Jason Moore fits the definition of “travel influencer” to a tee. The founder, travel ambassador, and host of the Zero To Travel Podcast has spent more than a decade traversing the United States and working on jobs that are travel-related. His podcast has become massively popular that it has been downloaded more than 4.5 million times in 195 countries around the world. The podcast has also garnered a staggering 300+ five star reviews on iTunes. Jason also started the online community Location Indie with his business partner Travis Sherry to help people around the world build a lifestyle that’s location-independent.
Zero To Travel is a multi-media travel publishing company that creates best-selling audio courses, educational products, and books. Zero To Travel published the amazing travel book “International House Sitting: How to Travel the World and Stay Anywhere for FREE.” The book is the definitive guide on the exciting world of house sitting written by two professional house sitters and authors Nat Smith and Jodie Burnham. Jason also published a book under Zero To Travel called “Breaking Into Event Marketing: Travel the Road Like a Rockstar. The book is packed with hardcore information on how to break into event marketing.
Zero To Travel also runs an online community called Location Indie designed to help people travel the world within their means regardless of their experience or situation. As co-founder of Location Indie, Jason’s primary aim is to build a global community of location independent entrepreneurs and heart-centered digital nomads so they can help one another excel in two fields they are passionate about—travel and business. While originally from the United States, Jason now lives with his wife and children in Oslo, Norway.
This week’s episode talks about how to have a good conversation with fellow travelers, how to really engage with people and form real connections, and why it pays to go on a trip by yourself when you’re practicing how to effectively connect with people.
Jason also shares what he would tell people who would like to travel more often, what to him are the best ways to connect with people, and what he thinks one of the most important habits people can develop is.
On connecting with fellow travelers, Jason has this to say, “I think it’s just about asking questions, being genuinely curious, and listening. Those are really the 3 basic things.”