Make Side Money and Travel the World with Chris Guillebeau
Chris is a writer, traveler, entrepreneur, and the author of the new book Side Hustle: From Idea to Income in 27 Days.
Five years ago, I remember staying in a hostel on the beach in Nicaragua for $7/night reading Chris’ original book The Art of Non-Conformity. This is a book that made dramatic impact on my life and inspired me to build Under30Experiences into what it is today. If you haven’t heard about Chris’ World Domination Summit, it’s a community I highly recommend getting involved with.
Do you know anyone who’s traveled to every country in the world?
Chris and I talk about what it’s like to see every country in the world and how creating such a massive quest for himself allowed him to get to know himself better, which almost always leads to greater confidence and levels of success.
I have the opportunity to ask Chris how he began to find his voice, especially as an introvert, and what other shy people can do to get out of their comfort zones.
If you are wondering what’s next in your life or how you can start to earn money on the side, I highly suggest listening in to Chris’ advice. I truly enjoyed this conversation and knowing that not everyone has to take the same path to success and starting a side business should be easy and fun.
Listen until the end to find out Chris’ favorite book, country, meal, and worst side hustle he ever started himself.
- Success stories from the Chris’ Side Hustle School podcast
- Chris’ side hustle that allowed him to see every country in the world
- How to stay focused while balancing many projects
- How to get to know yourself better
- Lessons from seeing every country in the world
- The Side Hustle framework
- How to decide what your first side hustle should be
- The formula to develop and cultivate a community
- How to get started developing your voice
Quotes from the Episode
“My goal is not to serve entrepreneurs but to serve employees.”
“Ultimately I’m not going to be satisfied if I just focus on one thing.”
“I like the creative act of making things.”
“The greatest productivity hack is finding work that you look forward too.”
“You don’t have to live your life in the way that people expect.”
“At some point you just have to start and start sharing and trust the process.”