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StartupNation Radio
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4 Entrepreneurs Share How Passion Led Them to Travel Business on StartupNation Radio

On today's travel-themed episode of StartupNation Radio, Jeff talks to KT Maviglia-Morgan and Jordan Morgan of On Arrival - The Traveler’s Podcast, Sally Bunnell of NaviSavi and Andrea Schubiner of Wanderful Journeys. StartupNation exclusive discounts and savings on Dell products and accessories: Learn more here Tune in to the full StartupNation Radio show with Maviglia-Morgan,...
Unsettled
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This Entrepreneur Talks About Forming a Community of Nomadic Creative Thinkers

Several years ago, photographer and journalist Jon Kalan and entrepreneur Michael Youngblood started hosting retreats for entrepreneurs, creatives and others who wanted to work while traveling in order to connect with others in the process. In 2016, they launched Unsettled in response to demand, and many of their monthlong retreats are sold out. However, there’s still space...
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Set Your Wanderlust Free: 11 Ways Travel Will Make You a Better Entrepreneur

Travel can be exhilarating, life-changing and reinvigorating. It can also be daunting. If you’re an entrepreneur, there’s nothing more unnerving than the thought of being away from a business you’ve meticulously built from the ground up. And yet, as this article will demonstrate, travel can be exactly the tonic you need to take your business...
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Building a Successful Business Using the New Subscription Economy

The following is excerpted from "Subscribed: Why the Subscription Model Will Be Your Company’s Future—and What to Do About It" by Tien Tzuo with permission from Portfolio, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. Copyright © Tien Tzuo, 2018. All you can fly We all know what flying is...
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5 Tasks Every Entrepreneur Should Complete Once a Year (or More)

Most entrepreneurs think of their lives in terms of daily commitments, and for good reason—you have a massive (and growing) to-do list, and likely function on the traditional model of the five-day workweek. Accordingly, entrepreneurs try to set schedules, make lists and focus on tasks one day at a time. There’s a problem with this approach,...
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I’m A Stranger In My Own Land – Part II

Hi gang, (When we last left our travel Hero, he was happily blogging from a Seattle pier, looking out at the bay and enjoying himself.   Did he make it home? Let's rejoin him....) "Waiter, I'd like a tequila sunrise please." "Sure thing - can I see your ID ?" Blank stare. "You see, what happened...
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I Need A Vacation From My Vacation!

Hi gang, So how many of you said to yourself when you read that title, "He's got kids". Lol - you've got kids too, eh? For those of you without children,  read that title again when you do - you'll get it. I just spent a wonderful 6 days in Wisconsin at a log cabin...
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Small business travel tip: Sometimes spending more is smarter

I'm what you would call a “moderate” business traveler. I don't travel enough to get first class seats unless something unusual happens, but I've traveled enough to know how to play some of the angles and I'm fairly efficient at it. I know that packing a suitcase is extremely simple as long as you have...