How to simplify your life and travel the world
Tired of the constant stress of your life? Are non-stop phone calls, faxes, email messages, and meetings driving you crazy?
You're not alone. Studies show most people are stressed to the breaking point. They also would love to simplify their lives and travel the world.
Imagine living on a remote tropical island, enjoying the warm sea breeze, local food, and easy-going atmosphere. You do this while earning a good income, doing the work you enjoy, and all in a far more relaxed way than you work now.
While this might sound like a scene from a movie or the online offer from a get-rich-quick scheme, simplifying life and traveling the world is rather easy to do -- IF you know how.
Dr. Otto Weizman developed just such a system. Dr. Weizman spent most of his life traveling the world, not as a tourist, but running a global business. Over the years he became tired of living out of a suitcase and meeting continuous deadlines. The life was interesting, even exciting, but the stress and demands of business left him tired and frustrated.
Weizman began working out a simple system for anyone who wants to get away from it all and work somewhere else in the world. Based on the vast store of tips and techniques he had learned in his travels, Weizman was able to see opportunity in ways most travelers didn't even know existed.
1. Start by simplifying your life. Weizman correctly felt the huge onslaught of advertising messages we get every minute of every day is the source of much of our stress. Get off junk mail lists, email lists, and make sure your phone number isn't on call lists.
2. Rest assured you CAN do the kind of work you love just about anywhere in the world. If you think a person like you could only work in your current country, remember that almost every industry is now truly global. It's a fair bet there are workers just like you in dozens of desirable locations around the world.
3. Don't worry about "dropping out" and not being able to stay in touch. Dr. Weizman showed you can stay completely connected via phone, email, and fax even from the most remote desert island. The Internet cafe is a fixture in almost every country of the world. Cell phones are now ubiquitous. If you WANT to be in contact, you will.
4. Keep in mind money flows differently in other countries. Credit cards work well in most places, but take some time to get to know how local residents handle financial transactions. They've had the advantage of what method is most reliable, most acceptable, and most economic.
Above all, don't ever feel like you're trapped in your current situation. Anyone who takes the time to learn how can freely travel the world, enjoying wonderful destinations, while still earning a good income doing what they love.