OD on Life - Come get high with us: Getting Outside Your Comfort Zone with Aron Raduly - OD on Life #16

Thursday, December 24, 2015

Getting Outside Your Comfort Zone with Aron Raduly - OD on Life #16



I talk with Aron about his journey from Hungary, to England and on to Thailand, while he made deliberate moves to improve his lifestyle and income.  It's a unique story of making bold choices and ignoring the doubters.  Aron now lives in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and has a successful Amazon FBA business.

Aron Raduly

The Chiang Mai Digital Nomads Facebook Group mentioned in the show: www.fb.com/cmnomads
Upwork, the freelance contractor marketplace: www.UpWork.com


7 comments:

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  2. On my phone it starts to loop at the last quarter...

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    1. Yes, sorry, there was some problem with the YouTube upload. I just replaced the YouTube with the Stitcher file, which works fine. Sorry for the inconvenience and thanks for the heads up Avo.

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  3. You guys mention a course here, is there any particular one you attended, or just any random course :)

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    1. Sorry I just saw your comment Avo! Hmm, were we talking about the Amazing Selling Machine course? That's kind of the standard course for beginner Amazon FBA sellers. Let me know if that's not what you meant. Have a good one Avo. -Dan

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  4. Ha. To us Brits, Marks & Spencer is the most normal thing in the world. It's a clothes shop (for middle-aged people) and most branches have a (good) food section too. Funny to hear you guys find it a weird concept. :D

    Guess it says something about different perceptions. The same as what we might find weird in Thailand is completely normal for the locals.

    Marks & Spencer is also a godsend here in Shanghai as the food section is full of their own stuff. Most authentic British food shop in China! :D

    Lee

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    1. Ha, yep. Bang Juice is a normal name for a shop in Shanghai too, right? Nice that you get some of your British food there.
      Sorry for the slow reply, missed your comment somehow...

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