How to Travel 60-90 Days a Year - Even If You Work 9-5
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How to Travel 60-90 Days a Year - Even If You Work 9-5

Step-by-Step Guidelines From a Guy Who Has Traveled to Almost 100 Different Countries
3.7 (13 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
2,146 students enrolled
Created by Mario Scian
Last updated 3/2016
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  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 2 Supplemental Resources
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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • TV quality and professionally shot videos
  • Unlimited access to bonus material
  • Unlock 60-90 days a year (or more!) to travel
  • 5 simple but powerful tactics pros use to have 5X more time to travel
  • 3 ways to make the most out of each day you're on the road
  • Learn which exact days and times you should book your flights
  • Get your boss and team's buy-in and encouragement for your trips
  • Identify which type of jobs and careers offer the biggest travel opportunities
  • 2 ways you've to increase your travel budget
  • 3 ways to make more money and, thus, travel more
  • Save up to 100% on flights and accommodation
  • Learn how to negotiate radically cheaper prices for tourist agencies
  • 5 ways pros on a budget save money on the road
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  • You'll really need an open mind - this is not a cliche, the course will really make you rethink time and money in a big way

In this course you'll learn the exact, step-by-step framework I used to travel to around 100 different countries - all while I had normal jobs, working for normal companies.

It’s a whole new world. In 2016, you can constantly travel to places such as the Maldives, Japan or Brazil and do so still working 9-5.

You can travel 60-90 days a year, every year, without quitting your job and without putting your career at risk.

You don’t need to need to be rich. You don’t need to be a blogger. You don’t even need to be a digital nomad.

Combining timeless principles and new technologies, you too can travel 60-90 days a year, without quitting your office job.

Join me for this course, and you’ll learn a straight-forward system on:

- How to Travel More and Travel Longer. Backpack Europe, safari across Africa or visit Machu Picchu.
- How to Travel Cheaper. Travel for under $50 a day, without compromising on the experience.
- How to Travel With Zero Career Risk. You won’t need to quit your job.

I repeat: you won’t need to quit your job.

Don’t mind the nay-sayers. Just five years ago, I had nothing going for me - I was broke, unemployed and stuck in far-away Argentina. I mentioned I wanted to travel to 100 countries and everyone laughed.

But nobody is laughing now. I’ve made it to 97 countries so far and worked for major international companies such as Carlsberg (beer) and Maersk (shipping) for most of the time.

I’ve found the holy grail of more travel and more successful career. In this course I want to share it with you.

So... Are you ready? I look forward to see you inside!

Who is the target audience?
  • You want to travel 60-90 days a year without putting your career and job at risk
  • You're working at a ‘normal’ 9-5 job or similar
  • You’re in your mid 20s to mid 30s, and ideally have no kids
  • You’ve traveling as a high priority
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Curriculum For This Course
30 Lectures
4 Lectures 14:33

The Intro. How you'll be able to travel 60-90 days a year, and thrive at your career at the same time.

Preview 02:33

How + Why I, as an instructor, can help you travel more - in a way that no other instructor can.

Preview 06:20

People say that you just can't have enough time and money (at the same time!) to travel 60-90 days a year. In this video, I debunk this myth completely.

Preview 03:11

The specifics on the two main sections of the course and how each one is outlined.

The Course Outline
Part 1: How to Get More Time
1 Lecture 02:02

In this section, I’ll be focusing on how you can have more time. You’ll see, there are just two ways to have more time to travel:

1) You can ‘activate’ more days to travel.
2) You can increase the return on investment (ROI) on the days you travel

If it sounds complicated, bear with me - once I explain it, it will be very clear.

In the first few videos, you’ll see how you can ‘activate' more days. Specifically, you’ll learn to turn as many days in your calendar as possible from “no travel possible" to “yes travel possible”.

In the latter videos, you’ll learn how to make the most of each day you’re traveling.

Part 1.1: How to Get More Days to Travel
8 Lectures 37:00

The Travel-Possible Days are the days when you can travel. Obviously, the more Travel-Possible Days you’ve activated, the more you’ll be able to roam around the world.

The 'Travel Possible' Days

I define Travel-Possible Days as all those days when you’re not working physically at the office. Everything else, all the other days, are Travel-Possible Days. This is a big deal, as it includes:

- The 3–6 weeks yearly holidays
- The 10 or so calendar holidays a year
- All weekends
- All days when you’re working remotely

If you add up, these count as at least 20 + 10 + 100 = 130 Travel-Possible Days a year, even if you never work remotely. That’s a hell more than just 3–6 weeks.

How to Get More Days to Travel

You should always include weekends in your itineraries. Don’t travel out Mondays. If you’re flying off, do it on Saturday, or, better, on Friday night (as we’ll see soon). In the same way, don’t fly back on Friday or Saturday — fly to arrive late on Sunday or on Monday morning. This simple trick expands your holidays big time.

Preview 03:22

By aggressively spreading your holidays out, you can 'activate' as much as DOUBLE the travel days you would have if you take two weeks off straight. While you don't need to be as aggressive, it will give you a new perspective.

Preview 06:29

You don’t necessarily need to be at the office to work. If you’re not physically at the office, you’ve a potential Travel-Possible Day. Especially in advanced countries, it’s common for employees to have the chance to “work from home”.

Take this opportunity wholeheartedly. But, instead of working from home, work from abroad. After all, if you’re not at the office, why would your boss care if you’re working from your house, or from Montenegro, Rome, or Dubai?

More Days to Travel - Working Remotely

There are jobs with a lot of traveling involved. If you’re a trader, a consultant or work at a head office you could expect to travel intensively. If you want to ramp up your milage, you might want to get one of those jobs.

More Days to Travel - Traveling For Work

Don’t settle for a two week holiday. You can be bold and get more days off from your company. You can do this in three different ways.

More Days to Travel - Negotiating More Holidays

Why would your managers let you take a day off every few weeks, let you work remotely and give you more holidays? In this video, you'll learn how to get your manager and team's buy-in and support.

How To Get Extra Benefits At Work
Part 1.2: How to Get Make The Most Of Each Travel Day
5 Lectures 14:09

Once you’ve activated more days to travel, you need to make sure you get as much experience and value as possible out of them. Depending on how you travel, two full travel days to you might be less valuable than one full day for a hardcore traveler. You get more value out of your travel days in two ways: traveling smartly and traveling intensively.

How to Make The Most of Your Travel Days

The biggest ‘time sink’ in traveling is transportation — including flights, train and bus rides, driving, commuting, etc. Thus, the best way to go increase your travel ROI is to either transport yourself less or transport yourself at better times.

Making The Most - Travel Smart

Pros never check in luggage. Traveling with a cabin bag only will save you time, make your trip more flexible and also save you money. The benefits are worth it!

Making The Most - Travel Minimalistic

You can also increase your travel day ROI by traveling more intensively. If you’re serious about traveling, ramp it up — take it as a challenge, as a job.

Making The Most - Travel Intensively

Fact-Check and summary of what you'll been learning in this first major section.


Review - How to Have More Time To Travel
5 questions
Part 2: How to Get More Money
1 Lecture 01:20

Time is one half of the puzzle. The other half is money. After all, if you don’t have money to travel, what’s the point of activating all those travel days?

Thus, the purpose of this part of the course is to give you perspective on how you could have more money to travel. This, I’ll do by giving you the tools to

a) expanding your travel budget, and
b) increasing the ROI of your travel budget.

Part 2.1: How to Expand Your Travel Budget
3 Lectures 14:05

I call the travel budget to a pre-set slice of your net income that you exclusively use for travel related expenses: flights, accommodation, excursions, gear, etc. The bigger this budget, the more money you’ll have to travel.

There two ways to expand this travel budget.

Your Travel Budget

There’s no better way to increase your travel budget than to make more money. “Don’t focus on saving pennies. To be a pro, work relentlessly to make more money”, or so people say. There are three main ways to increase your income.

Expand Your Travel Budget - Increase Net Income

You can assign 0%, 5%, 10%, or, if you’re intrepid like me, 20 to 30% of your net income for traveling. The bigger the slice, the more money you’ll have to travel. However, unlike the case above, now the extra money will come at the expense of something else. Just as with time, you’ll have a trade-off.

Expand Your Travel Budget - Increase The Travel Slice
Part 2.2: How to Make The Most of Your Travel Budget
6 Lectures 28:12

If you increase your travel budget, you’ll have more money to spend and more money to travel. But expanding the piggy-bank is not the only way to travel more. You can also have more money to travel by spending what you have better and smarter, thus increasing the ROI of your travel budget.

Preview 01:46

Even in the low-fare times we live in, the tickets still sum up to a lot of money. While short haul routes are incredibly cheap, long-haul flights still cost a bunch. There are three ways to minimize how much you spend on flights.

Making The Most - Saving on Flights

Accommodation is, after flights, the biggest expense for the usual traveler. It’s usually expensive in developed countries and more accessible in the rest. Where to stay can range from hotels, to hostels, to camping sites, or to Airbnb or Couchsurfing. In all cases, I suggest you look for two critical things in any of your bookings.

Making The Most - Saving on Accommodation

3-Day, 5-Day, 10-Day or longer excursions are expensive, but they’re also easy to negotiate. Even if the agency’s website says “1000 Dollars, fixed — book online”, you’ll be surprised by how often they cave in if you know how to negotiate.

Making The Most - Saving on Excursions

Flights, accommodation and excursions are normally the biggest expenses. If you nail those, you’ll dramatically increase your travel ROI. If you’re still very tight in money, you could look into some more ways of saving while on the road.

Making The Most - 5 More Ways to Save on the Road

Fact-Check and summary of what you'll been learning in this second major section.


Review - How to Have More Money To Travel
4 questions
2 Lectures 03:37

I’ve been to 90+ countries using this exact framework. There’s really no hidden secrets — this is just a game of thinking about time and money in a creative and analytical way.

Wrapping Up

A nice thank you note, and the next steps you can do so we can stay in touch!

Bonus Lecture: Travel Resources & Thank You For Taking This Course
2 pages
About the Instructor
Mario Scian
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Traveled 100+ Countries. Author & Business Developer.

Mario Scian is a business developer, strategist and adventurer. He currently works at Carlsberg's HQ in Denmark and runs an e-learning startup. He also writes books and has traveled to around 100 different countries.

There are three broad areas Mario teaches and focuses on:

1) Business Development & Strategy

Mario is all about identifying, developing and executing business opportunities. He has been working as a business developer both for major corporations and for startups.

2) High Performance & Productivity

Mario is constantly investigating, learning, and applying new routines and other productivity tools in his day to day. He aims to get more done and do so working less hours.

3) Career Development & Lifestyle Design

Mario is a living proof that you can have a high-flying international career and live a life of adventure at the same time. He has a corporate day job but still travels to 20+ countries every year.