[TSE 11] How To Become A Location Independent Rebel With Sean Ogle

Posted on / by Natalie Sisson / in Podcast / 6 comments
Suitcase Entrepreneur Podcast with Sean Ogle

You can’t help but like Sean Ogle. He has an infectious energy, a great attitude to life, and it’s true to say he’s popular with the ladies (all his friends say so at least). More importantly he’s a location independent rebel and blogs about it to his adoring community.

We met at the World Domination Summit and instantly found common ground discussing our nomadic lives and love for freedom. He’s spent the last two years of his life learning how to travel and work from anywhere in the world too. You could say he’s the male version of me….Sean might put it another way, but hey, this is my blog!

Even though he graduated with a finance degree and had a job as a finance analyst for 2 years, he hated it and knew he wanted to be entrepreneur. So during this day job, he started creating a website listing his ‘bucket list’ to the public. He also taught himself SEO, and from that he managed to quit that job and build a lifestyle business consulting to small and large businesses. He has never looked back.

At the time I interviewed him, he was just off to shoot a TV segment on bucket lists and then embark on a delicious sounding trip to South East Asia, which I must admit I was slightly jealous of as it’s one of my favourite regions to travel to. Just before he left, Sean had launched his latest online program Location Rebel, where he teaches people how to turn their skills into business, and had sold out all 24 spots at $297 each, in less than an hour!

So let’s find out the real story behind Sean’s location independent lifestyle business and pick his brain on how you can do it to – if you’re up for it.

In this interview with Sean Ogle you’ll learn:

  • What his defining moment in life was that made a difference to where he is now
  • How much effort he put into his online business before he made his first sale
  • His secret social media tool that has doubled his traffic!
  • The trick to outsourcing effectively, regardless of timezone
Click on the play button at the top or download this in iTunes or Stitcher Radio (and don’t forget to leave a review!).

Sean’s Top Social Media Tips

Too many people use it as a one way stream of communication. Sean likes to use it as a two way conversation starter, often using his updates to ask questions to communicate to his audience. He also hearts Twitter as one of his key tools. Oh and you have to listen to the podcast to find out his favourite tool that drives him a ton of traffic.

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Leave a comment for this location rebel – anything goes.

  • Ok….read your article. Especially on writing blogs. So, take a look at my blog which I’ve been writing for over two years and haven’t made a dime off of. http://misfit120.wordpress.com……any suggestions?

    • Natalie

      Well I just took a look at your blog and you don’t have any advertising on it for items for sale, affiliate products or any way to make money aside from a PayPal donation link. Although your content is good and entertaining and provocative so you first need to commit to what your blog goals are, and then go about implementing them. Can’t answer it in a comment but read my BYOB book -that will definitely help http://t5e.wpengine.com/byob/

  • Natalie,

    Great interview here with Sean. I so much love when i read, see or meet people who are doing exceptional great things online and Sean is part of them.

    Sheyi

  • Top 3 tools that revolutionized the way he works very usefull

  • great tips Thanks

  • great tips Thanks

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