The beauty of being an online marketer is that you can work from virtually anywhere. So far, in 2016, my travels have taken me to Las Vegas for Affiliate Summit West, Minnesota for the world’s largest Charitable Ice Fishing tournament, (almost 20,000 people attend!) and most recently, the Cayman Islands.
Affiliate Marketing Cayman Islands Style!
The best part about using the Internet to generate an income online is that I never miss a beat with any of my businesses.
Because as an 0nline marketer, I can work from anywhere I can connect to the web. Heck, even if I can’t, I simply create content and wait until I do find an Internet connection and upload it all when time permits. It’s really the only way to have complete freedom, be nomadic, and travel the world. Not that I want to be a nomad – I like routines and enjoy getting into a groove and being in my home office, but when someone calls you and says “Cayman Islands. Friday” – it’s amazing to simply reply – “in.”
In my affiliate marketing training program, Affiliate U, you’ll see that when you sell other people’s products online via a website, YouTube, or even another property, that you have the luxury of being entirely mobile. No inventory. No mess. No employees, unless you elect to outsource any part of your operation. When you grow larger, you certainly will want to look into doing so. I outsource a lot of items, but started as an absolutely bootstrapped, twenty hour per day content writing machine. I share all of my methods, plus much more, on the inside of this exciting new training program.
I couldn’t be happier in life. Making money on the Internet from wherever I choose to be. It’s even more of a bonus for my son, who gets to see the world and experience so much more because I’m not tied down to an office job or have any higher ups to answer to.
Life is all about making a change. Grabbing life by the horns and running with it. Here’s some photos of my recent trip. Hope to see you on the inside of Affiliate University very soon, so you can start having similar journeys.
Oh, by the way. I came home for just 36 hours. I’m back on the road to my second home country of Costa Rica. This time I’m bringing a few students I’ve come to know very well over the course of the last year. I can’t wait!