During a vacation in Goa, India, Chris felt like a naughty school boy.
Answering client issues whilst adventuring, he realised he could have it all.
Since then he’s moved to Tokyo, Japan and runs his own business.
In this episode we discuss his business and the things that inspire him.
Welcome Chris Kirkland the Hobo CEO.
“The threshold of what you’re capable of doing tends to grow a little bit.” – Chris Kirkland (Tweet It)
- A great way to start out your Hobo lifestyle and internet business
- The cheating feeling one gets from working where ever they desire
- How it took about 18 months to establish himself as an expat in Tokyo
- Fond memories of the freelance days vs. the job of the entrepreneur
- About the headstands, the story of the original inspiration and the philosophical implications
- On overcoming anxiety in business and day to day life
- Viewing subtle and subconscious entrepreneurial opportunities after living abroad
- How to cultivate a network of location independent friends and the social permission to live like this
- All the other Lovely Stuff
- Get more information on Chris’s site Tokyo Cheapo
- Read Hobo CEO Productivity Post Four Wheels to Get Moving
- The Motivation Hacker by Nick Winter – Success Spirals
- The Art of Learning by Joshua Waitzkin
- Bio-markers – Quantified Self
- Dynamite Circle
- The Art of Thinking Clearly by Rolf Dobelli
- Connect with Chris:
- Spirit Bird by Xavier Rudd (Lexar Remix)
What’s your internet based business looking like? Have you started it? If not what’s holding you back? If you have, please link it up. It will get you back link and perhaps there will be another member of the community who could use your stuff.