Ah yes, nothing would be finer than to sit in a beachside condo, looking out at either the Pacific or Atlantic Ocean. Heck, even a condo near a lake would suit me fine, too.
So the task is around location independence and what it means to me. Rather, what’s my definition of location independence. OK, here goes.
Location independence means that I have a “home base” where I call “home,” yet have the freedom to travel across the country and around the globe to do business. Take trips. Meet friends. Make new friends. It means that I can choose (my choice) to either stay in a particular area for a long, long time … or be OK with bouncing around without having a lot of material possessions.
Location independence means that I am abundantly prosperous in whatever I do, give back to the world in a meaningful way, and receive a lot of joy and pleasure out of doing so.
Yes, it does mean having a laser-like mindset and focusing my brain on the track that fits my life.
My definition isn’t going to be like another person’s because we are all different in some way, shape or form. That’s OK.
At least I have some point from which to start … at least. 🙂
(P.S. — I have to tip my hat to Allen Iverson, who recently retired from the NBA after a lengthy career, as I “riffed off” of one of his classic press conference tangents for this blog entry’s title. He was, in his prime, one hell of a basketball player.)