Today I’m going to be talking about how you can start to make your own location independent money. This is what fuels your dreams, the ability to earn money without having to go into an office or punch a clock. I’ll be sharing ten ways you can turn your expertise and your experience into legitimate location independent income. This is the key to creating a digital nomadic life. I’ll be talking about a number of different ways that you can start earning location independent money today.

Tune in to this week’s episode to find out:

  • How learning to code can allow you to earn money online.
  • How to find companies that are hiring remote staff.
  • The benefits and challenges of drop shipping.
  • What it takes to build and monetize websites through advertising.
  • The differences between consulting and coaching.
  • How people in a number of different occupations can become location independent.

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The following resources give practical advice more generally about earning money online while being location independent:

  • Making it Anywhere: Mish and Rob have made a successful life being location independent, running a number of businesses, including copywriting, brand consulting and digital nomad coaching. Their site includes a great blog which has a lot of free information on earning money online.
  • Tropical MBA: A popular website created by Dan Andrews designed squarely for the online entrepreneur, focusing on how to build an online business that fits in with your lifestyle (rather than the other way around). He is also quite the prolific podcaster .
  • Nomad List: The definitive list for location independent hotspots, including a breakdown of the cost of
    living for each city. Number 1 on the trending list is currently Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  • #nomads: A spin off from Nomad List, it’s a chat community where you can talk to other digital nomads in your location, or field of work. As I mentioned above, you need to be social to get the most out of this lifestyle, both personally and professionally.
  • Around the World in 80 Jobs: Turner Barr chronicles his adventures doing weird and wonderful jobs abroad, and along the way shows other people how they can earn money on the road.
  • Web Work Travel: Johannes Voelkner, a German online marketer, shares his productivity tips for being location independent.
  • Nomadic Notes: A travel blog with the most comprehensive list of resources 1 on the internet for location independent workers. The list includes digital nomad websites, blogs, courses, books and magazines, and podcasts.
  • The Suitcase Entrepreneur: Create Freedom in Business and Adventure in Life: If ebooks are more your thing, I highly recommend this one by Natalie Sisson, which goes into considerable detail about packaging and selling your skills, and building a business online.

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