How To Become a Digital Nomad

“Risk-taking, trust, and serendipity are key ingredients of joy. Without risk, nothing new ever happens. Without trust, fear creeps in. Without serendipity, there are no surprises” Rita Golden Gelman

Today I am excited to  introduce you to my new friend Christine from almostfearless.com. Why am I excited? As many of you know, I love traveling and being independent, and Christine can help you achieve both.

I recently reviewed her ebook “Going Digital” on how to become a digital nomad. I can honestly say that I love her guide, Christine is honest and straight to the point. The guide is beautifully written and covers the essentials to becoming a digital nomad, allowing you to work from anywhere there is wifi connection.

Ever since Tim Ferris burst onto the scene  with his “4hour work week”, everyone started dreaming of a location independent lifestyle. But the reality is that even though so many people read it, very few made the jump. It can be overwhelming with the amount of information out there on creating this type of lifestyle, that many just become frustrated and give up.

Christine has been living and working abroad since 2008, so she knows what she is talking about. She quit her good job with a fortune 500 company, to pursue a lifelong dream of traveling the globe with her family. She initially did this by selling all her stuff and setting up her freelance writing business online.
Her Book Covers:

  • Exactly what it is to be a digital nomad.
  • Why you should and could become a digital nomad.
  • Exploring the many options that may be available for you to go digital.
  • Picking your digital career.
  • How you may be able to turn your present job to a digital one.
  • The positives and negatives of going digital and how you can overcome them.
  • Starting a small business built around your talents or skills.
  • Do you really have what it takes to live a location independent lifestyle.
  • How to deal with the inevitable time differences.
  • Once you reach your goal, how to make sure your in this for the long haul.

So If you are ready for a change and you are willing to work hard, make sure you check out her guide and make the leap into the land of adventure. Plus its only 13 bucks, which is a small investment that could radically change your lifestyle for the better. Click Here To Check It Out Now.

(editors note: these are my affiliate links, if you decide to purchase you are directly supporting my dream of being a full time writer, thanks a bunch in advance)

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5 Responses to How To Become a Digital Nomad

  1. Although being digital nomad is tempting on one hand, I would not choose this lifestyle because I think that for family with kids (which I plan to have) it is better to live at one place which can be called “home”. But being independent from my full time job is my dream too. 🙂
    falco´s last blog post ..Sound of rain: The poetry of the nature

  2. Hmm, I have her ebook, no offence, but it didnt tell me anything I havent read on countless other digital nomad blogs online.

    What I want to know is, what do you do when you dont have a business idea of a career to take digital?

    Where are the ebooks telling you how to discover the business for you instead of how to take that business digital.
    The Dame´s last blog post ..Volunteering at The Gibbon Project in Phuket, Thailand

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