Behind the Brilliance 083: Colin Wright Reloaded

THE SHOW

Season 5 is here! If the emails, tweets, and messages are any indication, you missed me as much as I missed you. I’m super excited to bring you an awesome season 5 with more interviews, more solo episodes, and more surprises.

I intro this episode with a recap of my hiatus and some housekeeping plus stories about European travel, theft, and bed times.

This week’s guest is the international man of mystery, Colin Wright. If you’ve been around since the beginning, you probably remember that Colin Wright was the first ever guest on the show – he was literally episode 001. On this Colin Reloaded episode, we chat about what he’s been up to since he was last on the show and get into other topics like travel, relationships, earning money as a creative, and much more.

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THE GUEST

COLIN WRIGHT is an author, entrepreneur, and full-time traveler. He moves to a new country every four months based on the votes of his readers, and is the co-founder of Asymmetrical Press.

Colin has been featured through his work and interviews on hundreds of TV stations, newspapers, magazines, blogs, and podcasts, worldwide.

 

TOPICS COVERED (partial list)

Travel (how and why Colin travels full time)
Non-standard careers (how Colin makes money + why creatives should think critically about income streams)
Choosing what to do next in your life/career
Relationships (important considerations)
How Colin’s personal brand has evolved (and lessons you can learn from his experience)
Acem meditation
Our new project, GoBag

TWEETABLE QUOTES (click to tweet!)

“Plant gifts for future self.” -@colinismyname

When you wake up, do you think “I get to do this” or “I have to do this”? -@colinismyname

STUFF MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE (clickable links below)

Colin Wright
Colin on Twitter
Google Translate
‘Principles’ by Ray Dalio
‘Come Back Frayed’ by Colin Wright
‘Some Thoughts About Relationships’ by Colin Wright
‘Self-Reliance’ by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Colin Butt Naked with a laptop
Acem meditation
‘Modern Romance’ by Aziz Ansari
‘How Music Got Free’ by Stephen Witt
‘The Next 100 Years’ by George Friedman