Buy The Paradise Pack: Support Travel Access Project Grants

Travis and Jason are GREAT!

So, who’s heard of The Paradise Pack?

Raise your hands…

The short version? It’s a powerhouse deal chock-full of educational materials for people who want to learn to live and work anywhere. Once a year, Travis and Jason put together this mega bundle, and it’s available for seven days, and seven days only.

This year, there are over $8000 USD worth of products available for the ridiculous price of only $497. 93% off. Whoa.

The Paradise Pack does a lot of good

It puts tools in the hands of motivated people that will allow them to change their lives, and the way they work, forever. That’s not a small thing.

It’s not a gimmick either.

I met Travis a few years ago at a retreat at my co-founder’s house. Sean has a knack for bringing amazing people together and creating connections that change the world. I like that about him. Travis showed up. We had a great weekend. Talked. Sat around the campfire. Shared drinks with awesome mountain views. Took a hike. Shared what was going on in life and business. Sean and I talked about TAP. Trav talked about Extra Pack of Peanuts, and The Paradise Pack. We became friends.

Fast forward a couple of years. Sean and I have launched the Travel Access Project Grants for Gap Year Travel and we’re talking to Travis about that, he congratulates us on a project milestone and on creating opportunity for more young people to get out there and learn in the real world.

And then… offers to join us…

Last year Travis and Jason donated $12,000 to the Travel Access Project Grant fund to create FOUR new grants for Gap Year travel.

Today, right smack dab in the middle of this year’s Paradise Pack promotion, I’m excited to share with them (for the first time!) and with you, the recipients of those grants!

The Paradise Pack Grants for Gap Year Travel Recipients Are…

Abimbola Adebayo

“Being African and coming from Africa’s most populous country, Nigeria, my focus has been on the need to achieve environment-friendly behavior among the stakeholders in environmental management in developing countries, especially Nigeria. This passion drove me to study Urband and Regional Planning, and environmental management course, in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.

However I crave to completely learn and understand the realities I seek to transform through journey of self discovery and understanding of context, seeing the world through the eyes of others, be subjected to critical reasoning, and generate innovative ways of solving the environmental problems in my country by proffering solutions to the menace of waste in order to achieve a quality and sustainable environment for healthy living.

The journey of a thousand miles, they say, begins with a step.”

Quynh Nguyen Vu Nhu

Quynh is from Vietnamese and is writing in her second language here:

“If I imagine the big picture in ten years and maybe even twenty or thirty years later, the first thing I want to see is a “man’s freedom.” A freedom in my mind, my academic journey, my action or any decision. I know that no only me but also my generation has suffered many hurts from the changes in our life.

This makes me think about a revolution in our thinking and try to do something new. It is undeniable that my expedition to the future is not easy, but I definitely think that it will have full freedom and excitement. Because everything happens in our life which has different reasons and it is not difficulties or misfortunes. It is just a challenge.”

Flavio Noriega

Flavio is Peruvian and writing in his second language:

“I want to acheive all my goals and be happy with them, traveling around the world.; Yes, I am a young adult yet, but I have a lot of aspirations and purposes in my life and maybe now I don’t know which of them. If I have failures in the future, I’m going to celebrate them, because accepting negative emotion, we will be able to open ourselves to enjoy the positive and joy.

According to Albert Einstein, “Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that’s counted truly counts.” And this is the most important thing for me. I want to be able to create meaningful, purposeful, fulfilling life for myself and learn how to use that to make an impact and a difference in the lives of others. That will be success.”

Zoe Latimer

“I am a hard-working young woman who is passionate about learning. Despite little assistance from DHS, I have gained college credits during high school and am graduating in a few months. I want to gain experience culturally and academically; and studying abroad will be a great way to gain independence.

Buy The Paradise Pack: Provide Grants for Gap Year Travel

Four kids out on their Gap Years because these two guys are the kinds of folks who give back and invest deeply in the travel community. Cool, right?

It gets better.


If you are thinking about lifestyle design, how to travel more, or transition your work to something more location independent, if you are interested in building business online, making money from blogging, learning languages or figuring out what to do with your life, there is something in The Paradise Pack for you.

They’ll be deciding their charities for this year’s donations shortly, and we’re still in the running… even if we aren’t picked this year I have full confidence that the money will go to a good cause. These guys put their money where their mouths are. Join them.

But you have to hurry. Only four days left and The Paradise Pack will be gone!

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