The Power of Saying ‘Yes’ First – Dean Kuchel

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“I travel solo but I don’t travel alone”

In this episode, Dean Kuchel of whereisdean talks about finding his community while traveling around the world, and how a nomad lifestyle is actually less about “travel” but more of just “going about his life” for him. He shares tips on being proactive and how you can meet people, and spark conversations.

We dive into mindset and mentality – how you should never operate from the position of fear and why saying “Yes” first can lead you to some of your best life experiences. We also talk about the change in life phrases and how covid has impacted various groups in different ways. Most importantly, we touch on “freedom” and what it can actually mean.

  • 00:42: Introduction
  • 05:20: Transiting to remote work
  • 09:30: Nomad scene in Israel
  • 15:18: Common concerns for people transiting to nomadic life
  • 18:33: Handling loneliness and meeting people in travel and life
  • 25:20: Travel on your own terms and find your experiences
  • 28:54: The mindset of saying “Yes” and how it changes your thought flow

  • 32:41: Don’t operate with fear
  • 38:41: Building communities and connections – I travel solo but not alone
  • 46:10: Bali as a destination
  • 51:24: Life transition of a digital nomad
  • 55:29: It has always been about Freedom, not travel
  • 1:00:47: Decentralizing life
  • 1:04:00: Quick travel and remote work tips by Dean Kuchel

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This is Rax. For over a decade, I have traveled to over 60 countries - from a budget backpacker to a business traveler, expat and then a digital nomad. You can find insights and perspectives from myself and other world travelers that will inspire your journey of discovery.

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