Plenty of people want to travel the world and run a business from anywhere, but only a small percentage of them transform their dreams to reality. Of those who make the leap, few can explain it well. Natalie Sisson is the perfect exception: a suitcase entrepreneur with a track record, who can also show you exactly how it’s done. Read this book and choose your own adventure.
Chris GuillebeauNYT bestselling author of The $100 Startup
Natalie mixes the very best of fun and inspiration with practical, actionable tools to get you set for a viable location independent business. While there is specific travel-related information, any entrepreneur will benefit from learning how to have a lean, flexible business.
Pamela Slimauthor, business coach escapefromcubiclenation.com
The Suitcase Entrepreneur” is a real gem: it contains more resources than I have seen in any other book of its type, and is the ultimate one-stop-resource guide for budding suitcase entrepreneurs. This is not a book that sketches out a dream and leaves you hanging, it’s a solidly researched (yet readable) book that tells you exactly what that dream can look like and the exact tools you can use to get there, starting now. Best of all it’s written by someone who is living this life herself, and knows what she is talking about. This is one you’ll want in your pocket as you navigate your new (or growing) business, and to dip into as you build your travel lifestyle: I predict Natalie’s book will become a must-read for people joining the ranks of suitcase entrepreneurs everywhere.
Marianne Cantwellauthor of best seller Free Range Humans