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Our Returning Guest Michael Drew is back with Exclusive insider information you MUST HAVE IF you are an author/writer of a book who wants to get on the Best Sellers List!
IF you had the opportunity to sit down with an Icon of Industry who has successfully launched 85 consecutive books onto national best sellers lists and has over 1,000 Amazon titles, would you?
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This special Transformed Traveler show features Don Mankin, PhD (a.k.a. the "Adventure Geezer")
Click on "blog" on home page for "The Adventure Geezer" blog
Don was the First place winner for print and/or internet from 2011 to 2014 for 50+ Travel
(North American Travel Journalists Association)
He is the Co-author of Riding the Hulahula to the Arctic Ocean:
A Guide to 50 Extraordinary Adventures for the Seasoned Traveler.
(National Geographic Books, 2008).
" One of the best travel books to cross our desk this
year...A wonderful -- and inspiring -- read" (Wall Street Journal)
Transformed Traveler features Tourism Tim Warren.
Tourism Tim Warren – Social Travel Entrepreneur
Imagine skydiving from 30’000 ft., driving a Lamborghini 200MPH, cage diving with Great White Sharks in South Africa, hanging out with billionaire Richard Branson on his private Caribbean island, swimming alongside whale sharks in Baja, Mx, mountain biking across Mongolia and more… all while getting paid to do it. This is a small sample of ‘”Tourism Tim’s” life as a season traveler and respected business and marketing consultant to the global Outdoor Tourism industry.
Since 1994, Tourism Tim’s mission has been to guide, inspire and connect tourism professionals to realize their dreams.
Tim is an author, speaker and founding Board member of the World Independent Tourism Business Association, host of Tourism Marketing TV & Travel Business Success Radio and the author of the online training program Tourism Marketing Success. Since 1994, Tourism Tim have helped 1000’s of private and public sector travel, tourism and hospitality professionals’ worldwide increase sales, profits and arrivals as an author, speaker, trainer, consultant, and coach.
Tim live in Sonoma County Wine Country in Northern CA and combines his love for business, marketing, travel, adventure and “giving-back” into a rewarding tourism career.
This show is sponsored by Gracefully-yours.com, home of America's favorite inspirational greeting cards ahd travel journals.
Transformed Traveler presents Diana von Glahn Producer, Writer, Host, and Editor of The Faithful Traveler.
Learn about the church that exhibits the chains from St. Peter, the Holy Land sites, sounds, smells and people that have touched....the Faithful Traveler.
Contact Diana about her future guided trips at...
Transformed Traveler features Gigi Ragland discussing sensory travel.
This show is presented by www.gracefully-yours.com, America's favorite inspirational greeting cards.
Transformed Traveler features Loredana from Walks of Italy. Live from Rome, Italy, Loredana takes us on a personal tour and also discusses their company's expansion into Walks of Turkey and Walks of New York.
This show is sponsored by gracefully-yours.com, home of the very best travel journals.
Transformed Traveler welcomes Sarah Fazendin of Rothchild Safaris. Sarah shares her sensory travel experiences. Follow her travel blog at www.AFamilyTravelBlog.com.
1. Who was the most memorable person you met on your adventures in the last year? (kids on a playground in the middle of nowhere Nicaragua)
2. What was the most fragrant place you visited? (chocolate tour in Costa Rica)
3. What was the singular best travel photo of 2015? (I love this one of my kids peering into a volcano in Nicaragua, but my Instagram account is full of fun travel shots from the past year)
4. What was the most memorable meal? (fish tacos on the beach)
5. What place had the most intriguing sounds? (Howler Monkeys in the jungle!)
Transformed Traveler features Jake Haupert, one of our favorite travel pioneers in transformative travel.
Evergreen launched a very innovative transformed traveler program with Muddy Shoe Adventures (and Michael Bennett) meant to give FIT travelers the opportunity to take advantage of some coaching pre/post adventure, but also given a journal with questions, quotes etc., meant to guide them through the process of mindful and intentional travel.
Hear Jake discuss his sensory travels from Zimbabwe, Canada, Iceland and others transformative points.
This show is sponsored by www.gracefully-yours.com, America's favorite site for inspirational greeting cards, fine art and travel journals.
Writing for the New York Times, Eduardo Porter claims that America’s Best Days May Be Behind It. Citing Robert J. Gordon, author of The Rise and Fall of American Growth, Porter makes the following claims:
Innovation will trundle along at the same pace of the last 40 years, Professor Gordon predicts. Despite the burst of progress of the Internet era, total factor productivity — which captures innovation’s contribution to growth — rose over that period at about one-third the pace of the previous five decades.
That’s hardly the worst part of the story. The labor force will continue to decline, as aging baby boomers leave the work force and women’s labor supply plateaus. And gains in education, an important driver of productivity that expanded sharply in the 20th century, will contribute little.
Moreover, the growing concentration of income means that whatever the growth rate, most of the population will barely share in its fruits. Altogether, Professor Gordon argues, the disposable income of the bottom 99 percent of the population, which has expanded about 2 percent per year since the late 19th century, will expand over the next few decades at a rate little above zero.
In short, wethe argument goes, we are seeing the rise of the first generation in US history who will not be better off than their parents.
Is decline inevitable? Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon argue that is is not. Moreover, they make that we are on the brink of unprecedented economic growth.
Are the best days behind us or right in front of us? Tune in and explore.
Transformed Traveler features How to Cultivate the Art of Serendipity. Credit author Pagan Kennedy for their brilliant observation on Transformed Traveler's intentional spontaniety.
This show is sponsored by www.gracefully-yours.com, America's favorite shopping site for graceful products.
Learn about Dr. Michael Bennett's theory and practice of transformed traveling today.
1. If you could eat a meal from anywhere in the world, what is on your plate tonight?
2. What is the most memorable aromatic place you have visited?
3. Who is the most unique person who have met on your adventures in the last two years?
4. What was your favorite travel photo from your last transformative adventure?
5. Recall your favorite sounds from travels in 2015.
Hear about Muddy Shoe Adventures trips in 2016 and how you will be changed forever.
This show is presented by www.gracefully-yours.com, home of America's favorite travel journals.
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon discuss a recent article in the Atlantic claiming that 2015 was The Best Year in History for the Average Human Being.
A few highlights:
In the US, 600,000 fewer than violent crimes in 2014 in 1995—that’s a 35 percent decline over the period
6.7 million fewer kids under the age of five are dying each year compared to 1990
The number of kids not in school has fallen from 100 million in 2000 to a projected 57 million in 2015.
The World Bank declared in September that, for the first time ever, less than 10 percent of the global population lived in extreme poverty, on less than $1.90 per day.
What Does it All Mean?
Why doesn’t it feel like the best time to be alive?
Why is everyone so upset all the time?
What is the likelihood that these trends will continue / accelerate?
Phil and Stephen provide a list of 25 more things that it is the best time ever to to do.
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