Lynan Saperstein: A global life and business
September 17, 2014 | Podcast
Lynan Saperstein’s intuition and sense of her greater purpose has led her to places like Costa Rica, Peru, Italy, Croatia, England, NYC, and California—just in the last two years. Along the way, she’s found a rhythm that works for her, her business has gone global, and she’s gathered an international team and community to support her and her clients.
Most Memorable Location-Independent Experience
I have so many, but I always fall back on when I first started my journey, and I moved to Costa Rica for a client project. I was walking on the beach the second day I was there with the most beautiful sky. I broke down in tears because I was living my dream, being paid to live and work from a gorgeous exotic location.
Biggest Surprises along the Way
The nomad lifestyle can be a bit lonely sometimes without a partner. In addition, I have been surprised by how easily I can make a foreign city my hometown and how quickly it can feel like home.
In this episode
- What it means to be an intuitive nomad
- Working with clients on location
- Dating as a nomad
- Finding and creating community around the world
- How and why she works with a global team (see links to her fave tools below)
- How being a nomad can make you a better entrepreneur (and even help grow your business)
- And so much more
Resources we talked about
Note: Links with an asterisk are affiliate links, which means you may receive free credit or another bonus and I may earn a small commission or other benefits if you sign up/purchase using that link. There’s no additional cost to you, of course!
- Nomadtopia Facebook group
- Exosphere (biz boot camp in Chile)
- WhatsApp (free messaging app)
- Voxer (instant voice/messaging app)
- Facebook video messaging
- Pinger (messaging even to non-smartphones)
- Google Voice
- Rebtel (phone calls from regular phones at Skype prices—sign up with this link and get $5 credit)
- AwayFind (closed down in 2015—so sad!)
- Traveling Mailbox*
- Lynan’s written interview on Nomadtopia