The thing I love most about running my own business is the freedom to work when, where and exactly how I want.
It’s not always perfect, but as I say in this Guardian article, I love having a life where I get to make up the rules.
I believe it’s always possible to create more freedom in your life – regardless of your circumstances – and here’s 15 great reads (or listens) to help.
Ever dream of leaving it all behind to start a business? Laura Thomas ran away to Bali to join a digital nomad hub (yes that’s a thing) to grow hers. In this interview she shares her story.
Natalie Sisson runs a business from laptop while travelling the world. Her podcast interview with Jennie Harland Khan who moved her family and business to Chamonix in France is a real treat.
Imagine living a life you don’t need to escape from asks Jess Stuart. Noelle Hancock quit her job and moved to the Carribean to scoop ice cream.
Fans of Elizabeth Gilbert (of Eat, Pray Love fame) will be pleased she has a new book coming out on creativity and a podcast. And if Eat Pray Love changed your life, you can contribute to this project.
As Seth Godin points out, you don’t have to quit your job to get more freedom in your life.
Alexandra Franzen asks if it’s possible to run a business without using social media.
Mandi dumped social media (or went ‘on a break’). Here’s what happened.
Feeling overwhelmed in your business? Outsource. Chris Ducker has 3 lists that will help.
I get more writing done by when I clear big blocks of time (rather than trying to fit it in around other work) so I definitely want to try Sarah Von Bargen’s DIY writing retreats.