Around the Web

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Over the last few years I’ve been fortunate enough to have done tons of interviews around the web, written guest posts for other sites, and have features done on me and my story.

I tried to highlight some of the best so that you can easily find more about me, lifestyle entrepreneurship and everything that goes along with that around the web.

I’ve left a lot of stuff out of this list, but these links are a sampling of some of the venues where I’ve been seen from day 1 all the way up to present day.

BBC News

Could You Run a Marathon Without Training? The BBC did a report on how I ran a marathon without training.

Get Rich Slowly: Time Magazine’s Top 30 Blogs of 2011

Forbes

Yahoo!

6 Businesses You Can Run from a Tropical Island - It was after not getting a ink in this article, I learned to always reference your website in the body of an article. Look at all those comments! See this post for my follow up: Why America Hates Everything but the Status Quo.

Psychology Today

The Siren Call of Starting Over. This was my biggest magazine feature ever, and it profiled how I quit my job and started my own business.

Entrepreneur

10 Questions to Ask Before Quitting Your Job to Start a Business – I was interviewed by Entrepreneur Magazine about what it takes to quit your job.

TEDx Carnegie Melon

The Future of the American Dream.  I gave this talk in March of 2011, my first major speaking gig.

The Art of Non Conformity

The Art of Non Conformity. I was honored to have a chapter about my transition from 9 to 5 to entrepreneurship in NY Times Bestselling Author Chris Guillebeau’s book.

Unclutterer

Less Stuff, More Adventure. A guest post I wrote during the early years.

DIY Themes

How to Become a Relative Expert. This post on the Thesis Theme blog forms the basis for some of my ideas around solopreneurship.

Everything-Everywhere: Time Magazine’s top 30 blogs of 2010

A Beginners Guide to HDR Travel Photography - I wrote this around the launch of my HDR photography book in early 2011.

Nomadic Matt

Thailand’s Most Dangerous Island. A guest post coinciding with my first product launch, Overcoming the Fear of Uncertainty.

Dwolla Blog

The Costs of Accessing Your Money. Paypal alternative Dwolla did a write up on me and how I leveraged the tool to save money with my business.

Live Uncomfortably

Gorgeous Girls, Fast Boat, French Riviera. The very first guest post I ever wrote – this story definitely still has a soft spot in my heart :)

Exile Lifestyle

The Beauty of Spring Cleaning.  Another guest post from the early days.

Tropical MBA

Man Vs. Debt

7 Ways to Live Like a Millionaire (Without Going into Debt). Written for the Hacking the High Life launch in the summer of 2012.

Expert Enough

How to Live the Luxury Lifestyle for Less.  Written in the summer of 2012 about some of my principles behind Hacking the High Life.

Brazen Careerist

Why a Lifestyle Business Could Fit You Better than a Startup.  Getting the word out about the benefits of being a lifestyle entrepreneur!

Untemplater

Trip Films

Intro for Trip Films Readers.  A short video Andrew Todd and I put together from Breckenridge, Colorado.

Lifestyle Business Podcast

Thrilling Heroics

How Sean Ogle Quit His Job and Became a Location Independent Rockstar. An interview Cody did with me on my last day living in Bangkok.

Suitcase Entrepreneur

How to Become Location Independent.  A fun interview I did with Natalie Sisson.

Tyrone Shum

What is a Lifestyle Entrepreneur? An interview I shot while in Manila in 2010 with Australian entrepreneur Tyrone Shum.

Hack the System

How Sean Ogle Quit his Job, Traveled the World, and Became a Location Rebel. A fun interview with my buddy Maneesh Sethi that we shot while he was in Portland in December 2011.

Jet Set Life

Sean Ogle is the Master of Living Around the World. An interview I did a couple years back with Rob of Jet Set Life.

Revolution.Is. 

How Many Stories Have You Got? A short recount of my time in Bangkok during the Red Shirt protests.

The Elevator Life

This blog is from my business partners for some non-web related projects, Nick and Tim.

There you go! That’s a quick intro to some of the places you’ll see me around the web.  Feel free to check back as I update often.

 

Mo August 15, 2013 at 9:35 am

TEDx Carnegie Melon Talk is really good Sean, well done mate! Very true words! I find it very interesting the way how you present yourself and give your speech, but you know what… You are damn right about everything you said… Well done buddy, more and more i am learning about you, and i find you to become truly a wise and interesting man. By the way I thought LR is another thing that someone wanna steal my money, you have truly made something achievable. Having saying all this, I wanna see myself in three months making my $1000 ;)
See you in the inside!

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