Written for EO by Jason Mueller.
Nothing beats having the freedom to work remotely from a coffee shop in Copenhagen, a bistro in Italy or maybe from a cabana in Costa Rica. For many, life as a digital nomad can be rewarding, exciting and inspiring.
If working remotely as a digital nomad sounds like la bella vita to you—but you need that extra push or you simply want to prepare—then you’ll want to explore these books!
This book is a boundless resource for not only people who want to live a successful life as a digital nomad, but for anyone who needs encouragement and direction to boost their faith in their own decisions and accomplish goals in life. While written in the 1930s, Think and Grow Rich has long been listed at the top of motivational books that truly change lives.
This is the perfect book for teaching what being rich really means, and how you can have financial success in the future with the steps you take today. It explains the difference between working hard and building assets. Perfect for anyone who longs for shorter work hours to allow for more adventures!
Tony Robbins has long been known as the top lifestyle and business coach in the world, and this book gets to the core of how to maximize your finances to achieve financial freedom. As a digital nomad, knowing how to start and then continue earning while you’re traveling is key to living successfully overseas.
James Altucher shows his readers how to invest in themselves to achieve greatness. If you’re feeling unsure about pursuing your ultimately goals and lifestyle, this books provides perfect motivation. Plus, it’s a great read for those long plane trips! Learn how to ‘choose yourself’ to live a life of freedom and happiness.
Many wanderers have little money to travel when they start out, but thanks to Daymond John and his book The Power of Broke, you’ll quickly see why having little can lead to great things. Even starting a business when you have little money to back it can be the start of a life of success. Hard work and determination and knowing how to use your resources wisely will help you connect with clients. It’s also a great guide for making personal connections and living life to the fullest when you’re moving from one place to the next.