I wanted to share some new content many of you probably haven’t seen. A few weeks ago I was interviewed by John Bardos over at www.JetsetCitizen.com about life as a ‘Digital Nomad’.
I answered questions about my travels, favorite country, the least expensive country I have visited, if I had a lot of savings to begin with, how I earn an income now, how I get customers, are retail internet sites a good business, what my travel budget is like, am I getting tired of traveling, how I deal with banking, bills, health care, and other administrative things, and my advice for people considering long term travel.
You can read the interview here.
After that interview, Rolf Pott’s blog picked it up also.
I think that’s pretty cool that he noticed the interview as he’s pretty much the guy who popularized Round The World Travel. The blogger wrote,
“He outlines his methods and gives good advice. While Jason certainly believes you can fund your travels from working on the Internet, he avoids making outrageous claims of fast and easy riches. For a techno-age entrepreneur, his principles are decidedly old-school: finding a need, providing a solution, and offering good customer service. Good rules to do business by, online and offline.”
Besides Rolf Potts, the interview was also highlighed at ProjectHitchhiker