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Alejandro Nuñez is the man.

It has only been about 8 months since Alejandro started his blog, Mi Viaje Por el Mundo, but he is already able to support himself with his blog and ebooks. In a short time, he has built a list of over 3,000 passionate subscribers, and 45,000+ Facebook followers.

Since most bloggers and many micro-preneurs often struggle to monetize their efforts, especially in the beginning, I invited Alejandro to share his experience and knowledge on the show. Alejandro has a ton of ideas when it comes to ways bloggers and online entrepreneurs can build their brand and earn more money.

This was a really fun interview.

A few of the many things we cover:

Alejandro Nuñez, writer and digital nomad from Mi Viaje por el Mundo

  • The number one reason why so many struggle when it comes to blogging (and self-employment)
  • The mindset and psychology needed to succeed
  • The “1,000 True Fans” approach to earning a living doing what you love
  • An important analogy and method to “start with the endgame” in mind
  • Why most entrepreneurs who pursue their passion fail to earn very much money
  • How to find great product ideas, and validate your ideas
  • An easy solution anyone can use to create their first product (such as travel guides) within a few weeks and begin earning monthly passive income
  • And a ton more!

This was a fascinating discussion that gave ME a bunch of different ideas, and hope it will inspire you too!

About The Author

Danny Flood is co-founder of OpenWorld, the world's #1 resource for active lifestyle creators. An entrepreneur since age 9, he went from broke ramen-eating college graduate to growing a profitable online business and pursuing lifestyle design with reckless abandon. Through his many adventures around the world, he has been robbed, fallen from bridges and motorbikes, hugged exotic animals, and nearly died several times in pursuit of his dreams. While he could be anywhere, he feels most at home in San Diego, Tokyo, Florianopolis, Buenos Aires, and Penang. Like us on Facebook.

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5 Responses

  1. Jackie Bolen

    Great post! I can relate to what you just shared here because I’m earning amply too, through my blogs and e-books.