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FLY BROTHER Talks with Traveling Talent Manager Michael Carter

On this episode, I talk with Michael Carter, talent manager, entertainer, entrepreneur, retired soldier, and native of Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Michael completed 22 years of military service and traveled to 45 states and 14 countries around the world. During his time in the military, Michael performed as part of the traveling US Army Soldier Show and, after retiring, appeared in the award-winning short film Some Fun Tonight and started his own talent agency, Carterboyz Entertainment. We talk about music, discipline, grandmas who don’t play, leaving home for the first time, military service as a way to see the world, breaking outside of the box, living abroad, and a whole lot more. Tune in and get lifted!
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​​FLY BROTHER Talks with Travelanthropist Tracey Friley

On this episode, I talk with Tracey Friley, travelpreneur, travelanthropist, and founder of the award-winning Passport Party Project, which helps teenage girls in the United States secure their first passports and travel abroad. Tracey also runs her own curated travel service, Tracey Friley Travel, taking women and girls to France and on upscale glamping adventures. Tracey has been honored by National Geographic, the United States Bureau of Consular Affairs, American Express, Black Enterprise, and she has spoken about travel and travelanthropy in the US and abroad. We’ll talk all about travel, France, responsibility, purpose, France, and a whole lot more. Tune in and get lifted!
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FLY BROTHER Talks with Poet and International Renaissance Man Charles Snyder

On this episode, I talk with Charles Snyder, native Californian, poet, playwright, actor, educator, and all around Renaissance Man now living in Spain. Charles’s poetry has been published in Abernathy Magazine and A Gypsy’s Journal, and just this month, his essay Negotiating Worlds Black and White, a piece on being bi-racial in America will be published in the 2Leaf Press collection, Beiging of America. We’ll talk all about life in Spain, straddling the color line in America and abroad, writing, self-love, breathing, bodies, and a whole lot more. Tune in and get lifted!
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FLY BROTHER Talks with Sophie Ibbotson of Maximum Exposure and Bradt Guides

On this episode, I talk with Sophie Ibbotson, British entrepreneur, traveler, writer, and lover of wild places. Sophie runs her own consultancy business, Maximum Exposure Ltd, is the author of five Bradt Travel Guides, and has worked in dozens of countries, from Afghanistan to Sudan. We’ll talk all about languages, guidebook writing, and travel to some of the world’s least-likely tourism destinations. Tune in and get lifted

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FLY BROTHER Talks with Kimberly Ramsawak of Professional Jetsetter

On this episode, I talk with Kimberly Ramsawak, travel career strategist and founder of Professional Jetsetter, which coaches ambitious professional women on how to land their travel dream jobs, balancing travel with a personal and professional life. We’ll talk all about corporate travel jobs, the importance of women’s spaces in the travel industry, shopping, and how you can truly have it all. Tune in and get lifted!