Sold Everything and Traveled the World
Some people think we’re crazy. But what’s more crazy? Living the life on a paradise island or working crazy 60 hour weeks just to afford 2 weeks in the sun? I think you know the answer.
We set out on a journey that took us on places we could only dream about: from snorkeling the coral reefs of Fiji to exploring the backstreets of Tokyo to mountain biking the wildernesses of New Zealand. This is our Location Independent story and it’s one anyone can achieve with the right planning and a bit of determination.
That’s why I wrote this guide “The First 20 Steps” because getting started can often be the hardest part. Take a look and see what you think. It’s free. Just enter your email in the signup box below. So what are you waiting for?
This is what people say about my guides:
– Fabrizio Martini, Italy
If you too are putting your dreams on hold until (Fill in the Blank_______) then pick this up and get some well healed advice. Brown ditched the corporate wheel, and can be now found traveling the globe with his family, living the words in this book to the fullest. Mix “The 4 Hour Work Week” with equal measures of “Into the Wild”, “On the Road” and “How to be Free” and you’ll be part way to the topics and inspiration found here – from the types of ways to earn an income while traveling (including Pay Rates) to the cost of living in over 40 cities. From the cost of a taxi around the world to the cities with the most hours of sunshine, Brown has you covered.
With inspiring quotes dotted along the way, like Seth Godin’s classic ‘Instead of wondering when your next vacation is, maybe you should set up a life you don’t need to escape from’, this is a great place to start if you already have one foot out of the door towards living your dream. As the author wisely says, ‘Life expands when you step out of your comfort zone’.
A great book, filled with useful and useable information and advice. Definitely worth it’s weigh in gold. Or sand if that’s what you dream about.
– Ian Stewart, USA
– Fraser Thom, Spain
– Constance Carter, UK
– Barry Cooney, Ireland