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BEST LIFE TOUR: How to live a nomadic lifestyle
It’s so easy to make money remotely. Ass, gas, or grass, no one rides for free. In other words, if you want to travel full time and enjoy all that life has to offer, you will need income and connections. Both are pretty easy to come by.
Hi, allow me to introduce myself, my name is Rebekah Freedom. I graduated with my Masters in Counseling Psychology and have run a private coaching practice since 2012. I moved from an office to having an online practice in 2015. Then I went from allowing clients to pay me $125 an hour to selling packages for four and five figures. My prices reflect the quality of service my clients receive. So, I’ve made money online for about 4 years offering coaching to clients.
There are a few things you need for this to be a viable way to fund your nomadic lifestyle. First, you can’t suck at being a coach or offer bull-shit services. If you are that kind of person, get the fuck off of this page. Thank you very much.
However, if you are the type of person who has done the work to put the years in to provide quality services like coaching, consulting, virtual assistant work, or computer programing, then it’s easy to build a basic infrastructure around that.
The first thing to do is build a website. A simple Weebly website will cost about $500 to build. $200 of that will go to hosting the website for the year. $150 of that will go to paying for Calendly or a scheduling program. $100 will go to an SMS subscription. I recommend using community.co because it allows you to collect phone numbers and emails so you can stay in touch with prospective clients. The last $50 should go to me for an hour of my time so that I can teach you how to set up your website, how to edit it, and how to maintain your client list so you can grow your company from anywhere in the world. If it takes more than an hour for you to learn and implement this basic infrastructure, then the cost of getting started becomes exponentially more expensive. Each hour of my time spent helping my client get started becomes more precious. Why? Because a person who can’t learn to implement a very basic infrastructure is expensive to deal with.
So, I might add, that to live a nomadic life successfully, it takes intelligence and the capacity to learn and adapt as well as a few other vital characteristics.
If you have zero money, but have a smartphone, you can still get started. However, if you are broke as a joke, then I can’t help you. No one can until you decide to stop living that way. I’m sure “the man can get you down” but with sustained effort people break out of “the system” all the time. You can too.
In any case, I mentioned broke ass mother fuckers because the people that complain the loudest do the least. And that is normally what social media drags in. However, there are those rare occasions that I can reach my target audience without using targeted pay per click ads. I prefer organic reach anyway.
If you don’t know what any of that means, then it will cost you $250 for one hour of my time to teach you. Why did my price go from $50 to $250 for an hour? Well, it’s because the information is more valuable. Setting up a website is one thing. Being able to run a business using that website is another!
So, before we go further, here are some pictures from my nomadic life. The visuals are worth a thousand words. I visited Florida, Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, and more.
I think the take away from these pictures should be that I made money from my online business and used that money to travel the United States. If you want the full story, then book a consultation with me. That’s free. And if you would like to make nomadic life your full-time lifestyle I can teach you all the ins and outs for $1500 for five 90 minute sessions.
Here are the basics:
Get a website. Make sure people can schedule your services on that site. Make sure you have Venmo, Cash Ap, or some way to take digital currency. Also, use SignNow to send client's documents. Offer a free 30 minute consultation. Set up your CRM (Customer Relationship Management) and SMS (Sending professional materials via text message). Put the phone number from Community.co in all your social media bios.
The website is how people can learn about you and what you offer.
The scheduling is how they can reach you directly.
The Venmo est. is how you get paid.
The SMS and CRM is how you foster interested patrons and convert them into clients.
That's the basic infrastructure of how to start an online interfacing platform.
However, if you are going to run a business so you can travel the world or just in your country, then it takes understating these elements:
1. What problem is your service solving?
2. Who are you solving the problem for?
3. Where are people with that problem searching for the solution?
4. How can they get in contact with you and get answers?
5. What is your brand and what is your message?
I hope that helps. I'm very brash when it comes to business because I've been hosed by assholes more than I'd like to admit. And you have to be able to trust who you are working with and then trust yourself to do the work. So, honestly, I'm not taking clients that won't do the work and who can't afford to invest at least $1500. But, I'm happy to offer an hour for $50 or $250 to get you set in the right direction. If you are interested in living your best life, then call me or text FREEDOM NOW to 303-917-7226.
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