Travel

E99: Creating a Successful eLearning Program with Hector Simoudis

On today’s episode of American gypC Podcast, we’re talking to Hector Simoudis about how to create a successful eLearning Program. Hector is the Co-founder of eLearning Partners, a company specializing in developing eLearning programs and online courses for small to mid-sized organizations. Hector, a well-traveled Greek born and raised in the Middle East, experienced a…

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E89: Affordable Online 1-on-1 Personal Training with Joshua Ford

On today’s episode of American gypC Podcast, we’re chatting with Joshua Ford about his revolutionary online personal training program. Joshua Ford is the CEO & Co-Founder of HipTrain, a VC-backed startup that provides live, 1-on-1 personal training sessions for just $5.99 a 30-min session. As the son of two teachers, he is passionate about creating…

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E87: Owning a Hospitality Business & Living Abroad with Chris Seferyn

On today’s episode of American gypC Podcast, we’re talking to Chris Seferyn about his experience living abroad in Mexico and 20 years of experience in the hospitality business. Chris Grew up in Philly and spent 20 years mostly in the Midwest (Kansas City, MO + New Orleans) building, owning, and managing 16 of his restaurants,…

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E81: Roger Williams on Living Out Your Bucket List with Intention

On today’s episode of American gypC Podcast, we’re talking to Roger Williams about being intentional with crossing off items on your bucket list. Roger Williams is the host of The Crossing It Off podcast which encourages and empowers others to live out their list with intention and encourages them to understand the worth of their…

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E79: Sardines, A Woman Solo Travel App with Odofoley Okunye

On today’s episode of American gypC Podcast, we’re talking to Odofoley Oquaye about world travel and her travel app Sardines. Odofoley is of Ghanaian descent, and currently residing in Raleigh, NC. She has been working in the SaaS industry since 2013 with over 15 years of customer service experience. She is also the designated planner…

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E74: Living in Bali, Entrepreneurship and Ayahuasca vs Ibogaine with Danielle Thompson

In today’s episode of American gypC Podcast, we’re discussing living in Bali, entrepreneurship, and Ayahuasca vs Ibogaine with Danielle Thompson. Danielle has spent the last 10 years traveling, exploring, and starting businesses. She runs a company called Design Match which matches designers with work at tech start-ups. Danielle is currently living in Bali and gives…

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E70: Catching Up with Merc (Travel & Countries with No Restrictions)

On today’s episode of American gypC Podcast we’re catching up with Merc and talking about travel and countries with no travel restrictions. 20 countries have removed travel restrictions to pre-covid status with no testing or vaccination requirements. American gypC Podcast Donate: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/klaccikcarpenta Music: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0m40c7gVhMJQVqrRmtRi3E IG: @americangypcpodcast Tiktok: @americangypc Become a Patron! Also available on

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E46: Defend your Joy and Develop your Character with Emmanuel Enime

On today’s episode of American gypC Podcast we’re talking to Character Coach Emmanuel Noble Enime about defending your joy. Emmanuel provides practical and logical advice to help people keep their emotional systems from wreaking havoc on their logical systems. There are thousands of things that can affect our joy each day. If these joy killers…

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E45: Food and Culture of Vietnam & World Travel with Paul Kennedy

On today’s episode of American gypC Podcast we had the pleasure of talking to Paul Kennedy about world travel and the food & culture of Vietnam. For the past thirty years Paul has been working in the restaurant business, bringing together delicious foods and atmospheres where customers could create their own memories. Growing up in…

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S2 EP 8: Shawn Pigg, CEO of Hotels Etc.

On today’s episode of American gypC Podcast we had the pleasure of talking to Shawn Pigg. Shawn purchased Hotels Etc. in 2006 and revamped the company into a multi-million dollar business. Securing over 2.5 million discounts in 141 countries that are not available to the general public. Hotels Etc. beats public rates 99% of the…

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