The 7 best Digital Nomad books

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If you want to become a digital nomad, it is important to read about this topic in advance. Read these 7 digital nomad books! #digitalnomad #nomadness
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If you want to become a digital nomad, it is important to read about this topic in advance. There are of course hundreds of blogs about the nomadic lifestyle, but there are also a number of digital nomad books. Here is a list with which 7 books are a must read! Take a look at this list with 7 digital nomad books.

What is a digital nomad?

Opinions are divided as to what a digital nomad is exactly. As a digital nomad you are location independent working via the internet. You can be a digital nomad who sets up somewhere else every week, but also that you relocate every few months.

I see myself partly as a nomad and partly as a digital nomad. I live in the Netherlands a few months a year to organize festivals. Since I have no fixed base in the Netherlands, I live as a nomad. The months that I am not in the Netherlands, I mostly live as a digital nomad. In those months I focus on publishing blogs and making money with affiliate marketing through Pinterest.

Enough about what is a nomad and why i see myself als a nomad, lets go to the best digital nomad books out there!

Digital Nomads – Esther Jacobs

For me this is the book that you have to read if you want to become a digital nomad. It provides useful tips on all aspects of nomadism. Namely how you can earn money, what problems you may encounter, what you should think about if you do not register anywhere. The book is full of useful tips and practical tips. A must read for anyone who wants to become or is already a digital nomad. There is so much to learn from this book! It is therefore seen as the Digital Nomad Bible.

The 4-Hour Workweek – Timothy Ferriss

When this book came out in 2009, many people were stimulated with the 4-hour working week concept. Not having to work from 9 to 5 has opened many people’s eyes and is also seen as the starting point of the digital nomad era.

Suitcase entrepreneur – Natalie Sisson

Natalie left New Zealand in 2006 and then started living out of her suitcase. She then wrote this bestseller and now has a location-independent online business and earns a six-figure income from it. This makes her a great example for the digital nomad community.

The $100 Startup – Chris Guillebeau

Chris visited all countries in the world for his 35th birthday, all 193! He has turned his lifestyle into a company and has written this book about it. His story and his travel blog have ensured that he is now organizing the World Domincation Summit. This book is an inspiring success story about how you can earn money doing what you enjoy!

Passport to Freedom – Garry Davis

Garry Davis is the first global citizen in the world. In 1948 he canceled his American passport and named himself a world citizen. He is the precursor of the digital nomadship. It is an inspiring story about his journey and is packed with practical tips.

Nomad Capitalist- Andrew Henderson

This book is full of anecdotes on how Andrew Henderson became a nomad capitalist. He has lots of stories and examples based on his own story. This book is nor for you if you expact a step by step on how to become a nomad capitalist. It is a great book to get some inspiration on how to make your money and get the most out of your money while traveling.

The Digital Nomad Survival Guide

And now last but definetly not least, the book that a lot of people have been raving about. The Digital nomad survival guide. I love this book! It is such a detailed down to earth book that will give you all the information about how to become and stay a digital nomad.

Are you planning to read these digital nomad books? Do you have more tips for books on this subject?

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