Want to become a digital nomad?
I’m going to share something that goes against the grain of my entire industry. It’s contrary to what you’ll hear anyone else say. But it’s the truth and someone needs to say it.
You don’t need any courses, programs, a masterclass, or a membership to become a digital nomad.
I’m not a betting woman, but if you’ve made it to this corner of the web, I’d wager you already have most of the information you need.
And here’s a confession…
I didn’t take any courses or programs before I became a digital nomad. I’d say 99% of the nomads I know didn’t take courses or masterclasses. That’s because they didn’t need any. And you probably don’t either.
Do you know what can help you make your digital nomad dream a reality?
And that’s precisely why I don’t offer fancy courses or expensive memberships. Because they typically lead to overwhelm and inaction. The exact opposite of what you need.
I’ve already given you boatloads of information for free on this site, in the Nomad Resource Library, and in my newsletter. I share a ton of free info to help you. Plus there are heap-tons of information around the web on this subject. Enough for you to figure it all out and hit the road.
So why are we here?
What I am offering you is one-on-one, custom help + accountability. Because I’ve found that’s what most people need. A
nudge kick in the butt + someone who has been a nomad for years to listen to them and add some clarity around their specific plan.
My service is you + me, on a 45-minute call + email accountability afterward.
[RIGHT ABOUT NOW YOU’RE WONDERING ‘HOW MUCH IS THIS?’ IT’S $125 TOTAL.
OKAY, BACK TO HOW THIS SERVICE CAN HELP YOU]
During the call, we’ll filter through the massive amounts of information you’ve probably already amassed about being a digital nomad. The purpose is to help you come to a real plan, and then…I hold you accountable for that plan. After the call, I’ll send you two accountability emails and I’ll be available via email for two weeks after the call should you have any questions.
This service is for you if…
*You already have a remote job or can transition your job to a remote position (with permission from your employer to do the job from different locations).
*You are a freelancer/online business owner earning enough to cover your basic expenses.
*You need help figuring out how to transition your current work so you can do it virtually
Here’s how it works:
*You schedule the 45-minute call by clicking HERE. Once you sign up and pay, I’ll send you The Digital Nomad Planner (no additional cost) so you can start getting clear on your nomad plan. The 45-minute call will be the next step in gaining clarity around your plan. We work together to move you forward toward going nomad. You’ll walk away from the call with clear action steps you need to take.
*Within 2 weeks after our call, I’ll send you two accountability emails asking for specifics of what you’ve done to move forward with your nomadic goals. I’ll also be available via email during that time if you have any questions.
*That’s it. (An ex-boyfriend of mine used to say ‘Don’t complicate life.’ I agree. That’s why I like to keep things simple. He had some wise words. He’s still my ex, though.)
*Cost: $125 total. Ready?
I’m Alicia Joy. I’m a writer, avid reader, and nomad. I’ve been nomading off and on for almost a decade. I travel for a time, then return to my home base (currently in the UK). Rinse and repeat whenever I want. My favorite countries so far have been Turkey, Portugal, and Mexico.
P.S. Don’t have $125 but still need help? Check out The Digital Nomad Planner. It’s a downloadable planner with clarity prompts and planning worksheets to help you become a nomad. It’s $25.
P.P.S. Don’t have $25? Maybe you’re still trying to get remote work/online gigs? Check out my Massive List of Resources for Becoming a Digital Nomad. It’s FREE.
P.P.P.S. Already did that and STILL have questions? Sign up for my Nomad Newsletter/Library and hit reply to the welcome email. I respond to every email (providing it doesn’t end up in my spam folder).
Okay, this is getting long. Happy Travels!