First four don’ts

Wow! You live “the dream life”! How do you do it? Been asked that so many times from so many people. My quick answer is – I sweat. Nothing good comes easy in life.

The detailed answer to the question would be – Don’t do it. If you feel about something, that it is flowing easy to do, if it is the “go to” doing – Don’t do it.

Here are my four major don’ts that make my digital nomad lifestyle worth it.

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1) Don’t look for a job. 

When you look for a job, you look out to sell your time, to be passive and get instructions from someone else, you look to persuade some organisation to pay you money so you can fund this life. Don’t do it. Look for projects instead. Look for organisations, ventures and people you can collaborate and contribute in meaningful ways, at your own terms. When you look for projects – you are independent to plan your everyday life, you determine how much time you put on any projects, with no correlation to the value of contribution you make, and your pricing is accordingly. Don’t sell your time. Own it. Sell your skills, knowledge and experience

2) Don’t neglect your daily habits. 

Look for projects instead. when you look for a job you look to be passive and to have someone else make decitions for you, determine what you do. when you look for a job you look to sell your time, when you look for projects, you look to sell your skills and to contribute to a venture. It is far more powerful and independent. Being free, means owning it. Start selling your skills, your experience, your knowledge, not your time.

3) Don’t be a tourist. 

Look for projects instead. when you look for a job you look to be passive and to have someone else make decitions for you, determine what you do. when you look for a job you look to sell your time, when you look for projects, you look to sell your skills and to contribute to a venture. It is far more powerful and independent. Being free, means owning it. Start selling your skills, your experience, your knowledge, not your time.

4) Don’t connect with like-minded people. 

Look for projects instead. when you look for a job you look to be passive and to have someone else make decitions for you, determine what you do. when you look for a job you look to sell your time, when you look for projects, you look to sell your skills and to contribute to a venture. It is far more powerful and independent. Being free, means owning it. Start selling your skills, your experience, your knowledge, not your time.

Bidi Sh.
The Running Nomad

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