Everyone has a natural tendency to be either a “project person” or a “perpetual person”. Successful hiring relies on knowing which type of person a role requires.
On the fairly safe assumption that you want more money than you currently have: investing, saving and earning.
Which should you focus on? The answer might surprise you…
Your job, your family, accommodation, school, admin…all challenges in location independence. And all solvable.
One of the biggest decisions in location independence is how to handle “home”: do you travel full-time, or maintain a permanent home base you can go back to, or something else?
We’ve tried three different models over the years – each with their own pros and cons.
Standard goal-setting advice is to come up with a definition of achieving your goal that’s specific and measurable, then work backwards to make a plan for how you’ll get there.
In most cases, this is great advice. But for one of the most important subjects there is – the success of your own life – I believe you should do the opposite.
Know that when you email me, I will be silently judging you. And if you do any of these things, the judgement won’t be kind.
Save time and energy by ignoring your responsibilities. Strategically, of course.
Why children are happier and more successful than you are. And younger, obviously.
My notes from the first book that ever got me excited about accounting.
Is it really possible to earn a living while travelling the world? Yes. Is it easy? Helllll no.