If you could be anywhere in the world right now, where would you be?
Those that live a location independent lifestyle can truly be anywhere, at anytime. Some of them even do it full-time.
A big reason I left my job at Google (and the “job” world in general) was because no matter how hard I tried I couldn’t escape the feeling of being locked down. When you work for someone else, you’re obligated to be where they want you to be. There are very few exceptions, and most are temporary.
In America, we’re only given a standard issue two weeks of vacation time per year. Having a love for travel and experiencing life in different parts of the world does not work well with this policy.
So what are you supposed to do?
Watch the short video below to learn more.
Living a Location Independent Lifestyle
This is a snippet of my life, how it actually is. I didn’t film this on the beach and try to sell you on some cheesy dream (although that might have have looked cooler). All I’m exposing is freedom.
Solopreneurs, entrepreneurs, and digital nomads all around the world are living this way right now. Many of them have created niche online businesses that support the lifestyle of their choice. And others have even evolved far beyond that, devoting themselves to contributing on a grand scale, and still having the flexibility that a location independent lifestyle provides.
Most of these people are not traditional entrepreneurs, these are modern-day solopreneurs. People using the skills they already have to build a product, offer a service, and launch small online businesses. Solopreneurs are people who are finding the intersection between what the world needs, what they love, and what they already know.
With a location independent lifestyle, you can be anywhere in the world. You can build a business around your lifestyle, not the other way around. Many solopreneurs travel a lot. Others just like the flexibility and idea of being able to work from a cafe, a friend’s house, or home.
If you’re like me, you enjoy having a home base, but you love being able to travel, mix work with play, and explore different parts of the world for no reason at all.
Life should be fulfilling, in every way. We shouldn’t have to work to live and trade our time for our freedom.