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I’m an Anywhereist – and I Can Help You to Be One, Too
There’s never been a better time to take control of your work and unplug from the corporate cubicle, whether as a freelancer, solopreneur, business owner, or employee working remotely from the location of your choice.
I started back in 2012 when I moved to the Republic of Panama.
Now we’re in the midst of another enormous global change (thanks, pandemic). [Read more. . .]
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In the last three newsletters, we’ve talked about the mindset you need to create a successful Anywhereist life. You need to have:
- a minimalist mindset that helps you get rid of excess baggage (both physical and mental)
- a growth mindset, where you believe you can make incremental improvements to up your skill or mastery — it’s not just innate ability.
Today we’re going to take a deep dive into the next ingredient you’ll need (and you’ll need a whole lot of this).
Since you’re already thinking about ways to restructure your business and your life to . . .
I’ve been extremely attracted to the idea of working from anywhere ever since I first heard about it. The freedom that comes with such a lifestyle really appeals to me. Now, it’s not merely an attractive idea, but I’ve decided to proactively pursue the life of an Anywhereist.
To be honest, I’ve never been interested in lounging on the beach with my laptop, an image often used to portray the life of a digital nomad. One, I have no interest in staring at a computer screen while surrounded by such a beautiful environment. Two, I wouldn’t want to chance the possibility of ruining my laptop by getting sand inside it. . .
. . . Working at the beach may be your ideal, but here are ten awesome reasons why I want to become an Anywhereist . . .