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I’ll be honest with you: lifestyle design isn’t for everyone.
Sure, if you ask 10 random strangers waling down the street if they’d like to live a rewarding, fulfilling and exciting life where they get to do what they want, when they want to, you’d get 10 very interested strangers.
But, when you sat them down and explained the commitments and challenges they’d have to work though, I can guarantee you that your numbers would start to drop rapidly.
So, to make sure that you’re in the right place, I’ve put together a simple test to work out if the life of the lifestyle elite is really for you.
I want you to imagine yourself in the following scenario:
You wake in the morning to the sounds of Rozella’s drinking from the bird bath on the back lawn of the 34 acre, lake front property that you’ve been house sitting for the past month.
Despite the fact that the beautiful and warm body of the most inspiring person you’ve ever met is snuggled into you and the only traffic congestion that you’re going to face today is playfully pushing your loved one out of the way of the shower faucet, you feel a little wrestles.
You moved to this paradise a month ago to get away from the noise and hustle of the city and now you’re starting to feel the itch for a little excitement.
Unsure of how to solve this, you get out of bed and work through your morning routine. You check the sales that have come in overnight and make sure that everything is running smoothly. You check through your reports from your websites and your overnight staff and everything is good to go. Sales are up – again – and things are looking good.
You close your laptop and are halfway through making breakfast when the snuggling body from the bed joins you in the kitchen.
Eventually the conversation drifts onto “I’m feeling a little wrestless. I want to do something exciting.”
By the end of breakfast, you’ve decided that exploring the beautiful mountains and lakes New Zealand’s south island for a month in a campervan sounds like fun.
By lunchtime, you’re leaning towards tasting your way across the bays and backroads of Vietnam.
By the time you come home from dinner, you’ve booked your one-way tickets to the land of Thai’s and have started exploring all the exciting possibilites that you’re about to plunge, head first into.
And here’s the best part: because you run a fully automated and independent online company and your country of origin is one of the more expensive countries in the world to live in, this trip SAVES you money.
It’s cheaper for you to explore the beaches and bays of Thailand for a month than it is to sit in your over-priced, cramped, noisy, two bedroom flat in the back of nowhere.
So now, to bring it back to the point of this article: Is this the kind of life you’d like to live?
Are you interested in the being able to make more money before you wake up in the morning than you used to make in a week?
Are you tempted by the idea of knowing how to meet, attract, and seduce the man / woman of your dreams?
Would you like the freedom to move away from the noise and clutter of major cities as soon as you felt like it was all getting too in-your-face?
Are you seduced by the idea of being able to save money by flying from one tropical paradise to another and exploring the world?
If you answered ‘No’ to all these questions, then I have no idea why you’re on this website 🙂
If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, then lifestyle design is for you.
And here’s the fun part: This isn’t a story. It’s not a far-fetched idea I made up whilst trying to come up with a good angle for this article.
This story is my day yesterday.
I woke up feeling wrestles and a little housebound and by the end of the day, I’d booked tickets for my fiancee and I to Thailand for a month.
Yes, it’s possible.
Yes, you can do it.
Yes, it’s as amazing as it sounds.
And yes, we’re here to help.