As usual, 4 weeks have gone by in the blink of an eye. Bolivia has not just been the most productive WiFi Tribe chapter I’ve ever been on, it has probably been the most productive month of my life. Ever.
Or at least since I was two years old and my brain was a sponge, soaking up words and worlds of information. I suppose that’s probably the most productive time in any human’s life in terms of life lessons learned.
Hopefully, I‘ll be able to hold onto most of that productivity in Mexico, my next destination for about 6 weeks. I think, as long as I stick to some sort of routine, it‘ll be quite possible.
Next up is the Nomad Summit in Cancun, where I‘m flying as we speak. The coming weekend will be all about networking with other remote workers, learning new stuff about being and growing as a remote entrepreneur, and enjoying some heat in rainy Cancun, before it‘s on to the Mexico City chapter with WiFi Tribe at the end of next week.
Oh, and book stuff. My plan is to get the book set up as ebook and print version on Amazon, and then dive into all the different promotion strategies I‘ve got planned.
One step at a time.