Episode 075: Nomadic Couplepreneurs – Part 1

“In 2015, we finally had our first three-month nomadic experience and it really changed everything for us.”

 

This week’s guests are Nick and Gen from The Great Anomaly. They’ve been living a nomadic lifestyle since September 2015 and have visited Australia, Italy, Paris, Thailand, Budapest, Serbia, and Romania … just to name a few.

“Being nomads now, it forces you to put lifestyle first in a sense because, if you don’t, you feel stupid.” – Nick

They started their entrepreneurial journey with Nick and Gen’s Healthy Life and it quickly grew to providing a full-time income for the both of them. Unfortunately, they quickly lost their passion for the business and realized they needed to make a dramatic change.

“We were very unsatisfied overall and stuck in a business model that made us a bunch of money.” – Nick

After taking a few extended trips, they realized they needed to start putting lifestyle first and it made all the difference.

Take a listen to today’s episode to find what popular tourist destination they hated, their favorite countries they’ve visited so far, and what multiple countries they will be visiting before 2016 comes to an end.

“It’s just a work hub of international people that’s so inspiring.” – Nick

 

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 Mentioned in this Episode:

Airbnb

Counter Strike Go Tournament in Cologne, Germany

Obor Market in Bucharest, Romania

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To learn more about Nick and Gen, check out their healthy lifestyle website, and the website and podcast for The Great Anomaly.


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Music Credit: Drops of H2O ( The Filtered Water Treatment ) by J.Lang (c) 2012 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://ccmixter.org/files/djlang59/37792 Ft: Airtone