Excuse the cocky attitude.
But – if there’s one thing I’ve learned: it’s okay to credit yourself for your hard work. Yes, I can always improve and always do bigger and better things. There is always room for that, whether you’re living on ramen or living like Bill Gates. However, I’ve come through hell and high water to get where I am today.
That said, credit where credit is due. I don’t exist in a vacuum. People have helped me out in all manner of situations. It’s my belief that passing on skills, knowledge, resources, and stories is how we learn and grow together. It’s how we make the world a better place. This has certainly been done for me, and I strive to do it for others.
That is why it’s my life mission to keep experimenting with ideas and passing on what I learn to you.
My goal is to help you:
- connect with those around you,
- grow as an individual, and
- contribute to the world at large.
My journey as a vagabond began early in 2012. I hopped into my Ford Focus Hatchback and took off to see all 48 contiguous states before returning home. It was so crazy, it actually worked. Since then, I’ve been around the world and back, and show no signs of slowing down.
Maybe you’re here because you read one of my crazy stories somewhere on the internet. Or perhaps you heard that I teach people to run websites that make money (no matter your skill level). Either way, you’re in the right place. My passion is helping people succeed at a life without boxes.
It always comes back to this one idea:
Know how to use what life dealt you to achieve your goals.
That often translates into picking up a few practical skills. You must learn to spot (and seize) opportunity.
My expertise lies in helping small businesses and freelancers use the web to get there. And all the while, I can regale you with countless tales and show what it takes to support yourself while traveling.
Let’s make things happen.
You can subscribe to any of the projects where I pursue these goals in different ways:
- Without Boxes, where we destroy social boxes one story at a time. Say no to the status quo!
- Workstyling, where we train you to leave your office-based job and become location independent.
- Dialect Pro, where I coach small business owners and independent bloggers to run effective websites on their own.
I can’t wait to see you there!
– Anne Dorko