[Day 3] Should You Start a New Business While You Travel?

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30 Day Blog Challenge Day 3

Once you make the decision on what you want to do and where you want to be, it becomes a whole lot easier to make bigger decisions – like building a business – especially if you’re already on the road.

That being said, there are definitely some critical elements that you’ve got to understand before you start traveling and building your business.

First off you can absolutely start your business while traveling. The key difference between whether this is going to succeed or not is where you’re really clear on your vision for your ideal lifestyle.

30 Day Blog Challenge Day 3

In Chapter 2 of my book I talk about reclaiming your childhood dreams on what you really wanted your life to look like. If you’ve abandoned that dream as you entered adult hood then it’s time to get it back and focus on what you really want out of life and business.

In the recommended resources below my video you’ll find an inspiring video from Randy Pausch that will help you on that one – it’s a MUST watch.

The next thing to consider, and we will cover this more during this series is understanding all that comes with working from anywhere and the fun challenges you’re going to come up against.

If you’re not techie it can be more difficult, but not impossible, and I talk to this in this video.

And with the right pieces in place, you can accomplish pretty much work from anywhere in the world doing what you love – even if this is your first time branching out from the 9-5 lifestyle.

In this video, you’ll learn:

  • Whether or not you need a firm, established business before you travel
  • My top tips for staying disciplined and focused on the road
  • What you should do as a business owner if you’re not techie

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Day 3’s Blog Challenge to accept in 3 easy steps

1. Write a response blog post to this question:

What’s your definition of freedom in business and adventure in life?

Top Tip: You can carry on from Day 2 and the work you did around clarifying what you could do if you could do anything at all.

2. Let us know you’ve written a blog post:

Don’t forget to copy and paste the URL of this blog post into your `trackbacks’ section under your blog post so we know you’ve written a response.

3. Embed the 30 Day Blog Challenge badge in your post:

Choose the badge you most like from right here. Then just COPY the HTML code already pre done for you, and PASTE it into the HTML tab of your post.

Read these resource posts to help you

Check out this post on How To Be a Big Kid and Lead The Life You Want

For inspiring stories of people who’ve followed their own path read  How to Turn an Idea Into a Business

How to Increase Productivity in Your Business From Anywhere in the World 

Business AND Job: Here’s How to Juggle Both by Natalie MacNeil

What’s next in the 30 Day Blog Challenge?

If you want to go above and beyond you can:

Share this on social media in one click:

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Buy my new book on Amazon – for the next few days it’s the best investment of your life at $8.99 for the Kindle and if you buy the paperback you get the Kindle for just $2.99!

Start following the Pinterest board for this challenge as I pin your posts there daily! It’s a beautiful visual presentation

Stay tuned for tomorrow’s blog post for Day 4 on What it really takes to be location independent.

Prompt question is What is your definition of location independence?

Round up of just some of your fab Day 3 Blog Posts

Who’s part of this challenge and what are they blogging about today?

And there a ton more in the comments.

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