For a good portion of the past year, I’ve been busy working on a new book. Unlike my previous books which were mostly about mindset and self-improvement, this one will be primarily about travel, location-independence and entrepreneurship.
The objective of the book is to show you how to travel and build businesses around your passions and interests. The first part of the book is all about travel: where to go, where to not go, how to meet like-minded people, how to establish a productive routine (super important on the road), and how to pickup foreign languages very quickly. Plus a lot of my cool travel hacks that I’ve picked up over the years. You’ll find these applicable regardless if you’re looking to backpack around the world or simply move to another country for several months.
The other part of the book is about my passion, which is building agile businesses in areas that I’m interested in. In the book, I spent time talking about background story behind my business ideas and very quick ways of testing and implementing them. I talk about some of the motivations behind each idea, expectations for the project and how it all went happened.
While I’ve written several books before, this should’ve been my first book because it perfectly captures the essence of the brand and everything I stand for: a junction of entrepreneurship and freedom.
Although I feel like I’ve included everything that I wanted to cover in the book so far, I would like to ask you what kind of information you’d find valuable.
For instance, the other day, I was chatting with a long-term reader and he mentioned he’d like to see more travel stories.
What about you? What kind of things do you want to see in the new book? What kind of things do you want me to cover? What kind of things should I omit?
Travel stories? Living experiences? Business building? Mindset?
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James Maverick used to work in a cubicle as a code monkey in Silicon Valley. Then, in 2007, he quit his job and a one-way ticket to Brazil. Ever since, he continued to travel, visiting over 85 countries and living in more than a dozen of them. He loved his location-independent lifestyle and has no plans to live in America.