The Over-40 Digital Nomad: A Practical Guide for Mature-age Global Adventurers is a blueprint for location-independent entrepreneurs – of any age. It outlines how to become a globe-trotting freelancer and provides firsthand advice from a number of over-40 nomads who are out there right now, living their dreams.
They are online English teachers, Web developers, virtual assistants, SEO writers, translators, social media marketers, programmers, consultants, e-commerce experts and more.
In The Over-40 Digital Nomad you’ll discover:
The 7 location-independent myths you should know about before taking the plunge
Finding your niche – the most common (and profitable) nomad-friendly professions
How to manage your money like a pro – whatever country you’re living in
The experience factor - what are the advantages of being a mature-age freelancer?
Legalities – how to navigate visas, taxes, insurance, foreign laws and red tape
Charging what you’re worth - the art of negotiating sustainable ‘living wage’ fees for your services
International house sitting, caretaking and other nifty ways to travel longer on less money
Working smarter – no-nonsense productivity tips that can make you more profitable each day
Health in a strange land – practical ways to stay on top of fitness and medical issues abroad
How active is your passive income strategy? Proven tips for generating extra income streams
Tech talk - essential gear every seasoned nomad should take with them
Best of the best – the cream of books and online resources for aspiring DNs
Plus tips, advice and interviews with mature-age entrepreneurs like these:
· The drone-packing film-maker and his writer wife who drove a van across Europe and Canada while slowly building their online businesses
· An escapee from the corporate world who swapped her 14-year career in IT management for adventures in Antarctica, Nepal, Alaska and Mongolia
· The country-hopping family of four who juggle three income-producing businesses (including writing children’s books) and cart Scuba gear wherever they go
· The sixty-something travel writer and photographer who has visited 77 countries and owned a range of businesses, from a corporate PR firm to a snow-cone food kiosk in a Puerto Rico water park
· The former commodities broker who now runs an eBay store, doing $30,000-$40,000 per month in sales from a small beach town in Thailand – in his board shorts