The Digital Nomad World Podcast

When asked to describe her biggest motivators in life, it comes at no surprise that founder Joana Gloria had responded with networking and travel.Having the ability to work on her own projects and vision, as well as the freedom to work from anywhere, were what prompted Joana to start her own business. After graduating from the Universidade do Algarve with a Hotel Management degree, she started her own business at the age of 26 by opening two Guest Houses in Lagos. Each of these Guest Houses were awarded over a 9.0 rating on and set the tone for the Guest House industry in Lagos.

Jordan Carroll, aka The Remote Job Coach, creates content, courses, and coaching programs to help high performers learn a process to land legitimate remote jobs and gain more freedom and flexibility in their lives. He’s worked remotely since 2013 in different capacities: for a Fortune 50 company, multiple start-ups, and his own businesses. His unique experiences have enabled him to help thousands of remote job seekers with his methodologies to find success in their search.

Alex is a business coach helping small entrepreneurs to grow bigger by being strategic about their marketing and sales. As a digital nomad, he thought Antalya, Turkey deserves to grow into a hub for nomads and started Coworking Antalya and an active DN community around it.

I’ve been drop-shipping for over 5 years (and still doing it). I started as a customer of AutoDS, and today I also work there full-time, managing their content department (blogs, videos, courses, Social Media, and more).

Amanda and Ryan are the hosts of The World Wanderers podcast. They’ve been traveling together since 2011 and have been location independent since 2015. They’ve traveled to over 65 countries and now call Mexico home, where they live and travel with their baby girl, Louise.

Anna is a freelance travel photographer and writer. She has a master’s degree in photojournalism from the University of Missouri. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications including the Washington Post, Texas Monthly, AFAR, the Wall Street Journal and Rolling Stone.

Taylor Yona is a spiritual teacher, podcast host, and content creator dedicated to helping her followers find their truth and live by it. She hosts online workshops, group programs and coaches clients 1:1 on how to build the courage to follow their intuition. Her solo podcast that where she shares deep spiritual lessons through her travels and personal experiences has reached 60,000 listens in 7 months since she launched it.

It can be very tempting to quit your job, sell everything and just go. But is this really a good idea? Perhaps for a backpacker but for a digital nomad, it is a great idea to have a job or stable clients before you hit the road. Join us for an insightful talk with Tulik and Shahar about why it’s important to find a job before becoming a digital nomad.

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