In celebration of the launch of this year’s Paradise Pack, we decided to put together this 777 series. Now, you are probably wondering ‘What’s with the 7’s?’ well this is our 7 most memorable experiences in our 7 years of location independence over the next 7 days.
And we are starting it all off in Myanmar and if you have listened to the podcast before you probably know this as the place where I had my epic meltdown but there is more to the story then just that. So, hit play and enjoy!
In today’s show, Heather & I break down the 7 lessons learned from our 7 years of being location independent which translates into the biggest “Oh bleep, it’s really happening” moments from the last 7 years. Plus we get super real about what we have made financially in these last 6 years, tips on how to create a successful business, and how to get started towards your dream location independent life.
The Paradise Pack – The world’s best bundle of products to help you become location independent. Available for 7 days only (April 23rd April 29th) for a whopping 92% off – then gone forever. Don’t miss it.
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I am stoked to be talking today with my buddy, Jaime Atkinson from The EntrepreneurJunkie.co because I am extremely proud of his journey, his passion for entrepreneurship, and his unflinching honesty.
Today, we dive into his life story which includes the epic curveball that started him down this path, how The Paradise Pack helped launch him into the location independent lifestyle, and how he has navigated through the ups and downs of figuring out what works and what really doesn’t in his businesses. Jaime is a powerhouse of truth and is not afraid to be open about everything when it comes to his life in business so you will definitely walk away today knowing that you can do this and that your mess may end up being your message.
Joining me today is someone who has lived, worked, and traveled in over 150 countries, who set a Guinness World Record on 3,700 km rail journey across China, and who, by the time you’re listening to this, will have embarked on a journey driving a solar-powered tuk-tuk across all of Australia, Julian O’Shea, founder of Unbound and SolarTuk.
Joining me today is someone whose work has graced the cover of National Geographic, who has sold over 150,000 copies of his guidebooks, and who claims to have the best job in the world (I may argue this point), James Kaiser, award-winning travel writer and photographer from JamesKaiser.com.