Ryan Mulvihill is a young articulate Digital nomad from Toronto that moved to Chiang Mai to escape the Canadian cold. Ryan introduced me to Thaifriendly.com where I eventually would meet my Thai girlfriend. Thanks for that Ryan. On the business side of things Ryan successfully launched his Amazon kindle book “Startup Idea Action Plan” from the ground up with a successful first month launch of $2000 Canadian in sales. Ryan brings a positive energy and a radiant entrepreneurial spirit and shares his guerrilla marketing tactics which is sure to inspire you.
You will learn:
Learn what motivated Ryan to leave Toronto and make the journey to Chiang Mai Thailand
Ryan’s process from start to launch to create his Amazon Kindle Book
A look into Ryan’s mindset of how to motivated himself to take his project seriously
Lifestyle comparison between Canada and Thailand
Ryan’s grassroots hustle and guerrilla marketing tactics that led to a success launch
I’ve decided to spend some time to put together my first Travel Ebook based in Bondi Beach and Sydney Australia documenting my filming adventures.
For the past 4 years I have put out a lot of travel content from videos, blog posts, tweets, and facebook posts. Since making the decision to start my business and making the decision to follow my heart I have been on an interesting journey with many lessons. This journey has taken me to many countries and even as you read this I’m sitting in a café in Taipei, Taiwan putting together this e-book. I wanted to create a series of e-books to share some of these adventures and along the way inform and inspire you explore and travel. I’ve taken many risks such as leaving good corporate jobs twice in Vancouver to selling my apartment and by car. As this is the first e-book I’m sure the books will evolve so I thank you for your patience. We will start in Sydney, Australia and I can tell you I have enough stories and great footage for many more books in countries such as New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan and more. Let’s begin.
See great pictures of the popular Bondi beach and Sydney
See the surf cave where I based myself on airbnb and a direct link to the airbnb listing
Learn about the shocking prices and some survival tips
I provide some of the best spots to enjoy a beer with a view of the Opera House and Harbour bridge and take awesome footage
I share some of the Sydney nightlife
I share my story of how I made some new friends in Sydney
If you interested in a free copy enter in your email and you will be sent a free link to the e-book.
Greg is a modern World Explorer, Film-maker, Mobile & Google friendly Website producer, & Entrepreneur at the intersection of travel and technology. He has directed, shot, edited, and produced over 30 high definition travel and lifestyle related videos on Youtube in addition to producing ChicVoyage in Asia – modern travel adventures on the Amazon.com store in 2012. He has been instructed by globally renown SLR Director and film-maker Phillip Bloom. His 4 month 2013 journey took him to Hawaii, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia.
Before heading to Melbourne I had just left Auckland New Zealand with my suitcases, camera gear, and dreams to experience Melbourne.
My plan was to spend 14 days living like a local in Melbourne, filming, and asking whether Melbourne really is the most livable city in the world? First I would live with Airbnb locals getting a taste for the lifestyle in the South Bank area and then going on to explore sights, sounds, and tastes of downtown Melbourne. Exploring the grafitti alleys of Hosier lane, sampling pour over coffee at Market Lane, or enjoying a glass of wine at a local Jazz and wine bar.
I met a family friend Melissa and we would visit the colorful houses of Brighton beach and taste some of the best pies at Skyhigh Mount Dandenong. I visited Victoria market and the infamous Rod Laver stadium, home of the Australian Open.
A trip to Melbourne would be incomplete without exploring the coast on the Great ocean road tour for a day long road trip seeing koala’s and sights like the twelve apostles.
– My real personal story and experiences in Melbourne
– Travel tips like where to get the best pies or which is the best wine jazz bar in town
– A new feature I’m introducing with this book. Twitter posts I made during the actual trip that capture the detail and mood to precise detail
– Useful links or addresses of the places I visited at the end of the book
– A live google map with the places I visited