I like to think of myself as somewhat of an expert when it comes to travelling and running a business. I mean, I’ve built my entire business around this.
Over the years I have developed a few tricks and hacks for making my business run while on the fly, but doing this is definitely easier as a single woman then having a family in tow!
That’s why I was really excited to interview proud father of 6 beautiful children, Greg Denning this week, who is known for his family travel escapades, to show you how it’s done.
In 2007 he, along with his wife Rachel, decided to cut off from the world and just travel and make a living. They were parents at the time, but decided it was time to take this courageous leap of faith and start living life on their own terms – anywhere and everywhere.
To date this traveling family has seen several continents, covering countries from USA, Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, and even as far as India to name a few.
Of course there were people that thought they were crazy. Hell, people even think I’m nuts! But that didn’t stop them. This amazing family has found their own special way to travel extensively and balance it with their work.
They make a living from multiple revenue streams such as coaching, teaching and mentoring clients, as well as earning money through real estate and stock market investments.
Like any other journey, they too have had their share of hardships but have managed to find a system where they can afford to travel and successfully home school their children at the same time.
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What you’ll learn in this podcast:
- The importance of letting go of fear and taking that big leap of faith
- How to make your life more fulfilling
- How they have learned to live in the moment rather than in fear
- Why it is important to keep yourself motivated
- A closer look at how Greg and his family have managed to travel and make a living
- Feeling charitable? Here’s a look at the philanthropic side of Greg
- How the Denning’s have home schooled their children and how you can too
- The importance of having a vision and purpose
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Key resources mentioned in this podcast:
- The language tool that helped Greg learn Spanish; Duolingo
- Stay motivated and up to date by checking out Discover Share Inspire
- Stop by his personal site GregDenning.com for even more great information
- Greg’s philanthropic passion project Mayan Eco Homestead, learning center for malnourished Guatemalan families
- Check out Chapter 3 of my Suitcase Entrepreneur book where I talk about Greg and his family
- Your location can influence so much, which is why I have created my Highflyer Retreats. Details here
- Vision is important. Check out mine via my Painted Picture and the Denning’s here
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