Natalie Sisson is a New Zealand entrepreneur and adventurer who currently lives on her dream lifestyle property in her home country, and the rest of the time out of her suitcase, traveling the world and running her business and going on adventures.

She’s a bestselling author of this book you’re reading, The Suitcase Entrepreneur, and a sought-after speaker, having spoken at TEDx Royal Tunbridge Wells, Problogger, FinCon, Social Media Marketing World, SociaLight, and more, and the Huffington Post named her one of 50 Must-Follow Women Entrepreneurs in 2017.

She has a dedicated community of Freedomists who have been following
and engaging in her work since 2009 through the Suitcase Entrepreneur established in 2009, and more recently through her Quest for Freedom podcast and vlog at

After eight years in the corporate world, Natalie Sisson left her high-paying job that was sucking the life out of her creativity and ability to put a dent in the world, and flew off to another country to play World Championship Ultimate Frisbee and start her first business.

After cutting her teeth in the entrepreneurial world as a cofounder of a technology start-up, she went on to take her blog, The Suitcase Entrepreneur, and turn it into the thriving multiple six-figure lifestyle business she can run from just a laptop and her smartphone.

Driven by her desire to obtain what most value so highly but few achieve—ultimate freedom—she spent the first two years hustling like crazy, making the same mistakes most new business owners do, and learning a lot of hard lessons before she developed the blueprint to building a thriving online business and her dream global lifestyle.

Now, Natalie teaches thousands of entrepreneurs around through her online programs, workshops and retreats. She is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs uncover the life-changing habits, tools, routines and mindset to experience more everyday personal and professional freedom, so they can truly live the life they desire, while running a profitable business they love.

Natalie is a contributor to Forbes and the Huffington Post and has been featured in many other publications and media outlets including 60 Minutes, Yahoo Finance, The Guardian, the Daily Mail, The Sydney Morning Herald, American Express Open Forum, Mashable, Visa Business Network, Social Media Today, and PayPal.

Originally from New Zealand, Natalie has traveled to seventy countries to date and lived on five continents, won a gold medal in World Championship Beach Ultimate Frisbee and smashed a World Record in Dragonboating with the Sisterhood.

How do I run my profitable mobile business?

To tell the truth, my business has been built by a whole lot of determination and strategic hustle!

I work on planes and in cafes. I turn hotel rooms into podcast studios and I do whatever it takes to serve my audience, consistently.

Now, six years into this amazing journey, I have six major revenue streams that have grown organically out of my blog and subsequent brand:

1. My foundational program The Freedom Plan I designed to help people create their ideal freedom business.
2. Awesome courses like Idea to Income Course for those who want to start an online business but have no idea (or too many ideas to choose from).
3. Compensation for recommending products, programs, business tools I adore
4. Podcast Sponsorship with awesome companies I am proud to align with
5. My No #1 Bestselling Suitcase Entrepreneur book (with more to come)
6. Paid speaking gigs around the world!

My Business and Lifestyle Vision

My life changed again in 2013 when I decided to publicly state my vision for my business and life – what I wanted to achieve in the next three years. I did this by making a ‘Painted Picture’ and I shared it on my blog and through Slideshare.

Since then, it’s had over 53,000 views and over 60% of my vision became a reality within the first 12 months!

In January 2015, I created my NEW vision for life and business (43,000+ views) and it’s already coming true along with my grand plans to create the World’s first Global Freedom Study through my new business initiative, Right2Freedom.

I’d love for you to take a look at it below to see my vision for living life, running my businesses, what I offer, how I feel, who I surround myself with, how my team works and more.

I’ve grown The Suitcase Entrepreneur into a thriving online community of thousands of men and women and lots of happy readers and customers.

But what I really live for is helping people create a business that lets them truly live their ideal lifestyle and chase all the adventure and freedom they could ever want.

Here are a few highlights of my journey of weaving business and life together:

  • 2016 nominated and spoke at TEDx Royal Tunbridge Wells, represented New Zealand Women at the World Ultimate Frisbee Championships in London coming 5th in the world and winning spirit and named one of 50 Must-Follow Women Entrepreneurs in 2017 on Huffington Post
  • 2015 started my second business initiative rolling – the Right2Freedom movement which is my next big body of work
  • 2014 launched my most definitive online program The Freedom Plan to hundreds of global entrepreneurs and freedom seekers
  • 2013 came fourth with GB Women at the European Championships of Beach Ultimate in Spain, published The Suitcase Entrepreneur book to the world and had my Suitcase Entrepreneur Podcast nominated as the Top 10 in Business at the Podcast Awards.
  • 2012 In March to May I cycled from Nairobi to Cape Town and over 6,000 km while raising over $12,600 for Women Win in the process. Find out about this journey here!

Facts about me you may not know:

I’ve traveled to 69 countries so far and my aim is to see half the world. In the last 12 months alone I’ve visited 4 continents, 18 countries and 25 different cities (several more than once).
I fancy myself as a bit of a pool shark, and table tennis too and have an odd penchant for picking guys up in bars (no, literally picking them up off their feet – especially the taller and heavier). It’s a rugby lift thing.
I almost got arrested in Sydney when I told security that he didn’t need to check my bag for explosives because they were strapped to my chest (yes I know, stupid joke to make).
I entered Burma illegally in 2006 and got chased out by a crazy man with a gun.
I have New Zealand and United Kingdom passport and Canadian Permanent residency. Last year I was told I was officially a fiscal nomad – love that title.
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