Ep. 64 Visiting Every Country Before 30 | Ft. Daniel Herszberg
Today on episode 64 we will be speaking to world traveler, Daniel Herszberg
Ever think you were born for something? Some things come natural to us. Some things we have forever been obsessed over.
I think our guest was born for travel. He explains how as a kid he would stare at maps for hours and read guide books for fun. Makes sense why he has nearly visited every country in the world.
Having a global view at life is something I wish for everyone. It is beyond humbling. Every trip reminds you of how small we really are on this planet. Daniel said it best; “I think the most rewarding aspect is you are still constantly meeting people in cultures that are different to anything in your world, it changes your world view . At the same time it reminds you that you really don’t know anything, you really haven’t experienced anything.”
Join us this week as Daniel opens our eyes to the simplicity of seeing the world. His journey is a big feat, but in some crazy way he makes it sound so attainable. And no, he is not a full time traveler folks, he is actually a lawyer. So imagine having that full time well paying job and still making it a mission to travel? If you want it, you can have it. It doesn’t have to sound far-fetch if you don’t want it to.
Daniel Herszberg is a 26 years old world traveler originally from Australia but currently resides in Hong Kong. His biggest achievement is visiting more than 150 countries in the last few years.
Online, Daniel shares his quest to visit every country in the world – currently trying to become the youngest Australian to achieve this feat and join the ranks of the handful of people around the globe who have managed to achieve this under the age of 30.
TOPICS DISCUSSED ON THIS PODCAST:
The reward of travel- Some people do things for the reward of being able to say they did it, but Daniel is different. Visiting every country in the world is something to boast about but it’s not what fuels him. He gains so much more by providing himself these experiences and shares with us what and why.
What’s next after visiting every country in the world? As a born traveler, it clearly doesn’t end there for Daniel. He has a list of plans to check off soon after.
Thoughts on visiting “dangerous” countries. Daniel shares his experiences in countries that are commonly feared in hopes to broaden your perspective on the world.
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CHALLENGE: “On your next vacation, weekend off, break. Think of something you have little interest to see. A place you hesitate to visit. Ask yourself why? What is the reason that stops you? If it’s not a good enough excuse then Just Go!”