Digital Nomads Podcasts

5 Podcasts from Expert Digital Nomads in 2021 to Learn From

Digital nomadism is the new big thing. People from all around the world are breaking free from their regular 9-5 jobs and set out to become a digital nomad.

A digital nomad is a location independent worker, who uses technology to perform work tasks while travelling the world. Sounds great, doesn't it? The best part being that you can live an absolutely different lifestyle with no commitments or ties. Leave a comment

Solo Digital Nomads: 5 Best Podcasts for Travelers

If there is one thing a digital nomad is pretty good at, it's listening to podcasts. They are, after all, long time travelers who spend much of their time alone in hostels or lonely hotel rooms (or the very limited company of other nomadic travelers).

A great podcast can make any solo traveler feel like they aren't really alone—that somebody out there understands where they are, what they're doing and why. And if you can find somebody whose outlook on life resonates with yours (or who simply makes you laugh), it's sort of like having a friend all the time no matter how far away they may be. 2 responses

Top Digital Nomad Podcasts You Have to Listen to This Year

Being an avid digital nomad follower, I have immense love and admiration for everything that digital nomads do. You might think I’m a freak, but I prefer listening to digital nomad podcasts over music, any day. Here’s a list of the latest and my favorite digital nomad podcasts that I can listen to on-repeat. 5 responses

5 Podcasts for New Digital Nomads in 2021

Digital nomads are an ever-growing community, and with that comes new podcasts created each week aimed to share knowledge and help people become more successful in their paths to digital nomadism. 1 response

4 Digital Nomad Podcasts to Inspire Your Inner Entrepreneur

The future is digital and the future is here. Digital nomads make up a growing trend in the tech startup space. With entrepreneurs working remotely, they don't have to deal with long commutes or office politics. The downside? Sometimes, you miss out on the camaraderie that comes with co-working spaces or shared desks at bars where everyone around you feels like a comrade in arms. 4 responses