UPDATE – the book is now finished and available here: 50 Ways to Make Money While Living Overseas (Click)
A new book is on the horizon, it is about 80% finished, and will require another couple weeks to finish and polish.
50 Ways to Make Money While Living Overseas, by Jon Green will give expats in Thailand, and across the globe, fifty viable ways to make money from wherever they are. Originally it was going to be 25 Ways… then it was going to be 100 Ways… finally it was settled at 50 quality ideas that should help most people make some more cash if they are overseas, or considering moving overseas and want to earn some money while they are there.
If you are considering moving to Thailand, or Southeast Asia, or some other place – have a look at the free sample for this book when we get it posted here – and see if you think it might help you make more cash while you are living abroad.
If you are considering moving overseas on a limited budget, a pension, whatever fixed-income source you have, and you are concerned about being able to make a little (or a lot) more money while you are living abroad – this book has 50 answers that may work for you.
What would you pay to be able to get out of teaching and continue to live in Thailand?
Teaching is the usual way foreigners coming to Thailand for a short or long-term stay. Many teachers try teaching in Thailand for a term, maybe a year, and decide – it’s definitely not for them.
What to do then?
Before you quit your teaching job read this book. In it author Mike Fook outlines 50 ways to make money in Thailand, or wherever you are with an internet connection – so you can support yourself. Most of the suggestions are for online projects – but, don’t let that scare you. Mike lays it out for you completely if it’s possible to do it in a chapter, or, refers you to exactly the right place to learn the skills you need to have to make enough money to get out of teaching.
So, what would you pay to know about a project you can start today and build up in a short time so you’re earning enough money to stop teaching?
I think most teachers – if they were seriously looking for an ‘out’ of teaching and a solution that would take care of them for a year or ten – would pay 9990 baht – about $300 USD.