Years ago when I left Stanford to travel the world, many people around me were afraid.
How was I going to make it on my own?
How was I going to support myself?
I wasn’t worried.
Do I look worried right now?
I’ve known for many years that it’s not necessarily how MUCH you know. You can stay in school for 30 years and still come out completely inexperienced.
And it’s not necessarily WHAT you know. Just because you have an advanced skill set doesn’t mean there’s an open job waiting for you.
The secret to living life as a digital nomad, world traveler and entrepreneur is learning HOW to leverage knowledge you spent years acquiring — then magnifying the power of that knowledge using proven systems.
I know, I know. It all sounds very abstract, doesn’t it? Systems, leverage, etc.
That’s the #1 complaint most people have when trying to learn about starting an online business: Everybody wants to talk about how well they’re doing, and nobody wants to tell you how they’re doing it.
The experts speak in “code” that seems like it’s meant to go over your head.
Meanwhile, you’re left wondering what’s real, what fake and how to tell the difference.
That ends now.
Click the picture of the Sethi brothers to watch the webinar
If you’ve ever wanted to start an online business, but been completely paralyzed about where to begin, join my brother Ramit on Tuesday evening for a FREE, live presentation called “How to Break Free From the 9-5 with a Successful Online Business.”
He’ll show you how to build an online business that gives you the freedom to be in control of your own time, money, and life. Even if you have no idea, you can take what you already know and turn it into a business — without wasting years of time and effort.
- The 4 common traps to making money online (and how to avoid them)
- 3 counterintuitive truths no one else tells you about starting an online business
- How to find an idea that will actually make money from the start — saving years of wasted time and money
The presentation is This Tuesday, 7/15, at 9:00pm Eastern (6pm Pacific). It’s FREE — but there will be no recording.
I’ll be there. Will you?