Introducing Gringo Lingo, a Podcast For Travel Junkies and Digital Expats

¿Qué Onda, Güey?

I’m coming to you live today from Mazatlan, Mexico – home of the hospitable Sinoala Cartel and the big homie, El Chapo.

Well, not any longer. But you catch my drift.

Anyway, I’ve got a little bit of news for y’all today…

I’ve been posting podcasts every now and then for the last month or so. But it’s time I do things up right.

I think I’m gonna make an honest woman out of her. If ya know what I mean.

So today, I’m hyped to officially introduce The Gringo Lingo Podcast!

It’s been long overdue, but you’ll be hearing about this bad boy a lot in the coming months and years – literally.

My sweet voice flowing from those headphones straight into ya cranium, son.

Now, excuse the enthusiasm, but I’m pretty excited about this project.

And I hope you guys will get some great value from the information I’ll be dropping each and every week.


P.S: We made it! Ya boy is on iTunes. Subscribe to The Gringo Lingo Podcast by clicking here.

Introducing Gringo Lingo

So, what can you expect from The Gringo Lingo Podcast? Well, I’ll be covering topics like:

  • Travel and Culture
  • Language Learning
  • Making Money from a Screen
  • …And everything in-between!

Gringo Lingo is a podcast for travel junkies and digital expats. Traveling to places others won’t. Raw cultural commentary. Learning new languages. Building scalable businesses.

True adventure and unbridled freedom.

 

If that’s the type of info you’re into, then stick around. The Gringo Lingo Podcast is for you.

If not, no worries. Do what you do. Just be yourself.

Mainly, we’ll be discussing lifestyle design on steroids. The content will be unfiltered and typically, unedited.

Excuse my French, but I ain’t sugarcoating shit on my podcast.

There’s no writing for search engines here. No political correctness. Just detailed cultural insights, observations, and idea about combining online business with a life of travel.

What Can You Expect From The Gringo Lingo Podcast?

Now, I know y’all want a little more info.

Just give me dem’ details, bruh. You might be thinking…

Jake, everybody and they mamas have a podcast these days. Why on earth would we listen to your candy ass, mate?

Well, I’m not going to sell you too hard.

It’s all you. Just do what it do, baby. Give it a listen and see what you think.

The audience for this is pretty targeted. The Gringo Lingo Podcast isn’t for everyone.

Over the next few months, I’ll be talking about topics like:

  • How to Create a Freelance Writing Business From Scratch
  • How to Speak Latina: A Gringo’s Guide
  • A Beginner’s Guide to Growing Your Site with Organic Traffic
  • A Gringo’s Guide to Hilarious Slang Words in Spanish
  • Can a City Get “Played Out” Over Time?
  • Do You Need to Speak Spanish in Colombia?
  • First Impressions of Mazatlan, Mexico
  • How Long Does It Take to Learn Spanish
  • Do You Need to Speak Spanish in the Dominican Republic?

And a whole lot of other stuff digital expats and travel junkies will enjoy, especially if you’re interested in Latin America.

The goal is to tell more stories, entertain, and ultimately, add value through education on a few niche topics that don’t get a ton of love online.

Plus, they’ll be interviews with online personalities and others, including a few of my buddies that don’t hang around these parts too often.

Gringo Lingo: For the Broskis

So, that’s about it, y’all.

The Gringo Lingo Podcast is for the broskis.

If you’re looking to make money online, travel the world, and gain a little cultural understanding…

Pues, Vamos!

All smiles at Teotihuacan.

P.S: Listen to Gringo Lingo here:

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Jake D

Travel junkie turned blogger. Location independent. From the Midwest, but often based in Latin America. Big on beaches, rumba, and rum. Addicted to the gym. Committed to showing a different style of travel - one that involves actually interacting with locals and exploring different cultures.

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