Jeff Reynold’s work has been featured in The New York Times, Good Morning America and Fast company among others. He graduated from the winter class in 2013 from Y Combinator, one the world’s most prestigious technology incubators.
Most of all Jeff is a globe trotter and he has been all over the world and he has done it for cheap through travel hacking. He is a genius when it comes to traveling on a budget. He writes amazing content for us to help make your dreams of travel a reality.
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Time stamped notes from this episode!
- 01:05: Jeff Introduction: Background information.
- 02:04: Travel addict.
- 02:15: When did that craze, the inner love for travel, start?
- 04:45 What is it you like about the dirt bag life?
- 05:50: What is it you love about traveling?
- 07:05 What do you take away from being submersed in new cultures?
- 08:49: How do you go about submersing yourself in a new culture upon arrival?
- 14:07: Money, in foreign countries. Exchanging currencies.
- 17:17: Pro tip!
- 18:36: With a family of four, how many trips do you take a year? and what is the average cost per trip?
- 20:19: What is travel hacking?
- 26:11 The fastest way to earn travel points!
- 26:40: What is your favorite travel points credit card?
- 30:17: Aside from credit cards; Other great ways to save money while traveling.
- 34:11: Are people who can work remotely at an advantage?
- 36:15: Finding places to stay.
41:18: “travel cheap, travel often.”
- 45:38: Choosing locations to fit your budget.
- 47:34: Building a buffer.
- 53:07: Budget it into your life: Travel is a mindset.
- 53:50: Working on the road.
- 1:00:01 Closing statement.
If you are serious about wanting to start travel hacking. Check out these post by Jeff!
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