This is a bonus part of seven step mini blog post course about How to Become a Location Independent. If you haven’t yet checked the seven initial steps out, I’ll encourage you to do so now. You can find Step 1 of How to Become a Location Independent here.

Location Independent Journey Bonus Step

I wanted to add this location independent journey bonus step as an extra gift for you. It serves as a big thank you for getting through all the seven important parts already. So here are some extra thoughts when you decide to begin your location independent journey.

Seek a mentor

If you want to speed up the whole process of the location independent journey, seek a mentor. More preferably a mentor who has gone through the exact same path you want to perform. You can find one from browsing through various blogs and websites online and contacting them via email or instant messaging.

You might surprise how many people gladly answer to you!

Obviously, some are too busy to guide you. Anyway, you’ll never know what kind of great tip you might get out of them!

The other source of finding a mentor is to opt-in to some proven person’s email list. You can find one, for example, one of the blogs you have found during the section above. In addition, you can pay some money in order to enroll a proven course.

If you decide to spend $$ for a course, make sure the author is legit and knows the stuff well by doing some googling beforehand.

Of course, you shouldn’t believe everything you find online. Nonetheless, if feedback is mainly negative, you can draw your own conclusion about the level of the author and/or the course.

Network and don’t burn bridges

You must make changes or nothing change. Click To Tweet

When you are deciding to begin a location independent journey, please do not leave alone. Working by yourself can get a pretty lonely, at least in the beginning.

With that being said, don’t start your path by burning all the bridges behind you. That means you don’t have to be cruel or mean even if you have to quit your job. Moreover, you might have to leave some friends behind who don’t understand or support you.

Just remember that usually, people are scared of changes because they don’t understand what is happening in the first place.

Even though the change might be good for them. That’s why some people try to drag you down when you are sharing your forthcoming plans with them.

It’s more than important to begin networking with people who have done the same exact things than you are. Furthermore, the want of doing the same or have a great spirit in supporting you is vital, too. You will need all the help in your path you can get. Do not underestimate the influence of the people around you.

Remember, you are the average outcome of your five closest people. Click To Tweet

In conclusion of How to Become a Location Independent

Thank you for reading this free mini blog post course about How to Become a Location Independent. Your paradise can be anywhere in the world you want. You might find it in the hammock on a tropical beach or at your home in the familiar environment.

It’s up to you and only you.

The most important thing you can do right now is to begin to take action. It doesn’t matter if it’s the best plan you’ve ever discovered.

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Following these steps unveiled in this mini-course, you know more than 95% of the people about how to become a location independent. That’s something you want to achieve in order to improve the quality of your and your family’s life.

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