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Welcome to my site. My name is Greg Hung and it’s my job to help you find your time and location freedom especially if you’re a Videographer or Creator. As a late 30 something location independent I look for a combination of value and comfort. With my unique background I’m able to offer you advice and travel tips on South Africa, Vancouver Canada, and Asia as a start.
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Inspiration & Ideas
It always helps to get some ideas and ispiration from other entrepreneurs. On my podcast (The Greg Hung show) I’ve interviewed entrepreneurs from around the world that share their stories and their unique online business. You can listen to the podcast on itunes here or check out the show notes here. Please leave me a 5 star review on itunes so I know you enjoy it!
TRAVEL & LOCATION INDEPENDENT GUIDES
I’ve travelled and lived in destinations like Taipei Taiwan, Chiang Mai Thailand, Bangkok, Penang, Singapore, South Africa, and Vancouver for a month or longer. I’ve visited even more destinations for filming trips or vacations with a list to long to mention. I’m a big believer in slow travel and share some excellent tips for setting up a base or places to visit and film over here.
RESOURCES FOR INDEPENDENT VIDEOGRAPHERS & CREATORS
This is a special page I’ve put together with all the tools, gear, and guru’s I’ve followed on my journey to help you.My journey and story.
I have a unique background being of Chinese South African heritage. I was originally born in South Africa where I went to a strict all-boy private school before relocating to Canada. After relocating several times in Canada my family settled in Vancouver, Canada. I managed to become a highly ranked Tennis junior player in British Columbia. I was always into computers and began university in Computer science at Simon Fraser University. I caught up with the party life that I missed in high school during University and somehow managed to finished my degree in Communications at Simon Fraser University. After that I built a solid career in IT working my way up the corporate ladder to an IT Manager.
I always wanted to be successful. My definition of success at the time was what most people consider a normal path to success. Study hard and get a degree, get a good job doing what you love, earn good money, get your own place, get a good car ,and try to have a family. I did all that. I was an IT manager for a top private company in Vancouver, one of the most livable cities in the world. I bought my own 745 square foot apartment in downtown Yaletown Vancouver and owned a decent ride. I should have been happy, but to be honest with myself I wasn’t.
Making a consistent income over the Internet was a great feeling that I wanted more of.
Things I can’t live without
- Gear to create and share content – Laptop, Camera, Phone and accessories I need to create and communicate
- Fast Wifi – To upload and download. Fast is a minimum of 10mb/s down/up
- Liberal Internet – Some countries like Singapore and Mainland China restrict certain sites and Social media. At a minimum I need access to social media for my business
- Balance and exercise – I love to keep fit whether it’s swimming, tennis, basketball, or riding a bike. Sometimes I need to unplug from all technology
- Good comfort foods – Sometimes I think I should create a food blog. I love foods from around the world – dumplings, meat pies, burgers, spaghetti bolognese, beef noodles, curries, and much more
- A strong black coffee. Medium roast Eastside from JJ bean coffee in Vancouver is good. UCC coffee in Taipei and Japan is good too
- Craft Beer, Dry Japanese Beer, Big Reds, Crisp cool White wines – Asahi super dry gold, IPA’s, merlot
- Fresh juices – Delicious guava juice, coconut milk, fresh orange juice.
I’ve reinvented myself into a success before and my plan is to follow the process that has worked for me before plus then some and develop a successful business. By signing up to my newsletter you can expect to hear travel stories and valuable tips and lessons learned on this journey to becoming a successful digital nomad.
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