Podcast Show Notes
In the second episode of the Walk the Planet podcast, I share the details on my first Walkabout Journey in Hawai’i. I give the background, inspiration and intention for Walkabouts, and how I came up with the idea for doing the first one in Hawai’i. You also learn the details on my beginning stage with the Hawaiian language, ukulele and community service in Hawai’i.
Quick Podcast Notes
In today’s episode of the Walk the Pla.net Podcast …
- You learn what inspired me to start Walk the Planet and where my idea for doing Walkabout journeys came from.
- I share the fourth aspect of my Walkabout journeys that add a much-needed element that was missing.
- I talk about the thing that a lot of digital nomad bloggers do that I am trying to avoid.
- I share my experiences in China and how they affected my upcoming Walkabout in Hawai’i.
- I explain why I decided to do this Walkabout in Hawai’i.
- I talk about why my Walkabout projects are all two to three years.
- I explain the importance of this podcast in the Walkabout journeys.
- I share about my reverse mid-life crisis and how I came back to Walk the Planet
- I give details on my plans for Hawai’i over the next 895 days.
- I share my plans for providing helpful information for long-term digital nomads and cultural artists coming to Hawai’i.
- I share my plans for studying the Hawaiian language and share all of the Hawaiian words and phrases I currently know.
- I share my plans for learning to play the Ukulele, and share all the chords I can currently play.
- I talk about how I’m approaching community service, and my upcoming projects.
- I talk about my Essential Challenges and give a brief preview of my upcoming January 2019 Essential Challenge.
The following are a few of the links and items mentioned in the podcast:
- My Next Walkabout in Hawaiʻi
- My December 2018 Essential Clothing challenge
- My Hawaiian Language Study Plan
- My Plan to learn to play the Ukulele
- My Plan for community service in Hawai’i
- How I found my first Ukulele
- James Clear
- BJ Fogg
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