I’m going to teach you how to work and travel.

When I asked my readers what’s the one thing they could name that’s preventing them from traveling, the overwhelming response was:

I don’t have any money!

This came as no surprise to me. Most people think that they either don’t have enough money to travel, or they are afraid of losing their job if they do, or they have a decent amount of initial savings but don’t know how to keep making money while they’re traveling.

I get it. I was there too.

I’ll never forget quitting my job at a corporate law firm at the young age of 22 with dreams of traveling the world. Most of my coworkers thought it was a silly, far-fetched, and impossible idea. One coworker said to me, “So what, are you a trust fund baby or something?”

Far from it. When I landed in New Zealand, I had about $1000 in my bank account and nothing but a working holiday visa to get a job once I got there as my safety net.

And that worked for me for two years, first in New Zealand and then in Australia. I’d settle down in one city, work a while, travel, settle down again, work a while… and I was happy with that at the time.

After I had been on the road for two or three years, I went back to the US to regroup.

I was determined to find a way to make money from my laptop.

I didn’t want to be stuck in one location while I worked and tried to save as much money as possible for my next adventure. I wanted more freedom than that.

So over the course of six months, I clicked on pretty much every “work at home” link I found. I dedicated hours of every day to finding legitimate virtual job opportunities.

I went through a lot of scams. At times, I even worked for less than minimum wage just to figure the whole thing out.

view from my apartment pool

view from my pool on the 10th floor – photo by Joel Duncan

Fast forward to today  – I’ve been working online since 2010. I make a very nice income and don’t even work that often.

Is it your dream to travel the world, but you don’t know how to make money while you travel?

I don’t want you to have to go through what I did. I want to teach you how you can find real jobs online and work from wherever you want.

That’s why I, along with my partner Dwayne, created the Virtual Employee Genius video course.

What is Virtual Employee Genius?

work and travel

Virtual Employee Genius is the complete guide to finding work online. In this video course, we teach you:

  • Where to find real jobs online
  • How to stand out above the competition
  • How to identify employers that pay well
  • How to keep clients coming back
  • How to make money from basic skills that you already have
  • Exclusive interviews with me that reveal ALL of my tips for making real money online
  • And we even teach you a few skills that you can use to make money online

I’m here to show you that working while traveling is a very real possibility that YOU can do.

  • disqus_RD2BgNCnVI
    May 18, 2013

    Is the information the same old , rehashed junk they sell on the WF?
    Sign up to Odesk, Elance, Fiverr , make millions, become a VA,
    information they clearly already have for free, blah blah bullshit, blah
    blah. Is there any kind of guarantee you offer? Like make your first
    dollar or money back guarantee. Not trying to sound like a dcik… Huge
    fan of your site Jasmine.. but I’ve been burned in the past. Why would
    you release information that would cause increased competition?

  • Jasmine Stephenson
    May 18, 2013

    Dear Anonymous,

    I created this video course with my partner because there are a lot of people out there who want to travel but don’t know how to make money at the same time and have no clue that there is an online marketplace for jobs or that they even have skills that they can use virtually to make money.
    In the course I show people exactly how I find work online and tips for standing out above the competition, just like it says on the website.
    It sounds like you already know a lot about the internet and this is designed for the audience I mentioned above. Therefore, I don’t believe this product will be a good fit for you.
    Good luck,

    Jasmine Stephenson (http://jasminestephenson.com)
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