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Lifestyle Design Thailand

How old is the average guy that retires in Thailand? About 55? But what if your 20 years old and you want to live in Thailand? Well this question must get asked everyday by guys across the globe maybe not 20 but definitely millions of guys under the retirement age who want to live in Thailand.

For the most of the younger guys and younger I mean guys who are anywhere up to the retirement age. Men who have discovered Thailand and everything available here but have no means in which to earn a living in Thailand.

Lifestyle Design is about living life under the new economy rules, having the time and mobility to go anywhere you want. You no longer have to invest in a guest house in Thailand when you can sell bookings online, you don’t have to sit in a classroom when you can teach online. There’s no need to open a bar when you can make more money creating a blog about the beer you drink while travelling the world! Or you could be like holistic dad  who makes money coaching people over Skype from lovely Phuket! Then there are people like Johnny who teaches you about lifestyle design and makes Thailand his home and Justin who actually makes his money teaching you how to make money online from Thailand.

There are so many lifers living in Thailand and it’s growing to the point now that I’m sure it will overtake the traditional retirement guy.

You no longer have to work for 40 years save up wait for the pension then move to Thailand. You can experience your dream right now it’s possible and thousands of people are already doing it.

Ever since Tim Ferris wrote his book The 4 hour work week and mentioning Thailand as one of the places he lived Lifestyle Designers have been coming here to live in droves. Attracted by the cheap prices and easy lifestyle Lifers as I’ll call them now realise how they can live lives beyond what their money will get them back home.

A lot of Lifers tend to go for the 007 lifestyle and never let on that they actually live in Thailand. I think a lot of guys don’t want anyone knowing that they’re at the Go Go’s though others embrace it same as I do.

Lifestyle Design to some is a science but it’s really not that complicated just take whatever it is you love to do and then figure out how to put that passion online for other people to follow.

Anyone who wants to live the Pimp Daddy lifestyle every day before they have a million dollars in the bank and before they hit retirement age should be designing their life now, creating automatic cash generation systems that allows you the time and freedom to do what it is you want to do.

I wrote the book how to make money in Thailand which explains how I generate great income year over year in Thailand with virtually no investment at all and with little to no skills what so ever. Now if I can do it anyone can!

I will say one thing that separates Lifers from other people and that’s their dedication and diligence in working on their life design each and every day.

If your living in Thailand by design then please, leave a comment, let us know how your doing it.


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About Chris

Chris founded Living Thai and author of the books Learn the The Thai Alphabet and How to make money in Thailand also the Blueprint for Living in Thailand. Chris started this blog with the aim of educating westerners on how to have the best time in Thailand, to make new friends and to vent his frustrations Chris is also fluent in both written and spoken Thai.

2 Responses to Lifestyle Design Thailand

  1. Foxy September 18, 2012 at 1:50 pm #

    I can attest that with determination, some smarts, and a little luck, any Westerner can not only make it out here, but can be very successful. At least of the Western people I’ve met over the years, if you’re smart enough and brave enough to pack up and leave your home country, you’re already headed down the right path. All my school mates who stayed back home are now struggling day to day with their jobs and their miserable families, and seem to have absolutely no joy or adventure left in their lives. After 20 years away I have so little in common with any of these guys now that I can hardly call them my mates. Now they’re just somebody that I used to know.

    In my case, I moved to Asia at age 25. By 35 I’d made (and sadly, lost) literally millions with one of my online startups. I pressed on and by 45 another one of my online startups had earned me enough to retire very comfortably – pretty much anywhere in the world I might choose to live. Now I’m retired at 45. There’s a lot more to the story, obviously, and there were many very rough patches along the way, but there was also an awful lot of goofing off and seeking new experiences. I would never want to trade the life I’ve had here, even if I had never been “successful” – living and working in Asia has been such a blast! So if you’re young and considering moving to Asia, my advice is don’t hesitate – go now!!

  2. newjoncity April 15, 2013 at 6:57 pm #

    thanks for the motivation buddy…ill be right there.

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