I started this blog with a very specific goal in mind. I want to show 100 000 people how to automate their income and become full-time travelers. In my opinion, the biggest obstacle that we face in our pursuit of freedom isn’t our lack of time, money, or connections. It’s our belief system. If you believe that it is impossible to automate your income, then you’ll prove yourself right. Fortunately, I’ve found the opposite to be equally true.

The good news is, once you realize that it’s possible, automating your income is far easier to achieve than you probably realize. Thousands of ordinary people, from all walks of life, achieve this goal every year. I’ve spent a great deal of time studying these individuals, and I’m yet to find one with an extra arm, an extra brain, or a super power. For the most part, they are regular folks, just like you and me. The only difference between them and the rest of humanity is insight; they’ve taken the time to master an income generation strategy. The simplest and most common of these strategies is the creation of an online business.

Setting up an automated online business is a learnable skill, just like any other. I made a firm decision to apply and develop this skill for myself. To my surprise, it took me just eight weeks to build an automated online business, BuyRunningSafety, which generated in excess of $1000 per day. Amazingly, the process that I followed to achieve this result was so straightforward that it left me wondering why I hadn’t done it sooner. As I’m sure you can imagine, this business and the subsequent businesses that I have modeled after it, have radically altered my life. I now spend nine months out of every year traveling the world, having adventures, or working on other items on my bucket list.

You can read my full story here: How I Became a Full-time Traveler


I’m not here to brag. My goal in sharing this story is simply to help you overcome the one big obstacle mentioned above. I want you to believe that it’s possible, through deliberate action, to redesign your daily life. Even more than this, though, I want to show you how to take your first step. I want to show you how to take your passions, interests, or hobbies and turn them into profitable online businesses.

Take Your Pick

Ok, so I’m a little obsessed with full-time travelers. I love meeting people who share my lifestyle and finding out how they fund it. Over the past year, I’ve had several opportunities to meet such people and I’ve researched even more. I’m constantly amazed by their creative solutions to the problem of income automation. By studying those who have already succeeded in this endeavor, the budding full-time traveler has his pick when it comes to online business ideas.

I know people who earn six and seven figures selling training webinars, membership website access, premium blog subscriptions, downloadable courses, eBooks, t-shirts, gadgets, and more. Most of these businesses are set up in a matter of days for less than $100. Also, they are often completely automated and carry little-to-no fixed overheads.

Really, with a bit of insight, anybody can set up a profitable online business. When done right, these businesses require a nominal financial investment and can be developed in one’s free time. The biggest cost is the time involved in learning the ropes. Of course, there is no need to learn this from personal experience. Observing those who’ve gone before you, and then implementing their strategies in a market of your own can radically reduce the learning curve. I’d like to help you do this.

Here’s the Deal

As the first step towards achieving my goal, I am going to share 101 online business ideas with you. All of these ideas have been tried and tested in the real world and can be used to achieve the goal of income automation.

If you’ve read any of my blog posts or downloaded my free content, you’ll know that I don’t produce filler. When it comes to my blog, it is either quality information or it doesn’t get published. With this in mind, every idea that I send you will meet the following criteria:

  1. It will be tried and tested in the real world,
  2. It will be simple enough to set up from home,
  3. It will cost less than $100 to set up,
  4. It will lend itself to automation

If you’d like to get your hands on this content, simply click here and sign up for free. Also, if any questions arise as you go through the ideas, then let me know. I’ll do my best to answer them in one of my Q&A posts as soon as possible.

Click the following link, and let’s do this together! Send me 101 online business ideas.

About The Author

My name is Dejan and I love adventure. I love it so much, in fact, that I spend the most of every year traveling the world and crossing items off of my bucket list. The rest of my time is spent teaching others to do the same. Click here to find out how.

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6 Responses

  1. Ariel

    I don’t know if I quite get the whole dealing with the manufacturer of the item but how does he get a notification when an item is purchased or do you send him an email every time someone buys something in your website?

    • Dejan

      Hey, Ariel.

      Most eCommerce systems come with the ability to automatically notify suppliers when orders are created. If you’re using Shopify or BigCommerce, you can use a plugin called “Ordoro” to achieve this. It works like a bomb!

  2. Berk

    Hi Dejan,

    I have questions mainly relating to the partnership with the original seller / product owner. In most cases, I imagine the product owner will run their own online store, and there will be minimal incentive for them to offer a wholesale reselling arrangement with another party – how do you get around this part, or find products where there is no established store / outlet?

    Thanks for the information and tips.

    Kind regards,

    • Dejan

      Hi, Berk.

      I used the term “wholesale” loosely to describe a bulk purchasing agreement. I was the best retail customer that he’s ever had, so he gave me a very good price.

      The purpose of arbitrage is to test products before investing in stock. Once the store is doing well, you may want to move your operation to a professional drop shipper.

  3. Harris

    Hi Dejan,

    I had a couple questions about the agreement you had with the supplier. Im assuming that the supplier, was the creator of the product, or they had the re-sale rights? And was also wondering how returns ect worked. If the supplier gave you a wholesale price, you receive x amount for the item, and the shipping, pay the supplier for the shipping and the wholesale price, and keep whats left, but does the purchaser deal with the supplier for returns/faulty products or dissatisfaction, or as you are the seller, have to deal with this?

    Kind Regards,

    • Dejan

      Hi, Harris. Great question!

      I sold the products at a retail price, then bought them from my supplier at a wholesale price. If the customer wanted to return a product, they would ship it back to my “warehouse”, and I would issue them with a refund. At the same time, I would contact the eBay seller and arrange a refund of my own.

      Dealing with returns is a manual process. Because my goal was automation, I quickly outsourced this role to a freelancer on Upwork.com.


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