Meghan and I traveled together excessively for one year, and worked together to help entrepreneurs to grow their businesses in the Middle East and North Africa. She is now a Portfolio Strategist at Unicef and continues to discover and fund entrepreneurs in the emerging markets who aim to solve significant problems in their societies.
Although Meg’s background is quite fascinating, main topic of this podcast is not business. She traveled to 70 countries in around 10 years period, always being on the road (or on the planes rather), and living out of her suitcase. And as you can imagine, roaming in 70 countries comes with its great and inspiring stories. In this episode, Meghan talks about how active traveling changed her perspectives and impacted her life. She also shared some of the extremely hilarious situations that happened to her during her nomad life.
Tbh, I cannot remember when I laughed that much during my interviews last time. So tune in to hear about what does it mean to be traveled to 35% of the whole world, and how it can impact your life 🙂
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Agahuseyn (a.k.a AG) is a tech nomad living and working in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia, where he travels across 10+ countries ongoing basis to work with local entrepreneurs. In this episode he shared his experience about these two regions and how does living there feel like. AG also specifically mentioned night life and how it can be a good indicator of each nation’s mentality, and softly touched based upon the weird experiences he had – such as extremely weird taxi system of Moldova, and drunk and high Russian gangster coming after him on his birthday.
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This episode of MindForce Podcast covers how complex and sophisticated systems cooperate together, and how you can implement this knowledge to be in a peace with your body and mind.
In this episode, we are talking about tech nomad lifestyle, how it changes one’s perception and what kind of value it brings to a person’s life. My guest – Omar Barakat is a true tech nomad and traveled to 19 countries in 2018. We discussed very interesting topics in this one – travel, the Middle East and North Africa, business, entrepreneurship, fun stories and many more.
In this episode of the MindForce Podcast, together with Elmar Abbasov, we talked about technology, artificial intelligence, robotics, and shared a couple of words about Estonia and government’s push for technology there.
Elmar is a robotics engineer based in Estonia, and has an extensive experience with electronic and robotics engineering, and working at one of the leading robotics companies of Estonia that delivers a wide range of autonomous robots and vehicles to corporate, governments, military and public sphere.
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