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Pick up clients and work out of coffee shops!

The Guide to Becoming Location Independent.

Richard Patey became location independent by getting the confidence to pick up clients and use software tools required to work remotely anywhere in the world. 

This book explains how he did it, and how you can too.

In This Book You’ll Learn:

  • Why you need to trust your gut and switch your thinking from scarity to abundance - the money is out there, you just need to be able to see it.
  • Why you should start by making money from your efforts (and not your passions) and why you need to actively choose who you do business with.
  • How to fake it until you make it - ten step guide to building your site and picking up your first paying client. Includes actual email template that works. 
  • 6 interviews with other location independent entrepreneurs who give advice for leaving the 9-5.
  • This is a short impactful book packed with insightful interviews with fellow nomadic entrepreneurs who've chosen to work from anywhere around the world.

    Mark Leruste

    Author of 'It's Not You It's Me'
  • Download it, go to your local coffee shop and flirt with the possibility of living and working location free!

    Robert Ashton

    Author of 'The Entrepreneur's Book of Checklists'
  • One of the things I like best about "Coffee Shop Entrepreneurs" is Patey's firm, indeed defiant, endorsement of escaping the traditional office as a primary value. 

    Andrew Rogers

    Amazon Vine Voice
  • Good info on why working a 9 to 5 is redundant. It's not safe in today's economy and is not the best use of your time.

    James Thomas

    Founder, Build Pivot Grow
  • Herein lies the caffeine of much self learning and self development whether you pursue absolute location independence, or independence of mind from the tyranny of the tired old 9 to 5 paradigm.

    Sean Steadman

    Author of 'Seeing As I'm Here'

Richard Patey

About the Author

After turning 30 and freaking out Richard quit his charity bid-writer job at the end of 2009 with the intention of being able to make a living from a laptop anywhere in the world.

He set up his company Profit Is Good Ltd but it took over three years (his first 1000 days in business) to actually figure out what makes money, how to pick up clients you want and what software tools you need to be able to work anywhere in the world.

He wrote the book to capture the lessons learned to help others build the mindset and skillset required to quit their jobs and thrive in the new location independent economy.