RV Success School
I’ve followed Marc and Julie’s blog since they started their website and I have also followed them on their YouTube channel.
They seem like a very nice couple, the kind of folks I would love to meet on the road.
On their about page, they make the following statement:
We’re here to dispel a big myth. There’s a myth that the RV life is only for retired folks, but that’s simply not true. Not anymore. These days, RVing is for couples, singles and families. RVing is for anyone who has ever dreamed about seeing the country (or world) up close, from one end to the other, one mile at a time.
Which led them, after a few years, to create the RV Success School.
I understand their situation. They love the RV lifestyle and they are not retired. Although it is possible to work remotely while traveling, I’m sure it comes with its own set of challenges. And certainly, it led Marc to finally quit his job after a few years of working while on the road.
There are many people attempting to monetize their websites and their YouTube channels. In a way, it is a spin on the book business: create good content, bring in a pool of followers and then try and sell a smaller number of followers on a subset of content.
It can’t be easy to sell an online education program with so much free content on the web. I wish them well.
For most of us, we have a season of life where we spend our days providing for our families and setting some money aside for the future. A time arrives where it is obvious that there may be other dreams to follow. Retirement is usually when dreams like traveling full-time in an RV can be realized.
Some chase their dreams early.
But it is never free.
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