The New Nomad


Join Allen Koski and The Insured Nomads Team with thought leaders from around the world discussing relevant topics for the global lifestyle.

Whether you identify as being location-independent, an expat, digital nomad, immigrant, slowmad, retiree or another label you are part of the tribe known as The New Nomad. Welcome, listen, share, subscribe and write a raving review so that the guests on the show get more recognition and visibility.

Go Nomad: Curiousity More Than Fear with Desmond Dixon | TNN86
Sales is a fundamental aspect of any business, and it involves promoting and selling products or services to customers. In today's digital age, digital sales channels such as e-commerce platforms, online marketplaces, and social media have become increasingly popular. These channels allow companies to reach a wider audience and make it easier for customers to purchase products from anywhere in the world. Digital nomads are people who use technology to work remotely, and they often rely on digital sales channels to make a living.
Does 1 Year of Nomad Life Equal to 5 Years of Settled Life with Anna Maria Kochanska | TNN85
When choosing a destination as a digital nomad in the Balkans, it's important to consider factors such as cost of living, internet connectivity, local cuisine, and leisure activities that align with your interests. It can also be helpful to research whether there is already a strong community of digital nomads in the area, as this can provide support and make it easier to connect with others who are also living and working remotely.
Postcard Travel Immersive Travel and Adventure Therapy with Amit Jaipuria | TNN84
Stories and traveling really go well together. Traveling would be so much better if we experience a place or a culture instead of just skimming through every country and ticking checklists. Imagine doing a deep dive into a place, living with the locals, and getting to experience their culture in a more genuine way. This new way of traveling is the reason why came to be.
Seeking “Home” in the World with Act for Change with Lea Misan | TNN83
Across cultures and centuries, people of varied means have made homes for themselves and those they care about. The people who live with us and the material possessions with which we furnish our home space are essential aspects of the place where we dwell. Complex interactions with all these elements give a definition to home as we see it. And as we define home, we also define ourselves in relation to it. Cliche as it seems but home is where the heart is.
Sell it All, Move to a New Country, Find Work-Life Balance with Ali Pruitt | TNN82
The transition from a full-time job to a digital nomad or location-independent work can be extremely exciting. But as with any lifestyle change, you’ll need to plan and make some adjustments to avoid unnecessary stress and overwhelm. You’ll need to be flexible about where and how you work. Not having unrealistic expectations can save you some frustration. You have a perfect opportunity to reduce your overall expenses by analyzing the cost of living in different countries and moving to a place with lower costs.
Remote-How Tips for Making Remote & Hybrid Work Thrive with Iwo Szapar | TNN81
As we emerge on the other side of the Covid crisis, one thing is clear: remote work is here to stay. Employers were finally awakened to the advantages of enabling work-from-anywhere for knowledge workers, which includes access to a global talent pool without the hassles of relocation; the flexibility afforded employees directly translates to productivity and job satisfaction, and the reduced need for corporate real estate. Technology has made it easier for employees and employers to interact, and there are also many benefits for both parties.
AirGuides Trips Created By Storytellers, So Let’s Go! with Tony Carne | TNN80
Telling stories is one of humankind’s abiding, defining impulses. So when you become a travel storyteller, you’re tapping into one of the deepest and richest veins of the human experience. Truly great stories succeed in extracting meaning from the everyday. They are also the record of two corresponding journeys: a journey in the outer world and a journey in the inner world. And the travel writer’s story is built upon the interplay between these worlds and journeys.
Happy Halloween Sharing Travel Medical, Evacuation and Safety Tips with Chris Nam | TNN79
Don’t spend all your effort and time planning for the perfect vacation then overlook the importance of adding a travel insurance policy to that plan. As a traveler, you are vulnerable to accidents, diseases, and other issues which is why you need to take up travel insurance. We know travel insurance can seem like just one more expense, but you'll never know when it will come in handy. Planning for your dream vacation is stressful, let travel insurance take some of it away.
Content Creation From Croatia, Georgia and Beyond with Steve Tsentserensky | TNN78
Copywriting is super overwhelming when you’re just getting started. Most remote jobs either require years of experience. But not copywriting. With copywriting, you don’t need to have ANY experience to get started. You don’t even need to have a college degree. All you need is a love of words and a desire to learn. And the best part? Once you get good at it, you can charge BIG bucks.
Remote Work While Sailing the World with Erin Carey | TNN77
Have you ever gone sailing? How about living on a boat? Well, it’s not for everyone. While many people think sailing is all smooth seas, sunshine, sunsets, and beautiful beaches, it’s also a lot of hard work and can be incredibly challenging. Sometimes we just need a little inspiration or some friendly reminders about why we continue to battle the seasickness and the fear and the storms to reach that personal nirvana and freedom that comes from being one with the sea.