This is it! The road together has finally come to an end. Traveling for 9 months on the road, with 4 mates, can be taxing on your daily routine, relationships, and health.
For our FINAL episode together from South America we decided to make it another special one, by sharing our best tricks, hacks and tips for traveling and overlanding that we've learned on our journey.
We highlight some of our positives and negatives. Including the tools that helped us out the most and the things in retrospect, that we wish we had, to optimize more of our day and relationships.
Some of the things we share in this episode:
- 1 item we cut from our daily routine
- Biggest obstacle doing business from the road and our tip to overcome it
- How to become a mechanic with no experience
- Most important tools brought on the trip
- Short workout routine with action packed schedule
- And more...
This trip wasn't just a vacation though. We launched a business, we ran a podcast and we incubated 3 individuals. If the list isn't long enough for you there is much more where that came from. Daniel and Brandon give you an insight of what it takes to do it all. Networking with guests on the ground and building relationships while up keeping a moving house.
This one is chock full of content for anyone looking to overland, be a digital nomad or who is looking to make more of their every day.
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On the Bus is a traveling podcast that bought a bus, and hit the road to meet their guests and engage in the experience with them. Brandon and Daniel are early adopters and lovers of the human experience out to share powerful conversations with unique people that are highly successful.
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