TraveLiving: Creating Your Own Portable Lifestyle

Monday 30th, November 2009


Julian & Jon-Jon on Tricycle

Julian & Jon-Jon Share a Boracan Tricycle

Dear Friends & Fellow Travelers,

What a difference a month makes! Our last issue of TraveLiving went out just after we arrived here on Boracay in the Philippines. Since then we have settled into a beautiful home, made friends with a number of people, found support for our kids and everyday living, and learned quite a bit about life here.

As for all of you back in the States, we trust you had a wonderful Thanksgiving celebration. We spent last Thursday swimming in the ocean with our kids, caught an amazing sunset over the water, and then ate a scrumptious dinner on the shore by candlelight. It was wonderful.

And then this weekend we released our new product, The Career Quickfix. We're amazed at how many of you are interested! We pumped-up the original and now the NEW and IMPROVED Career Quickfix is a 6-week course containing a hefty manual on getting the most out of yours as well as over 5 hours of audio to guide you to your career dream.

Out of the 100 copies that are on sale, about 60 are already gone. If you are at all interested in this new release, check it out now while you can still get a discounted copy.

We are super proud of this product and can tell we will have many success stories coming from it just like back in the day when the original, live Career Quickfix saw hundreds of people flourish in their job lives.

Get The Career Quickfix now to take back the reins in your working life. And what better way to get on with your Portable Lifestyle than to be in fully control of your life's work!

Abundant Travels,
            Jon & Kathryn

3 Things Between You & Your Millions

Home WorkIf you're not seeing prosperity happen, don't blame it on the economy. Too many people are flourishing now, including entrepreneurs across the board... Read More >>

Unique Transport in Southeast Asia

Julian Yellow TrikeAs we begin our second trip through the Eastern Hemisphere in two years, we are once again reminded of differing ways transportation is provided to tourists and locals alike... Read More >>

Recordings and FREE Stuff

Only a few days left to sign-up for, download, and/or listen to the following FREE recordings before they are pulled from our website December 8th! Click on the respective link below:

1) Career Turnaround (FREE audio)

2) Make 6 Figures Virtually (FREE audio)

3) Step Fully into Private Practice (FREE audio)

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In this issue #11

Three Things Between You & Your Millions

Work at HomeIf you're not seeing prosperity happen, don't blame it on the economy. Too many people are flourishing now, including entrepreneurs across the board (a recent study shows), so if you're not manifesting, look in the mirror.

Here are 3 blocks you may have and how to get rid of them.

1. LACK OF BELIEF: You can't get beyond your thought that talk of big money & traveling the world sounds like pie in the sky.

SOLUTION: Look harder for success stories & catalogue your own wins to egg you on. Ignore any bad news or naysaying.

2. LITTLE KNOWHOW: Perhaps you have nary a clue of ways you can welcome in your fortune. And you don't know where to start.

SOLUTION: Use our free teleseminars to begin (most are being discontinued soon, so hop on it!), consider our products, all of which come with some ways to immediately boost your income and begin by setting an intention for how much you want to make this year. Things will start showing up to lead you into your millions.

3. SECURITY ISSUES: There is a BIG correlation between self-esteem and how much you're making. If you don't think you're worth much, you won't ask for it & you may even play doormat.

SOLUTION: Get rid of your smallness, and get busy building confidence. Vow to never again give yourself away. Oh, and did we mention our brand new 6 week Career Quickfix has a module on self-esteem in every week? THIS is how important it is!

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Unique Transport in Southeast Asia

Phuket Tuk TukAs we begin our second trip through the Eastern Hemisphere in two years, we are once again reminded of differing ways transportation is provided to tourists and locals alike. While the name taxi is used most everywhere (or the variants taksi & teksi), the following vehicles couldn't be more unique.

In Thailand it is the tuk tuk (took-took). Traditionally a small 3-wheeled "car" built to carry two or three passengers, tuk tuks have evolved in some areas into mini pickup trucks that can carry up to ten on benches in their covered yet open-air beds.

Gili Cidomo flatFor short trips while in Indonesia, Bali Dokarwe rode on horse-drawn dokars (DOH-kar) and cidomos (chih-DOH-moh). While the dokar of Bali consists of a traditional and somewhat fancy two-seater atop two wooden spoked-wheels, Gili Trawangan's simpler cidomo can seat four and utilizes automobile wheels which tend to give passengers a smoother ride.

Manilla JeepneyThe Philippines offers at least two more modes of public transportation just as unique as the vehicles listed above. In Manilla there's the jeepney (JEEP-nee) which came about after the Second World War as a modified (stretched) American Jeep. Jeepneys generally follow specific routes Boracay Tricyclelike a bus and can carry 16-18 people on two bench seats in the rear bed.

And then of course there's the tricycle (TRY-sih-kuhl) here on Boracay which is essentially a motorcycle with a covered side car. Believe it or not, they can seat up to eight passengers (including one on the back of the bike). Just make sure the engine is a powerful one before heading any up any hills.

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