Business and life coach, Kathleen Ventura, discuss how she built a location independent business, the book that pushed her over the edge with her 9-5, the resources she used when starting out, her tips for building an active Facebook group for your business, how to deal with the Impostor Syndrome, and why jealousy can sometimes be a good thing.
To get a free download of Tim Ferriss' 4-Hour Workweek* or Kathleen's bonus download of The Ultimate Guide to Creating Coaching Packages, check out the show notes on the Living Unconventionally website.
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Business and life coach, Kathleen Ventura, brings a fun but real perspective on living a location independent lifestyle and creating a business that aligns with your priorities.
To view Kathleen's Tedx Talk or hear the bonus clip from our pre-interview chat, be sure to check out the show notes on the Living Unconventionally website.
In this solo episode, I get real about the struggles of our journey to purge 90% of our stuff, build two location independent businesses, sell our home, and travel the United States in an RV. Is it all worth it? Take a listen to find out!
To hear more about our journey, check out my website!
Steve discusses his entrepreneurial journey from working a job that contributed to his drug and alcohol addictions to now living his dream life and fulling his purpose. He also talks about the book that convinced him he could turn his message and passions into a business.
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Steve talks about how finally realizing who he truly is and what he truly wants out of life helped him be his "authentic self" and not just what everyone else said he should be. That realization has lead him from a toxic marriage and drug and alcohol addictions to now living his dream life and being the best father he can be.
To learn more about Steve's journey, click here.
I talk about my absolute favorite non-fiction book, The Art of Non-Conformity by Chris Guillebeau, and why I think EVERYONE should read it and let it inspire them to change their life.
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Shawn, aka The Natural Professional, discusses the biggest mind shift she had to make when switching from a local business to an online one, how digital nomads differ from typical entrepreneurs, and her advice for those looking to start a location independent business.
To learn more about Shawn and her DIY retreat, click here.
In Part 1 of my interview with Shawn Tuttle, aka The Natural Professional, we discuss her many, many travels all around the world, how to land the elusive house sitting gigs, and why it's important to not let being an introvert prevent you from traveling.
You can learn more about Shawn by visiting her website, linked to in the show notes here.
I discuss our honeymoon in Paris, France that included a bomb scare at the airport, a near mugging, and a spiritual experience.
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Amber and Eric get real about the struggles of being travel bloggers and digital nomads. They also talk about why it's important to diversify your income streams, top resources for people looking to ditch their 9-5, and their advice for those people.
Find links to all the resources here.
Amber and Eric from With Husband in Tow discuss their extensive travels in Europe, Asia, and various other countries, living in Bali and Thailand, and the website they use to help ensure they always have the best seats on their flights.
Find links to everything we talked about in today's episode in the show notes on my website by clicking here.
In this special episode you finally get to meet my husband, Bryan! I talked him into joining me for a brief interview/conversation so you guys can get to know him a little better and hear his thoughts on our unconventionally journey.
You can put a face to the voice by checking out the show notes on my website here.
In Part 2 of my interview with Stephanie from Quarter Life Epiphany, we talk about her business as a Freelance Writer and Social Media Consultant. We also talk about the organization she uses to get sponsored posts from non-profits, affiliate marketing, and how she gets sponsored hotel stays.
You can find links to the items discussed in today's episode in the show notes at livingunconventionally.com/episode014.