Recently, I made the journey to Chiang Mai, Thailand to attend The Entrepreneur House.
The group consists of ~20 online entrepreneurs, digital nomads and advisors from around the world who spend one month together to help take their businesses and lives to the next level.
I'm sharing my story, giving you a peek at what 30 Days at The Entrepreneur House looks like. From lessons learned to the activities, I'll dive into this experience of a lifetime.
The 'why' is easy. On my journey to find purpose, this program would make it impossible not to grow, step outside my comfort zone, meet new people and gain more clarity.
It didn't take me long to make the decision to join after hearing this podcast about Co-living and co-working: AP 123 – Co-Living: The New (or not so new) Trend With Digital Entrepreneurs.
When I ventured to Thailand several years ago, it was for a different purpose: to have fun and see a new place. This time, while I expect to have fun, it's more about doing things that will help me get to the next stage in business and in life.
30 Days of The Entrepreneur House ~ Chiang Mai, Thailand
I'm sharing my journey along with pictures, videos and other cool stuff on The Lifestyle Accountant Facebook Page. Please join my page to stay up to date on the latest.
I'll also keep an index of those posts here:
- Day 1: That Feeling You Get When You Realize You've Done Something Horribly Right
- Day 3: Feel The Energy Around You
- Day 4: There's No Such Thing As 'Boring' In Chiang Mai
While attending The House, I had the opportunity to meet a former accountant, Chris The Freelancer and was interviewed by him and recorded this video interview:
After Attending 'The House'
After attending The Entrepreneur House, a couple very cool things happened:
I created The Lifestyle Accountants Facebook group for likeminded accountants to interact, support, inspire, motivate, and assist each other on their journey.
Also, I was interviewed by Founder of The Entrepreneur House, Chris Reynolds, on his podcast:
The Bottom Line
Getting the opportunity to attend The Entrepreneur House was one of the best investments and experiences of my life.