- Do Not Quit Your Job Right After Reading This Article
- Can Anyone Make A Living Blogging?
- What Is A Dot Com Lifestyle?
- What You Need To Become A Successful Blogger?
Part Four is where it gets very interesting. I asked some celebrity bloggers (including Darren Rowse and Steve Pavlina) to answer the following question: What You Need to Become a Successful Blogger? I will be presenting the perspectives these bloggers provided for A Dawn Journal readers. If this is your first time here, you might want to Subscribe to the RSS Feed. Thank you for reading.
Can Anyone Make A Living Blogging?
Part 3 – What Is A Dot Com Lifestyle?
Warning: Do not quit you job right after reading this article. Do quit once your entrepreneurship starts making more money than your 9 – 5 paycheque .
What Is a Dot Com Lifestyle?
Dot com lifestyle is not about what it sounds like, as you will find out reading the following links. Dot com lifestyle is not about making truck loads of money, driving over-priced cars, eating out everyday at fine restaurants, and visiting a new country every week. While you may be able to achieve some of these I just mentioned, most of the bloggers (or Internet entrepreneurs) have decided to live a simple family-oriented life, just like you and I. However, they have something which we don’t have. They are living on their own terms and they have ridiculously flexible lifestyle choices. What I think of the dot com lifestyle? These are what come to my mind and keep me motivated all the time:
- Work two hours a day and five days a week
- Live in a new country for every six months a year (if you have a family, make it two to four months)
- The whole world is your office (you can work anywhere as long as you have your laptop and internet connection)
- Live on your own terms
- Have ridiculously flexible lifestyle choices
Now, let’s look at the dot com lifestyle of some actual people who are already living it:
John Chow – A Canadian Blogger residing in Richmond, BC
Nick Ramsay – Lives in Japan with his wife and one child. Her Japanese wife picked up one English phrase very quickly: “I am not your maid!”
Bob Buskirk – A 21 year old Internet entrepreneur living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. And yes, there are even 18 year olds and younger living a dot com lifestyle as well.
Steve Pavlina – Personal Development Guru. His website gets more than 2 million visitors per month. This article is little different than those mentioned above.
To Be Continued …