Answered by Jacob Laukaitis, marketer
Awesome question! I think it's a really good idea to not quit your full-time job and 'just go for it', because building up a remote income requires a lot of effort and there might be a little bit of dumb luck involved.
So the best course of action is to start something on the side while you still have your full-time gig.
If your work takes up so much of your time that you don't have tons of energy for your side project, outsource and focus on incremental progress.
Let me explain:
If you only send 15 e-mails per day, that's 450 e-mails per month and 5,400 e-mails per year; if you only film one lesson per day, that's 30 lessons per month and 360 lessons per year.
It doesn't matter how much time it'll take you to become a digital nomad - if you keep taking little steps towards your goal every single day, you'll get there eventually.
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