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Hello, and welcome to The Remote Podcast Episode 19. This podcast is all about location independence, digital nomadism, and living life on your terms.
This week I interviewed Paul Lam from Path Hunters, a podcast dedicated to helping individuals frustrated and unfulfilled at their nine-to-five jobs to live a life of purpose.
Paul recently quit his nine-to-five job in Toronto after 3 years of planning. And at the time of this interview, he had just hit the two-week mark in Chiang Mai, Thailand, known as the digital nomad hub of the world.
In this episode, Paul shares his story of how he realized that he needed a change in his life and how he slowly but surely transitioned to a location independent lifestyle.
Paul’s story underlines the importance of the phrase “you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with”. Through attending tons of meetups and entrepreneurship events, Paul was able to surround himself by the types of people he wanted to become and to learn valuable lessons from them.
In addition to sharing his story, Paul shares two exercises that you can try to build self-awareness and to figure out what businesses you can create.
What I like most about Paul is his enthusiasm and how passionate he is about helping other people. You’ll get a sense of what I mean through listening to the episode.
Getting in touch with Paul:
- Path Hunters Website http://pathhunters.com/
- Paul’s Personal Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Greddyboy2
- Path Hunter’s Instagram http://www.instagram.com/pathhunters/
Lastly, I just wanted to leave you with a quote from my interview with Paul that really stood out to me:
“Imperfect action is better than perfect inaction”
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Special thanks to Paul for joining me this week. Until next time!
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