Interviews with entrepreneurs who actually have free time to travel. Real location independent digital nomads. Tips on how to start your own online business and how to live the 4-hour workweek you've dreamed about. Check out http://www.TravelLikeaBossPodcast.com for show notes, bonus videos and photos!
United States
225 episodes
since Oct. 25, 2013


Josh Militz is a language tutor, world traveler, and successful dropshipper. Back in the day he even traned Muay Thai with Johnny FD in Phuket, Thailand. During this episode, Josh will share how he went from $7,000 in debt to earning $30,000+ a month with his dropshipping store. Learn to start your own store, scale-up, and overcome some of the most common obstacles. Find out why he ended up selling his store and what his plans are next!   Links: Instagram.com/josh.militz Instagram.com/johnnyfdk Anton Method Dropshipping Course Shopify.com/johnnyfd italki Language Tutor Tigermuaythai.com   Discussed: Street Food on Netflix 12 Weeks in Thailand Book Life Changes Quick italki.com/home ielts.org/en-us Rich Dad, Poor Dad - Robert T. Kiyosaki Ally Bank & Marcus Bank   Time Stamps: 00:51 - Muay Thai training in Phuket, Thailand 08:18 - “Life is sometimes hard. We need to toughen up” - Josh Militz 11:07 - How Josh started to teach in Korea & why he left 18:24 - Getting trapped as a digital nomad or expat 22:06 - “Have an open mind and be willing to change. Take a big risk” - Josh Militz 29:36 - Starting the dropshipping journey 32:11 - Stuck when attempting to call suppliers 37:48 - Getting out of your comfort zone 38:57 - Making your first call to suppliers 42:09 - “Anything in life that’s wonderful and amazing is going to be hard” - Josh Militz 42:22 - Making your first dropshipping sale 47:53 - Racking up $7,000 in credit card debt 52:26 - Cashing out and selling the dropship store 1:04:45 - Sri Lanka vs Bali 1:11:45 - Relocating to Texas to reduce taxes   Enjoy this episode? Share it with friends!
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