If you’ve ever wondered how you can become a digital nomad, here’s the book for you: The Suitcase Entrepreneur by Natalie Sisson.
A life of freedom and adventure. Of being able to travel around the world and do meaningful work. Wouldn’t it be great to have that kind of life?
With this book, Natalie shows us how to live that kind of life.
Natalie takes us along on her journeys, from New Zealand to London and Canada, and on to many other places. All the while building a profitable online business revolving around her lifestyle brand that promotes freedom and adventure.
She shares her personal experiences transitioning from working in the corporate world to living the digital nomad life, living and working wherever she pleases.
And shares lots of steps, advice, and other reading materials too that will hopefully make the journey easier for others.
There’s a lot of information on the systems, processes, and tools that she uses to automate her business. And travel tips are discussed in detail here.
Natalie answers some common questions: How do you make money online? What do you need to build an online business? Do you need a website? How do you use social media? How do you build a team? And much more.
Both the benefits and challenges of being a suitcase entrepreneur are presented here. Natalie describes the work she did to get to where she is now, and the hard work she still does to make sure that her personal life and her business are running smoothly.
Natalie adds a companion course for those who would like to dig deeper into this world of digital nomads: http://suitcaseentrepreneur.com/course.
The book is a great read for online entrepreneurs, especially if you aspire to have a business that’s location-independent.
As someone who runs a service business online, I appreciate all the resources she shared. But most of all, I like this reassurance:
“Be your best self and success will slowly but surely come along on your journey with you.”
Get a copy of the book here: https://suitcaseentrepreneur.com/book
*Ebook copy obtained from Netgalley.com