Suitcase Entrepreneur Podcast Feature

Suitcase Entrepreneur Podcast Feature
I was recently interviewed on my good friend Natalie Sisson’s Suitcase Entrepreneur Podcast. In the episode we get into the how and why of me getting started traveling the world and operating my businesses on the road. I go into detail on my evolution from part-time web developer back in 2002 to starting a safari company in Tanzania nowadays. We also discuss the importance of giving back, and I delve into a few of my bigger charity rally adventures, such as when I drove from London to Mongolia, the Shoebaru Trans-Africa rally, and my 5,000+ miles piloting an auto-rickshaw throughout India and Nepal.

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Oman Road Trip

Mirbat Camp

Oman had never really been at the top of my must-see list. Having traveled to quite a few countries of Arabic and Islamic influence, I generally know what to expect: friendly people, early morning call-to-prayer wake-ups, and pesky alcohol … [Read More]

2014 Year Overview

Year Overview 2014

One year later--same shirt, same shades, opposite side of the world! For the third year in a row I'd like to recount what I progressed on over the last twelve months, as well as the things I still need to keep working at. The reasons for doing … [Read More]

Rickshaw Run, Yet Again

Rickshaw Run 2014

"Whew! What an adventure. Now that it’s finished, I can honestly say that I’m glad I did it. Would I do it again? Nope. Would I go back? Yes, I would go back to parts of India (and definitely Nepal) again, but just as a tourist, not as a rickshaw … [Read More]

Burning Man Revisited

Burning Man 2014: Camp Awesomeness

Burning Man. A city in the desert. A culture of possibility. A network of dreamers and doers. An annual experiment in temporary community dedicated to radical self-expression and radical self-reliance. I had no intentions of going to Burning Man … [Read More]

Halfway There & Awesomenessfest

Awesomenessfest Phuket 2014

Six months ago I published a New Year's Resolution-type post about how I had only one goal for this year: get Pamoja Safaris up and running. Now I find that 2014 is halfway finished. Time flies. To be honest, going in I pretty much knew that I … [Read More]

Year Overview for 2013

palomino-colombia-hammock

Hola from Colombia! This time around I'm revisiting my post from January of last year to see what I was most proud of accomplishing during 2012, what didn't go quite as planned, and what I have to look forward to over the next twelve … [Read More]

AdventureMetrics.com is Live!

Adventure Metrics

Hey--where did all of the Adventure Metrics podcast episodes go? Well, I've moved them all over to their new home at AdventureMetrics.com. Matt and I will be using that site as a base of operations for anything to do with the show. Being as we're … [Read More]

One Foot in Farmington Hills…

Hanging with the Tribesmen in Tanzania

Natalie Burg from Metro Mode Media--a Detroit-area online news source--wrote an exceptionally flattering article on my recent exploits over on their web site. At 30, Scott Brills has been to 70 countries and all seven continents. By 35, his goal is … [Read More]