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The more you talk to entrepreneurs who've carved out a successful lifestyle for themselves being location independent, you more you realize how important it is to learn from the stories of others.

A lot of people on this forum ask familiar questions like 'how do I get started?' 'where should I focus?' 'how do I grow my business?' etc. Here are the stories of people I feel have something to offer in answering those questions:

http://www.barefootjournal.com/location-independent-entrepreneur-digital-nomad/
If you want a better life, tell a better story. The simplest way to do that is to learn from the stories of others. That's why I wanted to share 16 inspiring stories from location independent entrepreneurs. These are entrepreneurs I follow myself.
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Love these stories as well - it's always wonderful to connect with others who are succeeding at what they do. 
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Scenes from a recent Psytrance party in Goa, India!
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Dave Browne

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Yes, down with patriotism. I believe the world will be much better without it. There wouldn't be any starving people, that's for sure.
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Hi Nomads, here are a few cool destinations 
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Living in Sofia, I confirm the 32mbps speed :)
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Hello, all! I hope it's OK that I wanted to share my memoir with other nomadic types. :)... In part inspired by #AmandaPalmer, I've decided to join the age of the #GiftEconomy in the arts, so you can now get the ebook of my memoir, Corpses Rarely Wander: How I Became a Loveless, Trailer Park Nomad by Paying What you Want/ Can – from $0 to whatever a person feels like giving. I'm really excited about that option! You can find the description of the book and more about the Pay What You Want option here: www.CorpsesRarelyWander.com                                                                            
Enjoy!
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India, the Initiation Begins. #digitalnomad. New post at Nomad40.com http://goo.gl/rPrA6x #goa
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Chatting about how we quit smoking, saved $30,000 for our travels, why we are fine with 8kg luggage on the road and who of us is missing pizza a lot: http://www.barefootjournal.com/ivana-gianni-nomad-beautiful-barefoot-radio-34/
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+Michael Hulleman Thank you. It's only the question of motivation. If we did it, you can do it too :)
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Hey guys, I know it's frowned upon to link to your content without putting in the hard yards on a G+ community, but what the hey, I think this content has a lot to offer.

I've written a detailed guide for editors and proofreaders on how to become location independent and travel the world. There are a lot of resources on the web for earning money online, but as far as I can tell this is the only one directed at professional editors.

If you are an editor and want to pick my brain about becoming location independent, shoot questions at me.
The definitive guide for professional editors and those seeking to become editors to earn money online while being location independent.
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Another interview in the live your life your way series at Wakey Wakey, dewiragi.com:
Meet Ron, self publisher and nomad settled in Chiang Mai, who shares tips and tricks to succeed by publishing on amazon. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CN9JtY1WWBk&list=UUNO-VrSUC-nkSixOfSwzwHQ
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(ON AIR NOW) Clelia Mattana left a successful career in Fashion back in 2012. She went in search of her own daring adventure. She traveled across South East Asia, freediving in the Philippines, visting the temples of Myanmar and the paradise beaches of Thailand. All of this funded by her travel blog. But how did somebody who wasn't either technical or an entrepreneur achieve that? What challenges did she face on the way? Where will Clelia's adven...
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Wakey Wakey interview with Larissa, a drop shipping entrepreneur. 

I was glad to meet Larissa at a digital nomad event that occurred last week in Chiang Mai. 
I hope you like it. Feel free to comment on the post at dewiragi.com, or directly in the below box.

http://dewiragi.com/3-interview-live-life-way-series-larissa-swart-drop-shipping-entrepreneur/
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I'm glad you like it. Please share with your friends, and subscribe to my youtube channel for further interviews, there are few good ones coming up. 
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNO-VrSUC-nkSixOfSwzwHQ
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Working while you travel can certainly be a balancing act sometimes! We've written a blog post on effective time management to help you get the most out of your day 
Hate to break it to you, but we all have 24 hours in the day. Here's how you can maximise that time - tips for effective time management.
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Here's how easy it is to unblock sites like Netflix, BBC iPlayer and Hulu from anywhere in the world!

Enjoy! :-)
Wondering how to open blocked sites? Get Netflix, Facebook or Pandora all unblocked when abroad, in school or at the workplace.
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So there's been some talk about the legality of being a Digital Nomad.
Recent events in Chiang Mai illustrate the importance of creating a passive income while travelling, and highlight additional drawbacks of trading time for money while abroad. Updated Feb 5, 2015. ...
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Nice thanks!
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Jeff Bronson

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My hut in #Goa India! 
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Thanks Sasha, I plan to visit the Banyan soon. I'm still working through many issues here but overall it's magical.
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5 Symptoms of Reverse Culture Shock

Returning home after long-term travel can lead to reverse culture shock. Here's what to watch out for.

#travel   #digitalnomad   #cultureshock   #reversecultureshock   #exploretheworld   #travelblogger   #travelblogarchives   #traveltheworld   #traveltips   #digitalnomadism  
Reverse culture shock can make returning home after travel seriously depressing. Here's how to painlessly transition back into "real life."
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Well, I've experienced some of these symptoms even when I've only traveled away from home for a few weeks...

We experience a lot when we travel, especially when we meet new people and make new friends while traveling. We see a bigger world out there which we might never have known if we never went out, hence the greater discomfort/ unhappiness when we return home... :)
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