Matt Bowles interviews today’s most interesting location-independent entrepreneurs and world travelers to pull out actionable tips and advice that you can apply in your own life each week. Hear personal stories about their most epic travel adventures as well as their most valuable tactics, strategies and lessons learned on their journey to financial success, location independence and lifestyle freedom. Meet long-term digital nomads who globe-trot on their own terms, and learn about the resources, tools, hacks and practices that can help you take your business, travel and lifestyle design to the next level.
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In this special mixtape episode, I ask today’s most interesting world travelers why they travel and what travel means to them. For the past 5 years I have been interviewing digital nomads who, on average, have been to over 50 countries (some have be... more
Stef Solfereni starts off describing his recent experience spending New Year’s Eve in Rio and then participating in the Carnival parade in front of 80,000 people in the Sambadromo. Next, he describes his background and his deep connection with the ... more
Remote Year’s CEO, Tue Le, joins Matt in Cape Town on the opening month of Remote Year’s first all-Africa itinerary. She begins by talking about her parents background—leaving Vietnam, coming to U.S. as refugees, and settling in the San Francisco Ba... more
I love this podcast so much! Matt has the uncanny ability to consistently bring diverse guests with fascinating “origin stories” to the show for profound and enlightening conversations. If you like listening to captivating stories and you’re thinking about becoming a digital nomad, listen to this podcast! Matt and his guests showcase the many ways of making this lifestyle sustainable and meaningful.
I started listening to the Maverick Show this year and have loved how unique and inspiring each guest Matt brings onto the show is. Matt Bowls is a natural storyteller and his positive energy radiates through the interviews. As a member of the nomad community myself, I have most enjoyed listening to episodes of friends, people I’ve met, and prominent people in the nomad community. I learned so much more about the people I already knew, and how accomplished and humble they are. Matt interviews an... more
One of my fav podcasts! It is both entertaining and informative at the same time. I learned so much not only about different travel destinations but also about entrepreneurship. I listen to it whenever I am traveling or on my daily commute to work. Highly recommend ❤️
Interviews focused on nomad life and real estate investing are great. Likable host, strong production. more
I listen to a number of podcasts mostly related to politics but this podcast is my go to for all of my travel related listening. Some of the most interesting people, I just want to meet and hang out with. Also, the way Matt hosts the shows are so intriguing and so well balanced. The questions are very pertinent to the subjects he’s speaking with I can’t wait for the next one.
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