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The Expat Money Show - With Mikkel Thorup
74 minutes | 7 days ago
131: Travelling To Brazil During The Pandemic – Mikkel Thorup
Today's guest on The Expat Money Show is Mikkel Thorup who will be talking about travelling to Brazil during the pandemic.Last week's episode was on travelling To Costa Rica during the pandemic, if you haven't had a chance to listen to that episode, it really is a very personal account of why this week we're talking about Brazil. It kind of sets this episode up, so go back and listen, you won't regret it. HERE’S WHAT MIKKEL DISCUSSED IN DETAIL:How the process of entering back into Panama from Costa Rica was. Documents required and not required and the time frame for everything involved.How life was back in Panama getting ready for their massive trip to Brazil. What Mikkel and his team needed to accomplish so they could leave for several months.Please join our Facebook group, it's called ExpatMoneyForum. We have 3 amazing admins that help monitor the group and answer questions. If you would like to help, we would love to have you.The future of Expat Money Forum, how it will look and how you can get involved.Now it's time to head to Brazil. What do the airports look like, here in Panama and in Rio, Brazil? is everything open or totally closed? And what do you need documentation-wise to enter Brazil?All about Rio de Janeiro! Is it all people say it is?Travelling to Florianopolis, Brazil, a cute little island of about 500,000 people. The real estate, food, open/closed, what is it really like?Wait for the big surprise!!!!Drama, lots of drama! getting a new phone, passport, residency process, and how different the process is in Panama.Brazilian food, supermarkets, roads, the weather...Please subscribe to our podcast on Stitcher Radio, Apple Podcast or your favourite platform and leave us a 5* review!And a ton more! RELATED PODCAST EPISODES130: Travelling To Costa Rica During The Pandemic – Mikkel Thorup129: How To Move To Saipan Without A Visa Or Even A Passport – Vin Armani116: How To Move To Panama Or Use It As Your Plan-B Residency – Mikkel Thorup HOW TO REACH MIKKEL THORUPFollow Mikkel on Twitter @ThorupMikkelSend Mikkel a message at the bottom of our Contact Us Page FINAL THOUGHTSI am so excited to be in Brazil. It's a beautiful country with so much to offer. If you ever get the chance, make sure you visit and take in all of the wonderful sites she has to offer. I would really appreciate it if you would share this podcast with a friend or family member, join our newsletter at expatmoneyshow.com and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Join our FB group, Expat Money Forum and let me know your thoughts. Have you been to Brazil, I would really love to hear from you!
57 minutes | 14 days ago
130: Travelling To Costa Rica During The Pandemic – Mikkel Thorup
Today’s guest on The Expat Money Show is Mikkel Thorup. Many of us want to get back to travelling, seeing the world, but with Covid and tests and vaccines, no one is really sure about where to go and how to get there. In this episode, Mikkel discusses Costa Rica During The Pandemic. What was required to leave Panama and enter Costa Rica and how his 2-week vacation was in the country to the west! HERE’S WHAT MIKKEL DISCUSSED IN DETAIL:Mikkel no longer working with his partners at Escape Artist and going out on his own. Nothing will change with the podcast, same great content as always!Please subscribe to our podcast on Stitcher Radio, Apple Podcast or your favourite platform.In planning their big trip to Brazil, his trip to Costa Rica had to come first, why?As you might know, as a Canadian or an American, you can enter Costa Rica for 90 days without a visa; however, if you are a Chinese citizen without another visa in place, you cannot just walk into Brazil. Listen as Mikkel explains what needs to happen if you are not from a country that doesn't have a Tier A passport.How immigration and security were handled both in leaving Panama and arriving in Costa Rica, and the documents required when leaving with a childTravel Insurance and Health Pass to enter Costa RicaWhat does San Jose look like during Covid? Were masks worn? people living in fear?The first visit to the Brazilian Embassy. How well that went? and the final outcome.Was Brazil in the cards for the Thorup's big trip?Two weeks in a beautiful ocean resort and all the amazing adventures Mikkel and his family went onMeeting friends and making their way to one of the most beautiful resorts on the coast of Costa Rica - Hotel Three-sixtyHiring a private yacht - swimming with dolphins, whale watching, turtles, hiking, bird watching, large mammalsCosta Rica is open, don’t be afraid to travelShare this episode with a friend, all the episodes in fact, we’re on a mission to share this with the world, go out there and live your life.Please give us a like and a review on Apple podcast, Stitcher Radio ExpatMoneyForum.com - please join our private FB group - we have almost 2,000 members as of this podcastExpatmoneyshow.com leave me a message RELATED PODCAST EPISODES116: How To Move To Panama Or Use It As Your Plan-B Residency – Mikkel Thorup HOW TO REACH MIKKEL THORUP FINAL THOUGHTSThis type of interview is quite difficult to do when you're used to interviewing others on what they do for a living. Here, in this episode, I am open and honest about what our trip was like to Costa Rica to get ready for our biggest adventure ever. Please make sure to tune in next week when I tell all about Brazil, I promise to not disappoint!
75 minutes | 21 days ago
129: How To Move To Saipan Without A Visa Or Even A Passport – Vin Armani
Today’s guest on the Expat Money Show is Vin Armani, a philosopher, serial tech-entrepreneur, and CryptoSavage. He was co-founder of CoinText and is the author of several Bitcoin payment protocols. He is the author of three books and a highly regarded public speaker on topics of liberty and cryptocurrency. He has recently moved from mainland USA to live on the little island of Saipan, a commonwealth of the United States in the Western Pacific Ocean. HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:What makes someone leave mainland USA and move to a small US Territory in the middle of nowhere?What are the benefits of being a digital nomad? especially today with CovidHow did Vin Armani hear about Saipan?Big Private Cities, where are they and what do they have to offer.Had Vin and his family ever been expats? and how did they feel about it?What are the challenges of moving overseas, especially to a country that only has a population of 55,000?How to legally pay NO Taxes to the US federal government living in SaipanThe government and how things are run in Saipan, and what you can expect in day to day livingHow the life in Saipan feels so free, they have the ability to move around freely, all businesses are open and running smoothlyWhat a typical day is like for Vin, what does he do all day?www.cryptofrontier.org on-ramp for this communityMikkel and Vin talk about the culture in Saipan, Mexico and Panama. Doing a little comparison with the Latin culture.How are the schools and education for the kids?What's the internet and satellite like?Is Saipan crypto-friendly, what have they had to overcome?Using Saipan as a testing ground for the cryptocurrency economyAs Vin would say; Don't go there to escape, you're not fleeing, go there so that you can help to build, be valuable to them, be a contributor, don't just be a taker.Mikkel and Vin have both been guests on the Lions of Liberty Podcast multiple times. As Vin says in both appearances: pack your shit and go! RELATED PODCAST EPISODES109: How To Find Freedom And Travel Like A Boss – Johnny FD093: Why Are People Leaving The USA – Travis Luther042: Matt Javit – International Award Winning Sales Executive Leaves It All Behind To Travel The World HOW TO REACH OUT TO VIN ARMANICryptofrontier.org movement in Saipan@vinarmani FINAL THOUGHTSSuch a fun conversation with Vin today, I love talking with like-minded individuals about freedom and how to achieve it. It's closer than you think, you just have to hear the right podcast!! Saipan has a population of 55,000, they can handle a few hundred more!
60 minutes | a month ago
128: Travelling To Every Country In The World - Salvatore Lavallo
Today’s guest on The Expat Money Show is Sal Lavallo, one of the youngest people to have visited all 193 countries in the world. He has worked with brands such as Marriott, E*Dreams, G Adventures and more, and has been featured in CNN, Business Insider, CNBC, and Conde Nast Traveler on this 12-minute YouTube video where he talks about every country he has visited.I'm so excited to chat about where he's been and what awaits him for the future of travel after being to every country by the time he was only 27 years old. HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:How did Sal decide that he wanted to visit every country in the worldGrowing up with immigrant parents, Father from Italy and Mother from GermanyAttending an international boarding school, how did that experience shape his views on the worldHow does Sal keep track of everywhere he has been and how long he was thereWhat is your reason to travel and see the worldThey share their love of the UAE as Sal has lived in Abu Dhabi for 10 years and Mikkel lived there for 8What is travel and what does it mean to youWhere does Mikkel want his next travel destination to be and whyThe experiences Sal and Mikkel have had in different locations across the globeTheir love of food, art, and a good cafe!What Sal's sweet spot is for a time in a destination?Mikkel and Sal chat about the countries they loved, like North Korea and China and how they both believe the media gets it so wrong when they talk about countries like these.And just a ton more! RELATED PODCAST EPISODES125: Overcoming Fear Through Travel – Mike Corey091: The Wandering Investor Shares Insights From Around The World - Ladislas Maurice068: Gunnar Garfors – Travel Adventurer Visits Every Country In The World Twice!HOW TO REACH OUT TOTik Tok - @sallavalloSal Lavallo - Stores From Every Country You Tube FINAL THOUGHTSSuch a great conversation with Sal. It was so fascinating to hear stories about countries that I have yet to travel to, like Djibouti, Saudi Arabia and Ethiopia and to get to know Sal, what drives another person to want to visit every country in the world.
41 minutes | a month ago
127: Lockdowns Around The World And Where It's Safe To Go - Jeffrey Tucker
Today's guest on The Expat Money Show is Jeffrey Tucker the Editorial Director for the American Institute for Economic Research. He is the author of many thousands of articles in the scholarly and popular press and nine books in 5 languages, most recently Liberty or Lockdown. He is also the editor for The Best of Mises.I am super excited to be talking with Jeffrey today about the draconian lockdowns that have been taking place around the globe. Were they necessary? and have they solved the problems? HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:Freedom and LibertyCentral PlanningHerd ImmunityPolitical panicGlobal lockdown policiesChoosing medieval strategiesCountries that chose not to lockdownCountries that chose severe lockdowns and how they are doingTexas, how the governor dealt with his lockdown strategy and what made him change his mindHave we been primed by big Hollywood blockbuster movies, like Contagion to accept that this is real and we need to deal with it as such?China, the start of it all. How are they doing? what did they do differently than the rest of the worldHow states allowed diseased people into Long Term Care facilities because 'they needed the beds' in hospitals and they saved those beds for new cases of Covid.Why anyone would pursue such terrible policiesSchools, concerts, Spring break...should they have been shut down?Our natural immune systemHas the population been traumatized?What countries are open for visitors right now?and so much more! RELATED PODCAST EPISODES117: How To Protect Yourself From The Digital Inquisition - Remso Martinez090: Finding Sovereignty On The High Seas - Chad Elwartowski080: Sean McFate - How the New Face of War will Affect You & Your InvestmentHOW TO REACH OUT TO JEFFREY TUCKERLiberty or Lockdown@JeffreyATucker FINAL THOUGHTSWow, this is a fast-talking, dynamic 45-minute interview. I was very honoured to have Jeffrey on my show for all of you to listen to. If you don't know anything about Jeffrey Tucker, here is your introduction. Please, buy his book Liberty or Lockdown. Read some of his articles, he is just a wealth of information on these draconian lockdowns.Loved my 45 minutes with you Jeffrey, hopefully, we can do it again soon!
75 minutes | a month ago
126: How To Escape Off The Grid – Gary Collins
Today’s guest on The Expat Money Show is Gary Collins, founder of ‘The Simple Life’ podcast. He is a former special agent and military intelligence officer who takes a no-BS, no-fluff, what's-really-working- now approach to live the life you really want and cutting the meaningless clutter and drama. Today we're going to be talking about going off the grid. What that looks like, can you do it, and what does it take to go off the grid. HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:How does a former Special Agent, with tons of degrees, decide he wants to live off the grid?What was the tipping point for Gary to make that move, to decide to sell everything?Great story about a dining room table, really cool story!!Do you have the shiny objects syndrome? Why would someone want to go off the grid? what are the benefits and what are the pitfalls?If going off the grid was your life dream, where would you start? what is the first thing you would have to do to make it a reality?Gary Collins talks about how he found his first plot of land to build his off-the-grid house.Is it easy to build your own home? how long can you expect it to take?Mikkel and Gary talk about the phases that need to happen when you build your own home. What if there is no infrastructure, water, roads, septic? What are the priorities, where do you start?Going Off The Grid - Buy Gary's books from his website. He makes such a small amount off his books, buy from him...he deserves every penny from it!The Simple Life Gary's website and you can buy everything from his website. Buy Direct!Where was Gary living while he built his home? and How long did it take to finish his home?How much of the building did Gary do himself? Do you think you could build a home? Go off the grid yourself, without help?Batteries for banking solarhttps://www.thesimplelifenow.com/offgridpics Make sure you visit Gary's website and this specific link. He is offering a ton of pictures that he documented along the way, building his beautiful home on top of the mountain.RELATED PODCAST EPISODES097: Global Real Estate Bargain Hunter Says Buy Beachfront - John Palumbo093: Why Are People Leaving The USA – Travis Luther042: Matt Javit – International Award Winning Sales Executive Leaves It All Behind To Travel The WorldHOW TO REACH OUT TO GARY COLLINSThe Simple Life with Gary Collins FINAL THOUGHTSGary Collins is a really cool guy! I've never built a home myself and I just found it fascinating that a Special Agent would leave California, and go off the grid and build his own house.I was honoured to be a guest on Gary's podcast, if you want to check it out, here's the link: What Happens When You Escape The Crazy NOW with Mikkel Thorup.I loved being on Gary's show and I know you'll love hearing his story of going off the grid in the U.S.
57 minutes | 2 months ago
125: Overcoming Fear Through Travel - Mike Corey
Today’s guest on The Expat Money Show is Mike Corey, a marine biology graduate, turned filmmaker, with an intense passion for travel. After receiving his Bachelor of Science in Canada, Mike backpacked the world to volunteer as a research assistant for scientists studying ocean conservation. Bringing a camera along for these trips allowed him to capture the material he needed to win several international travel video competitions which kicked off a career in travel filmmaking. He has since settled into a fast-moving career as a travel YouTuber, adventure filmmaker, and TV presenter.HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW: How Mike Corey was fearful for most of his life and how he overcomes itTravel competition - what is it? How being persistent worksThe similarities between Mike and Mikkel What are your responsibilities when you come across something new and make content?What travel teaches youMikkel & Mike talk in-depth about mitigating riskExploding Hammer Festival, what the heck is this?What is Mike working on right now?How Tanzania and Mexico have literally denied Covid as countriesClimbing Kilimanjaro with a watermelon and why more than 50% of people don’t make it to the topThere’s power in doing something you don’t think you can do, and power in doing something others don’t think you can do Online presence - Fearless and Far, not because he isn’t fearlessOMG, great story about body suspension - hanging by hooksWhat is the lesson? Doing things that you think are impossible, if you do them, magic happensWhatever it is, you just have to do them. Your life will change forever, for the better.RELATED PODCAST EPISODES109: HOW TO FIND FREEDOM AND TRAVEL LIKE A BOSS – JOHNNY FD098: SIXTY HOME SWAPS IN 3 YEARS OF NON-STOP TRAVEL WITH 4 KIDS IN TOW – DANIEL PRINCE096: HOW TO BE A DIGITAL NOMAD – KRISTIN WILSONHOW TO REACH OUT TO MIKE COREYFearlessandfar.com You Tube channelFINAL THOUGHTSI know I say this all the time, but this was a really great interview with Mike Corey. He has accomplished so much in such a short time and he truly wants to help others break through their fears and go for gold! Make sure you listen all the way through this episode and look Mike up on his YouTube Channel Fearless and Far.
68 minutes | 2 months ago
124: One Euro Homes In Italy And How You Can Purchase Them Today – Karl Pierre
Today’s guest on The Expat Money Show is Karl Pierre the creator of the YouTube Channel ENTP Life and ENTPLife.com. He is a Real Estate Investor, serial entrepreneur and educator who has been an entrepreneur for more than half of his life and his entire adult life.He’s always looking for new things and places to explore, having lived in Colombia, Italy, and Brazil. He finances his expat life with income from his US real estate business and home health care agencies. He shares the finance and business knowledge that he has with others to help them achieve the fulfilling life that they deserve, following their dreams and passions without worries about money. HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:Why Karl Pierre started a Home Health Care business and became an EntrepreneurHow he runs his business remotelyHow did he start to invest?An amazing story of how he came to work in Brazil and what attracted him so muchHis home in Colombia, and what takes him back year after yearThe truth about 1 euro homes in Sicily - Last year, he went to Italy and saw the truth about 1€ homes in Sicily for himself.Do these homes come with the land? Or does the municipality own it?What are the fees associated with buying a 1 euro home?Is there a specific amount of money that must be spent on renovating these homes?Are you able to get residency in Italy when you buy one of these homes?What about the taxes? Karl Pierre tells us the bottom line cost to renovate a home in Sicily.What is the best advice Karl has for someone that is truly thinking about buying and renovating a home in Sicily?And tons more… RELATED PODCAST EPISODES075: GRANT CARDONE – DEVELOPING A MILLIONAIRES MINDSET067: LOBO TIGGRE – GENERATE ADDITIONAL STREAMS OF INCOME AS AN INDEPENDENT SPECULATOR036: JIM ROGERS – NORTH KOREA, CHINA, MANDARIN AND THE CURRENT STATE OF EDUCATIONHOW TO REACH KARL PIERREwww.ENTPLife.comYouTube Channel ENTP Life FINAL THOUGHTSTalking with Karl Pierre about his experiences in Brazil, Colombia and Italy was super energizing. I’m been to all 3 countries and could really relate to how Karl felt about them. The people, the atmosphere and the economy. What really excited me was how he bought 2 homes in Sicily and how he’s renovating them. If construction is your game, then you’ve got to listen in to hear what we discuss.
53 minutes | 2 months ago
123: Investing In Foreign Stock Markets Like A Boss – Eric Schleien
Today’s guest on The Expat Money Show is Eric Schleien, the sole portfolio manager of Granite State Capital Management. After reading his first book on Warren Buffet when he was just 14 years old, he became passionate about value investing and has been managing his own capital since February 2005. GSCM maintains a focus but is not limited to, identifying opportunities among ignored and obscure securities which tend to be either undiscovered or misunderstood by the wider market. They focus on this area due to the high barriers to entry and low competition market environment leading to more inefficiently priced securities. Large hedge funds and institutions will often not be able or willing to look in these areas leading to higher inefficiencies. Today we will be talking to our guest about opportunities in the financial markets overseas and what he expects to boom. HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:Buying foreign assets for less than their worthHow to study different business ideasThe opinion of big tech and FANG stocksWhy does Eric Schleien buy stock overseas?What are alternative investment markets?The advantage that smaller investors have over institutionsSASS Does he buy in USD or local currency? Trends, countries, commodities? What does he think will perform well?Where are the countries that have a bad rap & underperforming stocks?How does Eric Schleien find these stocks?And finally, what is THE country to look at if you want to invest?RELATED PODCAST EPISODES113: TAX OPTIMIZED RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS FOR EXPATS – TARIQ DENNISON091: THE WANDERING INVESTOR SHARES INSIGHTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD – LADISLAS MAURICE085: WARREN BLACK – INTERNATIONAL TAX EXPERT CHAMPIONS FOR SOVEREIGNTY HOW TO REACH ERIC SCHLEIENThe Intelligent Investing PodcastTwitter.com/EricSchleienInstagram.com/EricSchleien www.GSCM.coFINAL THOUGHTSGreat interview with Eric Schleien, he really knows his business. If you want to invest and not sure where to start, listen to Eric’s podcast, it’s fantastic! at The Intelligent Investing Podcast. I enjoyed our conversation so much that Eric invited me to be a guest on HIS podcast. Make sure you look up my episode, should air sometime in March.
73 minutes | 2 months ago
122: How To Choose Your Route When Sailing Around The World – Jim & Judy Brown
Today’s guests on the Expat Money Show are Jim & Judy Brown, who own and operate a charter yacht called Dauntless. Whether it’s a week of R&R exploring idyllic locations, or an adventure-filled experience learning the ropes of a liveaboard yacht, they make sure each and every guest will have simply the best vacation ever. HE... is a Veteran Coast Guard Ocean Rescuer and a licensed U.S. coast guard captain, with 8 years of deep ocean experience. SHE... is the first mate and chef aboard Dauntless and the Italian in her loves to create mouth-watering meals for their guests onboard. After 4 years of cruising the Caribbean, they decided that a change of scenery was in order, so they will ship their yacht across the Atlantic Ocean and operate out of Italy and Croatia this summer and next. Together they have sailed over 8000 nautical miles and hosted close to 30 couples and families aboard their yacht. This episode is the 3rd in a 3 part mini-series for the expat that wants to leave their home country but doesn't want to move to another country. Sailing around the globe and visiting countries that have beautiful scenery, amazing food and warm sunny days might be your best option.If you haven't watched Part 1, it's with Nick Fabbri & Terysa Vanderloo from Sailing Ruby Rose, expats from the UK who talk to us about mindset, getting ready to purchase a boat, what to look for, and how much a new boat might cost you.Part 2 is How To Fund Your Sailing Adventure Around The World with Brady Trautman. on SV Delos. HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:Jim had a great love affair with the water since he was a teenager, so it wasn't a far fetch for them to sell everything and buy a yacht. This is really a great story for those that have a planned retirement and wondering what else is there!!Judy, loves to entertain. She learned to cook 20 years ago and day by day, just fell in love with the idea of cooking for others. Nowadays, she just waits for the 'WOW'...that's what makes her day.Together, they have a beautiful yacht called 'Dauntless' and they charter couples around the globe. How have they done that so far? What do they enjoy most about sailing the Caribbean and visiting beautiful dive sites, eating local fresh organic foods? Most importantly, what do their guests think?How has Covid affected their business? have they been able to sail the beautiful blue skies?Where is their boat today? and where will it be later this year?Jim and Judy share what they want for their new adventures in the Mediterranean. What countries they have planned for their guests, what sightseeing options are available?We talk a lot about their yacht Dauntless. What does she look like? How many people can she sleep? How big is she?We then spent some time on how they pick their routes? do they always stay the same course or is it different every time? and why?Not surprisingly, different countries have different rules for immigration, really no different than when you come by car or by air. You have to follow the rules and Jim and Judy know what is required at each port.Great story about The Royal Family!!Are you a Game of Thrones Fan? Dubrovnik is one of their new stops!I loved talking about shipping their yacht from the Caribbean to the Mediterranean, you will too!And so much more! RELATED PODCAST EPISODES121: HOW TO FUND YOUR SAILING ADVENTURE AROUND THE WORLD - BRADY TRAUTMAN120: HOW TO PREPARE TO SAIL AROUND THE WORLD – NICK & TERYSA119: YOUR KIDS ABROAD – HOW CHILDREN DEAL WITH AN EXPAT LIFESTYLE – JESSICA & WILL SUEIRO HOW TO REACH OUT TO JIM & JUDY BROWNwww.saildauntless.comwww.instagram.com/sail_dauntlesswww.facebook.com/saildauntless FINAL THOUGHTSI thoroughly enjoyed chatting with Jim & Judy. They have such an amazing life, sailing around the globe. Working with folks that want a unique experience of the islands and now countries in the Mediterranean. Not everyone wants to go by land, or fly into a destination and see the big cities. Here's an opportunity to see it like most never do...I'm seriously jealous of their lifestyle. I'm pretty sure I'll have to book Dauntless for a trip to Croatia. Enjoy listening to today's episode!
67 minutes | 3 months ago
121: How To Fund Your Sailing Adventure Around The World – Brady Trautman
Today’s guest on the Expat Money Show is Brady Trautman. He is an entrepreneur, filmmaker, and the co-founder of the YouTube channel SV Delos. Originally from Florida, he studied environmental engineering before making the transition to full time sailing. His skills in marketing, video editing and qualifications as a Divemaster, Dive Instructor and Rescue Diver have played a huge part in keeping Delos in the top echelon of YouTube sailing channels, all the while inspiring others to follow their dreams. This episode is the 2nd in a 3 part mini-series for the expat that wants to leave their home country but doesn't want to move to another country. Sailing around the globe and visiting countries that have beautiful scenery, amazing food and warm sunny days might be your best option.If you haven't watched Part 1, it's with Nick Fabbri & Terysa Vanderloo from Sailing Ruby Rose, expats from the UK who talk to us about mindset, getting ready to purchase a boat, what to look for, and how much a new boat might cost you.Part 3 will be with Jim & Judy Brown from Dauntless on how to plan a route and where to go. Great places that have easy access to land with plenty to see and do once you drop anchor. HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:If your family and friends aren’t sailors, where does the interest come from? How do you end up sailing around the globe in your early twenties?Brady Trautman talks to us about his first journey. Where they started and the islands they reached along the way. The beauty of the open water and sunshine day in and day out.Co-founder of the number two sailing YouTube channel in the world SV Delos and how they have documented their sailing experiences around the world.The question is ‘how do you possibly fund a lifestyle where you are months upon months on the open seas? If you had any money to start, how long does it take to go through it?’Living and working in New Zealand and Australia, and how that happened.Mikkel & Brady talk a lot about diving...they both have a huge passion for scuba diving and some of the crazy things they have done while on a dive. What one thing, more than anything else, is important if you want to help crew a boat that will be a sea for many months. It’s probably not what you think?After living for years in the South Pacific and the Caribbean where it is warm and hot every single day, they head up to Norway with their final destination of 80 degrees North, where it is cold and snowy, every single day.How they documented and filmed a 4 part mini-series called 80NorthSeries.com and detailed the expedition of 8 sailors and filmmakers in the Arctic Circle. On this journey, the crew discover the very real effects of climate change and plastic pollution, witness some of the Arctics' rarest wildlife and learn the true power of Mother Nature. They self-published using a pay what's fair model! Brilliant! And what are Brady and his partner Alex doing now?They recently created the Cruiser Academy, teaching others how they too can quit the rat race and find their true passion on the ocean. The Cruiser Academy provides those with a thirst for adventure, the opportunity to learn how to sail, film and create a living on the water. With thousands of people turning to digital nomadism, this academy will be the inspiration many need to create a more meaningful life in 2021. RELATED PODCAST EPISODESEP 120 Nick & TerysaEP 122 Jim & Judy Brown HOW TO REACH OUT TO BRADY TRAUTMANDuring the pandemic: Brady edited and produced a documentary titled 80 Degrees North - www.80northseries.comInstagram - SV DelosTwitter - Sailing SV DelosSVDelos.com FINAL THOUGHTSWhat a great episode with Brady Trautman. Living a life that most dream about. This 3 part mini-series has really opened my eyes to what it would be like to live on the open waters, visiting countries from the port side, opposed to flying in and maybe never getting to the water. There are still 80 countries I have not been to, maybe this would be a way to see them all!
78 minutes | 3 months ago
120: How To Prepare To Sail Around The World - Nick & Terysa
Today’s guests on the Expat Money Show are Nick Fabbri & Terysa Vanderloo, expats from the UK, who have a truly amazing story that started way back in 2009. They live a life most only dream of. They sail around the world documenting as they go for all to see. In May 2015, they set off on their sailing adventure and in 2016 they created their YouTube channel ‘Sailing Ruby Rose’. Imagine this is your life for a year:Starting in Charleston, South Carolina, sailing down the USA East Coast, across the Gulf Stream to the Bahamas, and then up to Bermuda. Crossing the Atlantic Ocean and making landfall in the Azores, before finally crossing to mainland Portugal, and then making your way into the Mediterranean Sea. Wow, sounds absolutely perfect.This episode is the 1st in a 3 part mini-series for the expat that wants to leave their home country but doesn't want to move to another country. Sailing around the globe and visiting countries that have beautiful scenery, amazing food and warm sunny days might be your best option.Part 2 will be with Brady Trautman from SV Delos on How to Fund sailing. You may be thinking what a great idea, sail around the globe, but I still need to work.Part 3 will be with Jim & Judy Brown from Sail Dauntless on how to plan a route and where to go. Great places that have easy access to land with plenty to see and do once you drop anchor.In today's episode with Nick & Terysa, we talk about mindset, getting ready to purchase a boat, what to look for, and how much a new boat might cost you. HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:How did Nick and Terysa meet? What brought them together.Who was the sailor, Nick or Terysa? And how did the one convince the other that sailing around the world would be a great idea?If someone was interested in getting into sailing, what would they need to do?If you’ve never sailed, Nick and Terysa explain what they believe is best for you.Plus, if you’ve never sailed, how big of a boat would you buy? Is the old analogy, 'go big or go home' appropriate?Can you just buy a new boat and start sailing? Or should you start slow and ease into it? How about classes?Nick and Terysa talk about their 6-month adventure from the UK to the Canary Islands. Things that went wrong, and things that were perfect.They also discuss other sailors who were also en route to the Canary Islands and how they did things totally differently.We discuss their first boat purchase, how long they had it and why it was time to upgrade. Similarly, having their 2nd boat for 6 years, and why they chose to sell and buy a brand new Catamaran.The benefits of a Catamaran opposed to other types of boats.The 3 most important items to look for when searching out and buying a new boat.What 4 obstacles must be addressed in order to move forward with buying a new boat.What life looked like through this Coronavirus pandemic and how 2021 will fare for sailors around the globe.We talk about their new Catamaran that they will take possession of by the end of 2021 and what’s in store for her. HOW TO REACH NICK FABBRI & TERYSA VANDERLOOYacht Ruby RoseYouTubeRELATED PODCAST EPISODES114: How To Memorize A Foreign Language – Dr. Anthony Metivier109: How To Find Freedom And Travel Like A Boss – Johnny FD099: Best European Passports For Sale - Laszlo KissFINAL THOUGHTSI've always had a love affair with the water. In my early years of world travelling, I sailed from Panama to Colombia and loved every minute of it. I loved researching for this podcast. Watching Nick & Terysa in the early days of sailing Ruby Rose all the way to today, where they talk about their new boat purchase and why for them, this is going to be an amazing move forward. I encourage all of you to watch some of these YouTube videos, if you've ever wanted to be an expat, buy a boat and leave the Rat Race Behind, these are a must-watch! Enjoy!
77 minutes | 3 months ago
119: Your Kids Abroad – How Children Deal With An Expat Lifestyle – Jessica & Will Suero
Today’s guests on the Expat Money Show are Jessica & Will Suero. Since 2014 they have been travelling the world - one hometown at a time. Together with their free-spirited children, Avalon and Largo, the family have visited 70 countries in their quest to provide a global education for their children, while building a deeper bond as a family. Over the past six years, these ‘WorldTowners' have found themselves hiking 580 miles along the Camino Trail in Spain, motorhoming through every country in Europe, and, most recently, buying a sailboat in France to sail the world's oceans. The Sueiro family are currently located in the Mediterranean and will head west wherever the wind takes them, with the goal of circumnavigating the globe. Upbeat and ready for adventure, Jessica is a voracious dreamer and glass-is-half-full type of gal – even when the glass is shattered into 1,000 pieces and her super glue is dried up.WorldTowning is a company committed to helping individuals broaden their global experiences through concentrated and immersive exposures to the world’s cultures. Through coaching, group expeditions and the sharing of their travels on the family YouTube channel, the Sueiro’s have documented their entire journey, to show the magic (and realities) of full-time travel. Their mission is to help others understand that this lifestyle is a possibility, to all who dare to dream, just ask them how! HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:It took them 7 years from the start of the idea of becoming full-time travellers to actually being on the road.We talk a lot about what schools look like in other countries. How the children handled not being able to speak the native language and being on the playground and being able to fit in.Living full time in Costa Rica, Ecuador and in France. What did that look like? Was it easy to make friends? Did you love it or hate it?Avalon asking to be homeschooled and how well she is doing today. As a 16-year-old she has 2 online businesses. Find out what they are and how they came to be.The Sueros' have been travelling non-stop for 6 years. What are the kids like today? are they empathetic? kind, funny? what does moving from country to country do to a child?Will & Jess talk about how they broke into the community! you won't believe it!Mikkel & Jess talk about doing the 'hard things' in life.Then what did they do?........They rented a 21 1/2' motor home. Small yes..cozy, for sure. They travelled all through Europe, crazy to hear these stories.What are they doing today? and if you've wanted to travel, leave your home country and see the world, this episode is a must for you. You'll love it!After four months locked down on the dock in France, they finally get to take their sailing lessons. They will set sail for Greece (from France) on March 1st.Because most countries are still closed for tourism, and in some cases, citizens are unable to leave, as in France, their business, called 'Worldtowning' is launching their new adventures and trips for late 2021 and all of 2022 next month! Coronavirus has been so hard on world travellers, I know, we've not been able to leave Panama either.Their group trips are very different from other companies because every trip is led by their family of four. HOW TO REACH WILL & JESSICA SUEROAnd here are their social channels:www.youtube.com/worldtowningwww.facebook.com/worldtowningwww.instagram.com/worldtowning RELATED PODCAST EPISODES078: Brandon Pearce -Travelling the Globe World Schooling your Children098: Sixty Home Swaps In 3 Years Of Non-Stop Travel With 4 Kids In Tow - Daniel Prince109: How To Find Freedom And Travel Like A Boss – Johnny FD FINAL THOUGHTSWell, as most of you know, I love talking about education. Worldschooling, homeschooling, unschooling... It's just so great to talk with like-minded people. What they, as a family have achieved is remarkable.If you want to experience a trip with them, I really urge you to view some of their YouTube videos, watch how they live their lives, it's truly amazing. Their lives have been profoundly changed by travel, mine too! I hope you enjoy this episode as much as I enjoyed chatting with Will & Jess.
52 minutes | 3 months ago
118: Real Life Solutions To Living Overseas For Freedom & Prosperity - Mikkel Thorup Interviewed on The Brian Nichols Show
Today's guest on the Expat Money Show is Mikkel Thorup. Recently I was interviewed on The Brian Nichols Show and it was such a great interview that I wanted to share with you what it's like to be on the other side of the podcast microphone. This time around Brian asks the questions and I get to answer them.Have you wondered what I do, day to day in my position as Director with Escape Artist.com? I was honoured to be a guest on the Brian Nichols Show, who is part of the We Are Libertarians Network. Same network as my last guest, Remso Martinez with his podcast On The Run.In my conversation with Brian Nichols, we discuss what it's like to leave your home country and move to another jurisdiction. What are some of the things that we deal with day-to-day, and in the future? HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:Objections - how can I live this expat lifestyle and debunk themBrand new presidentI’m not going to live in this country anymoreEscape Artist and Expat Money ShowHelp Americans and Canadians to move overseasMove them...or their businesses overseasReal advantages of living in other countriesEspecially from the USA, looking for freedom and real-life solutionsNot just ideas, wishful thinking, these are real-life things you can put in your life right nowHow to be problem solvers, how to help peopleWhat is our belief system?I thought I was in control...I was wrong!Different jurisdictions, advantages; disadvantages; local tax requirements; how do we stay legal; tax-efficient manner; that’s the stuff that I geek out on and help people todayIndividual sovereignty, personal responsibilityIf you believe that ‘tax’ is theft, what are you doing about it? or that war is murder Where could you liveOther problems: taxes will be raised, gift exemption going down, California is tracking people and wants their portion of income tax The legality of the electionPeople don’t feel safe, being targeted or feel wantedWhat are the solutions? What is the plan?What about culture, moving your entire life and family to a foreign country?What about my job?Have a plan in placeAnd more! RELATED PODCAST EPISODES116: How To Move To Panama Or Use It As Your Plan-B Residency – Mikkel Thorup110: How To Move To Ecuador Complete Master Class – Marcos Chiluisa098: Sixty Home Swaps In 3 Years Of Non-Stop Travel With 4 Kids In Tow - Daniel Prince FINAL THOUGHTSI really enjoy being interviewed on other podcasts. This is the 2nd time for The Brian Nichols Show and I'm sure it won't be the last. People every day are coming to be wanting, needing, to leave the USA or Canada, or any other country for that matter. They need solutions. Real-life solutions and my job is to listen, and then figure out a plan that works for everyone. Maybe in next month, next year, a 5-year plan, but we work together and make it happen.If you are in need of information, please reach out to me here at The Expat Money Show. I'll be happy to set up a meeting and start mapping out what's important for you and your family for your future.
63 minutes | 3 months ago
117: How To Protect Yourself From The Digital Inquisition - Remso Martinez
Today’s guest on the Expat Money Show is Remso Martinez. Remso is an author, social media consultant, and host of On The Run at the We Are Libertarians Network. He previously served as the Outreach Director at Parler and prior to that, the Social Media Coordinator at The Washington Times.I first got introduced to Remso Martinez by my very good friend Marc Clair from Lions of Liberty where I have been a guest several times, he introduced us and we became fast friends. Today we are going to discuss what is happening with big tech and the censoring of data around the world. I think this is a very important topic for everyone to understand more about. HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:What happened at ParlerDigital inquisitionsWhatsApp, Twitter, FBJohn Matze interview on The Expat Money ShowCancer cultureClassical LiberalBig TechWill you let Big Tech run rampant?Being in the pocket of GoogleWhen the product is free - You are the productSelf-defence weapons to protect ourselves from Beg TechSignal, Telegram, MessengerSecurity & LibertyRwandan GenocideIdentity politicsBusiness owners online income & communicationHelping other small businessesCapital controls in the USAEconomic PatriotismAnd more... RELATED PODCAST EPISODES111: Protecting Free Speech In The Age Of Big Tech – With Parler CEO John Matze108: Bitcoin vs Gold Live Debate From Vegas095: Top Political Operative Tells Americans to Escape - Carter Clews HOW TO REACH OUT TO REMSO MARTINEZOn The Run Podcast - We Are Libertarians Network FINAL THOUGHTSWhat an awesome conversation with Remso Martinez. I love talking with other Libertarians about universal problems. Make sure you subscribe to We Are Libertarians. You'll see I've been a guest on a few of the shows, like The Brian Nichols Show with a new episode airing sometime in February, so make sure you watch out for that episode. Here is the link to my episode with Remso Martinez - On The Run Podcast.
65 minutes | 4 months ago
116: How To Move To Panama Or Use It As Your Plan-B Residency – Mikkel Thorup
Today's guest on the Expat Money Show is, well Mikkel Thorup. Who better to talk about the Expat life and How to Move to Panama, than someone who has lived and worked in 7 countries over the last 20 years, and who moved his family 2 years ago to Panama?In today's episode, Mikkel will talk about all of the things you might be thinking of when trying to decide if Panama is the right choice for you. HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:Mikkel's story about moving to PanamaWhy did he move here?Facts about the countryCost of living in PanamaStandard of livingMedical facilitiesInternational Insurance Tax“Free Trade Zones” In PanamaBanking and Financial sectorResidencyLockdownsMikkel's opinion of PanamaPopular places to liveLearning Spanishand more! RELATED PODCAST EPISODES110: How To Move To Ecuador Complete Master Class – Marcos Chiluisa093: Why Are People Leaving The USA – Travis Luther089: Is Costa Rica The Perfect Place To Be An Expat? - Gill Phelan HOW TO REACH MIKKEL THORUPFeel free to reach out to me at ExpatMoneyShow.com if you want to move forward with your visa and come to Panama, I will do my best to help!Please, continue this conversation at ExpatMoneyForum.com FINAL THOUGHTSIf you are looking for a backup residency, Panama is a good option because it is affordable and you only need to visit the country one day every two years. It's a tropical country, with warm weather all year round. Taxes are almost nonexistent, no standing military, lots of expats, lots of freedom (outside of covid), high standard of living, and a cosmopolitan lifestyle. These are just some of the reasons Panama might be a good option for you.
97 minutes | 4 months ago
115: The Solution To Educating Your Children Abroad – Michael Strong
Today's guest on the Expat Money Show is Michael Strong, Founder of Expanse Online, an innovative virtual secondary school and he is one of the most experienced and creative school program designers in the country. Michael Strong is the author of The Habit of Thought: From Socratic Seminars to Socratic Practice, and, lead author of Be the Solution: How Entrepreneurs and Conscious Capitalists Can Solve All the World’s Problems.Today we will be focusing on the future of virtual online schools, and why the focus should be on entrepreneurial skills and creative thought for students around the world. HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:Intellectual DialogueWhat is 'Socratic'?Public education in Michael's opinion is abusive and fraudulent, listen to why.Imagine, 75% of high school students are unhappy and only 45% are actively engaged in learningThe increase in suicide rates in teensWhat is 'Value Creation' and why is it so important?John Taylor GattoKahn AcademyThe rise in substance abuse in teens in government-run schoolsHow Expanse Online is differentWhy communication and compassion will always be necessaryMikkel and Michael go into what careers require higher education to be successful and what careers don't.What does a school day and week look like at Expanse Online?Some have referred to this program as 'Homeschooling by professionals'And so much more... RELATED PODCAST EPISODES094: Alternative Ways To Learn, Enter The Workforce And Educate Children - Isaac Morehouse078: Brandon Pearce -Travelling the Globe World Schooling your Children036: Jim Rogers – North Korea, China, Mandarin And The Current State Of Education HOW TO REACH MICHAEL STRONGwww.expanseonline.co FINAL THOUGHTSMichael is an amazing human being, working to ensure his students get the very best education possible so that becoming effective adults is not that difficult. I really enjoyed the conversation, and personally got a lot out of it, I hope you do too!
92 minutes | 4 months ago
114: How To Memorize A Foreign Language - Dr. Anthony Metivier
Today’s guest on the Expat Money Show is Dr. Anthony Metivier, the founder of the Magnetic Memory Method, a formulaic, 21st Century approach to memorizing foreign language vocabulary, dreams, names, music, poetry and more — in ways that are easy, elegant, effective and fun.He has taught thousands of students in multiple countries and worked as a memory coach and adviser to top ESL instructors and language school administrators around the world.I was first introduced to him and his work by two accomplished polyglots and good friends of mine, Kris Broholm and Olly Richards who raved about his methods, once I started digging into his work, I could see why. HERE’S WHAT WE DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:Dr. Anthony Metivier - PhD in HumanitiesConcepts like, feeling better about yourself; finish what you start; friendship and memoryHow Anthony learned to sing a song in Chinese, in a month, for his weddingHow to memorize names, places, languagesWhat is MnemonicsSpaced repetition Barbara Oakley (A mind for numbers) (Coursera - Learning How To Learn) Pomodoro MethodMemorization - long term memory vs working memoryMemory vs learningMemory Palace - how many can I have?Jason Bourne - Memorizing license platesSleeping on something and your subconscious working away at itPsycho-Cybernetics: by Maxwell Maltz Is this good for Children?and so much more! HOW TO REACH DR. ANTHONY METIVIERwww.magneticmemorymethod.com/expat RELATED PODCAST EPISODES083: Olly Richards – Secrets to Learning a Foreign Language Quickly 054: Jonathan Levi - Learn How To Get Super Powers From A World Class Memory Expert035: Ben Hammersley – Artificial Intelligence And The Radical Changes That Will Happen In The Next 3-5 Years? FINAL THOUGHTSAnthony and I have become friends over the past couple of years and I have used his method for memory enhancing since day 1. I can tell you his use of the Memory Palace is fascinating and I use it all the time. It has helped immensely with my Spanish learning, making it easier and more effective.
62 minutes | 4 months ago
113: Tax Optimized Retirement Accounts For Expats – Tariq Dennison
Today's guest on the Expat Money Show is Tariq Dennison, a Wealth Manager and Certified Financial Planner at GFM Asset Management and is based out of Hong Kong and Macau. He is one of the few Hong Kong-based specialists in US-tax deferred savings and investment accounts, including IRA, 401 (k), 529, and HSA accounts. He has been active in global equity, fixed income, and foreign exchange markets since 1998, and has worked in wealth management since 2004 with extensive experience in ETFs, smart beta, ESG, and international investing. He prides himself on being one of the clearest voices on world-class investing.Tariq Dennison is experienced in providing capital protection, growth, income, and market access solutions to over 100 clients totalling over US $1 billion in total principal invested. He has also been a regular speaker and instructor on US-China investment strategies, fixed income, and alternative assets.In today's interview with Tariq Dennison, I wanted to take a 30'000 foot overview of what different individuals, young, old and with a family, might be looking at for their financial wealth.+TOPICS DISCUSSED IN DETAIL IN THIS INTERVIEW:Tax code as an expatRetirement plansWho is the ideal person for this style of investingGift tax allowancesInsuranceIs your will up-to-date?Expats living overseasPre high net worth individualsAnd much, much more! HOW TO REACH TARIQ DENNISONwww.gfmasset.com RELATED PODCAST EPISODES104: Digging Into The Deep State And Where The Election Is Taking Us - Chris Temple091: The Wandering Investor Shares Insights From Around The World - Ladislas Maurice075: Grant Cardone – Developing a Millionaires MindsetFINAL THOUGHTSI can see why Tariq loves working with 'Pre High Net Worth' individuals. A young 22-year-old comes to him for advice, and they can plan out his/her future to ensure they take all the right steps so when retirement is around the corner, they are prepared. And these pre-high net worth individuals come to him because their parents came to him first. The parents made sure their retirement was in place and they were able to say to their children, see, we listened to the advice given to us by Tariq, we believe you should do the same. Wow, I just love it!
56 minutes | 5 months ago
112: Going Global – Best of 2020
Happy Holidays to all of our listeners of The Expat Money Show. Today is Christmas Day and we thought we would do something a little different. My team and I went through all of our podcasts over the past year and picked the top 7 episodes related to Going Global. The most fun recording, great information, and podcasts that really resonated with you, our audience.I want to encourage all of our readers/listeners to join our Facebook Group, we started it with you in mind, so that you could have your questions answered. Not just by myself and my team, but others who have already done what you want to do, or are also wanting the same as you. Join us here: Expat Money Forum.As a Christmas gift to me, what I would really love is for you to share this episode with your friends and family. It helps us grow and while you're there, please leave us an honest review.These are clips from the show, just to wet your whistle, and if you love the clip, we've included the link to the full episode. All of our episodes are truly amazing, so it was super hard to pick just 7, but here they are: Going Global - Best of 2020Carter ClewsChilling start but we have some real solutions for you in this episode so I hope you pay close attention to this entire episodeHere is Carter Clews from Episode #95 on your future Freedom in the USA... Travis LutherThat’s some terrifying ideasLet’s go beyond the politics and the government infringement let’s discuss the data, traditionally what are some other reasons people leaving their homes to be Expats and where are they goingHere is Travis Luther from Episode #93 who has studied this academically, let’s listen to what he has to say about it… Kristin WilsonWhat are the options that are available for long term travel… expat’s, digital nomads, retirees, entrepreneurs, slow travelHere is Kristin Wilson from Episode #96 to discuss all of this and more… Daniel PrinceMaybe getting rid of all your stuff and just jumping in with both feet is a bit much for you to start off. Here is Daniel Prince from Episode #98 to discuss an alternative and how he travelled around the world rent-free for years on end with his wife and 4 kids… Johnny FDYou might be listening to all this but still not know where to go.Here is Johnny FD from Episode #109 to discuss the Expat and Digital Nomad hotspots around the world and put the pieces together… Issac MorehouseAre you thinking “this is great, but I have kids, what am going to do with them?”In the next conversation from Episode #94, Isaac Morehouse and I discuss homeschooling and other alternative forms of education. We look at how kids learn best and the opportunities that could be available to them by going overseas… John PalumboNext, we have some very valuable advice on how to protect your downside when travelling internationally.Listen to John Palumbo from Episode #97 discuss his one and only horror story from a career investing internationally… Closing RemarksThere you have it, some of the highlights from 2020 on how to Go Global.I have dedicated my life to being an Expat and I just want to take a second and say how grateful I am to YOU and all of my listeners and fans, it’s an amazing thing to be able to produce content and talk about the things I am most passionate about. So thank you so much!We have some incredible things planned for next year including more country-specific masterclasses, more group discussions, amazing new guests, and a whole heap of other exciting things for you.Please remember to subscribe on your favourite app and remember, do me a solid and leave me an honest review, it helps get the word out and share this podcast with the world. If you want to join in the discussion and talk to other fans of the show, make sure to join our free Facebook group. Expat Money Forum, just go to ExpatMoneyShow.com/forum So that’s it, I hope you have an awesome holiday and we will see you in 2021!!!
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