RVE 0045: From Zero to Travel: The Fastest Route to Becoming Location Independent
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RVE 0045: From Zero to Travel: The Fastest Route to Becoming Location Independent

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Today’s episode is sponsored by Campground Booking.

Today on the podcast, I am interviewing Jason Moore, host of the Zero to Travel podcast – one of the top-ranked travel podcasts in iTunes.  Jason is also co-founder of Location Indie, a community of people helping each other kick ass in business and travel.

A few things we talk about on this episode:

  • How Jason used a career in event marketing to jumpstart a location-independent lifestyle and community
  • The power of setting your mind on the idea of location-independence and how to take actions toward your travel goals
  • How to use consulting to fast-track your way to location independence
  • What world travel can do to improve your career and overall happiness

Links mentioned on this episode:

Quotes from this episode:

“Once you have the intention, you start filtering decisions through that intention”

“I’ve found that slow travel is really the best way for digital nomads or people who want to start a location independent business to actually get some work done.”

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Cofounder of CampgroundBooking.com and host of The RV Entrepreneur Podcast. From 2014-15 my wife, Alyssa, and I traveled to all 50 states making a documentary about hourly work. I love sharing this RV lifestyle with new people, meeting friends on the road, and the occasional binge of Tex-Mex food.