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This four part video series is about how to live life on your own terms. We share our personal experiences and learnings from the five years that it took us to transition to living life on our own terms.

Live Life On Your Own Terms Video Series

“Doing what you like is freedom. Liking what you do is happiness.” Frank Tyger

Episode 1: What It Means to Live Life On Your Own Terms

This episode will help you figure out what living life on your own terms means. For us, it meant leaving corporate America, working for ourselves doing something that we love and enjoying life now. Getting out of the consumerism frame of mind and reevaluating our life was key. At the end of the episode is an exercise to help you start the process of figuring out what it means to live life on your own terms.

Episode 2: Gaining Financial Freedom

This episode will discuss gaining financial freedom and what that means for living life on your own terms. Financial freedom is the ability to live your life the way you want to because you got rid of unnecessary debt and you’re no longer a slave to your job. We share the steps that we took to become financial free.

Episode 3: Planning for Your New Life and Taking Risks

This episode will discuss planning and taking calculated risks. Planning consists of three phases: research, building a roadmap and setting goals. We also discuss having backup plans and why you’ll need to take some calculated risks.

Episode 4: Transitioning and Living Life On Your Own Terms

The final episode will discuss starting to live life on your own terms and challenges during the transition period. Some of the challenges we faced included quitting our jobs and getting rid of material possessions. The net result was the freedom that comes with living life on our own terms which we found to be very rewarding.

To learn more about how we transitioned to a nomadic lifestyle, check out my book Take Risks.