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Travel Hacks: How to Save Money and Find Cheap Airfare

by / ⠀Personal Finance Travel / March 10, 2014

Finding cheap flights is a science.  As the co-founder of a travel company, we bring our team all over the world, and try to do it as wisely as possible.  We take travel hacking very seriously.  The more money we save on flights, the more money left to spend on incredible experiences. Here are ten awesome travel hacks to help you find cheap airfare: First off: Expedia has…

6 Tips for Your International Job Search

by / ⠀Career Advice Travel / March 7, 2014

Let’s face it- The job market isn’t what it used to be. With limited job opportunities, qualified and talented individuals simply can’t find work in the U.S. So instead of wishful thinking… Some people are taking their job hunt internationally to places like Europe and Asia, in hopes of a better chance. Working and living abroad is not only a viable option, but there are hidden benefits such…

Why Risk Isn’t Real and What it Really Means

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / February 28, 2014

What would you do if you knew you wouldn’t fail? What would you do if you were fearless? You may have pondered these questions before, but have you really ever explored the edge?  Do you really know the answer to these questions? Everyday at Under30CEO we give you advice on how to escape from the grips of society.  How to hone your decision making, leadership, marketing, and financial…

Traveling? Don’t Forget To Take Your Fitness & Health Habits With You!

by / ⠀Health & Fitness Travel / February 26, 2014

As young professionals or entrepreneurs, our lives may sometimes be consumed with conferences, networking events, or other activities that require a lot of traveling.  I understand the feeling of being tired and hopping off a plane, into a hotel room, and then moving straight into consecutive conferences day after day. This means that time is limited for a gym session, especially if you are arriving back to your…

Deconstructing an Awesome Morning and How to Achieve One

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness Travel / February 18, 2014

This past January I had the opportunity to travel to Costa Rica for the second time with Matt Wilson and the Under30Experiences crew spending 6 awesome days in the Costa Rican rainforest at Rancho Margot learning about sustainability, self-sufficiency, intentional community development, organic agriculture, and holistic lifestyle practices. Rancho Margot is a world class eco-lodge located in the middle of the jungle where you learn to appreciate the…

Lessons Learned Along the Inca Trail

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / January 29, 2014

The summer of 2009 was a difficult one: but it was one that changed everything. I was working for a public transport company and the “global economic downturn” was starting to bite. Budgets were cut, jobs were slashed — and my job was among them. But that summer was also my big adventure. My first big adventure. I’d wanted to hike the Inca Trail for years: like a…

5 Ways To Transform Your Life

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / January 15, 2014

At one point or another in our lives, we all pause for a moment and analyze our life. Is it failing? Is it how we planned it? Did it go the same way we planned it? Why are we in so much debt? Why aren’t we progressing in our career? What causes us to be isolated in society? All these and many other questions are that hit the…

5 Things to Do Before Turning 30

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / January 8, 2014

What you do in your late teens and 20’s really defines the type of person you are and who you will become.  Where you go, the people you meet, what you learn…it all sets the stage for the rest of your life.  What you have to ask yourself is how big of a stage do you want to be on. I’m a 21-year-old college drop out that decided…

5 Tips To Plan An Epic Trip

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / December 29, 2013

  Change is the only constant in life. To travel is to change. And traveling never fails to add a new perspective to life, especially to an inexperienced young professional learning the ropes and exploring the possibilities of his or her vocation. New perspectives are not reserved only for the  young and inexperienced however, as in a similar fashion, change induced by travelling is experienced by entrepreneurs looking…

Going International: 5 Tips for Meeting KYC Requirements

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Funding Personal Finance Startup Advice Travel / December 28, 2013

Since the implementation of Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations, international business has been forever changed. Governments, banks, and businesses must comply with tightened security measures to combat money laundering, identity theft, and possible terrorist funding. Navigating different nations’ specific requirements can be tricky, but doing so will enable your business to expand. Here are five ways to manage the process: 1. Know Your World For many industries, following…

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