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Buy for $14.95
Escape the daily grind, work anywhere, and enjoy a meaningful life.
The new breed of entrepreneur values time over money, discovery over comfort, and experiences over status.
This book will unshackle you from needless expense, make you move your life and work online, get you to escape employment, and provide you with actionable strategies to make a living from more meaningful work.
- Location-independent business models explained
- In-depth interviews with the new breed of nomad entrepreneurs including Justin Cooke from Empire Flippers, Dan Andrews from Tropical MBA and the Dynamite Circle, Shayna Oliveira, Avery Breyer, Nora Dunn from The Professional Hobo, Jodi Ettenberg from Legal Nomads, Jimmy Naraine, Akash Karia, and more!
- The essential items for remote working
- Mindset approach to living a happier, freer life with no complications and no compromise
The New Freedom is for everybody, no matter where they're from. This book can help those tied to a location by family, as well as footloose young people.
It doesn't matter if you're married with children or single, old or young, entrepreneurial or employed. The online economy, the cloud, mobile computing, and the Internet are already allowing more freedom into your life. The purpose of this book is to help you gain yet more of the new freedom.
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- A curious visitor
Nothing new here
Imagine a watered down version of The Four Hour Workweek (which the author is referring to, so he obviously read it) - that's what's in this book. Absolutely nothing you won't find in The Four Hour Workweek, which is a much, much better book on the same subject, with a lot more meat. The only thing I don't understand is that having read that book, why would the author write this one? I guess it's just another passive income source for the author, for the reader, I don't see the point.