Last week we discussed online tutoring as a way to earn money while you travel. This is just one of many ways you can make money on the road – especially if you’re entrepreneurially inclined. Starting a business…is another way.
Even if you’re blessed with some business sense – and especially if you’re not – you might want some help getting your business off the ground, or taking it to the next level.
I started my freelance writing and travel blogging career after I’d already started traveling, and I must admit – I don’t recommend it. I spent the first two years of my full-time travels working very hard for very little income, with no promise that I’d be able to make my travels financially sustainable. But I also had a little cushion of income during that time from the sale of my financial planning practice, so I was still (relatively) financially solid.
Instead of trying to get your travel legs simultaneously to getting a business off the ground, I recommend you give your business a head start before you hit the road.
Do you have a business idea that needs some nurturing? Or are you stuck for ideas and wanting a career and life that you’re passionate about? Then check out the resource below for some inspiration and tips to get you started.