Nomad Capitalist Report
Airdate: June 1, 2013

Topics discussed: Lifestyle design

Guests:
0:00 – Colin Wright of Exile Lifestyle shares how his “successful” US-based business gave him the idyllic life at 19 – or so he thought. He realized slaving away to eventually travel the world wasn’t his goal in life. He talks about creating geography-neutral businesses to fund his living abroad – and shares the pros and cons of living everyday life overseas. Now, he lets his readers choose which country he’ll move to next!

–> Buy Colin’s book My Exile Lifestyle

19:59 – Jodi Ettenberg of Legal Nomads talks about quitting her job as a lawyer to explore a greater calling. After spending a year abroad, she knew she needed more, and built a digital nomad lifestyle to support her travels through Asia and beyond. And she became quite the foodie along the way.

–> Buy Jodi’s book, The Food Traveler’s Handbook

30:55 – James Clark of Nomadic Notes shares his experiences learned from ten years on the road. James has actually lived in places from Ho Chih Minh City to London to Australia. He shares how to craft your dream lifestyle working while you travel, and discusses the best countries for digital nomad expats to check out.

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Andrew Henderson

Andrew Henderson

Andrew Henderson is the world's most sought-after consultant on legal offshore tax reduction, investment immigration, and global citizenship. He works exclusively with six- and seven-figure entrepreneurs and investors who want to "go where they're treated best". He has been researching and actually doing this stuff personally since 2007.
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