Peter Benei is the Founder of Anywhere Consulting, and a published author and podcast host, originally from Budapest where he helped create the Digital Nomad's Budapest group. But these days you can find him splitting his time between his hometown and his favorite country in the world - Italy. Today Peter and Chase sync up for a call from two separate ends of Italy, to explore why these are two great places for digital nomads and expats, and share some of their favorite hidden gems and a few ideas for those looking to settle into either location. They also take a look at Peter's latest project, Anywhere Italy, which aims to connect remote workers spending significant time abroad in Italia. Connect and learn more about Peter's work at: Website - https://anywhere.consulting/ LinkedIn profile - https://www.linkedin.com/in/beneipeter/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/peter.benei/ This episode was brought to you by Lexidy, the team of lawyers and advisors I trust for all my visa, tax, and property challenges in Spain, Greece, Italy, France & Portugal. Use the code "AboutAbroad2023" to receive 10% of your first service, and learn more at https://bit.ly/45Y7ols If you're enjoying the podcast, please consider taking 2 minutes to leave a short review at: RateThisPodcast.com/aboutabroad
Have you thought about introducing Email List Marketing into your business but have no idea where to start? This episode is for you! We go through what exactly Email List Marketing is, why you need it, as well as beginner and advanced tips for those of you who want to level up your online Marketing!
Are you considering becoming a digital nomad or curious about the lifestyle? Kayla Ihrig is with me today to talk about the digital nomad lifestyle and the realities of working and living on the road. Kayla's a remote worker and business owner who's been living and traveling abroad since 2017, when she bought a one-way ticket out of the US. She's since traveled to a few dozen countries, earned a second nationality, and written the book How to Be a Digital Nomad. In this episode, Kayla shares her journey to becoming a digital nomad and why there is no one-size-fits-all approach to the lifestyle. You'll hear about the question she obsessed over that led to her decision to travel, her advice on building a reliable income, ways to keep travel interesting after doing it long-term, the concept of lifestyle deflation and preparing for going abroad, and much more! Whether you're already living the life or just getting started, there's something in this episode for everyone. Where are you in your digital nomad journey? I'd love to hear about your experience and hope you'll share sending me an audio message. Premium Passport: Want access to the private Zero To Travel podcast feed, a monthly bonus episode (decided on by YOU), exclusive content, direct access to me to answer your questions, and more? Click here to try Premium Passport for only $1. Tune In To Learn: Her breaking point for deciding to travel and how she leaned into her inner wisdom to cut the cord from her “normal life” The realities of giving up “normal life” and why she's grateful for the lifestyle she chose The story of the first digital nomad What it takes to travel and make a reliable income (and advice on giving up) Why the entrepreneurial mindset is essential even if you're employed Her advice for setting yourself up before you leave vs. figuring it out on the road How her writing business came to fruition and why she's an advocate for service-based businesses How to deflate your current lifestyle and prepare for your digital nomad life Why it may (or may not) be a good idea to tell others about your plans Why it's valuable to connect with travelers before you even start Mindset advice for choosing a destination And so much more Resources: Join Zero To Travel Premium Passport Subscribe to our FREE newsletter Today's Sponsors - Airbnb, US Bank, Land Rover Grab her book, How to Be a Digital Nomad Follow Kayla on Instagram Send her an email Want More? The Location Free Lifestyle With Melody from Black Digital Nomad How to Become a Digital Nomad Lessons From “Failing” To Go Location Independent with Paul Lam Thanks To Our Sponsors Sometimes, it just makes more sense. Book your next group stay with Airbnb! This episode is also sponsored by US Bank's Altitude Connect Visa Signature Card, with the ability to earn up to 5x the points on travel-related expenses like hotels, and rental cars, this card will get you the most return on your next trip. You're up for any challenge that comes your way, and the Land Rover Defender 110 is too. Learn more at landroverusa.com/defender.
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Which questions do YOU have about being being a digital nomad? Jeff and Marisa get questions from you on a daily basis. Instead of responding to questions individually, they gather all the questions the audience sends in and ask each other each of them without preparation. So you get raw, unfiltered advice and perspectives on life as a digital nomad, remote jobs, productivity, making money, and traveling the world. You'll have to listen to the whole episode for the the answers, but as a teaser, here are the questions they asked each other: What is one skill or hobby you developed during your nomadic life that you didn't expect to pursue? Describe a moment when you experienced a major "win" in your digital nomad career or personal life, and how did it impact your journey? Have you ever encountered a language barrier that led to a humorous or memorable situation during your travels? Share an experience when you had to overcome your fear or hesitation to try something new while living as a digital nomad. If you could give one piece of advice to someone considering the digital nomad lifestyle, what would it be, and why is it essential? If you had to choose between a stable location-independent job or an uncertain but adventurous entrepreneurial pursuit, which would you pick, and why? Disclaimer: This episode discusses the use of psychedelics. Beach Commute does not condone or recommend the use of psychedelics. Consult with your doctor and local laws and regulations before using any psychedelics. If you have any questions YOU want answered on the podcast, we would love to hear from you at: email@example.com.
Join CrowdHealth: You ditched the traditional path… why haven't you ditched your traditional health insurance Experience the freedom and affordability of cash payments and community-funded healthcare with CrowdHealth. Use promo code “Boundless” during sign-up for a special discounted subscription offer. Sign Up HereChristine Bader is currently living in Bali, Indonesia, where she is spending time focused on her family and self. She is the author of The Evolution of a Corporate Idealist: When Girl Meets Oil and the former head of CSR for Amazon before leaving in 2017, a journey she details in an amazing essay titled “The year I learned to quit.” She talks about leaving the corporate world and shifting her focus from building a career to building a life.Topics Discussed: Corporate social responsibility Taking a sabbatical in Bali Building a life The greek concept of Kairos Working in Asia Working at Amazon Recommended Reading Can a business of any size be good? The Year I Learned To Quit (New York Times)
In this insightful episode of The Traveling Therapist podcast, Kym sits down with Dr. Juanita Dimas, a globe-trotting therapist, to explore the intricacies of providing online therapy across the world. Juanita shares her journey of growing up internationally, obtaining licensure in various countries, and her experiences working with diverse populations. Juanita delves into the complexities of becoming licensed as a psychologist in Costa Rica, highlighting the extensive paperwork and the need for degree recognition in different countries. She also notes the restrictions in some countries where only psychologists are authorized to practice therapy. Kym and Juanita discuss the pros and cons of a nomadic lifestyle for therapists. They touch upon crucial aspects like residency visas, financial considerations, and the challenges of maintaining stability and support networks while on the move. They emphasize the unique needs and concerns of individuals adopting this lifestyle. The conversation shifts to the challenges and benefits of being a digital nomad therapist. Building a community and understanding the legalities and complexities of practicing therapy in different jurisdictions are key topics. They stress the importance of being well-informed and prepared before embracing this lifestyle. Juanita and Kym also address the practical challenges of working in various countries, such as internet and power issues, and the importance of understanding and adapting to cultural nuances in new environments. This episode provides a comprehensive look into the life of a traveling therapist, offering valuable insights and advice for those considering or currently navigating this unique and rewarding professional path. About Juanita Dimas: Juanita Dimas, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist in California for over 20 years, and offering online psychotherapy since 2016. She can see you if you are in California or in many countries in the world via online psychotherapy. She is originally from the U.S., and having lived abroad for many years as a child and an adult, 3 different countries for 11 years. She is also bilingual (Spanish) and bicultural. In addition to working with adults of all ages, Juanita specialize in working with diverse populations, including World Travelers. Website: https://drjuanitadimas.com/ APA Monitor: Psychologists and the expat life. https://www.apa.org/monitor/2019/05/cover-expat-life?fbclid=IwAR0fqLgxbT37tgECOlvgZz2WIGTRSW57uJjbsfO9pk9Xl2k-rzO2nJQX_tQ Build a thriving private practice with Alma, your private practice support system. Learn more about Alma. Connect with me: Instagram: @thetravelingtherapist_kym The Traveling Therapist Membership: https://kymtolson.kartra.com/page/travelingtherapistmembership Revolutionize Your Private Practice with AI Course: https://kymtolson.kartra.com/page/ai Signup to learn more about life as Traveling Therapist: https://landing.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/l2v7c3 The Traveling Therapist Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/onlineandtraveling/ Bill Like A Boss Insurance Billing Community: https://kymtolson.kartra.com/page/blab Subscribe to the Podcast: Apple iTunes | Spotify | Google Podcast | Stitcher | Amazon | Castbox
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EPISODE SUMMARY In this episode of Chan with a Plan, Max Speaks with Darlene Meissner, Founder and Coach at Décalage Solutions. During this conversation Max and Darlene discuss burnout, fixing our self-talk, and being a digital nomad. QUOTES FROM DARLENE “Burnout became a big part of myself and what was happening to me for the past several months. And it has made me think this whole time about how important it is to really check in with ourselves.” “If I'm not using all of my self and everything that I have in working with somebody that I'm not giving them the best type of care.” “Make sure that you are getting to know yourself. Don't spend too much time focusing on other people or focusing on partying or, you know, things that are going to keep you distracted.” TIMESTAMPS 00:00 | Introduction and Background 01:11 | Darlene's story 04:51 | Why people stay in toxic work environments? 10:03 | Signs it's time for a change 15:08 | Digital nomad life 16:20 | Solo vs. With Others 22:34 | Road to self-discovery 26:37 | Local or abroad travel 31:16 | Action steps for the audience 32:17 | Closing RESOURCES & RELEVANT LINKS Darlene on Social Media: LinkedIn Chan With A Plan Max Chan on Social Media
Paul Creane joined me today to talk about his exciting lifestyle of being a Digital Nomad. We talk about what this means in the episode as well as lots of other useful terms related to this topic.We also cover what it's like to live in a van, travel in Asia, Housesitting, and all the apps and platforms Paul uses to help him live the life he does.It's always great to hear new perspectives and ways of living, and today's conversation might just inspire you. It's a really fascinating conversation and I hope you enjoy it too. English Podcast with Paul2nd Class HobosShow notes page - https://levelupenglish.school/podcast247Sign Up for Free Lessons - https://www.levelupenglish.school/#freelessonsJoin Level Up English - https://courses.levelupenglish.schoolBy becoming a member, you can access all podcast transcripts, listen to the private podcast and join live lessons and courses on the website.Support the show
Watch the video on YouTube - https://youtu.be/n9pWG7NzTYw Any D2D hustlers watching? Leave a comment and share your experience, tips & situation! With this episode I hope to help you if you are looking for how to transition from door to door sales to remote closing. Ryan was a door to door sales team manager and trainer back in the day. I asked him to come on to chop is up about the D2D days! I did D2D for 5 years! I was blown away by the "4's 5's & 8's" sales success system! If I only had a system like this! It simplifies & systemetizes the job into one checklist – not only closing techniques, but mindset, and work ethic! Becuse you need all 3 to hit your goals! FREE Nomad Guide
Marie was at a point where she was working multiple jobs and at times still didn't even have gas money, and she was ready to change her life. When she heard about the Digital Nomad Life Academy she risked it all and bought my program. After a few months in the program, lot's of shadow work, and hard truths she built her business from the ground up. In just a few short months she went from the brokest in her life to landing her first $3k client and booking a flight to France. This was not without a lot of hard work and today's theme of the episode, money mindset. In today's episode we will be covering:How we think of money is what we will attract Why money is a complex mindset issue? How you have to be ready to change your life to get real resultsWhy failing is okay, and even encouraged How starting your own business is all about the shadow work: self respect, money mindet, and boundariesTo Connect With Marie / Podcasting Services:firstname.lastname@example.orgTo Listen To The Culture Cult Travel ShowCulture Cult Travel ShowDo You Have A Good Travel Story? Send It To:email@example.com@culturecultshow FREE Digital Nomad Masterclasshttps://www.digitalnomadlifeacademy.com/masterclassJoin me for a monthly live event: https://www.digitalnomadlifeacademy.com/nomadpotentialEnroll in the Digital Nomad Life Academy:https://www.digitalnomadlifeacademy.com/dnlaApply for my VIP coaching program:(5-month intensive):https://www.digitalnomadlifeacademy.com/coachingFollow me on Tiktok:https://www.tiktok.com/@christabellatravelsMessage me Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/digitalnomadlifeacademyhttps://www.instagram.com/christabellatravels/
Recorded in October 2022 in Bath, England, My Digital Nomad Journey in Europe (originally Ep. 41) is about Erick Taylor Woodby's travels to Swedish cities like Stockholm, Malmö, and Uppsala. And the British locales of Bath, Brighton, Liverpool, London, Southampton, and Winchester. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Join Matt Watson and Steve Satoru Naito, Co-founder and CEO of Anyplace, as they explore his journey from immigrant to Series B and the creation of digital nomad accommodations. Steve and Matt share insights into the unique challenges faced as first-time entrepreneurs. They delve into the shifting focuses between Series A and B and the intricate dynamics of supply and demand in the short-term rental market. Find Startup Hustle Everywhere: https://gigb.co/l/YEh5 This episode is sponsored by Full Scale: https://fullscale.io Learn more about Anyplace: https://www.anyplace.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In October I published a mini episode on my thought processes on the pros and cons of extended travel abroad. Many of you left comments or emailed me your thoughts, and I'm so thankful for your input. You've all given me plenty to consider. One of the most insightful emails came from Jeff of awaytofi.com, a previous guest on this podcast (Episode 44). Jeff has been living abroad for over fifteen months with his wife, Rose, and as such is well-versed in discussing the impacts of extended travel, particularly on our social lives. This week's episode is an in-depth exploration of extended travel, especially as it relates to our human need for a sense of place and community. Travel takes us away from our tribe, so how do we create new ones? Do we even need to? You can probably expect more content like this with upcoming guests and articles. Support this project: Buy Me a CoffeeGet the newsletter: SUBSCRIBE ME!Show Notes and Links at Clippingchains.com
Meet Yaron Been, a figure whose life story reads like an adventure novel, transitioning from the discipline of Israeli special forces to the vibrant heart of global e-commerce. Yaron doesn't just bring expertise to the table; his book 'Growth Hacking' brims with strategic wisdom. As the charismatic host of 'The EcomXFactor Podcast,' he intertwines his extensive knowledge of e-commerce and marketing with a fervent desire to educate. With a staggering $10 million in Facebook ad campaigns under his belt, his insights are nothing short of gold dust. As we delve into our conversation, expect to be taken on a voyage by a digital nomad who has traversed the globe, all while catapulting e-commerce ventures into the seven-figure realm. LISTEN IN! CONNECT: https://ecomxf.com/ecomxfactor-linktree BUY THE BOOK: https://amzn.to/3Qw1AsI + + + Don't forget to subscribe to PR After Hours for more insights, interviews, and discussions on the evolving landscape of public relations, marketing, and beyond. Get Alex's book, THE PODCAST OPTION--NOW IN PAPERBACK: https://amzn.to/3MwoEXh Listen to our entire library of episodes and more on the show website: PRAfterHours.com. Announcer: Mary McKenna. PR After Hours Theme: https://filmmusic.io "Bossa Antigua" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC. Sound effects. This PR After Hours Podcast episode was recorded and mixed at Green Shebeen Studios in beautiful Kansas City, Missouri. Copyright 2023, all rights reserved. No reproduction, excerpting, or other use without written permission. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alex-greenwood1/message
Join CrowdHealth: You ditched the traditional path… why haven't you ditched your traditional health insurance Experience the freedom and affordability of cash payments and community-funded healthcare with CrowdHealth. Use promo code “Boundless” during sign-up for a special discounted subscription offer. Sign Up HereJacqueline Jensen has been a digital nomad for 3.5 years, living and working globally. It might surprise you to find out then, that she's written a book called "Travel Isn't The Answer." While counter-intuitive, she argues for a return to awe and wonder with what is already around us. She talks about different moments of wonder she has experienced (including a breathtaking view in Montenegro) and different techniques for how people can "Live With a Sense of Curiosity, Passion, and Awe Anywhere and Everywhere" (the subtitle of the book).Last year, in a planned sabbatical she came face-to-face with the fact that work was the center of her world. While she almost "quit" the sabbatical, she pushed herself to redefine her day and time to claim back some of herself from a sole focus on work. She provides many actionable tips and perspectives that can help people question the role of work in their lives, take steps to increase the amount of awe in their lives and connect with people that matter to them.More About Jacqueline: TedX Talk Twitter: @JackieMJensen & LinkedIn: Jacqueline Jensen Book: Travel Isn't The Answer (Amazon) Recommendation on getting outside of your comfort zone: Check out local music: sofarsounds.com Go to an art museum Travel-as-a-service recommendations discussed: Hacker Paradise, Recess Labs, Roam, Outsite App for re-aligning your day: Today
Facebook and Instagram Advertising is an extremely powerful tool to grow your audience and income online. But if you're new to paid Marketing, it can definitely seem daunting! In this episode, I provide insight into different ways you can use them in your business, when to start them, and how to get started. You'll gain the clarity and confidence needed to take control over your business growth!
If you're looking to build your own community and want to know how to get started this episode is PERFECT for you! This week I chat with the wonderful Johannes Voelkner, Founder of The Nomad Cruise and digital nomad from Germany! We cover: Johannes' story: from Virtual Assistant to Founder of The Nomad Cruise How to get started [even if you haven't figured it all out!] The mindset to adopt when building a community & when to monetise How to build SO much value that clients return again & again Johannes' bet on the next BIG business opportunity & the future of digital nomads Work 1:1 with Suzie Book your Scaling For Growth Call Want more from the collective? Follow @femaleleadershipcollective on IG Check out The Nomad Cruise Click here for The Nomad Cruise Thanks for listening to: How he launched the world's FIRST cruise for digital nomads with Johannes Voelkner, speak to you next week! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/flc/message
Today, we delve into the stories and strategies of exceptional individuals in the world of music and education. In this episode, we are thrilled to feature Rob Mills, a prominent figure in guitar and vocal instruction who once played a pivotal role as the guitarist for Diamond Head. With over 25 years of teaching experience, Rob unveils his comprehensive approach, encompassing technique, ear training, theory, and improvisation, propelling his students to become Rockstar guitarists. Join us as Rob shares insights into his early musical journey, his time with Diamond Head, and the intriguing story of how he adopted the digital nomad lifestyle. From crafting music videos to building alliances for gigs and making a positive impact on students' musical journeys, Rob covers it all. Stay tuned for a fascinating conversation on identity, musicianship evolution, and a final piece of wisdom from Rob himself.Rob shares about his background, his early guitar journey and his early musical explorations.His opportunity to play for Diamond Head.Advice and recommendations for aspiring musicians.How he adopted the digital nomad lifestyle.His teaching approach, covering technique, theory, improvisation, rhythm, and ear training.His approach to getting gigs, including creating music videos, contacting venues, and building alliances.Importance of making a good impression and building contacts in the local music scene.His approach to finding students online, using organic methods on platforms like Facebook.The value of making a positive impact on students' musical journeys.Inspiring students to have favorite guitar players and explore the concept of identity in relation to being a guitarist.Recognizing the evolutionary nature of musicianship and the need to respect the contributions of past guitarists.One last final piece of advice from Rob to the listeners.Guest Links MentionedRockstar Guitar SchoolRob Mills YouTube ChannelRob Mills Facebook PageGuitar Teaching Resources MentionedFree Guitar E-book ResourcesToday's GuestRob Mills is a highly regarded figure in the realm of guitar and vocal instruction, standing among the best in the business. A seasoned musician, he played a pivotal role in the new wave of British heavy metal with the iconic band Diamond Head. In 1999, Rob earned his Bachelor of Arts in Music from Birmingham University and holds a grade 5 in Music Theory. With over 25 years of teaching experience in guitar and vocals, Rob is adept at extracting the best from his students, guiding them on the path to becoming Rockstar guitarists. His comprehensive approach covers technique, ear training, theory, and improvisation. Rob's proven protocols guarantee success, propelling students through the levels of guitar proficiency. Some of his mentees, including Adam Zindani of the Welsh Rock band Stereophonics, have achieved notable fame. For those aspiring to be more than just bedroom guitarists, Rob Mills offers unparalleled expertise and a surefire way to rock the world with music. When choosing an instructor, Rob emphasizes the importance of qualifications and experience, cautioning against those lacking the credentials that he, as a seasoned professional, brings to the table.Thank you for tuning in!Consider implementing the ideas from this podcast by writing several actionable steps for your teaching practice if it's inspired you.If...
Host Alex Greenwood sits down with content marketing expert Joe Zappa to delve into the intricate world of content marketing and public relations, especially in the B2B tech sector. Joe's experience spans across content marketing, journalism, and academia. He's the brain behind Sharp Pen Media, which emphasizes narrative building, editorial planning, and effective content creation. Moreover, he served as the editor for the martech publication, Street Fight, for a good stretch. Joe and Alex tackle the challenges B2B tech companies face in content marketing, emphasizing the critical need for differentiation and a clear purpose. They suggest a dual strategy for niche businesses to specialize while expanding their service range, ensuring content that aligns with mainstream offerings. They also chat about AI's role in marketing, Joe's formula for a top-tier strategy…and so much more. Listen in! Connect with Joe Zappa and Sharp Pen Media: SharpPenMedia.com LinkedIn Articles Mentioned: Earned Media 1 Earned Media Sample 2 + + + Our next episode: A Digital Nomad's Journey to Success with Yaron Been. + + + Read and subscribe FREE to Alex's Newsletter, All the Fits That's News. Get Alex's book, THE PODCAST OPTION--NOW IN PAPERBACK: https://amzn.to/3MKtos8 Listen to our entire library of episodes and more on the show website: PRAfterHours.com. Drop a buck in the tip jar here. Announcer: Mary McKenna. PR After Hours Theme: https://filmmusic.io "Bossa Antigua" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC. Sound effects. This PR After Hours Podcast episode was recorded and mixed at Green Shebeen Studios in beautiful Kansas City, Missouri. Copyright 2023, all rights reserved. No reproduction, excerpting, or other use without written permission. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alex-greenwood1/message
Welcome to The Becoming Better Together in Mindset and Business with Brie Willits. Join host Brie Willits and guests Austin and Monica, a.k.a the Digital Nomad couple, on another episode of Becoming Better Together. Austin and Monica are college sweethearts who built an online business that allowed them to travel the world. They full heartedly believe that the empathy built through travel will heal the world which is what motivated them to help people have the financial freedom to book that plane ticket! Join us as we uncover the alignment shift that led them to where they are now. Connect with Austin and Monica On their Website: https://austinandmonica.com/ On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/digitalnomadstartupcircle On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/austinandmonica/ Connect with Brie On Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/businesswithbrie/ On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/businesswithbrie/ Join the (free) Becoming Better Together community on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/becomingbettertogether For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brie-willits/message
Irfan Şener ile, basit php kodlamayla başlayan ve şu anda Bangkok'ta devam eden indie girişimcilik serüvenini konuştuğumuz bu podcast bölümü, bağımsız işlerle ilgili ilham vermek amacı taşıyor.17 yaşında başlayan bir heves ve motivasyonun ulaştığı son nokta heyecan verici. Yeterli motivasyon ile başarının tesadüf olmadığını bir kere daha görüyoruz. Digital Nomad hayatın hakkını veren İrfan ile gelecek yıllarda yapacağı işlerden sonra bir devam bölümü daha çekmeyi planlıyoruz.Keyifli dinlemeler.Irfan'a ulaşmak için: https://twitter.com/irfansenercom
Digital Nomads are people who do remote work in other countries in order to live a "better life". Working abroad has been gaining popularity in recent years, but is it ruining local populations and a new version of LIT RAL CONOLIALISM? There is new research on why people do this and what it does to the Earth.WDWLTW: the invasive pig species taking over CanadaIs daylight savings time killing peopleSTUDYTIME: Digital nomads, are they ruining the world? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Being a digital nomad isn't just about landing a remote job, but working a job that aligns with you and your real passions. Today we are going talk about the Digital Nomad Career Assessment, which are hours long videos breaking down your shadows, wants, desires, and skill sets in what you want in a career and personal walk-throughs with me. The career assessment is not just a career quiz, it is a holistic life transformation process. This assessment is different because, I don't push my clients into one specific endeavor , but what are they naturally gravitating towards in their passion and skills. In this episode we are going to talk three clients who have taken my Digital Nomad Career Assessment course: Client #1: Wanted to do a career in something creative but her mother always pushed her away from creative work to do a more "practical career"Client #2: Already has a skillset in becoming a video editor but didn't believe he could start a business because he "wasn't an expert"Client #3: Had no dreams to become a digital nomad, but needed to leave the construction work behind as he was getting older, getting injured on the job, and has a new born infant to stay home for. With the career assessment we found him a job online at home and still within his passion for construction. I hope today's episode inspires you and let's you realize any passion and job is truly possible. We just have to figure out your passion first. FLASH SALE on the DNLA + FREE Career Assessment Call!In honor of my 10-year travel anniversary I am SLASHING the prices of Digital Nomad Life Academy tuition, and anyone who signs up for the DNLA before Nov 13 will get a *free* career assessment call!SIGN UP HERE: https://www.digitalnomadlifeacademy.com/dnlaor DM me @christabellatravels with the words FLASH SALE to ask your questions!
Michael Jordan (Partner at BAD Marketing) shares how he got started in the digital marketing world and found success selling on Amazon. He now runs the Amazon Department at BAD where he and the team deliver results for clients that leave even the Amazon reps speechless. After leaving his corporate job in 2017 and launching several of his own brands, Michael also started an agency that was eventually acquired and merged into BAD Marketing. In this episode, we discuss his journey so far and some why he chose to sell his agency to join forces with BAD Marketing. FOLLOW MICHAEL: Instagram: https://instagram.com/_mjordan Twitter: https://twitter.com/bizlikemike LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelkjordan/ TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 - Intro 01:28 - Who is MJ? 04:45 - What does MJ do at BAD? 07:47 - Becoming Elite at E-commerce in High School 10:09 - Print on Demand Company After High School 17:30 - Starting to Sell on Amazon 27:00 - CEO stress 28:20 - Starting Amazon Private Label shop 29:33 - Becoming a Digital Nomad 34:25 - Moving to Denver/ Lifestyle 36:07 - Stress from Running his own Agency 37:25 - Talks with Eddie 39:53 - Do it by myself or do it with a team? 41:43 - Amazon Advice/ Tactics 55:42 - Unprocessed value 56:17 - Fortune cookie advice We rebranded our marketing agency from 4Media to BAD Marketing. If you would like to work with us, please apply at: https://www.badmarketing.com FOLLOW BAD Marketing: Main YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@BAD.Marketing Clips Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNx7auVTseV865Mu1CZX0WQ Website: https://www.badmarketing.com/ Join Our Team: https://4media.breezy.hr/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/badmarketing TikTok: https://email@example.com EDDIE Instagram: https://instagram.com/eddiemaalouf Twitter: https://twitter.com/imakegreatads Marketing Course: https://www.brilliantmarketers.com/ ANDREW Instagram: https://instagram.com/andrew_deitsch Website: https://andrewdeitsch.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/andrewdeitsch Andrew's Other Podcast: https://www.andrewdeitsch.com/podcast
You pack your bags and hit the road with a certain expectation in your mind. You imagine what you might experience, how you might change, what you might see, and who you might meet. But after years on the road, once the honeymoon phase has worn off... What unexpected realities might the digital nomad lifestyle bring? In this episode, we look past the glamorization and excitement of this lifestyle. Let's talk about some of the hard personal truths & ongoing psychological battles that might emerge. Because as much as there is to love about the digital nomad path, its reality isn't a Hollywood story and it isn't a shiny Instagram post.
Watch the video version on YouTube - https://youtu.be/wKfGl5nPzi8 Hanging out chatting about living in Bangkok vs US, why Gilbert is writing a book, digital nomad lifestyle, using AI for our businesses, and much more. / gilbertjoaofficial FREE Nomad Guide
Alexa West traveled full-time for more than a decade, creating the Solo Girls Travel Guides to help other women explore her favorite places. Alexa's latest book, The One-Way Ticket Plan, focuses on how to travel instead of where to travel. Susan and Alexa talk about finding free lodging, staying safe without freaking out, and working remotely around the world.
A few weeks ago the Portuguese government suddenly announced the intention to end their Non-Habitual Residents (NHR) program - a tax incentive that has lured countless foreigners to Portugal since its inception 15 years ago. This proposal suggests the program will no longer be available to anyone after December 31, 2023, and some headlines seem to suggest that Portugal is no longer in the business of wanting to attract expats and digital nomads. But as I discussed with Diana Andrade, Head of Portugal Immigration at Lexidy Law, this is definitely not the case and there are still many questions yet to be answered. Today Diana and I dive into the changes coming with NHR and a potential new tax incentive coming to replace it. We also dive into the Portuguese Digital Nomad visa and the D7 visa, as well as all the other reasons to move to Portugal, beyond tax incentives. Connect and learn more about Diana's work at: Website - lexidy.com LinkedIn profile - https://es.linkedin.com/company/lexidy-legal-tech-boutique Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lexidylawboutique/ This episode was brought to you by Lexidy, the team of lawyers and advisors I trust for all my visa, tax, and property challenges in Spain, Greece, Italy, France & Portugal. Use the code "AboutAbroad2023" to receive 10% of your first service, and learn more at https://bit.ly/3PqbbAC If you're enjoying the podcast, please consider taking 2 minutes to leave a short review at: RateThisPodcast.com/aboutabroad
After attending a few corporate recruiting sessions, he didn't take for granted that his path was to enter the corporate world. Twenty years later, he is still carving his own path and has recently returned from Koh Lanta, where he lived with his three children in Thailand for the last six months. We Talked About Ben starting a "tribe" in Fiji Early internet adventures His experiences coaching people with career transition The decision to move to Thailand with his three kids for six months Using "no code" tools to start things like Rebel Book Club How to think about a career in today's world How finding a friend is one of the most important things to head in a new direction Links Mentioned: Ben Keene's site Rebel Book Club Tribe Wanted Fiji Right to Dream Escape The City Moving to Koh Lanta with three kids His experience after the six-months in Thailand The 100 year life (book)
As the holiday season approaches and there's a million different things pulling you in all different directions, it's especially important to take care of yourself. This week, I share 7 self-care practices that have made huge differences in my life as an online business owner and digital nomad. Tune in for a full dose of self-care in an episode!
You have to get from point A to point B, and you want to do it as cheaply as possible...because it feels terrible to get a bad deal on a flight. Almost as equally as it feels great to get a good deal on a flight. It almost feels like you won a game. And it really is like winning a game, because how many other purchases can you think of where the cost of the purchase can range so wildly? Jeff and Marisa have over 12+ years of booking dozens of flights every year as digital nomads. Over that time they have figured out A LOT of tricks to help get the very best deal with flights. There's a surprising number of things you can do, and software you can use to flip the tables to your favor. Listen in to learn 11 actionable things you can do before booking your next flight to ensure you get the very best deal possible. Need help finding a remote job that lets you become a digital nomad? We help people like you find legitimate remote jobs every day! Join our email list and get remote jobs sent directly to your inbox. https://beachcommute.com/email/
With one of the OG "digital nomads" I chat honestly and openly with Nora Dunn, The Professional Hobo about a nonstop travel lifestyle. While creating this lifestyle has MANY perks, it's also required understanding oneself and making adjustments over time to create a version that works for each of us. Read more about this episode on the blog! https://whereintheworldiscl.com/a-professional-hobo-that-says-yes-to-that-crazy-thing/ ----- Things referenced in the podcast by @NoraDunn *Get a free checklist from Nora https://www.theprofessionalhobo.com/freegift/ *Learn more about Camp Indie https://www.youtube.com/@NoraDunn *Remote Year - https://www.remoteyear.com/?ref=noradunn2&tap_s=3773650-e520df *Hacker Paradise - https://www.hackerparadise.org/?utm_source=Partner&utm_medium=Multi&utm_id=The%20Professional%20Hobo Get $100 off your first trip with code PROHOBO100 -----
James was just 17 when he hacked the Apple iPod Nano. This act of creativity catapulted him into the world's spotlight. His next massive success was establishing CoderDojo to teach kids about technology & coding. What began as a small group in Cork soon spread all over the globe. James gives us a compelling account of his exceptional journey. We also shed light on the emotional toll of his period, delving into the burnout he experienced, the self-reflection that followed, and the significance of self-care when charting such an ambitious path. We explore the challenges of maintaining authenticity in the face of success, the pitfalls of seeking external validation, and the merits of finding joy in the journey itself instead of the end result. After spending time in the Middle East as CTO of a major tech company, James now splits his time between Japan and Ireland while building Conjure, his latest project. My Season Partners EIIS Innovation Fund: https://bit.ly/3sxFdLp ADHD Now: https://bit.ly/49uzd6N Iconic Offices: https://bit.ly/iconicEE23 Music by Andrew Applepie
Welcome back to the Career Focus Series on the Success InSight Podcast. Our special guest is Jonathan Christian.Jonathan is a digital nomad who can work from anywhere, day or night, thanks to his laptop, webcam, and microphone. Instead of waiting until retirement to enjoy life, as he understands the uncertainty of life expectancy, he values his marriage and quality of life. Jonathan plans to travel the world with his wife, Debbie, while living a nomadic lifestyle. We caught up with Jonathan after spending an incredible seven weeks in Thailand as he and Debbie embraced the low season and immersed themselves in the cultural diversity. Jonathan shares his tips for managing clients in different time zones, the importance of a thoughtful work-life blend, and how he incorporates travel into his work. He even shared how he is transforming his professional future. QUESTIONS How does Jonathan's approach to bookmarking his hours contribute to his productivity and motivation? What are the benefits of prioritizing work and quality of life? How does Jonathan's perspective on enjoying life now, rather than waiting until retirement, resonate with you? What are your thoughts on Jonathan's focus on his marriage and plans to travel the world with his wife? How does Jonathan effectively manage his business and clients while traveling in different time zones? Have you had any experiences where you had to give yourself permission to pursue your passions or travel while working? Do you think incorporating travel into work is a feasible and beneficial lifestyle choice, as Jonathan believes? How does Jonathan navigate potential challenges with his clients when it comes to traveling and working remotely? What are your thoughts on balancing work and personal life in light of Jonathan's work-life blend approach?LEARN MORETo discover more about Jonathan's Digital Marketing Agency, visit their website at https://wemakestuffhappen.com.To learn more about Jonathan and his business coaching practice, visit his website at https://jonathanchristian.com/. NEXT STEPSIf you enjoy podcasts dedicated to personal and professional development, find us online at Success InSight Podcast. We welcome likes and comments, and if you know someone who is also a professional development enthusiast, go ahead and share our site with them, too.KEYWORDSJonathan Christian, Success InSight Podcast, Sales and Strategy, Work-Life Balance, Digital Nomad, Retirement Planning, Quality of Life, Inspiration to Action#SuccessInSightPodcast #SalesandStrategy #WorkLifeBlend #DigitalNomad #RetirementPlanning #QualityofLife #InspirationToActionPodcast produced using DescriptPodcast hosted by BuzzsproutShow Notes powered by CastmagicWebsite powered by PodpageNote: As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.
What should I do about these letters I get from "brand potection" companies? Will they sue me? Should I just trash them? What could I sell my amazon private label business for? How are deals like that usually set up? Do I need to set up sales taxes for my Shopify store? If you find yourself asking these questions then this eposide will have answers for you! I sit down with lawyer Paul Rafelson from Seller Basics.com and just rapid fire talk about these issues with super realistic answers. We cover a lot of common amazon selling questions and hopefully bring some calm to worried sellers who might get a letter or two.Rafelson Law Firm: https://ecomattorneys.com/Seller Basics Referral: https://rcosman.krtra.com/t/4FVyCJGwuLdTSign up for our free newsletter https://www.sellingfrom.co/newsFree Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/sellingfromthebeachJoin our Free Selling on Amazon Course https://www.sellingfrom.co/freefbaGrab a Copy of our Book https://www.sellingfrom.co/book Join our OA Masterclass at https://sellingfromthebeach.com/masterclass Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sellingfromthebeach/
Dani is 35, far into her professional career in her corporate job, but she still felt like something was missing. Now she gets the best of both worlds as she started her business as a career coach for people of color in corporate and she is keeping her 9-5 while travelling around Mexico. This episode is about breaking down the stereotype that you have to be a certain age or point in your career to break away and start living the life you want as a digital nomad.In this episode we also cover:Finding your real calling in life How to book your first client and keep them coming How the answers you need are in your Human DesignAnd how sometimes it is best to keep your day job as you build the life you want!Connect with Dani:@danitani FREE Digital Nomad Masterclasshttps://www.digitalnomadlifeacademy.com/masterclassJoin me for a monthly live event: https://www.digitalnomadlifeacademy.com/nomadpotentialEnroll in the Digital Nomad Life Academy:https://www.digitalnomadlifeacademy.com/dnlaApply for my VIP coaching program:(5-month intensive):https://www.digitalnomadlifeacademy.com/coachingFollow me on Tiktok:https://www.tiktok.com/@christabellatravelsMessage me Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/digitalnomadlifeacademyhttps://www.instagram.com/christabellatravels/
What's the first job you think of when I ask "what's the most common digital nomad job?" Most people would think "Instagram influencer" or "Travel blogger." Right? Turns out this this is rarely accurate. Jeff and Marisa pulled the latest digital nomad statistics, job salaries, and first-hand data from their 1k+ digital nomad network to come up with the top seven most common jobs they see in the digital nomad community. They also provided salary ranges you can expect and experience needed for each. This is not the regurgitated list you will see circulating around the internet - this is what you will actually see in the wild! This is first-hand knowledge and advice on how to get out there and working and traveling ASAP.
Hello Beautiful Soul, Welcome to all things Bali behind the scenes. I am so excited to share this magical chapter with you. I look forward to sharing my experiences, expansions, and whatever other magic I jump into while I am here in Bali. Tune in and let's expand together! Work with me: Money Embodiment - 5 Week Program https://www.melissabbates.com/moneyembodiment Light Language Academy https://www.melissabbates.com/lightlanguageacademy BALI 2024 - Light Language Retreat https://www.melissabbates.com/baliretreat Weekly Quantum Healing - A la Carte https://melissabbates.as.me/quantumhealingsessions Weekly Quantum Healing - Monthly Membership https://melissa-bates-73d3.mykajabi.com/offers/FFR93vkp/checkout 1:1 - Virtual Quantum Healing Session https://melissa-bates-73d3.mykajabi.com/offers/s5oErUbu 1:1 - Soul Blueprint Reading https://melissa-bates-73d3.mykajabi.com/offers/f6TW5Ywp/checkout Remote Quantum Healing Session https://melissa-bates-73d3.mykajabi.com/offers/WZonZirx Note: Afterpay is now available for my offers
Andrew is a Practical Philosopher who believes that "there may be no greater vexation in our time than the question of how to make a living in a manner that accords with leading a good life." We dive deep into the questions of "what is the good life?" and what he means by "sustaining life." He also shares his perspective on the concept of "Total Work," a phrase first put forth in 1947 by the German Philosopher Josef Pieper, and shares how that phrase became central to his current writing on the topic and conversations he has with business leaders and executives.We also dive into his dichotomy of the three modes people could think about to make a living: Use what you've got Exchange what's in hand Offer what you can He reflects on our modern culture's over-reliance on exchanging our time for money while ignoring how we can live off the land and operate within the gift economy. Next, we talk about some of the different modes of living (whether it be a "settler", nomad or somewhere in between) and the implications for the community in society as a whole as well as how has dealt with that with his wife.Finally, Andrew offers three practical steps people can take to re-engage with life and try to understand what "a life worth living looks like" that does not include the advice to just quit your job. Dis-identify with the identity of the worker: Questioning whether you truly only are a worker, a CEO, a marketing manager, an accountant, etc... Begin an inquiry into the question "If I am not a worker, then who am I?": What else is worth living for? What practices do I want to have in part of my life? What relationships and conversations nourish me? The question whether or not the life you have defined is "sufficient": Are you thinking deeply enough about the question of who you are? Andrew's Writing & Site: Andrew's Newsletter On Total Work If Work Dominated Your Every Moment, Would Life Be Worth Living (Aeon) Andrew's Writing Other Writing Mentioned: Josef Pieper's Leisure, The Basis Of Culture Andre Gorz, Reclaiming Work David Graeber, Bullshit Jobs
In this episode of The Traveling Therapist Podcast, the guest is Addie Wieland, a digital nomad who travels full-time in an RV with her family. Addie shares that they plan to sell their RV soon and transition to international travel, starting with some trips in Central America and Greece. Their goal is to spend a couple of years traveling in Southeast Asia, and eventually live on a boat. She talks about pivoting her coaching business from working with female attorneys to specifically supporting digital nomads and traveling families. This aligns more closely with her own lifestyle and experiences. Addie previews an upcoming webinar she's presenting and I'm co-hosting on how families can thrive while traveling full-time. She'll share tips on logistics, routines, mental wellness, finding personal time, and more. Addie also discusses where people can find her on social media to connect about coaching for traveling families looking to navigate this lifestyle. Check out our upcoming webinar, How to Thrive as a Digital Nomad Family & Not Lose Your Sanity, presented by Addie Wieland, Traveling Therapist Coach, will offer actionable tips to make sure everyone's needs are met—even in the coziest of spaces. About Addie Wieland: Addie Wieland is a LCSW in texas. Her expertise, training, and interest are working with young adults who feel worthless, struggle with being themselves, apologize all the time, struggle with anxiety, or feel like they have to put on this mask in order for people to accept them. A lot of times, this can be connected to past experiences. She help people work through their past so they can be at peace, accept all parts of their story, and live in the present. In June of 2019, she started Everyday Bravery Counseling while working at a college counseling center. She began seeing clients online. In August of 2019, her husband, and young daughter set off on their first RV adventure traveling through several states. Now, she travel off and on in their fifth wheel with her husband, 3-year-old daughter, and 9-month-old son, while being an online therapist. Connect with Addie: FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/846113827184917 IG link: https://www.instagram.com/nomadicallythriving/ Alma is on a mission to simplify access to high-quality, affordable mental health care by giving providers the tools they need to build thriving in-network private parties. When providers join Alma, they gain access to insurance support, teletherapy software, client referrals, automated billing and scheduling tools, and a vibrant community of clinicians that come together for education, training, and events. Learn more about Alma. Connect with me: Instagram: @thetravelingtherapist_kym The Traveling Therapist Membership: https://kymtolson.kartra.com/page/travelingtherapistmembership Revolutionize Your Private Practice with AI Course: https://kymtolson.kartra.com/page/ai Signup to learn more about life as Traveling Therapist: https://landing.mailerlite.com/webforms/landing/l2v7c3 The Traveling Therapist Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/onlineandtraveling/ Bill Like A Boss Insurance Billing Community: https://kymtolson.kartra.com/page/blab Subscribe to the Podcast: Apple iTunes | Spotify | Google Podcast | Stitcher | Amazon | Castbox
Every industry has a guru, spokesperson, or GO-TO resource. For digital nomads, that's Kristin Wilson. Kristin, also known as Traveling with Kristin on YouTube and Instagram, is the host of Badass Digital Nomads podcast, the author of Digital Nomads For Dummies, and the Go Overseas Mentor at International Living. Who better to walk us through the digital nomad experience than a contributor to the “For Dummies” series?! Kristin is also a DJ on the side - we love a multi-passionate nomad who shows us what it looks like to travel and actively pursue your hobbies. But how do you ACTUALLY pursue hobbies, run a business, and travel? Sounds like a fast path to burnout, right? Today, we'll get into how to avoid soul-sucking burnout, and get real about why Americans have certain stereotypes that follow them from country to country. If you're hoping to travel more in the coming months, you're going to love this episode. Listen to my episode with Kristin of her podcast, Badass Digital Nomads, HERE! In this episode, we chat about: Finding your travel style and embracing slow travel How to make friends while traveling Why it's so important to establish financial stability before embarking on a digital nomad journey How you can actually save more money by being a digital nomad (yes, we're serious) American stereotypes - why can't we shake them off? How influencers can create an influx of travel in certain destinations Want to launch a podcast? Grab my FREE cheat sheet right HERE. Connect with Kirstin: Instagram Listen to Badass Digital Nomads on Spotify Listen to Badass Digital Nomads on Apple Check out Traveling with Kristin on Youtube Website Buy Digital Nomads for Dummies Connect with me: Website 1:1 Coaching Mic Drop Instagram Want to send a voice note to the podcast and have Chelsea answer you on air? Do so HERE. Full transcript HERE Don't forget to rate, review, and share in the group text. This podcast is free and ratings/reviews and shares are our currency. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/in-my-non-expert-opinion/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/in-my-non-expert-opinion/support
Spain's digital nomad visa is finally (actually) available! So today we sit down with Laura Lleixa, Head of European Immigration at Lexidy Law, who specializes in helping foreigners obtain one of the most anticipated digital nomad visas in the world. Laura shares everything you need to know if you want to come spend a year (or more!) in España, as well as her top tips for making your application standout, and how to avoid some of the pitfalls that plagued applicants early on. We also discuss our favorite locations throughout Spain, and share why we think it's one of the best places in the world to live and explore. Connect and learn more about Laura's work at: Website - https://www.lexidy.com/ My LinkedIn profile - https://www.linkedin.com/in/laurafustelleixa/ This episode was brought to you by Lexidy, the team of lawyers and advisors I trust for all my visa, tax, and property challenges in Spain, Greece, Italy, France & Portugal. Use the code "AboutAbroad2023" to receive 10% of your first service, and learn more at https://bit.ly/3LsmYgP If you're enjoying the podcast, please consider taking 2 minutes to leave a short review at: RateThisPodcast.com/aboutabroad
Tash Walker is the founder of a firm and spends her Fridays making marmalade.Before instituting a four-day workweek at her firm, The Mix, she barely had time for her relationships. She decided to start doing research about different ways of working. There had to be a better way than the default options of "Summer Fridays" and "flexible work," that never seem to make less anxiety or stress-ridden.In her research, she discovered many examples of Swedish companies embracing 4-day workweeks and also found that when they instituted it, they often helped improve productivity. After bringing the option to her team at The Mix, they decided to do a three-month trial. They didn't even tell their clients.The funny thing? The clients didn't even notice. Even better, when they shared it with their clients - they weren't offended. They were curious to learn more and impressed that they had prioritized their people. While many quickly reflex to "well that can't work here," Tash and her team went forward anyway and have shown that a 4-day work week can work and it can work in professional services - an industry where many take for granted the fact that you should always be available for your clients.Beyond improving the lives of the people at the firm, they achieved some incredible results: Revenues up 57% Absenteeism down 75% Productivity stayed the same Doubled the number of clients Client referrals up 50% Want to learn how to make this happen at your company? You can download their "4-day week" report which is one of the best reports I've seen on the future of work.
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Does anybody actually enjoy learning things the hard way? Do you ever wish there was an encyclopedia of mistakes to avoid before you make them? With over 14 combined years of regular travel, Jeff and Marisa have made almost every mistake in the digital nomad travel book. And that's a huge benefit for you, because with this episode you'll learn about all the real-world screwups that people make when they first become digital nomads, and you can avoid them. Learn tricks on booking flights, getting data for your phone and wifi plans, how to pack, and how to maintain a sustainable and healthy lifestyle and more. Want to get a remote job? We help you do that! Get on our email list and get free remote job listings sent to your inbox daily! https://beachcommute.com/remote-travel-jobs-daily/
The real test of the strength of your own positioning, messaging and marketing is when the economy is challenging. Not when clients are flush with cash and enjoying overinflated marketing budgets — as they were over the past three years. That's why it's so important to continually improve your own marketing skills and habits. And that's why the topic of marketing your business will be a recurring theme in this podcast and in my newsletter for the next few months. Because, frankly, the past few years have made us soft. It was too easy to land work. My guest in this week's episode is Amy Suto, a freelance memoir ghostwriter and Amazon KDP publishing expert. What I find impressive about Amy's business is that over the course of a few short years she's been able to go from earning $30 an hour as a freelance writer to earning a whopping $750 an hour. Not only that, but she's continually booked solid at that rate. And she does this while spending a big part of the year traveling and working from beautiful locations all around the world. It almot sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? In this episode Amy explains where she started, how she got to her current level of success, what she does to continually attract her ideal clients, and how she can command these ultra-high-end rates. (Hint: narrowing down your focus is a big part of her secret!) We talk a lot of strategy, but we also get tactical. It's a great conversation for any writer, regardless of where you are in your journey.