Inspiring Millennial Series: Sami Kattan of Nomad’s Land

 In this vlog Sami Kattan of Nomad's Land shares how he makes a living as a digital nomad. Sami share's how he launched his business, the struggles of early entrepreneurship, and his advice to the multi-passionate millennial. Check out this week's episode of The Confused Millennial's vlog series, "Inspiring Millennials".

(ARCHIVE POST): In honor of July 4th, TCM TV is taking a holiday today, so no new episode of the “Inspiring Millennials” Series. I decided to bring back one of our first episodes for you guys to enjoy! Happy Independence Day!

I am beyond excited for this interview! I met Sami while at the University of Florida. We used to bond over our love of cooking and community while hosting little dinner parties at my apartment.

After college we lost touch and then I stumbled upon him on Instagram and knew I needed to interview him! Since college, Sami has been traveling all over the world and building multiple businesses. He is a talented and skilled videographer and has worked to blend his creative self with his business mind (for any creativepreneurs out there you know that struggle is real!).

SPOILER ALERT: he got his start with videography after hitch hiking a ride on Craigslist to Mexico, where he lived in a hammock on the beach!

Seriously you have got to hear his story! He also gives a lot of great and relatable advice to budding entrepreneurs!

Make sure to connect with Sami on:
– Facebook
– Sami’s website
– Nomad’s Land website

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  • Christina at The Educated Shutter

    This is great! Thank you for sharing!

  • Paige Allison

    He’s already lived one heck of a life!

    • Right?!? How amazing! His a fantastic videographer too!

  • Neely

    Awesome interview! I really enjoyed it!

  • Mckenna Bleu

    Can’t wait to watch this interview! His life sounds so interesting! Living in a hammock.. What?!

  • Greta Hollar

    Oh my gosh what a story! Thanks for sharing!

    Greta |

  • Tori Moore

    What an amazing story!!


  • Michelle Mink

    That is so awesome that you got to reconnect with a friend from college. And wow, he has quite the story!

  • Teresa Caruso

    Wow, he is so talented. I’m glad you re-shared this interview, otherwise I would have missed it.

    • Awe thanks Teresa! I am thinking about doing another early one in a few weeks, so I am glad you guys are okay with it 🙂

  • Amanda Goodhue (A Good Hue)

    Very cool, how fun to be able to travel so much!

  • La Belle Sirene

    He has so many great life experiences and stories to share!

  • Shaguna & Kaylee

    omg he’s so cool and interesting
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  • Shaguna & Kaylee

    omg he’s so cool and interesting
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  • Seersucker Sass

    Oh wow! Kudos to Sami. He is killing it!

    XO, SS || <a href="">Seersucker Sass</a>

  • Kristin Thompson

    Great interview!!

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