#020: Creative Ways to Run a Business From Anywhere in the World with Natalie Sisson

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On this episode of the Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast, I interviewed Natalie Sisson, also known as the Suitcase Enterpreneur.

In 2006, Natalie left her home country of New Zealand and since then has been traveling the world and living out of a suitcase — all while building a successful online business.

On her blog, Natalie teaches creative ways to run a business from anywhere in the world, using outsourcing, along with online tools and social media.

She’s also written a new book about how to create freedom in business and adventure in life.

In this episode, here’s what we’ll cover:

  • How Natalie started with nothing but an idea and created a successful and profitable Facebook app
  • What caused Natalie to cry herself to sleep at night and how she overcame it
  • What it takes to make significant changes in your life business
  • How to avoid undermining your progress
  • How to know your special sauce and how to use it to your advantage
  • How to get good feedback from those who know you well
  • The two big things Natalie did to launch her book
  • Natalie’s 30-day blog challenge
  • And so much more!

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Thank Natalie for sharing such great tips! < —–


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Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

Question: Does the thought of being a “suitcase entrepreneur” appeal to you, or are you more of a homebody?

  • John Obidi

    Great Podcast, Amy. I love listening to your episodes. Shout out from Nigeria!

  • http://suitcaseentrepreneur.com/ Natalie Sisson

    Thank you Amy for this fantastic interview and drawing out all the gold gems of wisdom, I really enjoyed sharing both of our creative ways that we run our business and our love for social media

  • https://kylemusser.co/ Kyle Musser

    Great podcast ladies! Love the 30 day blog challenge idea. I’ll be taking that on myself in December as a ‘Year in Review’ @nataliesisson:disqus Thanks for sharing! :)

  • http://suitcaseentrepreneur.com/ Natalie Sisson

    So glad you enjoyed it Kyle. Looking forward to seeing you take action.

  • Lee Anderson

    I loved this! Setting up my own businesses & gained so much from this poddie… ‘Special Sauce’ & ‘Sweet Spot’ – brilliant!

    So true about just doing it to! Perfection is Procrastination!

  • Doreen O’Donovan

    Thanks for introducing me to Natalie . Wow – she offers a lot of information on her webpage.

  • http://suitcaseentrepreneur.com/ Natalie Sisson

    Ha ha. That’s called years of producing content, freebies, podcasts and videos to help folks create freedom in business!

  • http://suitcaseentrepreneur.com/ Natalie Sisson

    It’s all about the sweet sauce!! :)

  • Gillian Davis

    Loved this podcast – Natalie has shared some really inspiring content! Thanks for sharing.

  • @chica Livelifenow

    I LOVED this podcast! Natalie shared some great tips and has inspired me even more to get my blog going and to stop procrastinating. I love all of your content and I always look forward to all your podcasts! Thank You!

  • http://suitcaseentrepreneur.com/ Natalie Sisson

    Thanks so much Liz!!

  • http://suitcaseentrepreneur.com/ Natalie Sisson

    So glad to hear that Gillian

  • MEE

    Cool. Thanks.

  • Kitt Depatie

    Such a great podcast,I sea kindred soul in Natalie and I am going to utilize her blog challenge! Yea!

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