If the road is calling you, maybe it's time to answer. Author Bhavana Gesota shares her insights from 25 years of what she calls, "Slow Travel." Hear what she's learned of herself and others on this cosmic walk through life, and learn of a whole new dimension of yourself. Even if the idea of global travel doesn't excite you, Bhavana shares how you can get similar value from experiencing your own city with a fresh perspective.
Bhavana Gesota is an Indian American former technology professional, a self-taught artist, writer, thinker, and meditator. Her working life coupled with her own desire since she was a child to explore the world led her to living in nine countries, working in seven, and traveling to twenty-two more over five continents. What began as fast vacation travel eventually gave way to a love for slow travel.
What brought her to write this book is her firm belief that slow travel can be a real eye-opener to our very ideas of living through a deep and rich...
Traveling around the world isn't just for the rich, famous, and young. Greg Rodgers, a pioneering travel blogger and adventurer, shares his tips for prioritizing your globetrotting dreams today.
Some of this weeks episode highlights are:
4:19 We're used to vacation style travel which is expensive. When you return, your inbox is full and you're punished for taking vacation.
23:00 I'm used to working where and when I like. I'm willing to structure my life so that I can enjoy a location independent way of working.
32:15 Get over your fear. There is a mis-conception that extensive world travel is only accessible to the rich or the retired.
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Greg Rogers (00:00):
Usually the good things are on the other side of discomfort. And we have this natural biological tendency to lean away from discomfort. But if you can push through, that's usually where the reward is.
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