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 also go into detail on my evolution from part-time web developer back in 2002 to running a safari company in Tanzania nowadays.
We then 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.
My motto for the Suitcase Entrepreneur has been Create freedom in business and adventure in life for as long as I’ve run my business. It’s also something I live and breathe by.
But I have to say I’m put to shame when it comes to real adventuring by my good friend Scott Brills. He’s managed to make a full-time gig out of doing what he loves, going on crazy adventures and giving back. A pretty perfect trio for a full life!
Listen to the entire episode on SuitcaseEntrepreneur.com by clicking here.
Natalie is quite the adventurer herself, having quit her corporate gig years ago to further her dream of “creating freedom in business and adventure in life”. Her popular web site is chock-full of posts, podcasts, and products to assist you in doing the same, so be sure and take a look after you give the episode a listen.
Also, check out her best-selling book [Amazon], which goes into even more detail on how she created this life for herself, and how you can as well.