Becoming an entrepreneur is one of the most effective ways of escaping the rat race. Running your own business, however, requires you to have a mindset vastly different from that of an employee. A lot of people don't know this and they end up getting frustrated with their business ventures to the point of giving it all up. However, there are certain things you need to know so that you can manage your business efficiently and get to live a location independent lifestyle. There are two things you have to remember if you want to live a location independent lifestyle. First, you have to continuously improve your skill set. The learning shouldn't stop even if you're making a lot of money already. And second, you need to create a profitable business which you can manage online from anywhere. Once you've done both of these steps, then you can certainly live the lifestyle that you want anywhere in the world. Of course, there are some considerations to remember. Having a lot of time for yourself is a common misconception people have of lifestyle entrepreneurs. Just because these people travel all over the world doesn't mean they let their business run on autopilot. There will always be time and effort involved in making a business run smoothly even when done remotely. Besides, time is also involved with the planning and packing for the next destination on the list. Yes, it is an exciting way of life, but it never is a walk in the park. Some people forego living a location independent lifestyle because they are paralyzed with fear. Not knowing what to do next or what to do first can keep people from living the life that they want. One tip to overcome this is to simply take the first step, which they say is usually the hardest, but once you've taken that step then just keep moving forward and do what you have to do. Don't be afraid of making a wrong move because only then will you see the different alternatives you can take in your endeavor. So, if you are planning to live a location independent lifestyle - just go for it. As long as you have an entrepreneurial skill set, an open mind, a laptop, and an internet connection, you'll do just fine. There's no need to rush things though, but sooner is always better than later. Even if you're simply dreaming of a location independent lifestyle during the break of your 9-5 job, why not give it a lot more thought than you should and start looking for more ways to increase your income to support the lifestyle that you want?
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