How to become a travelpreneur. You might wonder what this guide is about. What is a travelpreneur, and what do you need to do in order to become one? In this blog, we’re going to analyze what a travelpreneur is and how to become one. By the end of this blog, you’ll know exactly what it takes to become a travelpreneur and if the travelpreneur lifestyle suits you.
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What is a travelpreneur?
Before we start with our guide, let’s first look at what a Travelpreneur is. Travelpreneur is a person who chooses a location-independent enterprise, and traveling is a lifestyle for him\her.
Travelpreneur is a person who owns a profitable business that is NOT restricted to a certain location. Being Travelprenur is not everyone’s cup of tea; very few achieve this sort of enterprise. Formerly it was thought of as an IMPOSSIBLE idea as how is it even possible to make a living from just traveling and enjoying life?
Travelpreneurs are people who have achieved financial freedom through their passion for travel; they live their lives on their own terms and enjoy every bit of it. They have no boss to answer to and can choose where they want to live and how much money they want to earn.
They do not need to worry about office politics or office drama because they have chosen the path less traveled by most people and live life on their own terms.
Travelpreneurs are not restricted by any boundaries or limitations and can travel anywhere, anytime, without any restrictions on them.
What do I need to do to become a successful travelpreneur?
So now that you know what a travelpreneur is, it is time to look at what it takes to become a travelpreneur.
1. Discover your skill set
If you want to work remotely, you first need to figure out what skills you have.
Whatever skills or knowledge you have, you can make it work remotely. Some things, like graphic design, are easier to do from any location. Other skills may be more difficult to practice remotely. But it is possible!
A good place to start is by browsing job ads and freelancing websites to see what clients are looking for. Then you can work your way backward to become the perfect hire.
2. Picking Your Location
We discussed this in an earlier blog which you can find here.
Where your location is matters a lot. Running a remote company from a small island with unstable internet connectivity probably won’t get you far. On the other hand, living in Paris on a freelancer’s budget will have you running home within a month. And, of course, it’s important to consider your legal right to reside and work in a country. Many countries, such as Estonia and Malta, now have digital nomad visas or remote worker permits.
Budget, legal rights, internet connectivity, and ease of living should all contribute to your decision. No place will be perfect, but if budget & cost of living is more important to you, consider countries like Estonia, Mexico, Romania, or Georgia, among others.
Well, what about the best of both worlds? What is a location that has everything you need to start the travelpreneur lifestyle? A place that is budget-friendly, but also modern at the same time?
In this case, you should consider countries like the Czech Republic, Croatia or even Portugal.
3. Freelancing Time
This is an important step in becoming a successful travelpreneur. Once you’ve determined what you’re good at, start by getting small gigs and freelancing for clients. The pay might not be astronomical, and the work might be tedious, but the experience is everything.
Then, once you have built up a portfolio, experience, or credentials, you can move into creating your own business. Most digital nomads prefer several income streams (or part-time jobs), so don’t put all your eggs in one basket.
Research: The second thing to do is research potential markets and customers. Look at the websites of companies who offer similar services as yours and see how they position themselves against their competitors. What do they say about themselves? What kind of language do they use? What kind of imagery do they use?
Write: Now that we know what content we need to create, it’s time to write it! But before we do that, let’s remember that everyone has different learning styles. Some people learn better if they see something first; others like hearing things explained before trying them out for themselves;
4. Boost Your Confidence
You’ve probably gone through a lot in your personal and business life. And your confidence can take a knock. But no matter what happens, don’t let these negativities and fears get the best of you.
Business coaching offers an invaluable space for personal development and support. Whether you’re just starting your business or you’re a seasoned business owner, coaching provides support and encourages you to work things out on your own. With time, you’ll learn to trust yourself to lead with confidence and tackle challenges.
As an entrepreneur, it can be difficult to step away from the day-to-day running of your business so that you can develop personally. But this is exactly what coaching is for. Coaches offer guidance in areas such as career progression, personal development, and leadership skills – all of which are essential for entrepreneurial success.
So there you have it. The lifestyle of a successful travelpreneur in four simple steps. Do you ever imagine yourself living that lifestyle? Were your expectations changed after reading this article? If so, what made you reconsider some things? Let me know in the comments below.
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