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. Chris's new book $100 Startup. Reinvent the Way You Make a Living, Do What You Love, and Create a New Future, Chris tells how to get started on your own dream, become your own entrepreneur. Approach and work life on your own terms. Travel when you want to, not just waiting for your two or three weeks off from work. The ideas in Chris's book will take you to a better place!
Across a Blue Sea Hero Award:
WORLD TRAVELER, Chris Guillebeau has set a goal to visit all the world's countries before he reaches the age of 35, all within a five year period. He's got two years left. What's really amazing to me is that travel isn't even the first objective in his life. With traveling to every country, you would certainly think this was his purpose- but no, it's secondary or even third. Chris's real objective in life is to be a full time writer on his own terms which he has already achieved and is currently doing. Additionally Chris is an amazing motivator in other people's lives. What I love most about Chris is that he uncourages us to take a look at our own lives and think, "that maybe we could all do this a little differently, without necessarily following a conventional path." Hence, his amazing book, "The Art of Non-Conformity." With a title like that he had me hook, line and sinker!
Chris openly states his ideas and path may not be for everybody, but some will be a match and those are the people he is writing to- score one here, MATCH. I'm all in on this one and that's why I wanted to write a little something about Chris and then post his links.
Currently I am enjoying every enlightening minute and links posted in "297 Days to Overnight Success" by Chris Guiillebeau. I have found he is a soul kindred to my own heart. I'm sure there will be a big book on his five year journey in the future, but Chris also blogs live regularly twice a week and you can travel along with him as he treks the globe. I'm personally interested in his findings on how to eat vegetarian style in some rather remote places being a fellow vegetarian. It's not always that simple to find a salad and if you don't have a bag of almonds or jar of peanut butter in your shoulder bag, you can get pretty hungry in some environments. I also like that Chris's writings are motivational and reflect on lessons in life, all learned while running his own business, traveling and hanging out in coffee shops. So without much further ado, I encourage you to check out his writing and visit his website where you can learn in detail all about "The Art of Non-Conformity."
Last Updated (Thursday, 24 April 2014 09:56)