Nathan Lieberman is creating Oyster World Radio
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Stories from Around the Globe

Everyone has a story. As I began my journey around the globe I didn't really know what to expect. I would hear stories of other countries and other people, but I really didn't know anything about them. I had lived in the United States my entire life, and did not have very much international experience before I left everything to go travel. What I found was beyond all of exceptions. Sure the sights were great, but wow the people are what changed my life.

 Episode 30: Superman

One of the greatest gifts of travel is the ability to look at your own culture. When you live in one place your entire life it is hard to look outside of your day to day. There really isn't anything to compare our culture to since that is the only thing I knew. It is safe to say that changed when I went abroad. The American way of life was put underneath a microscope. Fresh perspectives and fresh ways of life helped me understand not only the good and bad of my culture, but what was important to me. I began to pick and choose my own lifestyle instead of the one passed down by cultural norms. Surrounding myself with the habits that truly resonated with me.

 Episode 20: Poets for Hire

As I continued my journey and the weeks turned to months, a rather unknown feeling began to grow. The more people I talked to, the more grateful I became. Some people really received a bad starting hand in the game of life, but continued on with a giant smile on their face. The resilience of people is astounding. Listening to the setbacks of others helped me realize just how lucky I was to have food on the table, but also how resilient I was in the obstacles I've had to overcome. Nothing seems too awful anymore. I'm grateful to be alive. 

Episode 15: Warrior

Sometimes it seems like the world is full of hatred. That the bad is starting to outweigh the good. This is absolutely untrue. My travels have reminded me that humanity is inherently good. That even though we face some major challenges we have the ability to right our course and carry on. That a peaceful world is indeed possible.

Episode 45: December 26th, 2004

I know that everyone can't travel like I've been able to, but that doesn't mean that you can't learn from the people of the world. This podcast captures the stories of the people I've met along the way. It isn't quite the same as a one way ticket, but the podcast will help cultivate the gifts that travel has given me in the comfort of your own home. I truly believe that we can come together, and it starts by getting to know each other a little better.   

Episode 43: Game Plan

So welcome to Oyster World Radio! Where you meet people you would normally never meet.

Episode 42: No Fear In Logic

If you enjoy the show, please consider contributing to the cause with the rewards above! For $5 a month you can also get all the behind the scene details of the people in the show, travel tips for the region, and also universal travel tips I picked up on the road.

Find the show here! -> Oyster World Radio Main Page
Oyster World Radio can also be found on Itunes, Stitcher, IHeartRadio, Podcast Republic and all other major podcast providers.
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Positive Karma
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Thanks for supporting the show! Every little bit helps. This tier will keep me up and moving while also replacing lost gear and keeping food in my belly. I recently lost the lapel clips for my microphones on a bus in Cambodia... You guys help the show keep on keeping on.
Behind the Scenes
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Get behind the scenes of how I meet my guests. Every interview is completely random, and usually comes with an unusual story on how it came to be. After every episode launch, you will receive all of the juicy details on how the interview materialized.


Stories from Around the Globe

Everyone has a story. As I began my journey around the globe I didn't really know what to expect. I would hear stories of other countries and other people, but I really didn't know anything about them. I had lived in the United States my entire life, and did not have very much international experience before I left everything to go travel. What I found was beyond all of exceptions. Sure the sights were great, but wow the people are what changed my life.

 Episode 30: Superman

One of the greatest gifts of travel is the ability to look at your own culture. When you live in one place your entire life it is hard to look outside of your day to day. There really isn't anything to compare our culture to since that is the only thing I knew. It is safe to say that changed when I went abroad. The American way of life was put underneath a microscope. Fresh perspectives and fresh ways of life helped me understand not only the good and bad of my culture, but what was important to me. I began to pick and choose my own lifestyle instead of the one passed down by cultural norms. Surrounding myself with the habits that truly resonated with me.

 Episode 20: Poets for Hire

As I continued my journey and the weeks turned to months, a rather unknown feeling began to grow. The more people I talked to, the more grateful I became. Some people really received a bad starting hand in the game of life, but continued on with a giant smile on their face. The resilience of people is astounding. Listening to the setbacks of others helped me realize just how lucky I was to have food on the table, but also how resilient I was in the obstacles I've had to overcome. Nothing seems too awful anymore. I'm grateful to be alive. 

Episode 15: Warrior

Sometimes it seems like the world is full of hatred. That the bad is starting to outweigh the good. This is absolutely untrue. My travels have reminded me that humanity is inherently good. That even though we face some major challenges we have the ability to right our course and carry on. That a peaceful world is indeed possible.

Episode 45: December 26th, 2004

I know that everyone can't travel like I've been able to, but that doesn't mean that you can't learn from the people of the world. This podcast captures the stories of the people I've met along the way. It isn't quite the same as a one way ticket, but the podcast will help cultivate the gifts that travel has given me in the comfort of your own home. I truly believe that we can come together, and it starts by getting to know each other a little better.   

Episode 43: Game Plan

So welcome to Oyster World Radio! Where you meet people you would normally never meet.

Episode 42: No Fear In Logic

If you enjoy the show, please consider contributing to the cause with the rewards above! For $5 a month you can also get all the behind the scene details of the people in the show, travel tips for the region, and also universal travel tips I picked up on the road.

Find the show here! -> Oyster World Radio Main Page
Oyster World Radio can also be found on Itunes, Stitcher, IHeartRadio, Podcast Republic and all other major podcast providers.

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Tiers
Positive Karma
$1 or more per month
Thanks for supporting the show! Every little bit helps. This tier will keep me up and moving while also replacing lost gear and keeping food in my belly. I recently lost the lapel clips for my microphones on a bus in Cambodia... You guys help the show keep on keeping on.
Behind the Scenes
$5 or more per month
Get behind the scenes of how I meet my guests. Every interview is completely random, and usually comes with an unusual story on how it came to be. After every episode launch, you will receive all of the juicy details on how the interview materialized.