If you want to be a successful freelancer, keep in mind that human contact is huge in the business world, even if you’re in a ‘digital’ nomad’s world. Start connecting with people in your own city and then start traveling and working abroad.
So now you have the freedom to live wherever you want…how do you decide where to go? Where is the best place for you to live?
Teaching English can be a great way to start travelling and living abroad but isn’t exactly a great end destination in terms of income or freedom. In this video, I’ll share one way to transition from being an English teacher to becoming a digital nomad. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments and I’ll do my best to help.
This video was a lot easier to make than the video on the reason I hate about living abroad, because I love living abroad. Here are 3 of the most surprising benefits for calling a new country home. Believe it or not, there isn’t a single mention of cheap beer, beautiful women, or year round sunshine!
I know, I know. I’m disappointed too.
While I am generally a big fan of living abroad, there are a few things that I don’t like and I forced myself to spit them out for this video.
Here’s how I figure out what cities I can move to and exactly how much it will cost me to live abroad somewhere new. As a bonus I’ve included two videos on reducing your fixed expenses back home so you can travel longer.
When I booked my first one way flight to Costa Rica I didn’t have much more than one month’s living expenses in the bank and a lot of my business was coming from direct face to face contact. This was a huge unknown…
When talking travel and living abroad, whether it’s with an old friend or a complete stranger, it’s rare to find a person with no desire to explore new places and see the world. Yet, so few North Americans actually take the plunge and throw themselves into a new culture and discover the meaning of life outside their own border. OK, …
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