In the fourth episode of the Live Limitless podcast I chat with Derek Earl Baron, who is also known as Wandering Earl.
Earl Baron is the man behind the incredible blog wanderingearl.com, where he inspires people to travel around the world. Earl has been “wandering” around the world for more than 13 years straight! Yup, more than 4000 days. He started off by working on cruise ships but has since become an entrepreneur by creating digital guides and now, thanks to his huge loving audience, personalized tours across Mexico, India, and other great locations around the world.
I’ve known Earl since I first started blogging three years ago. I haven’t met him in person yet but he has been one of the most helpful and all-around awesome guys I have met. His stories are sure to inspire some wanderlust in you and this interview will do the same.
Listen below or download from iTunes.
In this episode, we talk about:
- If travel after 13 years is still as fun as day one
- The all-new Wandering Earl travel tours
- The easiest way to make money while traveling for beginners
- Some of Earl’s most memorable experiences
- The positive and negative (challenging) aspects of full-time travel
- and much more.
(3:25): We talk about the all-new wandering earl travel tours
(6:20): What Earl thinks is the easiest way to make money while traveling for someone just starting out
(9:10): If working while traveling takes some of the fun out of it
(10:18): How much Earl visits family despite his full-time travels
(11:50): Some of Earl’s most memorable experiences
(13:50): Some of the most challenging parts of full-time travel
(15:06): Some of the most positive aspects of life as a full-time traveller
(17:00): We talk about how travel has changed Earl’s outlook on life
(19:45): Advice for those who want to do something awesome but are held back by their limiting beliefs (or just plain scared)
Hope you enjoyed this interview with Wandering Earl. Please leave a review at iTunes and/or share with your friends.
Want another interview? Check out this one with Greg and Rachel Denning who have been traveling with their 5 children for more than 6 years.