Imagine what would happen if a book about learning to travel hooked up with a brass tacks self-help book fundamentally opposed to pulling any punches. These two books really hit it off, and nine months later a new book enters the world. Words literally screaming off the pages, its sole purpose in life is to take a hold of all the wannabe travelers, shake them til they listen, and give them all the tools and motivation they need to stop making excuses and to start exploring the world and all the amazing people and places in it.
This is that book.
This hands-on guide has the steps that can take you from beginner traveler to travel badass. It’s full of motivation, inspiration, practical advice, and exercises to help you deal with the anxiety or overwhelm that can come with having never really traveled more than a few one-off trips. And because travel is just as multi-faceted as you are, it covers the physical, financial, mental, and emotional tricks to help you get traveling now.
Been wondering how the hell all those digital nomads, location independent travelers, and remote workers, travel “full-time?” Maybe you’ve thought about living that life one day, but you’re really not sure where to start. Beyond giving you the stepping stones to dive into short-term and international travel, this book will show you how long-term travelers extend those tools, maximize their budgets, and to turn weeks into months...or even years...of traveling the world indefinitely.
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About The Author - Jason Robinson / The Nomad Experiment
Yeooo. I'm Jason, and I didn't see my third country outside of the U.S. until I was 39 years old.
A few super-methodical years later, having gone from "never-traveled" to "I love this so much I want to do it full-time", I now travel full-time and work remote/nomadically. And no, I wasn't bequeathed eleventy-billion dollars in a trust fund. Far from it. I just decided that making some big, tough changes was worth the growth that long-term travel might get me, so I decided to go for it! And it's been so worth it!
This book takes a lot of the lessons I've learned and strategies I used and lays them out so that you can save time in doing the same!