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Bringing you deeper insights into the lives of people who have chosen a life of travel and adventure, uncovering the strategies that helped them become location independent. Hosted by travel enthusiast and entrepreneur, Daniel Falonipe gets in conversations with beginner and seasoned digital nomads and entrepreneurs in a bid to find out what sets them apart from everyone else. No matter where you are in your journey to self-fulfilment and freedom through travel, this podcast has something fo ...
 
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When it comes to generosity, there’s a wide spectrum in terms of how far we’ll go for others. There’s buy-your-friends-dinner generosity, donate-to-charities generosity — and then there’s give-your-organ-to-a-perfect-stranger generosity. There’s generosity that makes us feel good, generosity that happens anonymously, generosity that goes viral on s…
 
It seems like every week, we hear about new breakthroughs in cancer treatment — new discoveries, new medications, new hopes for a cure. The war on cancer has been a slow and steady grind, with incremental progress that’s been built one study, one breakthrough at a time. Behind each of those small but meaningful victories are years of unseen work — …
 
In 2018, Owen Rivers woke up in a hospital bed after a fentanyl overdose — and could no longer form new memories. It was a terrifying experience; he’d ask the same questions over and over — why he was there and what had happened to him — only to forget the answers. As it turns out, his case is part of a larger medical mystery surrounding a type of …
 
Listen to the full audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to https://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Shocking True StoryAuthor: Gregg OlsenNarrator: Jeffrey KaferFormat: UnabridgedLength: 8 hrs and 51 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 06-20-13Publisher: Crime Rant ClassicsRatings: 4 of 5 out of 30 votesGenres: Mysteries & Thrillers, True CrimePublish…
 
Listen to the full audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to https://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: This House of GriefSubtitle: The Story of a Murder TrialAuthor: Helen GarnerNarrator: Kate HoodFormat: UnabridgedLength: 8 hrs and 58 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 06-16-16Publisher: Bolinda Publishing Pty LtdRatings: 4 of 5 out of 8 votesGenres: …
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Dead by SunsetSubtitle: Perfect Husband, Perfect Killer?Author: Ann RuleNarrator: Sharon GlessFormat: AbridgedLength: 3 hrs and 7 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 03-08-10Publisher: Simon & Schuster AudioRatings: 4 of 5 out of 51 votesGenres: Mysteries & …
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Hotel K (Kerobokan)Author: Kathryn BonellaNarrator: Nicholas BellFormat: UnabridgedLength: 9 hrs and 56 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 02-03-12Publisher: Bolinda Publishing Pty LtdRatings: 4 of 5 out of 46 votesGenres: Mysteries & Thrillers, True CrimeP…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: In the Still of the NightAuthor: Ann RuleNarrator: Barbara CarusoFormat: UnabridgedLength: 11 hrs and 58 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 04-29-11Publisher: Simon & Schuster AudioRatings: 4 of 5 out of 117 votesGenres: Mysteries & Thrillers, True CrimePub…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: A Death in BelmontAuthor: Sebastian JungerNarrator: Kevin ConwayFormat: UnabridgedLength: 8 hrs and 21 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 04-12-06Publisher: HarperAudioRatings: 4 of 5 out of 336 votesGenres: Mysteries & Thrillers, True CrimePublisher's Summ…
 
Maiken is a digital nomad from Norway who is currently travelling across Brazil. In this episode, we talked about how she has been able to overcome obstacles and actively pursued her dream of travel by surrounding herself with people who made her believe she could achieve them. She also spoke about her big break on social media and how one viral po…
 
The human brain has an incredible capacity for processing information, from sensory data, to casual conversations, to everything we hear and read — in fractions of seconds. Not only that, our brains make sense of it all, allowing us to learn, work, form relationships, and navigate the world. On this episode, we take a closer look at how this all wo…
 
In this episode, I'm going to share my top lessons and takeaways from being in Mexico City for 5 weeks as a Digital Nomad and how my experience may positively impact your decision to visit this beautiful city. Also, why I decided to travel to the Balkan country of Albania, my plans to explore this beautiful country, and finally my thoughts about tr…
 
There are 19 million veterans in the U.S. who have served in the armed forces. For many, the military gave them a sense of shared purpose, a strong connection to their comrades. But that community often disappears when they get out of the service, leaving many feeling alone, or misunderstood. On top of that, many veterans suffer with lingering heal…
 
The search for solutions to address climate change is urgent. People want action now, something that will move the needle. But every solution that’s on the table has potential unintended consequences or tradeoffs involved. For example, wind power sounds like a great, clean option, but wind farms need space — where should they be located? A plan to …
 
Mickelle Sleyster is a Digital Nomad coach and entrepreneur, in this episode, she shares how she's been able to go from a recruiting job that she hates to build a life of full-time travel. Mickelle started travelling at the beginning of the pandemic and has since visited 15 countries and 80 cities. After landing a role remote position without any t…
 
Are you planning to travel to Mexico City as a Digital Nomad? In this episode, I share reasons why I think this city is a perfect digital nomad destination, especially for those who are just getting started. Of course, there are some downsides as well, but they're not as important as the upsides. If you enjoyed this episode, please make sure to sub…
 
Jessie Flynn decided she’d had enough. For years, multiple sclerosis had taken more and more away from her life — her ability to move, her freedom, the job she loved, even her marriage. Now it seemed like medical treatments and physical therapy were no longer halting the illness’ progression — it seemed like she was on a rapid slide toward immobili…
 
The first episode of inspired by Freedom travel Podcast where I also share my story of starting the digital nomad life in Mexico City, why I choose a life of travel despite many counter opinions and what my plans are for the future. Hello, I'm Daniel Falonipe, a travel enthusiast and entrepreneur. I started this podcast in hopes of inspiring many t…
 
Who becomes a physician in this country — and who never gets that chance? On this encore presentation, we explore this question a lot of medical schools are grappling with, as groups like Black people and Latinos remain especially underrepresented among students. What would it take to attract and retain a more diverse group of students? On this epi…
 
It’s one of the first questions we hear on detective shows after a heinous crime has occurred: “What’s the motive?” For hundreds of years, criminologists, politicians, and law enforcement have been asking a bigger version of that question: What causes crime? What makes criminals — criminals? People have turned to everything from appearance to biolo…
 
The passing of 20 years since the 9/11 terror attacks has meant that some of the wounds cut by that day have closed — others have not. Thousands of families lost loved ones in the attacks, and their grief became part of a national tragedy. Many more have since gotten sick or even died from illnesses related to exposure to dust and debris. The attac…
 
Sometimes, work can feel like Groundhog Day — different variations of the same thing, day after day. Same commute, same hours, same people, same conversations, same cubicle, same complaints. But then, everything changed because of COVID-19. The pandemic disrupted the way we do our jobs, whether you work at a cubicle, a diner, or a hospital. Many wo…
 
This is Episode One: “Shooting for the Heavens.” It’s part of a five-part series about a 22-year-old with no health care experience who talked his way into a COVID-19 vaccine distribution deal he thought would make him millions — only to have his company implode as thousands of people awaited vaccinations. How did he end up with so much power? Was …
 
We’ve heard it again and again — kids are resilient. But they’re also sensitive, with social and emotional needs every bit as complex as adults’. They’re still figuring out how the world works, and they depend on structure and stability — along with love and support — to feel safe and confident as they learn to navigate the world. Which is why the …
 
We’ve all heard the saying: “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” The problem is that’s not how the world works. Just about everything, from the way people treat us, to the opportunities we have in life, is affected in some way by our appearance. That’s especially true when it comes to how we feel about ourselves. When we look good, we feel good. When…
 
Every time you go to see a new doctor, you have to fill out forms that ask your name, your age, your family history — and your race and ethnicity. You have to check a box — pick a category. Less than 100 years ago, mainstream scientists believed that race was a biological fact — one that determined everything from pain tolerance to disease suscepti…
 
Language is how we connect — to each other, to the past, to the future — how we create culture, communicate ideas, and make decisions. Scientists are keen to discover more about how language works, and how we actually learn to talk. On this episode — why do some species have language, and others don’t? What can bird whistles teach us about the mech…
 
Left to their own devices, viruses are pretty much helpless. They need cells to infect in order to replicate. But they’re sneaky — many of them also manage to stick around long after we think they’re gone. When the immune system sets out to kill infected cells, many viruses hide and continue to cause problems. This aspect has come into much sharper…
 
Humans have been obsessed with Mars for thousands of years, but it wasn’t until the mid-20th century that we began to have actual breakthroughs in our journey to Mars. In July of 1965, NASA’s Mariner 4 captured high-definition pictures of Mars. It was at this point that we began to better observe and explore the red planet. But there is a hidden an…
 
Anxiety can feel like a buzzing electric current that fuels our thoughts and behaviors. There are the well-known symptoms — chest pains, rapid heartbeat, constant fidgeting, shortness of breath, nausea — but anxiety can also be sneaky, rearing its head in all different ways. For instance — maybe it shows up in the way you check your phone constantl…
 
Plastic gets a bad rap — over the years, it’s become synonymous with environmental destruction, cheap fakery, needless consumption, and mass-produced junk. But there’s a reason plastic is everywhere — it’s inexpensive, strong, and versatile; a shapeshifter that over the past century has revolutionized the way we live, from science and medicine to c…
 
The United States spends more on health care than any other country in the world — and that spending is going up every year. In some respects, that’s good news, because it means that new treatments, medications, and tests are available, and people are living longer. But it also means that health care and insurance is getting more expensive. There’s…
 
Artificial intelligence has seen huge advances in the last decade, very notably in the technology of natural language processing. NLP has gotten increasingly better at convincingly parroting us back to ourselves, and can sometimes briefly pass for human speech, and even write computer code. But, AI can only work with data that it receives from huma…
 
Intelligent machines will play a much larger role in the future than they do now, and we’re trying to imagine that future as we’re racing toward it. Some people envision things straight out of a Black Mirror episode with terrifying killer robots, or super smart machines taking away jobs. MIT Media Lab researcher Kate Darling says those angsty visio…
 
In a lot of ways, artificial intelligence acts as our personal butlers — it filters our email, manages the temperature in our homes, finds the best commute, shapes our social media, runs our search engines, even flies our planes. But as AI gets involved in more and more aspects of our lives, there are nagging fears. Will AI replace us? Make humans …
 
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