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Welcome. I’m Andrew Henderson – perpetual traveler, international entrepreneur, and citizen of the world. Each week, I share tips and insights gleaned from my world travels on how you can find more freedom, grow and protect your assets, and live a radical life on your own terms. I help you achieve your own freedom with my daily field reports, weekly syndicated radio shows, helpful products, and live events. Every year, I travel to about one dozen new countries (sometimes many more) in search of personal and economic freedom. My mission is simple: find the best places to live, start a business, and invest. I’m always on the go and exploring new places. No one place has a monopoly on freedom, opportunity, or happiness, and I make the world my oyster in search of the perfect balance. While on the go, I take the time to really understand what’s going on on the ground in each country in order to find the best places in the world to live, work, bank, invest, start a business, date, raise a family, and enjoy life. I value personal freedom above all else in life. Freedom to live how I want, free from bosses and their 9-to-5 work days and from greedy politicians that want to control me and steal my money.
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Dec 21, 2016

As the year comes to an end, Andrew appears for a solo show, to discuss some of the main lessons he’s learned in 2016. In total, he has had four big lessons he’d like to share with his audience today. If you’re like him, and see inspiration everywhere you go, the most important thing you can do is write down your thoughts on a piece of paper, and determine which path makes the most sense for your next year goals and desires.

 

Key Takeaways:

Andrew's Editorial:

[1:35] There’s no guest today, but Andrew has four important lessons he’s learned throughout 2016, as this year slowly winds down.

[4:50] If you’re someone who has lots of ideas, it’s important to sit down and figure out the agenda for the next year.

[7:30] The dreams and desires that you want today, aren’t going to happen overnight. Start now.

[9:25] There’s just something magical about writing your goals down on a pen and paper, not a computer.

[13:25] Lesson one: This year’s theme was abundance.

[14:45] Andrew is not here to convince you.

[14:55] If you’re happy with one passport, and paying taxes, then perhaps you don’t need Andrew and his services.

[17:30] Andrew is not going to host any more conferences for the public.

[18:55] Andrew wishes he had an abundance mindset earlier on in his entrepreneurial career.

[22:45] Focus on the value that you’ll get for that high-ticket price. Don’t focus on just the expense.

[23:05] Lesson two: Work towards the end principle.

[23:40] When you work backwards, you eliminate the ‘shiny object syndrome’.

[27:20] If you have to, fill the bad stuff with good stuff. If not, the bad stuff will just come back!

[30:25] Lesson three: Trust.

[31:10] How do you know you can trust this merchant/supplier/etc?

[34:40] Andrew is your guinea pig.

[35:35] Andrew realizes that he didn’t want to trust people.

[37:20] Having trust in the right people is the right thing to do. It will save you time!

[38:05] What are you doing in your life that is holding you back from trust?

[39:55] Lesson four: Are you happy?

[43:55] You have to run towards what you want.

[47:15] If you don’t want to chase shiny objects, then don’t listen to someone who only sells shiny objects.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

www.nomadcapitalist.com

Email: Andrew@NomadCapitalist.com

 

Dec 16, 2016

It seems everyone in the U.S. is worried about fake news, but there is something much more sinister going on, and that’s censored news. Andrew recently experienced this when the Huffington Post decided to feature him in an article, and it subsequently got taken down within hours of it being posted. Yes, it’s unfortunate Andrew got banned for presenting an alternative way of living, but actions like these lead curious people down the wrong, and often unethical, path.

 

Key Takeaways:

Andrew's Editorial:

[1:40] Let’s talk about the fake news that’s been circulating around lately.

[2:20] We can’t have any fake news…

[4:25] Andrew explains what recently happened to him and his company.

[6:40] Andrew was featured in the Huffington Post … and then they removed the article.

[11:35] Just as fake news is prominent, censored news is too.

[13:05] The lack of good resources and information leads people down sketchy roads.

[13:40] You can find the legal way to do it. You can find the moral way to do it!!!

[18:50] Email Andrew your thoughts!

 

Interview:

[22:15] Why did Andrei become an entrepreneur?

[29:00] Andrei talks about the process to get Canadian citizenship.

[32:50] Why is Russia simpler than Canada?

[36:10] What has Andrei been able to achieve in Canada that he couldn’t do in his home country?

[37:40] What challenges has Andrei faced while living in Canada?

[40:05] How did Andrei convince his wife to leave Russia?

 

The Lightning Round:

[41:50] One business — Uber.

[42:55] One country — NA.

[44:05] One book — Rich Dad Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyosaki.

[44:40] One tool — PhraseExpress.

 

Listener Question:

[46:40] Which country caused Andrew to have the biggest failure?

[48:15] There’s no such thing as ‘failure’. It’s a mindset thing.

[51:55] However, with that being said, failure happens when you’re confused and have too much going on.

[53:45] You either succeed or you learn.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

www.nomadcapitalist.com

Email: Andrew@NomadCapitalist.com

Andrew Banned from Huffington Post

Rich Dad Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyosaki

E-Myth, by Michael Gerber

Built to Sell, by John Warrillow

Phraseexpress.com

Trademarkfactory.ca

Dec 9, 2016

Young nomads who hope to have children one day are concerned about the kind of life they’d have to have in order to properly raise them. Andrew’s motto at the Nomad Capitalist is, “Go where you’re treated best.” and this saying doesn’t change when you have kids. Why go back to your home country to raise a child in a school that doesn’t teach your children anything about life and the world as we, us nomads, know it?

 

Key Takeaways:

 

Andrew's Editorial:

[1:30] More and more people are getting interested in the nomad lifestyle.

[1:50] As more people see that the option is available to go where you’re treated best, more people will end up choosing it.

[2:35] What happens to the nomad lifestyle once you have kids?

[4:45] Andrew is still trying to figure out that answer.

[5:15] Traditional schooling might not be the must-have/right option for a nomadic child.

[9:35] The reason why nomads are here and traveling is because we’ve realized the old rules don’t apply anymore.

[11:40] If you look at the test scores at some of these high-end ivy league schools, the kids aren’t learning anything!

[13:15] Public school over the years have really, really, really gone downhill.

[14:00] What is the U.S. best in, other than spending $$$ on the military? Why do you want to move back and educate your children there?

[16:25] You can continue your nomad lifestyle with a child!

[18:25] You have to go where you’re treated best! Having a child does not change that.

[19:40] Remember, you don’t have to conform to anybody’s rules!

 

Interview:

[21:55] What’s currently going on in Lisbon, Portugal? Why did Dan and Stevie go there?

[22:55] How did Dan get started as an entrepreneur?

[24:25] Dan believes there’s a real opportunity in crowdfunding in both Europe and Asia.

[24:45] How did Stevie get started as an entrepreneur?

[27:40] What was Dan and Stevie’s big ah-ha moment? 

[31:25] What kind of flags has the couple planted in Europe?

[33:40] How does the UK and Portugal compare to each other?

[38:55] What has been some of the biggest challenges the couple has run into?

 

The Lightning Round:

[44:15] One business – Speciality food stores.

[45:05] One country – U.S., but answer may change.

[46:00] One book – Cookbook from the country you’re living in. 

[46:55] One tool – Transferwise.

 

Listener Question:

[50:45] What does Andrew recommend for holiday gifts to a nomad?

[52:25] Donate!

[56:20] Andrew’s convenience is the value, not necessarily the cost of the item.

[58:10] Please donate in Andrew’s name instead of giving him a gift.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

www.nomadcapitalist.com

www.aconversation.com

www.myrtlegroveventures.com

 

 

Email: Andrew@NomadCapitalist.com

The House of Morgan by Ron Chernow

Transferwise.com

Earthclassmail.com

 

Dec 2, 2016

Andrew is getting ready to leave Montenegro, and has some unique observations about the local market, as well as thoughts about how competitive the market is. When you look at places like Montenegro, it does lack some of the basic comforts of ‘home.’ In fact, there’s no one providing these services, which makes it a prime opportunity to enter a market that does not even have a competitor.

 

Key Takeaways:

Andrew's Editorial:

[1:50] Let’s talk about competition.

[5:50] The cheapest property that Andrew has purchased in Montenegro has been €33,000.

[9:25] Andrew talks about the first time he purchased property in Georgia.

[12:20] Montenegro doesn’t have a lot of the comforts of ‘home,’ like fresh green smoothies.

[14:50] You can’t always know where the path is going to take you, but that’s part of the journey.

[18:40] Andrew personally wouldn’t even try to be on AirBnB in the U.S.

 

Interview:

[22:45] Why did Eli decide to become an entrepreneur?

[23:55] What was Eli’s aha moment?

[26:05] Eli wasn’t very good at his corporate jobs, so how was his transition from employee to entrepreneur?

[28:25] Why did Eli choose to live, and run his business, in Israel?

[32:05] As Eli travels often, how has he been able to diversify himself, internationally?

[36:10] Are there any downsides to being based in Israel?

[37:45] There’s a lot of innovation happening in Israel right now.

 

The Lightning Round:

[41:55] One business – A co-working space.

[42:20] One country – Croatia

[42:45] One book – Vagabonding, by Rolf Potts

[43:20] One tool – ScheduleOnce

 

Listener Question:

[45:25] Jack, who is not a U.S. citizen, will be moving to the U.S. What kind of offshore account should he open to protect his assets?

[49:15] You don’t need to hide your money!

[52:20] There is no reason to hide or do things illegally with your money.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Nomad Capitalist

Email: Andrew@NomadCapitalist.com

LingoLearn

StartupBlink

Vagabonding, by Rolf Potts

ScheduleOnce

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