“Putting the lifestyle back in lifestyle business.” – Sarah I experienced a blessing in disguise when I lost another battle with technology that caused me to have to conduct a second interview with Nick and Gen from The Great Anomaly after the first one was lost. While it seemed like a nightmare at first, it actually turned out pretty well because, in the time between the two interviews, I was able to start implementing their advice and had already started to see it pay off! As you can imagine, I'm especially excited to share their advice with you because I can attest to the fact that it works. Have a listen and let me know in comments which tip you're going to implement first!


Here's What the Three of Us Discuss:

  • Nick and Gen's top 5 tips to make your business your business more portable so you can become a digital nomad
  • Why “money clarity” is such a critical thing to master (and a few tools to help)
  • The action Nick took that led to freeing up over 20 hours per month
  • Their number one tool for handling WiFi outages on the road (that I had never even heard of before!)

“We definitely have a serious case of wanderlust so how about we live and then we teach it.” – Gen Learn more about Nick and Gen at thegreatanomaly.com, join their online Facebook community, and follow their adventure on Instagram.

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2 thoughts on “How One Couple Runs a Multiple 6-Figure Online Biz From the Road

  1. jay sohani says:

    Hi, Sarah, I am a regular reader of your blog and most of the times it gives the inspiration i am searching for however i writting just to reqeust can you please share the downloadable transcripts also for your podcast as downloading a big mp-3 is really a problem for small internet connection…thanks jay

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