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How to Have Presence (It’s Simpler Than You Think)

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / December 16, 2014

Last week one of my best friends asked me a simple question: “Do you think people can be taught to have presence in a room?” After years of studying human interaction, public speaking, hosting events, and looking at things unconventionally, here is what you need to know… Let’s start with confidence. Want to captivate a room?  It starts way before you arrive.  People can sniff out your bullshit and…

What Everyone In The World Really Wants

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / December 4, 2014

If you retired tomorrow, what would you do? For most, the answer is simple: I would travel the world! At the age of 27, I retired from the corporate world and immediately did exactly that: I traveled around the world. For 8 months, I covered 56 stops across 5 countries taking my total count up to 25 countries now. Along the way, I’ve covered some of the richest…

How to Take Control of Your Life

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / October 28, 2014

It’s all self inflicted. Trust me I know. After forcing startup idea, after startup idea, following every trend on Techcrunch, attending every douchey networking event, and living in a city where just trying to cross the street makes you think about how many different ways you could kill someone, I had enough. It’s really unsettling how many people we call idiots or assholes just because we are behind the wheel…

7 Things I Learned From Almost Being Kidnapped

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Health & Fitness Travel / October 24, 2014

If you’ve been tuned in, you just read about my first kidnapping. “First,” because, yes, there’s a second one. This time, the type of skills we teach at The Art of Charm came even more into play. If you liked the story of my first kidnapping, strap yourself in for a bumpy ride. This one is a lot scarier. Whereas the worst thing that was going to happen…

The Art of Lucrative Travel Blogging

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / October 13, 2014

It may sound glamorous, but the life of a travel blogger is not necessarily as plush and relaxing as those “fun in the sun”, “relaxing in paradise” photos suggest. While free trips to the worlds’ most famed destinations and complimentary stays in five star resorts are just about everyone’s dream, let’s face it, they don’t pay the bills.The truth is, most travel bloggers are broke, but there is…

6 Videos That Will Make You Want to Travel

by / ⠀Travel / October 8, 2014

Under30Experiences Iceland Photo credit: Caitlin Collins (http://augustaleigh.com/) Hey Under30CEO, 2.5 years ago I took a trip to see the effects of climate change on the small country of Iceland… as many of you know, my mind was blown by this adventure and the decision was made to start a travel company. This week our team traveled back to the very glacier where it all started for another dose…

Time Travel and Saving the Planet

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / October 6, 2014

Hey Under30CEO, As most of you know a lot of what we talk about on Under30CEO is creating businesses that not only make money but also make a positive impact on the world. Some of you know the story, but before we started our travel company Under30Experiences, I took a random trip to Iceland that changed everything for me. It was during this trip that I examined how…

What Bali Taught Me About Life and How to Use It

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / September 17, 2014

I know what you’re thinking: “Oh great, another what I learned traveling the world, detached from real life” post. At this point, we’ve heard all the cliches: “travel changes you,” “helps you seek new perspectives,” “gets you out of your comfort zone…” But here’s the truth: For centuries, man has had incredible curiosity and desire to explore the world… and man still loves writing in moleskin travel journals.…

6 Unconventional Tips to Help You Stay Productive While Traveling

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / September 1, 2014

It was only day four that the feelings of responsibility and guilt began setting in. I was halfway around the world, settling into life in Southeast Asia. It was a completely new reality. The culture was intoxicating and ready to learn more about this exotic world. The purpose of the trip was simply: to travel, work, and live the Freedom Lifestyle to the fullest. As you might guess, this isn’t…

How a Note-Taking App Can Help You Plan Your Next Business Trip

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Travel / August 22, 2014

  The days leading up to a business trip can be stressful, with professionals scrambling to gather the files and equipment they need for meetings, as well as packing clothing and personal items. In addition to this, travelers are also struggling to stay on top of daily business matters. It’s easy to see how small details can be overlooked. Note-taking apps like Evernote and Microsoft OneNote have become…

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