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Best Mattbowles podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Mattbowles podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Matt Bowles interviews today’s most interesting real estate investors, entrepreneurs, and world travelers and pulls out actionable tips and advice that you can begin applying in your own life each week. Hear personal stories about their worst failures, biggest breakthroughs, amazing travel adventures, and most valuable lessons learned on their journey to financial success, location independence and lifestyle freedom. Guests include investment property owners traveling the world on their pass ...
 
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Brittnee Bond shares her experiences growing up as a Jehovah’s Witness and opens up about her decision to eventually divorce her husband, leave the Church, travel the world and create her ideal community that is welcoming, inclusive and accepting. She shares her path to becoming a digital nomad, first by helping her law firm become paperless and ne…
 
Zach Boyette tells his story growing up in Tennessee, teaching himself to code, working for Google, finding his first location independent job and embarking on a life as a full time itinerant nomad. He shares his travel experiences, favorite destinations, and why he chooses to move locations every week. Zach also talks about his passion for minimal…
 
LibryaJones shares her experience traveling to Ghana with her daughter in 2019 for “The Year of Return” and discusses her (and her daughter’s) reflections on Ghanaian culture, learning the history of the West African slave trade, and the feeling of being in a Black-majority country. Libryia then opens up about her upbringing in Tallahassee, Florida…
 
In this episode, Becky Gillespie talks about her experience growing up in Cincinnati, Ohio, studying abroad in Europe and then deciding to move to Tokyo at age 22. She shares her experience upon arrival and her subsequent choice to stay in Tokyo for 12 years before becoming a full-time digital nomad. Matt and Becky discuss the food scene in Tokyo a…
 
DESCRIPTION: On this episode, the tables are turned and Matt Bowles is interviewed by Becky Gillespie about his activism, social justice background and nomadic lifestyle. This wine-induced conversation off the coast of Dubai starts off talking about Matt’s path getting fired from his job, transitioning to become a location independent entrepreneur,…
 
DESCRIPTION: Shambrekia Wise tells her story of growing up in a small, low-income Arkansas town with less than 1,000 residents, but having a loving community and developing her passions for science, adventure and learning about the world through books. After getting her Master’s Degree in Public Health, she opens up about being diagnosed with Multi…
 
Dr. Dina Cuervo shares her personal upbringing in a Los Angeles immigrant community, plagued by violence and institutional racism. She shares her path to becoming a clinical psychologist and her passion for supporting under-served communities of color that have been victimized by trauma. Dina then explains the psychological trauma caused by systemi…
 
In this episode, Matt Bowles contextualizes the U.S. movement to defund and dismantle police departments in the history of institutionalized white supremacy and police violence in the United States. He talks about the consistency of police violence and repression of the Black community for hundreds of years without pause, from slavery to the convic…
 
In this episode, Matt Bowles contextualizes the U.S. uprising in the history of institutionalized white supremacy in the United States. He discusses the lynching of George Floyd in the context of systemic racialized state violence. He then talks about how police are currently attacking nonviolent protesters and journalists, and how the situation is…
 
In this episode, Matt Bowles explains how to navigate the latest U.S. real estate trends and make smart real estate investing decisions during the COVID-19 Era. He begins by giving tips on optimizing your rent collection during the eviction moratorium. He then moves on to talk about strategies for stabilizing your cash flow, including the option of…
 
Caeli Ridge shares her entrepreneurial journey and her path to becoming the owner and CEO of Ridge Lending Group. She talks about her own real estate investing experience buying over 40 rental properties of her own and also helping tens of thousands of real estate investors build their rental property portfolios with conventional mortgage financing…
 
New York Times Bestselling Author and CPA Diane Kennedy return to The Maverick Show to break down all the U.S. Government's stimulus bills, how to get free money, and which of the new programs are applicable to you--whether you're unemployed, self-employed, a freelancer, a business owner, or a real estate investor. She explains the incredible boost…
 
Keith Weinhold returns to the Maverick Show to discuss real estate investing during the pandemic. Keith explains some of the fundamental differences between the Great Recession of 2008-2009 compared with the 2020 recession, especially as related to the real estate market. Keith explains how current supply and demand factors are likely to impact U.S…
 
In this episode, Matt Bowles shares the top resources he has compiled to help you thrive in the COVID-19 era. He starts by highlighting podcast episodes 77-81 which focused specifically on skills, tactics, opportunities, and problem-solving frameworks to thrive during the quarantine. He then goes on to announce the new Maverick Show “Resources” pag…
 
Arthur Worsley returns to The Maverick Show from under quarantine in Bali. He shares problem-solving techniques that entrepreneurs can use to assess, adapt and pivot their businesses in challenging times. He also shares the key question that all business owners need to ask themselves immediately. Arthur then goes on to talk about productivity techn…
 
Liam Martin jumps back on the podcast from under quarantine in Canada. He describes the impact COVID-19 has had on his two primary businesses—one of which increased sales and one of which was completely ground to a halt. He gives specific advice to entrepreneurs about how to assess the effects on your business, and how to adjust or pivot accordingl…
 
Kristin Wilson jumps back on the podcast from isolation in Miami and shares the mental and emotional techniques she is using to keep her spirits up and remain productive under the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home Orders. She gives tips on meditation resources, the importance of limiting news and social media, and increasing substantive virtual social connecti…
 
Sean Tierney jumps back on the podcast from isolation in a remote villa in northern Bali. He shares tips on disaster preparedness and explains how he and his housemates have physically, emotionally and socially prepared for 6 months of quarantine. He shares techniques for keeping fit under lockdown, keeping spirits up, and also discusses the import…
 
Ali Greene jumps back on the podcast from under COVID-19 lockdown in France to share Emergency work-from-home techniques that everyone can begin implementing immediately. She discusses best practices for maintaining routine in a changed environment, navigating new work-life-family balances, creating new ‘workspace’ boundaries, and tips for communic…
 
Fuad Agoro discusses growing up in Chicago as the son of Nigerian immigrants, excelling at sports, and eventually discovering entrepreneurship and becoming passionate about world travel. Matt and Fuad discuss their travels in West Africa, especially in Senegal and Nigeria. Fuad tells the story of his visit to Lagos, Nigeria during the music-festiva…
 
Mel Judson shares her journey dropping out of an Ivy League University and moving to Los Angeles to live in a backyard shed on Venice Beach and become a mural painter. She explains how she began doing brand-consulting and business strategy development with YouTube influencers and then parlayed her skills and network into a Hollywood studio career, …
 
Dr. Lydia Machova takes us on her journey of becoming a polyglot and describes how she learned to speak 8 languages fluently and retain them. She begins with her story of how she became passionate about language learning and then explains how she gradually developed her own unconventional techniques for learning and retaining languages from anywher…
 
Olumide Gbenro takes us on his journey growing up in Lagos, Nigeria and then navigating the cultural transitions as his family moved to the UK and eventually the US, all by the time he was in high school. After getting two master's degrees, learning multiple languages, and being on a career path to make his parents proud, Olumide shares the transit…
 
Ella Cook takes us on her personal-growth and business journey starting with her childhood growing up in Zambia and, then, her adult life in the UK and Australia, before becoming location-independent and moving to Bali, Indonesia. She opens up about her struggles with substance abuse, self-image, chronic anxiety, suicidal thoughts, abusive relation…
 
Freddy Lansky takes us on his 10-year travel journey including his experiences in places like North Korea and Venezuela. He then talks about his entrepreneurial journey and his experience scaling his last business to 7-figures and having a successful exit. He explains how over the years he has studied and mastered the award-points game to score fre…
 
Erin Young shares her journey growing up in Australia and founding her first business, Zen Green Matcha. She opens up about the mistakes she made in building that company, including leaving her job too early and needing to go back to work until she landed the distribution contracts that enabled her business to fully sustain her lifestyle. She then …
 
Arthur Worsley takes us on his travel journey through 100+ countries, his entrepreneurial journey, and the development of his TRACKTION system for accelerated learning and revolutionary productivity. He starts off by sharing stories from his college days at Oxford and how he made over USD $100,000 in a single week as a student and then shares his t…
 
In this episode, Matt Bowles takes you behind the scenes of his 7-year nomad journey to 60+ countries on 6 continents. He explains why he travels the world with carry-on luggage only, and how a minimalist lifestyle helps him detach from materialism and focus on experiences and relationships with people. Matt also announces the launch of www.Maveric…
 
Monique Lindner takes us on her journey of growing up in Germany, working every waking hour to support her family starting at age 13, despite gender discrimination, bullying and living with chronic diseases. She explains how, at age 19, she ultimately collapsed and was pronounced clinically dead for 25 seconds. She shares the out of body experience…
 
Amanda Gedney begins by explaining her love of hula hooping and fire-spinning, how to do it, how she learned it, and how she manages the fire-spinning performances at the Jai Thep festival in Chiang Mai, Thailand. She then takes us on her journey, starting with growing up in New York, going to college at the Fashion Institute of Technology, studyin…
 
Danielle Thompson takes us on her path through entrepreneurship, building multiple different businesses until she finally found her true passion with The Freelance Travel Network—helping nomadic freelancers grow and profit from their online service business while traveling the world. She explains how she grew and scaled that business while travelin…
 
Liam Martin tells his story of being ranked one of the top 30 figure-skaters in the world before breaking his knee cap at age 21 and having his dreams dashed. He then pivoted into academia but, after receiving the worst teaching evaluations in the department’s history, he pivoted again, this time into remote entrepreneurship. Liam takes us on his b…
 
Eddie Rich takes us on his journey of founding LoDo Massage during the recession with just $30 and scaling it to operate in 45 U.S. states and land clients that include some of the top Fortune 500 companies. After losing almost everything in the recession of 2008, approaching 50 years old, and unable to find investors for his business idea, he expl…
 
On the 50th episode of The Maverick Show, I want to thank you so much for listing to the show. Please enjoy this highlight reel from the first fifty episodes! So that we can continue to improve and provide more value to you, please take a brief survey at www.TheMaverickShow.com/Survey and give us your input and opinion on what you like most about t…
 
Ashley Hann shares her journey to location-independent entrepreneurship beginning with her experience being hired as the Marketing Director at one of Mark Cuban’s start-up companies and helping to grow it 500% in a year. She explains how she restructured the customer service policy and exponentially increased their sales on Amazon. After that, she …
 
Remote Year co-founder and CEO Greg Caplan shares the behind the scenes journey of starting and building the world’s largest international work-travel program. He tells the story of how his unique upbringing in the Chicago suburbs led him to became passionate about international travel and cultural immersion. He then explains how he was driven to s…
 
Matt Bowles starts off by explaining what “turnkey real estate investing” is, and discusses the benefits of buying and holding residential investment property vs. other asset classes like stocks and mutual funds. He goes through the 5 different potential profit centers you have when buying and holding rental properties—market appreciation, cash-flo…
 
Agnes Nyamwange shares her experience growing up in an Indian-majority neighborhood in her home country of Kenya, going to college in Kampala, Uganda, and then moving to the U.S. where she completed her Master’s Degree and worked in the healthcare industry for a decade. She opens up about how she struggled through 16-hour workdays, racism, being an…
 
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