor inconvenience. The result: he went to prison, his passport was confiscated and he hasn't seen his little boy in six years.

In this week's episode we examine the state of freedom in the United States, and focus on some important reminders for those seeking to live as a free a life as possible. 


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Brought up in the Bible Belt Prairies of Canada, Gabriel Scheare has come a long way; both philosophically and physically. Originally attracted to Chile by the promise of a freedom-loving community, which fell apart in grand fashion, Gabriel and partners have learned the lessons and are creating community catering to entrepreneurs and freelancers in Valdivia, Chile.

In this episode we hear about both the background and vision for Fort Galt--as well as the Exosphere at which Gabriel and his partners first met.

Direct download: BorderlessPodcast151210-GabrielScheare.mp3
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Justin Cooke didn't plan on starting Empire Flippers when he headed for the Philippines in 2010, but when the business he worked for started falling apart--and he pictured having to go back to the US, pull his stuff out of storage and start over again there--he got serious.

Today Empire Flippers is matching online business sellers with buyers, and helping them through the process of making the exchange. For many it's a much better option that traditional investments, and can afford them the freedom to live the lives of their dreams!

Direct download: BorderlessPodcast151202-JustinCooke.mp3
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D.R. Fideler was location-independent before location-independent was cool. But he was worried his clients might not like it. So he just didn't tell them he'd moved to Bosnia. And he pulled it off! The good news: when he eventually broke the news, they were happy for him.

In this week's Borderless Podcast, we find out how he did it, his motivation and why this life of freedom is much better than dealing with the politics of a career in "higher education."

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Every week we receive messages from people who are frustrated in their attempts to go Borderless. Some of the reasons are substantive, but others are psychological. Enter Pavlok, a wristband that helps people break bad behaviors through "zaptic feedback."

In this week's episode we talk with Pavlok's creator, Maneesh Sethi. Even though he authored an international best-seller at 14 and went on to accomplish remarkable things, he was frustrated by his level of productivity--until he hired a woman to sit in his office and slap him in the face every time he went on Facebook. His productivity increased and the idea for Pavlok was born!

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What's a guy to do after making millions pioneering the computer security industry, becoming entangled in a Belizean murder case, escaping with his life and staying on the run for two years to avoid assassination? Run for President of the United States, of course. And to John McAfee this is no joke. He is intensely concerned about the damage hackers can do to the US government—and outraged that they don't seem to grasp the gravity of it.


In this week's episode you'll learn what both organizations and individuals can do to protect themselves, why freedom has suffered in recent times and why McAfee believes he is more qualified than any other Presidential candidate.

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Jason Wilkinson was making a success of his Electronic Publishing business when he realized, since it was home-based, he may as well "move to vacation." One potential challenge? He was married with two teenage daughters. If this seems like an insurmountable barrier to you, listen to this week's episode to find out how he and his wife pulled it off.


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It's a special La Calaca episode of the Borderless Podcast. As our town, San Miguel de Allende, is celebrating Mexico's Day of the Dead, many are coming to visit. We talk to Matthew Brown, Jonathan's new associate in his artesanal mezcal business, about how his parents came to Mexico to give birth to him—in order to give him a chance at more freedom. He'll discuss his life of living in the country, helping make mezcal and reforesting wild agave.

Then our friend, PanAm Post's Fergus Hodgson, pops in to share the experience of his visit to Cuba, what it's really like and his frank conclusions about the potential for more freedom there.

Direct download: BorderlessPodcast151101-FergusAndMatthew.mp3
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In 2008, JohnnyFD was 27 and leading a drone-like existence in California. But a trip to Thailand changed his life. From Scuba Diving Instructor to competitive Muay Thai fighter to his present life as a successful Digital Nomad, his awakening and path epitomizes the Borderless lifestyle.

This week's episode finds Johnny in South Africa, about to go on a safari, but still working on his drop-shipping business. We talk about his discoveries, finding one's groove and just how good life can be when you're willing to think outside your borders!

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Harald Baldr left his native Norway at age 18. Since then he's built and sold a successful business, lectured full time at Universities and picked up two new languages. In all he's lived in 60 countries, but presently prefers Kiev, Ukraine. He used to blog about freedom, politics and economics, but now focuses instead on travel, investing and women.


In this week's episode he clues us in to what life in Scandinavia is really like, tells us about his experiences in the many countries where he's lived, speaks plainly about investing methods he considers smart—as well as providing a Hot Girl Banging Lightning Round. :)

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You're interested in life in another country, but how really do you make the best decision as to where? If you're overwhelmed by the dizzying sources of information, we think you'll love this week's Borderless Podcast. We talk with Josh Linnes of Viva Tropical. Originally from the US, he started out looking for new and better places to surf, but starting a family brought a new perspective. It wasn't long before he and business partner Park Wilson went on exploratory adventures throughout Central America that led to their deep understanding of it as a real estate investment. They share their insights by refusing to resort to the typical travel magazine hype, and instead giving you a framework for profitable investing abroad. Bottom line? They help you find what's actually right for you.

Oh, and James and are are sipping my new shipment of artesenal mezcal throughout. :)

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When you're considering expatriation, medical care is usually on the checklist of things worth investigating. And when you do investigate, it can be very refreshing—especially if you come from the US. Often policies are available that are in many ways better and virtually always much less expensive. Alex Routh left Vancouver, Canada, in 1995 for Japan, then China, Hong Kong, Thailand, a sailboat in the Carribean and has settled in the Domincan Republic. As owner of Protexplan, he's been helping expats with medical insurance for 20 years. Find out how it works in this week's Borderless Podcast.



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Is Panama the place for you? If a reasonably easy to get residency and favorable tax policies are what you're looking for the answer may be yes. In this week's episode we talk with Rey Evans of Noble House Precious Metals. His wife is a Panamanian attorney and he is her English liaison. As a US citizen who has lived in Panama for five years—and helped many get their residency, he's in a unique position to offer advice about the pros and cons of this Central American nation.

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Is it true that today entrepreneurship is more profitable and safer than a job? That jobs are actually riskier than most think? That's the conclusion Taylor Pearson, author of the bestselling book, “The End of Jobs,” came to after spending the last three years working with hundreds of entrepreneurs from Los Angeles to Vietnam, Brazil to New York.


In this episode we talk about how people are investing in entrepreneurship to create more freedom, meaning, and wealth in their lives—not to mention the fallout from the meteoric success he's experiencing from the book.


Show Notes:


Taylor's research for the book (3:00)

“The Fourth Economy,” economic shift (5:58)

Are people prepared for this shift? (7:40)

James' explanation of this economic evolution (8:20)

How technology has affected this shift (10:27)

When Taylor realized traditional path no longer sensible (12:10)

Entrepreneurship risky? (14:05)

Difference between real and perceived risk (17:53)

Best specific skill sets for today (20:01)

Doing “safe” things that feel “risky” (21:00)

Software is eating the world (23:46)

Amazon vs. Walmart (25:08)

College worth it anymore? Other strategies (26:25)

The Condescending Group ad (28:43)

Background in digital marketing and systems consulting (31:05)

How people will transition from job model to entrepreneurship (32:55)

Path 1: Apprenticeships (33:25)

Path 2: Stair-stepping (35:04)

Avoiding the fear of macro-economics and embracing individual agency (36:00)

Obsession with personal productivity systems (40:00)

The secret: a longer lever (45:30)

Daily rituals (47:28)

Book recommendations (48:00)

“War of Art” -Steven Pressfield

“Linchpin” -Seth Godin

“Purple Cow” -Seth Godin

“Antifragile” -Nassim Taleb

“Man's Search for Meaning” -Viktor Frankl

“Principles" -Ray Dalio

Taylor's apprenticeship with Tropical MBA (51:39)


Borderless Society (55:35)

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A discussion of expatration options is never complete without Paraguay. Lonnie McRorey is orginally from Pennsylvania, but has lived in South America for several years--Paraguay for five. In this episode we find out pretty much anything you'd need to know about life there: pros, cons, starting a business, cost of living, weather, safety and how must it really costs to find a reliable fixer to help with residency.

Direct download: BorderlessPodcast150908-LonnieMcRorey.mp3
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As a research professor and scientist-in-residence at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Yousaf Butt may not sound like the typical Digital Nomad. But he’s been able to buy out plenty of time to travel the world—often in his sailboat. He enjoys it so much, he created, which is a site designed to connect travelers with each other no matter where they’re going. He talks about his “travel bug,” his sailing excursions and the satisfaction that comes from creating one's own life. 

We also roll out a new feature on some of our favorite podcasts, this week focusing on Nomad Capitalist Live. We highlight the results of our Borderless survey, and announce the coming launch of the Borderless Society. 

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In this episode we are joined by Mariza Taillefer of the Abroad podcast. By the age of 30 Mariza had finished her MBA, was making six figures, got married, owned a home, a dog and yes, even a picket fence. About a year later, she found herself very dissatisfied with life. Her marriage ended, her job was a drag and her life was in a rut. She decided to take off to see the world. She went backpacking throughout Europe and spent several years in Brazil where she met her fiancé.

Mariza ran across a very unknown detail of the Spanish business visa that makes it very accessible to digital nomads and location independent entrepreneurs. It even makes Spanish citizenship available in two years for qualified people.


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Pick something and get started, you're biggest enemy is inertia - Paul Rosenberg

Paul Rosenberg has been a huge advocate for online privacy since the inception of the internet. He keeps up with all of the latest news at his blog The Free-man's Perspective and was a founder of Cryptohippie, the software which protects your online communication.

In this episode Paul breaks down who is collecting our online communication and how they are using it. We learned many things about the current state of privacy on the internet and what we need to do to protect ourselves.

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Pets Sisco from Episode 7 joins us again to discuss the recent article Should Liberty Lovers Leave the United States?. In the article  James debates Carla Gericke of The Free State Project over whether or not someone fed up with the government of the US should stay and fight or leave and look for greener pastures elsewhere. This is a very enlightening discussion about how different life can be when moving to different countries and what the future may look like.

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This episode we spoke to Blu Mcgelvin, a new addition to the community in San Miguel de Allende. Blu talks about how he was able to get past his challenges of being kicked out of his house at 16 years old and putting himself though school while living out of his car. He was able to carve out a special tech skill for himself that allows him to make a good living for himself while working remotely from anywhere in the world. He in a great example of someone who has broken past some of the borders that were put in front of him to live the life that he always wanted.

After the interview James and Jonathan talk about the recent article This Is What $500 A Month In Rent Would Get You In Cities All Around The World  and some of the suggestions that people made of the best places in the world to relocate to.

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Gonzalo Gomez of Puntaconsultants is a Uruguayan native who helps people improve their quality of life by relocating either full or part time to Uruguay. Gonzalo is highly experienced in the details that are involved in Uruguayan residency applications and has obtained more than 300 residencies for his clients. In this episode we talk to him about all things dealing with Uruguay and getting established there.

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Sean Ogle is a great example of someone who has reinvented himself with his own online business. After following the normal path and getting a job in finance he has what he calls a “quarter life crisis” where he decided to completely change his path in life. He took off to Bali where he started his own blog and internet business. Surprisingly within a few months he had had a sustainable income from his business that he could take with him anywhere. SInce then he has been concentrating on accomplishing all of the things on his bucket list while traveling the world.

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In this episode we talk to Hrvoje Moric, a professor at Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey and host of the Guadalajara Geopolitics Podcast

Hrvoje was raised by a Croatian family in the US and decided to leave in the early 2000's to help the peace core in Mongolia. After Studying in Switzerland he came to Mexico to teach students about Geopolitics. He works to innovate the classroom with gamification and having Skype appearances by such authors as Paul Craig Roberts, Ray McGovern, James Bamford and Lord Christopher Monckton.

He has also recently launched the Guadalajara Geopolitics Institute where he covers world events with many world renowned authors and speakers. 

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In this episode we go over the latest financial news around the world. With the Greek negotiations, the collapse in the Chinese stock market and many other things going on in the world we thought we would bring in an expert to tell us what to make of it all.

Olav Dirkmaat is a precious metals analyst for Gold Republic and a founder of Hedgehog Capital. We talk to Olav about his opinion on the markets and where they are heading.

Once the interview is over James and Jonathan go over some news with the Borderless Network as well as address the haters who say that leaving the US is for cowards.

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Bobby Casey is the managing director of Global Wealth Protection. He is an expert in offshore strategies for businesses and individuals. In this episode we talk to him about the creation of GWP and some of the specific ways that he helps entrepreneurs save money on taxes.

There is some very good actionable information in this one. Get ready to take some notes.

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In this episode we talk to Sean Reagan and Mittie Roger about leaving the US making a new lives for themselves adventure traveling through Latin America.

Sean Reagan had a Foreign Policy job in Washington, DC when he decided it wasn't the life that he wanted to continue to lead. Seven years ago he packed up and moved to Mexico working as a freelance photographer at Sean Reagan Photography.

Mittie Roger has also been living and working in Mexico city after traveling to many places throughout the world. You can find her writings at her Girls Wander blog.

We were able to have Sean and Mittie in our Studio in San Miguel de Allende to talk about how they are able to make a living while traveling and many other things.

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The island has passed legislation to position itself in a unique situation where it is the only place in the world where US citizens can escape US Federal as well as state income tax without renouncing. John Paulson's endorsement of the program has caused many people to take notice and many people have been coming in with their own opinions of the program. In this Episode we had on Ramphis Castro who has been instrumental in putting these acts as well as other reforms to try to make many places in the Caribbean more friendly to entrepreneurs. He addresses the conserns abot the ability of these policies to continue as well as other details of the acts. Ramphis is also helping organize a StartUp workshop this year in Cuba. He talks about the changing environment there for business and how people can get involved.

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In 2007, Mark qualified for welfare and started his online business from a computer at the public library (because he couldn’t afford his own). Using YouTube & Google Pay Per Click, he began to sell affiliate products. Today, nearly $20 million dollars of his own info-products have been sold.  In this episode Mark gives some priceless gems of wisdom for those that want to start their own online business. Get ready to take pay attention to guy normally charges $50,000 - $100,000 for private consultations. 

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Chile is a great option for those looking for a new destination in Latin America. We spoke to John Cobin from Escape America Now about the good and bad of life in Chile. He has lived there for over ten years and helps newcomers get set up the right way.

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In this Episode we talk to Chris Delamo from Red Pill Philosophy. His YouTube rantings have made him a hit with over 8 million views and 40,000 subscribers. We spoke to Chris about some of the tactics he uses to stay authentic and consistent with his work as well as how technology and the internet is changing the landscape of business.

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In this episode we speak to Greg Bugiak from Invest Formosa. He has spent extensive time living and starting his own businesses in Thailand and Taiwan and knows all of the ins and outs of doing business there. He has options set up where one can easily move and invest in this great country. If storing precious metals or investing in businesses in this incredibly civilized country in interesting to you then this one is a must listen.

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In this episode we speak to Chris Morgan from The Cayman Enterprise City.  This city is a thriving community of tech entrepreneurs operating in Cayman Enterprise City (“CEC”), Grand Cayman’s innovative tax-free technology zone. CEC’s is attracting internet and technology companies and entrepreneurs within the marketing, media, commodities & derivatives and biotech industries and is now positioned to become a global offshore hub for these industries.

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In this episode we have Terence Gillespie on the show to discuss what happened with Galt's Gulch Chile and some of the lessons that can be learned from what happened there.

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In this episode of the Borderless Podcast James and Jonathan talk about some of the top ways to make a living while working from home and also answer questions from the Borderless Network.

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In 2004 she was working as an editor at a travel publishing company in the San Francisco Bay Area when she decided to take quit her job and travel the world. She created her own editing company Nomad Editorial to fuel her journeys through Latin America and Southeast Asia. During this time she discovered that although editing was paying the bills, she wanted to do something with more purpose. She then started Nomadtopia, the blog and podcast about making location independent income while traveling the world.

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This is a short behind the scenes clip. Kevin Koskella asks James and Jonathan about some of their philosopies on life and what the future of freedom may look like. 

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In this episode we talk to Kevin Koskella from the Freedom Lovin' Podcast. Much like the Borderless podcast Freedom Lovin' is about helping people that want to break free of the 9-5 office culture and pursue the life that they want to be living building freedom in an unfree world. We discuss many things in the episode such as how Kevin was able to make a living from selling information products based on his passion of swimming, the books that were great inspirations to him and some of his favorite places he has been able to visit with his location independent business. 

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hinking of getting a second passport?

I know there are many out there (just like us at the Borderless Podcast) who would love the options that having a second citizenship would afford.

To get to the bottom of all of the different paths to citizenship we spoke to Daniel Perron from Henley & Partners. As the former head of HSBC  Global Immigration Services, Daniel has over 30 years of experience in helping high net worth individuals with international business and banking solutions. During the interview we go over every possible avenue to get a second citizenship. Henley & Partners specializes in economic citizenship programs which they have set up in a way that you can get one of the best passports on the planet while actually making money on your investment at the same time.

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Are you interested in making money with your passion? If so this episode is for you.

Tom Corson-Knowles has written several best selling self published books and has a publishing company which helps others who want to do the same. We speak to him about his start in self publishing and how exactly it is that his company is able to create so many successful authors. The tools for contents creation are changing rapidly and the ability to make a living from creating any kind of art is easier than ever. We  go into specifics about how you can get started today becoming wealthy by doing something you love. 

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There has been a lot of interest lately about the Estonia E-residency program. In order to clear the air on what it is and what it is not we were able to get a hold of Kasper Korjus who is spearheading this program in the Estonian Government. In the interview we talk about who the program is good for presently and what their plans are for the future.

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This weeks podcast is all about Guatemala! Rocio Pinto is a the entrepreneurial ambassador for Universidad Francisco Marroquín and the one responsible for bringing this years MIT Global Startup Workshop to Guatemala city this March 25-27. We speak to her about the upcoming conference as well as other aspects of the start-up scene in Guatemala.

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Travis Boyd recently wrote a blog post entitled Why in the midst of success, I’m preparing to leave the US, where he outlined the reasons that recent tax and regulation hurdles in the US have caused him to prepare to leave the business that he built and look for brighter pastures overseas. In this episode we speak to him about what these problems are and go into depth about the Net Neutrality act which recently passed. We go into what this legislation means for everyone from an ISP business owner all to way down to the common American consumer. We also talk about the optimistic future in international markets and decentralized technologies. 

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If you are looking for inspiration to follow your dreams this episode is for you. Vale Dawson is a writer, traveler and life purpose coach and author of the book Dream Catcher.  In this episode we talk to Valen about how she got to where she is in life and many of the important lessons she has learned.

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Kallen is a career councilor who has helped over 2000 people achieve their goals. During the interview we discuss many things such as making a career without a college or high school degree, how to get a four your degree in one year and many other things. During the interview he gives an limited time opportunity to Borderless Podcast listeners to work with him directly. If you are looking for one on one help in achieving a borderless lifestyle this is the podcast for you.

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Barnaby is a true pioneer in web development, ecommerce, digital branding & online marketing. He loves to help people break free from their jobs and also to move their business online, automate ecommerce systems, & create online traffic to get more sales. In this episode we talk to him about his personal journey and how he now helps people free themselves form the regular 9-5. We also talk about the new products that we will be launching soon. 

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In this episode we talk to Jonathan Rand from American Chillers. Jonathan has made a life for himself by being a self=published author of children’s books. We talk about what it takes to be an entrepreneur and how he was able to overcome him critics. Much of the advice is equally valuable for those wanting to start a business in any market.

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In this episode we speak to the Diane Kennedy. She is an author, speaker and highly sought after tax strategist. She gives us invaluable information about how, when set up correctly, you can save a bundle in taxes by having a location independent business. 

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Medical costs are steadily increasing in the United States. Much of the population is teetering on the edge of financial ruin which could be brought about by just one accident or ailment. Also many people are not aware of the life saving procedures that are available in different countries. In this episode we talk to John Cote from the Healthcare Elsewhere Podcast about how medical tourism can be the perfect solution to these problems. He has spoken to over one hundred people in the industry and written a book on how to find the best places internationally to lower medical costs. He also gives us some incredible stories about people that have had their lives changed by procedures that were not available in the United States. Listen to this podcast to get some information that could save your life!

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David Chu was born and raised in China but his search for freedom has taken him to many places throughout the globe. He has settled down in Patagonia, Argentina and now runs the website Escape to Patagonia which offers relocation services for those interested in living there. In this episode we speak to him about his life growing up in China and the dramatic differences with his life now living in Argentina. 

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In this episode we talk to Domingo Silvas, CEO of Escape Artist International. His company has an invaluable resource for the international community for over twenty years and currently gets over one million unique visits per month. They offer a variety services for those thinking of living and working abroad. We talk to Domingo about his background, what his company offers and some of his favorite cities throughout the world.

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Are you worried about the sustainability of the western world? If so, Barry Solomon says the Dominican Republic is a great place to consider living. Barry is the co-founder of the popular website and youtube channel DR Escapes During his travels to over a hundred countries he realized that the mathematics of most western nations was unsustainable. His study of trend brought him to find the farming regions of the North Coast of the Dominican Republic as one of the most stable areas in the northern hemisphere. We talk to Barry about the cost of living, immigration, medical care and many other aspects of life in the Dominican Republic.

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