Focus on Your Craft, Not the Cr*p
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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. . .]
Recent . . .
I know someone who carries more than 70 years worth of heavy emotional baggage around with him all the time. Slights he suffered, wrongs that were done to him, misunderstandings, poor decisions. . . he never lets go of anything.
Being around someone like that is exhausting, and I can’t even imagine what it’s like to be inside his head. Eventually all that emotional baggage takes a physical toll.
Some people can’t sleep because their minds are racing, racing, racing all the time. They can’t seem to let go of all the things they need to do tomorrow, discussions they keep replaying, etc.
In the last newsletter, we talked about . . .
To succeed as an Anywhereist, you need to get rid of your excess baggage.
What do I mean by that?
It’s simple — anything that can bog you down or slow you down, will. More than you think.
So, to live your most rewarding life, get rid of your excess baggage, whether it’s physical, digital, or emotional.
Before moving to Panama, we sold nearly everything we owned. We stored a few things, and sold or gave away everything else. When