Borderless Podcast

In this podcast I spoke to Grace Taylor of Gracefully Expat. After cutting her teeth in the big accounting firms she recently went solo and now helps individuals with expat finance and tax strategy.

We discuss:

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This episode's guest was Jordan Stanley Payne, founder of The Kingdom Real Estate. In only a few years he has acquired millions of dollars worth of rental properties through creative financing and teach others how to do the same.

We talk about how you can find and structure deals where you puts none of your own money down!

He also shares how he was able to build his own team and then branch out into making money online.

I hope you enjoy.

This weeks sponsor is my own donations page. I will be using all donations for Mexican Earth quake relief which I will be going to deliver and help with personally. For donations and updates please go to my gofundme page.

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Sitting in on the beach with your toes in the sand, sipping a Mai-Tai and coding the next ground breaking app. Does that sounds too good to be true? Well, that's because it usually is.

Search #digitalnomad on social media and you will see an onslaught of pictures with people in all kinds of strange positions with their laptops in locations that would be pretty inappropriate to concentrate on any kind of serious task.

That does not mean that it is all smoke an mirrors however. There was a very interesting Harvard Study done about the reality of the self-proclaimed digital nomads, the results of which were written about in an article entitled Globetrotting Digital Nomads: The Future Of Work Or Too Good To Be True? I think it's one of the best articles written on the topic. It turns out there are very few people who have staying power as a digital nomad.

So is being a digital nomad a viable long term path or a risky career gamble?

To answer that question Brian David Crane gave a talk entitled The Hidden Downsides of Being A Digital Nomad in which went over many of the unrealistic aspects of the digital nomad lifestyle. I thought it was well thought out and he made some interesting points to consider.

Three things that he says are essential in order to have staying power as a digital nomad are:

  1. A plan
  2. An in-demand skill
  3. Self-discipline

Some of the drawbacks that he points out are:

  • Undeveloped "Plate Discipline" which is knowing what to spend your time on once you are free from an office.
  • Lack of mentorship.
  • Your appearance can cause envy or perceptions that could jeopardize your career.
  • Lack of sustainable momentum.
  • Road fatigue.
  • Lack of stability.
  • An unhealthy mix of friendship and business.

However, that does not mean that working abroad is a bad option. He recommends to stop thinking of yourself as a nomad and more of an expat. Expats stay longer than a few months in at least one base where they have some kind of roots established.

After listening to this talk I realized that I am an expat and not a digital nomad, even though I have described myself as such in the past. This is a good realization because these bases could also be described as flags for which to apply PT Theory.

Much of what he recommends is similar to what I recommended in my recent video How to make money in Latin America.

At the end of the day the distinction may seem like we are splitting hairs but I think there are some important things to consider.

Please take a listen to my conversation with Brian David Crane on this topic, especially if you are thinking about taking the digital nomad plunge.

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Ka Sundance is a father of six who travels the world with his family while working on projects he loves. Sound too good to be true? In our chat he talks about how he is able to do this and why he thinks it is every parents responsibility to live their life to the fullest.

During the interview we discuss how he goes about educating his children while traveling, the problems with the normal schooling and career path, safety concerns while abroad and the techniques he teaches people for them to be able to make money doing something they love.

I think after listening to the interview you will agree that he is quite an inspiring guy. Check out all he has to offer at The Sundance Family website.

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"This is the future of capital markets. All companies and real estate deals will raise money online in the future." - Scott Purcell

This episode is all about crowdfunding!

Crowdfunding is a new technology that, in my opinion, isn't getting nearly as much attention as it should be. The ability to go straight to the people that support you or your brand to raise capital with no middleman is something that could change everything. In the mean time it is something that you can learn how to use to grow your business and investments.

This week I was joined by Scott Purcell who is the CEO and Founder of FundAmerica. He helps companies with the nuts and bolts of technology-driven fundraising efforts, especially for debt and equity offerings.

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Dr. Robert Glover is the author of No More Mr Nice Guy: The Proven Plan for Getting What You Want in Love, Sex and Life. He discovered "The Nice Guy Syndrome" which is a belief system that many men posses which keeps them frustrated and unable to live the life that they want. As a therapist he helps men get out of The Nice Guy Syndrome and offers online material, support groups and conferences that can be found on his website.

During the interview we discuss his book, how he transitioned to location independence, why and how he moved to Puerto Vallarta and the differences in the dating scene between the US and Mexico.

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I had the pleasure of speaking to Robert Engels about what he describes as a white economic genocide going on now in South Africa. Robert is an attorney and legal consultant in the region and has seen first hand the damage that has been done. He is part of a group that is trying to spread awareness about the atrocities taking place in South Africa that the media is silent about.

In the past few years many racially motivated left wing policies have been put into place which have caused economic hardships and violence specifically towards the white population. In our discussion we break down these policies and the effects that they have had.

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This week I spoke to Stefan Verstappen from Through his studies of ancient civilizations he believes that we are entering the "Age of Chaos." We talk about the implications of such a transition.

We also go over some practical self-defense tactics. If we are in fact entering the Age of Chaos thinking about these kinds of things is more important than ever.

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We discuss life in Singapore and what it was that made him choose to get citizenship there even though it meant giving up his German one. We go over how he was able to effectively quadruple his income by making this move. He is very positive about many of the policies that Singapore uses and we contrast those with those of most western countries.

We also talk about his precious metals storage company and the precious metals market in general.  He has put together what he considers to be the most secure way of storing metals and he explains why. We also go over his thoughts on the future of banking and how precious metals and cryptocurrencies may play a par in the future of banking.

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