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.

Rover Pat on Starting a Nomadic Life with Patrizio Ambrosetti | TNN66
The digital nomad lifestyle could be an exciting possibility if you’ve caught the travel bug and want to break free from the shackles of your 9-5 life. Whether you chose to work for a company or yourself, becoming a digital nomad doesn’t mean pigeonholing yourself in a specific role. Your job just has to be fully digital. While remote work is becoming commonplace, which is exciting and beneficial for the workforce, that doesn’t mean anyone and everyone should be a digital nomad. It’s still a tough challenge.
GitLab: Best Practices for An All Remote Company with Betsy Bula | TNN65
COVID-19 opened our eyes to the remote work world but there are organizations that thrive in the remote work lifestyle way before the pandemic hit. What quickly became apparent to many office-based teams is that employees could be productive and focused when not in the office - in many cases, even more so. Employers everywhere began to understand that remote work really works. Indeed, the benefits of working from home impact so many things on a global scale that it’s sure to become the best path forward.
Personalizing Travel though with Brady Simpson | TNN64
Traveling is the most fun thing to do, but it can become a nasty affair if you don’t do it right. You are venturing somewhere completely new and you really don’t know what things will be like there when you arrive. It’s always a massive learning curve when you leap into the unknown. That's why proper research and planning are necessary to make it enjoyable & memorable.
Let’s Discuss the “Great Pause” vs. Great Resignation with Dr. Paul Bailo | TNN63
Phone interviews are just as important as in-person interviews, so adequately preparing for them can influence your success. Many companies use phone calls with candidates who look good on paper to determine if those applicants are ready to move to longer, more in-depth interviews. Actually, with the right approach, phone interviews can be seen as an advantage to interviewees - all you need is super communication skills.
Entrepreneur, World Traveler and Noted Podcaster Graham Brown with Graham D. Brown | TNN62
Storytelling in Podcasting is an essential skill that allows you to capture attention and engage with listeners. When you aim to reach your audience through spoken words, no matter what your motive is, podcast storytelling is a powerful tool that can help you make that impact, which you desire. Even if you’re teaching a lesson or speaking about a specific topic, storytelling engages readers and keeps them coming back for more.
Let’s PIVT: Social Wellbeing Tool for Relocated People with Lynn Greenberg | TNN61
It’s well understood that moving is a stressful event in anyone’s life. No matter how dreamy your new place is, relocation is never easy especially when you have your family with you. Just thinking of the nitty-gritty - school, banking, transportation, etc - can bring you to your wit's end. Having someone to talk to who has experienced or is experiencing the same challenges would help a lot. That’s where Pivt, an app that makes relocating easier, comes into the picture.
The Digital Emigre and Second Citizenship in the EU with Samantha North | TNN60
A person with dual citizenship is a citizen of two countries at the same time, which has both advantages and disadvantages because it is a complex legal status. Dual citizens enjoy certain benefits, such as the ability to live and work freely in two countries, own property in both countries, and travel between the countries with relative ease. Being a citizen of two countries allows you more mobility - embracing our global world and all its opportunities.
Get the best coach, be the best coach with Lauren Tickner | TNN59
The business environment continuously grows in complexity and at a rapid pace and the personal benefits of coaching are as wide-ranging as the individuals involved. Coaching provides an invaluable space for personal development. It can unlock some amazing benefits for your company like boosting employee morale, retention rates, and even performance. With strong coaches amongst your leadership team and beyond, you can remain competitive in today’s marketplace and future-proof your company.
Nomadic Matt Shares The Nomadic Network with Matt Kepnes | TNN58
Traveling to a new country is a great time to start a travel blog so that you can share all your experiences with your friends and family back home. If you love traveling and want to share your experiences and tidbits with the world, you’ll thrive as a travel blogger. Passion is contagious, and it’s the most significant driver for building an authentic travel community. This is truly a dream job.
Nomad Balkans: Come See Bulgaria and Beyond with Plamen Ivanov | TNN57
The Balkans has always been an intriguing place to visit where you never know what to expect. The Balkan nations could not be more different and similar at the same time. Bulgaria, being a part of the Balkan region, is quickly becoming one of the most attractive destinations in the world for remote workers due to having some of the best costs of living in the European Union - its natural beauty, thriving expat community, and the local gastronomy that people stick around for.