Applied Curiosity Lab Radio
About This Show
Podcast for the relentlessly curious. Interviews with unconventional thinkers from sub cultures & industries to extract insights & actionable bits that you can use to see what others miss and apply your talents in new ways. Elevate curiosity and escape the boundaries of ordinary.
Most Recent Episode
ACLR 022: What is Travel Hacking and How Can You Do It with Guillaume Schaer
3 days ago
Who are these people who seem to be able to travel the world without tremendous resources? How can you travel hack your way to massive adventure?
What credit card and awards benefits exist that you don't know about? How can you apply travel hacking secrets to other areas of your life? What are you missing?
Who is Guillaume Schaer?
Switzerland's Most Trusted Travel Hacker.
Founder of MilesAddict.
Founder of WEDO, a digital consultancy agency to help funded startups go from an idea to launching a product.
High-end video-surveillance expert.
World traveler and adventurer.
What will you learn?
How to have adventures that may seem beyond your financial ability.
What is travel hacking and how you can do it yourself.
The best credit cards for travel benefits.
How to optimize an around-the-world ticket using the 4 Cs.
Who is Guillaume's Columbia dealer and how can he help you.
What a travel hacker can do for you.
How can you maximize your opportunities for free travel?
What are your top three travel hacking tricks?
How do you find out all of the benefits that you can get from your credit card?
How can you fly business class for less than the price of economy?
What's the Best Rate Guarantee and how did you use it to stay in hotels for free?
What is Hidden City Ticketing?
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Rated 5 out of
Eye Opening and Motivational!
I have listened to the first 4 podcasts, and I am in love! The episode about mental illness changed the way I view mental illness. I've always had empathy for people with mental illness. My best friend's father was killed by mental illness (I have changed the way I phrase that [formally would have been committed suicide] after listening to the episode.) What I didn't realize is the amount of anguish and pain they experience on a daily basis. The 2nd episode with Mike Rich was terrific. When I taught a film studies class, I showed Finding Forrester each year. Prior to that I listened to Rich on KINK on my morning commute. I loved hearing about his process and what his journey has been as a screenwriter. Episode 3 is an interview with a former 103 lb., 5' 4" Green Beret, Jan Rutherford. His words about leadership and grit were inspiring, and his message about facing challenges and perseverance inspired me to work harder and ignore the voice in my head that tells me I can't do something. Lastly, the episode about understanding the Constitution was brilliant. It took an extremely complicated topic and made it understandable for the layperson. With all of the fears floating around about "big brother" it is important to understand what is really happening. Becki Saltzman is an outstanding interviewer. She is a good listener and asks smart questions. Thank you Applied Curiosity Lab. Looking forward to more episodes.
Date published: 2017-10-04