Find a remote job
There are two ways to do this.
Already apply for a job intended to be remote. I have heard a lot of people have had success doing this using these sites:
Ask your boss if there is potential for you current position to go remote. I know it may seem like a terrifying thought, but if you don’t ask you will never know. And if you are planning on becoming a digital nomad it will either be with your current job or you will have to quit and find one. So you can’t really lose in asking.
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2. Start a remote business
This is a work in progress for me that I have not quite succeeded in, since I am anticipating for this to happen by the end of the year. But I know a lot of people that run their own online stores, run their own drop-shipping business, or do online consulting in whatever their niche is. This one is incredibly difficult, because developing a business takes a lot of time and energy. But if it is something you are passionate about, then maybe this should be your end goal.
3. Become an ‘influencer’
Having a large social media presence and audience can make you some money, honey! By having a following, companies and businesses will reach out to for sponsorship opportunities in exchange for their product, service, or money. So if you are interested in having a face on social media, then this may be a good option for you. But just like building a business, this can take years and requires intensive studying on how algorithms work on certain platforms.