Don’t put all your eggs in one basket. I'm guessing you've heard that phrase before, and I would guess the literal meaning is that if you put all your eggs in one basket, and then you drop the basket, all the eggs will break, and you’ll be left with no eggs.
Running a business from anywhere is not really that much different than running a business from one place. There are just a couple important things to set up, and you'll be ready to go!
I know how easy it is to get bogged down in the logistics of creating a nomadic life, which can seem really complicated sometimes. But let's put it all in perspective, shall we? To have the freedom to go anywhere in the world, there are only a few things you really need.
It’s time to find out where things really stand, so you can stop using money as an excuse for not taking action, and instead get clear on exactly what action you need to take to make your money situation fit your ideal lifestyle.
One of the most challenging parts of location independence (but also a wonderful problem to have, I know!) is deciding where to go, when, and why, when you can essentially go anywhere, anytime. I've written before about how to decide where to go, but here I share what this looks like in real time, in my own Nomadtopia.
This is Step 5 in the 7 Steps to a Life of Travel series. Before you go, some things will have to be taken OFF autopilot, and others will need to be put ON autopilot.
Having a way to make money from anywhere is one of the essential components of a successful location-independent lifestyle (aka Nomadtopia). This post lays out some of what's worked for me and things to consider as you work on your money plan. This is Step 1 of the 7 Steps to a Life of Travel.
Many people assume that to be location independent, or to travel a lot, you need to make a lot of money, be independently wealthy, or have a ton of money in the bank, but that isn't necessarily true. I have been location independent since 2004, and I am far from being a millionaire.