This episode explores travel and I’ll take partial credit or blame upfront, as it may want you to quit your job and drive to the airport with a backpack. I have interviewed some fascinating people from all over the world and in the next hour we will be touring the world with them. We’ll also explore specific tips and strategies from our conversations related to how they think about travel, how they travel personally, and the role travel can play in your life. This includes conversations with: Vagabonding author Rolf Potts about seeing the world now rather than waiting until a vague “later” that may never happen. My friend Kevin Rose talked about hiding tattoos in foreign lands and getting by without knowing the local language. Phil Keoghan of The Amazing Race talks about a life-changing epiphany gained while diving a shipwreck. Wired co-founder Kevin Kelly talks about favorite travel tools and gadgets on our journey through the mountains of Uzbekistan. This episode is powered by LinkedIn and its job recruiting platform, which offers a smarter system for the hiring process. If you’ve ever hired someone (or tried to), you know that finding the right people can be difficult. If you don’t have a direct referral from someone you trust, you’re left to use job boards that offer no real-world networking approach. LinkedIn, as the world’s largest professional network, used by over 70% of the U.S. workforce, has an integrated ecosystem that allows you to not only search for employees, but also interact with them, their connections and their former employers. work and colleagues in a way that faithfully reproduces communication in real life. Visit LinkedIn.com/Tim and get a $ 50 credit for your first job posting! This episode is also offered by Ray Dalio’s book, Principles. If you listen to this podcast often, you may recall that Ray was a guest on the show and his episode was extremely popular (hear it here). Ray’s story is a fascinating one – he started his investment firm Bridgewater Associates from a two-bedroom apartment at the age of 26. It now has approximately $ 160 billion in assets under management. In 42 years, he has transformed Bridgewater into what Fortune considers the fifth largest privately held company in the United States. Along the way, Ray took a lot of notes on what worked and what didn’t. These have been adapted over time for training purposes within his company, and then further refined for the world at large as Principles. In these pages, Ray shares the principles he has developed over the past 40 years to create unique outcomes in life, business and investment, which any person or organization can adopt to help achieve their goals and make decisions with clear thinking and purpose. Visit Principles.com for more details and to grab a copy for your shelf! JOIN: About Tim Ferriss: Tim Ferriss is one of Fast Company’s “most innovative business people” and an early stage technology investor / consultant at Uber, Facebook, Twitter, Shopify, Duolingo, Alibaba and over 50 other companies. He is also the author of five # 1 bestsellers. 1 of the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal: The 4-Hour Workweek, The 4-Hour Body, The 4-Hour Chef, Tools of Titans and Tribe of Mentors. The Observer and other media have called him “the Oprah of audio” due to the influence of his podcast, The Tim Ferriss Show, which surpassed 200 million downloads and was selected as “Best of iTunes” for three consecutive years. Connect with Tim Ferriss: visit Tim Ferriss’s PODCAST: visit Tim Ferriss’s BLOG: like Tim Ferriss on FACEBOOK: follow Tim Ferriss on TWITTER: follow Tim Ferriss on INSTAGRAM:.