It's always been my dream to write books. And now I can say I’ve started on that path. Well, I’m one book in.

And my first book was the one that made the most sense to start with.


Because for five years now, I've been a nomad. A nomad with a 9 to 5 job, a 401k, health insurance, and a team that I talked with everyday. 

I did this while getting my SCUBA certificate in Panama, eating steak in Buenos Aires, and relaxing on more beaches than I can remember. 

There are more workers like me each and every day. And, yet, there's no resource for these employees — just for bosses, marketers, and vagabonds.

Enter The 9 to 5 Nomad book. And you can buy it here .

Not interested yet? That’s okay.

Because the book isn’t just a travel guide. There’s a million of those out there already and some are really, really good. I’m not trying to compete. I’m not the guy that knows the best restaurants or clubs. There are Instagram bloggers for that.

But here’s the thing: while traveling I realized something that no author had written about before.

What was that realization? Well you’ll have to buy the book.

No, I’m kidding. I’ll tell you!

I realized that being a better worker enabled me to be a better traveler. Time, you see, is a limited resource.

And then I realized that I knew how to help travelers also be better workers. 

Again, why?

Because my day job is a Learning & Development manager, creator, and trainer. I literally teach people how to be better workers. Every. single. day.

But that’s not even the best part. For most of my time in L&D, I trained virtual workers. I showed them how they could be their best without an office and to prove to bosses, execs, clients, and more that virtual work is the future.  

This book is a combination of these two factors; how to be a better traveler with tips for making the most out of the road and how to be a great virtual worker so you can be successful in your career and your lifestyle.

So if you’re embarking for a location-independent stint of any kind, take a look through the book. It’s worth it, I promise! Any tip in there (for work, travel, or both) will be worth the few bucks you spend.

Not ready to commit to that yet? Okay! How about a free chapter. You can click on the link in the bottom left of this page or click here and I’ll send you my favorite chapter for FREE!