Highlights of This Episode:
- How Natalie got started in entrepreneurship — and why she didn’t start earlier
- Why “every single piece” of starting Suitcase Entrepreneur was a challenge despite Natalie’s marketing experience
- How she knew she was on the right track
- What Natalie learned that she wishes someone had told her before she started
- Why she chose to self-publish and how she got her Kickstarter supporters involved in the process
- Why Kickstarter is best regarded as a PR tool rather than as a primary source of funding for a project
- How publishing the book provided the foundation for the work Natalie is doing now
- Why she’s choosing to slow down and travel less
“It’s completely up to you whether you succeed or fail.” –Natalie Sisson (Click to share – thanks!)
About Natalie Sisson:
Natalie Sisson is a number-one bestselling author, podcaster, speaker, and adventurer who believes that everybody has the right to choose freedom in business and adventure in life. She’s on a mission, over at SuitcaseEntrepreneur.com, to ensure that 100,000+ entrepreneurs do just that by 2020.
Born in New Zealand, Natalie has built her six-figure business from her laptop during the past five years while living out of her suitcase, traveling to 70 countries, and showing people, through her Freedom Plan program, how to build profitable online businesses that support their ideal lifestyles.
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Freedom Plan program
- ConnectionPoint Systems
- Seth Godin
- Jonathan Fields
- Fresh in Fifteen podcast
- Pam Slim
- The Art of Asking, Amanda Palmer
- Tim Ferriss
- Chris Guillebeau
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