How would you like to make money traveling — travel forever without worrying about how to pay for it?
Several months ago I wrote about how to afford to travel forever through a program called Project Mojave. At that time I had mixed feelings about posting about Project Mojave, because it’s not entirely relevant to Go Green Travel Green readers and I didn’t have any precise results to share with you at that time.
Now I do.
First, let me tell you who this program is not for:
- It’s not for people who are happy with their income and have no desire to make more money.
- It’s also not for people who don’t have or aren’t willing to commit time and energy to something. Getting results from Project Mojave takes hard work.
But, if you’re willing to put in the effort, my experience has been that Project Mojave has paid off big time.
Let me tell you what Project Mojave has allowed me to do:
- I’ve increased readership on this blog by over 100%
- I’ve increased my blog revenue by 400% (in 3 months)
- I’ve launched an additional online business that’s allowing me to make a sizeable income.
Thus I’ve reached my goal, which I established when I started PM, of being able to pay for (most of) law school.
Project Mojave is not some sort of sketchy internet marketing program. You’re not going to be selling acai berry weight loss pills. I’ve had drinks with (and even played tennis with) Clay Collins (the founder) and he’s a good guy.
Clay started Project Mojave because he wants people to be able to have the income they need to live the life they want. He calls it creating a freedom business. For many people this means quitting their jobs and spending more time with their families, for others it’s about being able to make money traveling and travel around the world and not worry about money. I’m probably the odd one for wanting to afford to go to law school. Clay advocates finding the intersection of what you are passionate about and what can make you money and he gives you the tools to do this. Again, it’s not selling a sketchy product, but selling something that you believe in that people want to buy. It’s about helping people.
Project Mojave is a solid program which I would wholeheartedly recommend to help you make money traveling. He’s opening it back up for new members in less than a week. To stay up to date and figure out if it’s right for you, check out his website by clicking here.