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6 Reasons To Go Global Part #2: Location, Location, Location!
Maybe your kids are in the perfect school for them, but you’re suffering because clients for your art or service simply aren’t plentiful where you live. Are you worrying about how you’re going to help take care of your parents while earning money? I had committed to staying in my house so my children could have the best life possible, but it REALLY put me in a pinch because of the economy. It turned out to be the best thing that’s ever happened to me professionally, but more on that later. 😉
Some reasons the location’s better when you go global:
- You can live wherever your heart desires. I’ve worked from Costa Rica, France, Italy, London, Las Vegas, and my little home town in Georgia, all without skipping a beat.
- You can use the space you already have.
- You have more than enough buyers for what you’re offering, no matter how obscure, if it’s of quality.
- You save on commute and “work uniform” clothes!
- Your spouse, parents, and/or kids get to have the kind of life they want, without your having to sacrifice.
Destiny is in our own hands. If we don’t succeed, it’s our own fault.
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6 Reasons To Go Global Part #1? It’s all about the money, honey. Click here if you want to catch up.
Over the years I’ve crafted a perfect recipe for success online
It works like one of those great recipes where you can play with the ingredients for the rest of your life as long as you get the proportions right on what matters most. There are probably a million ways to make mac and cheese, including gooey smoked gouda, and cheddary baked versions. Yet, you can create a new one every week if you want, because the basic recipe, the formula, works: noodles, gooey cheesy stuff to bind them, seasonings, and heat. The trick is in doing it WELL… 🙂
(Take a peek at Gordon Ramsey’s Twitter account for a laugh if you want to see him roast other people’s food pictures. Hilarious! )
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