Is lifestyle design for you? Chances are good that it is. Here are some of the most common doubts and fears that people have before taking the leap:
Do I have to quit my job? Do I have to be a risk-taker?
No on both counts. From using Jedi mind tricks to using your office hours to design businesses that finance your lifestyle, there are paths for each comfort level. How does one start an online business in one day? How do you start a reputation management business that earns you $17K in 2 weeks? It’s all here.
Do I have to be a single twenty-something?
Not at all. This book is for anyone who is sick of the deferred-life plan and wants to live life large instead of postpone it. Case studies range from traveling the world for free to building your country. If you’re sick of the standard menu of options and prepared to enter a world of infinite options, this book is for you.
Do I have to travel? I just want more time.
No. It’s just one option. The objective is to create freedom of time and place and use both however you want.
Do I need to be born rich?
No. If you’re born rich, then why read this book? Spend your money and enjoy life as God intended for you. I’m not sayin that this book is for the poor, but rather those people who have the unfortunately lifestyle of your typical corporate employee. So, this book is for those who want to become an entreployee. I’m not going to ask you to quit your job. I haven’t quit mine. I’m getting paid a monthly salary, but I’m doing everything else I want to do in life (like publishing this book) all on my work time. It’s about being smart and taking shortcuts to your desired lifestyle.
Do I need to be an Ivy League graduate?
Nope. Funny story. I failed my first two years of college. End of story. Those were the two years I learned the most about myself and life. I learned that playing the system for the game that it is, will probably be a lot better for me than submitting to what the system has planned for us all. I’m not saying that education is bad. Quite the opposite. I got myself into Stanford University, for one reason only. To get myself a higher salary so that I can then sit back and collect while experimenting with lifestyle design. So far so good. Now it’s your turn!