We just happen to be living at a time when longevity has created a new life stage that cultural anthropologist Mary Catherine Bateson calls the Age of Active Wisdom, or Adulthood II.It’s an opportunity at the end of our working lives to do something meaningful that combines active engagement with wisdom from a lifetime of experience. While our dreams and passions have continued to grow over the decades, our bank accounts haven’t necessarily kept up.No matter how rewarding your full-time job may be, finding the right side hustle business idea and eventually becoming fully self-employed is even more meaningful than great pay and solid benefits.Choosing the path of entrepreneurship, and working on your side hustle business idea, is without a doubt riskier than being content with holding a 9-5 job. However, once you’re reaping the lifestyle benefits of being your own boss and hustling your way into making significantly more money than you ever could at your day job, the hard work will have all been worth it.If you want to live in Thailand your going to need to have an income, unless you are super rich, your more likely to be like everyone else, earning a meager wage in your own country and just dreaming of living in Thailand. But how do you make money in Thailand, especially when Thai people have trouble making money?There are numerous ways to make money in Thailand and depends on your previous skill sets and budget.Listen to my episode about How to Find a Profitable Business Idea right here..., so that you can test your way into your new product or service, get feedback, validate the business idea, and start generating income before you quit your job.
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This is a true opportunity to become the artist of your own life and be part of changing the way people see the world.
Maybe you’re one of those women who dream of faraway places that you have convinced yourself you’ll never see.
There are many trained teachers who come to Thailand seeking a teaching job, but it's not for everyone.
Most English teachers make around 30,000 baht per month, this is a good wage in Thailand and you can live of that but the hours stress and general unwillingness to learn from the Thai students may have you questioning why you decided to take the job.