I’m traveling the world, aiming to empower young people to achieve their goals, for example:
– Finding their dream job – be it in the corporate world, or starting their own business
– Traveling the world without “giving up” their career
– Building a world-class international network of allies and mentors
On the way, and for the fun of it, I want to become the first Argentinean to visit every country in the world.
Where I’ve Been So Far
Why The World Tour?
Today’s world is kind-of a paradox. On the one hand, there’s never been such a high unemployment among young people. It’s a worldwide problem, but is especially bad in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East – in some places, over 50% of the young people are out of a “real” job, even those with a few university degrees under their belt. On the other hand, it’s never been as easy for the most ambitious to rise up. The startup revolution and accessibility to information and networks give people a lever previous generations would’ve dreamed to have.
I hope to help inspire people to use this lever. If they’re out of the job market, I will help them get into the job market. If they’re in the job market already, I’ll help them get the best job they can. If they already have that job, I’ll help them start to enjoy the world as well and travel on the side.
All in all, I want to help young people become high performers and live a life up to their goals. In all my presentations and meetings I use the frameworks and systems I developed in my books and online courses.
Vietnam: Halong Bay, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Ko Chi
Antigua & Barbuda: Darkwood Beach, St. John’s
Argentina: Aldea Brasilera, Alta Gracia, Bariloche, Buenos Aires, Cafayate, Carilo, Cordoba, El Calafate, El Chalten, Humauaca, Jujuy, La Plata, La Quiaca, Las Leñas, Malargue, Mar del Plata, Mendoza, Parana, Pinamar, Puerto Iguazu, Puerto Madryn, Punta Tombo, Purmamarca, Rosario, Salta, San Martin de los Andes, Salto, Santa Fe, Santiago del Estero, Tandil, Tilcara, Villa Carlos Paz, Villa General Belgrano, Zarate
Barbados: Bridgetown, Oitins
Bahamas: Half Moon Cay
Belize: Belize City, Caye Caulker
Bermuda (UK): Hamilton, St. George
Bolivia: Copacabana, Coroico, La Paz, Potosi, Tupiza, Uyuni, Villazon
Brazil: Angra dos Reis, Arraial d’ Ajuda, Belo Horizonte, Buzios, Foz de Iguassu, Ilha Grande, Morro do Sao Paulo, Ouro Preto, Porto Seguro, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Trancoso
Cayman Islands (UK): George Town
Chile: Arica, Iquique, Santiago, Valle Nevado
Costa Rica: Manuel Antonio, Quepos
Dominican Republic: Caucedo, Santo Domingo
El Salvador: Boqueron, San Salvador
Grenada: St Georges
Guatemala: Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala
Jamaica: Dunn River Falls, Falmouth
Mexico: Cancun, Chichen Itza, Cozumel, Playa de Carmen, Tulum
Netherlands Caribbean: Aruba, Bonaire, St Maarten
Nicaragua: Granada, Isletas del Lago Nicaragua, Masaya
United States: Albany, Baltimore, Bayonne, Boston, Carmel, Chicago, Grand Canyon, El Centro, Everglades, Ft Lauderdale, Honolulu + Oahu Island, Key West, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Milwaukee, Minot, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland (OR), San Diego, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Seattle, Vail, Washington DC, Whitefish, Yosemite
Australia: Bellarat, Grampians National Park, Great Otway National Park, Kennet River, Lorne, Melbourne, Sydney
Samoa *: Apia (foot-on ground, short stop)
What Counts as ‘Countries’ For You?
I count the 195 UN states – the 193 member states plus the two UN observer states: the Vatican and Palestine.
I don’t count other non-UN self-governing places like Taiwan, Kosovo and North Cyprus, the latter to which I’ve already traveled to, for example.
What Counts a Country Visit?
I need to have visited a town, city or major landmark, partly on foot. Thus, I don’t count drive-thrus (by car, motorbike, train, etc), airport visits, border crossings, etc. Exceptions may apply for very small countries where I still stepped on dry land.