17: Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) for Digital Nomads and Goodbye for Now with Denise Lazaroo

After one month as Digital Nomads in Ho Chi Minh City, Denise and I discuss our experience in the city and recap the first season of the Chris the Freelancer podcast. To read my full evaluation of our time in Ho Chi Minh City including Cost of Living and Coworking reports, check out my blog post. …

16: Gabriel Harper on Building a Startup on the Beach in Thailand

Gabriel is a talented young man from the UK that I met at Beachub in Koh Phangan. There he works with his brother/co-founder on an early-stage startup called Moju, a platform for companies to find Instagram influencers. I met Gabriel early on during my visit to Koh Phangan but it wasn’t until I overheard a …

15: Koh Lanta vs Koh Phangan for Digital Nomads & a Reality Check for Newbies with Guido and Marjet

Recorded on the island of Koh Phangan in Thailand’s south, today’s episode is a discussion on what it’s like to be a ‘tropical digital nomad’, living and working quite literally on the beach. Guido and Marjet are really good friends of ours that we met during our time in Koh Lanta. An experienced developer and …

14: The Podcast is Changing and I Need Your Help…

To listen to the announcement, click play on the player below: Otherwise, read on… If you’ve been listening to the podcast for a while, you’ll have noticed a very particular format. Each week, I’ve been interviewing a new digital nomad guest but now things are gonna change. To explain what I mean, I’ve got to …

13: Steph Danforth on Succeeding with UpWork and Fiverr

This week, I sit down with Steph Danforth, the freelance designer who has been travelling the world continuously for the last four years with husband, Nick Danforth. From living in a van in the United States to sightseeing in Europe, Steph has built her career 100% on the road. In this week’s episode, we talk …

12: Craig Wilson on Going Remote and Moving out to Chiang Mai

From convincing you to have a beer with him on a Friday night to enticing you to buy a product online, Craig Wilson is a born salesman. An entrepreneur for many years, Craig finally decided to move his business operations completely online to achieve location independence. In this week’s episode from Chiang Mai, Thailand, we …

11: Riley Bennett on Building a Business on Amazon

Riley and I first connected in mid April of 2016 when we met to do an interview after I discovered Riley through his YouTube channel. The young, always excited Riley now lives his dream as a location independent entrepreneur after successfully building an Amazon business with his friend and business partner Parker Morris. Listen as Riley …

10: Dylan Wolff on Becoming a Location Independent Web Developer

Around 2 years ago, Dylan Wolff made a decision to challenge himself and go after a completely new career as a remote web developer. An internal auditor for years, he decided that he wanted to learn a new skill and travel the world. Today, he works full-time as a location independent developer for distributed Ruby …

09: Raphael Szmir on Having a Mission and Building a Startup while Travelling

Click here for show notes http://christhefreelancer.com/podcast/raphael-szmir/ While most entrepreneurs in Chiang Mai are chasing passive income, Raphael is on passionate mission to help young people with their gap year decisions. His startup, Années Sabbatiques (literally Gap Years in French) is an online portal for discovering gap year opportunities. Despite his dedication to Années Sabbatiques, Raphael …

08: Adrian Ingram on Crushing It with Kindle Direct Publishing

Adrian is a young guy from Melbourne, Australia who’s completely replaced his income with Kindle Direct Publishing. Using the platform, he earns more than a few thousand every month without the need for much ongoing work. I was lucky enough to meet Adrian through Johnny FD but it wasn’t until he started his own Facebook …