Fund your Fun

Follow me as I reveal my secret income stream that funds my adventure lifestyle…

It seems there is never enough money to buy all the new adventure toys…

Having an adventure lifestyle can have us dreaming of all the “toys” we would like or the “add-ons” we NEED. Now I totally understand this. I prefer to buy the best quality equipment I can afford to create the best adventure memories I can.

Somethings I need to budget and wait for. I try not to be too impulsive. Either way, I have a long list of stuff that I would yet like to acquire.

Not all of it is stuff either. I also enjoy taking classes and adding new certifications to my list of lifestyle credentials. For example, I recently completed my Emergency First Responder First Aid course and am now a registered FR.

Now, if I had a regular 9-5 job, it would be more difficult to take time off during the week to take a quick drive on my motorcycle or a scuba dive with my friend. Lucky (or is it?) for me that I have a more flexible work schedule. I am able to work on my business whenever and where ever I like. I even work from sandy beaches in the Caribbean. Wherever my laptop can go and I have access to WiFi, I can work. My “work” also doesn’t need 40 hours a week to be profitable. My goal is to work 4 hours a week and spend the rest of my week in adventure, with family, and with my community. Right now if I average out my hours, I spend about 4 hours a day (20 hours a week). The rest of my week is spent on adventures or valuable time spent with my family. You see, that I why I can’t work 40 hours a week. I highly value my time when I am not working. That is why I have chosen an alternate way of creating income opposed to the 9-5.

If creating time, location and financial freedom is intriguing to you, then visit my personal site www.richardvanliempt.com  and learn how to create the income you need to sustain your adventure lifestyle.

I hope to see you on a dirt road or diving a reef one day. Be safe and play hard, and never ever stop acting on your dreams.

Richard Van Liempt.