Beyond Borders: A Deep Dive Into the Nomadic Way of Life
A deep dive into how three men and women with a single goal and a single vehicle have become deeply embedded throughout the world, and how they use technology and their vehicles to help each other succeed. All three of the Nomads operate independently, but all have the same goal: to provide a reliable and sustainable transportation solution to their families and communities.
As the Nomads work to grow their business across the world, they have found that not understanding the needs of others is the number one roadblock. As Nomads have often been the ones to face a challenge head-on, they use technology to their advantage. They utilize both social networks and technology to help each other succeed. When you add all of this up, Nomads have become the most successful and diverse group of self-employed individuals on the planet.
What is a Nomad?
A nomad is someone who rides a bicycle, boat, or motor scooter around the globe, and then finds a way to support a local economy and community while staying independent and focused on their core business. Nomads come in many shapes and sizes. Some of those who have become Nomads are people who are always on the go, yet never have time to stop and think about where they are going and what they have to accomplish. Others are people who try to balance their work with their passion and lifestyle, but never seem to make it happen. There are others who fall into the middle ground and are not sure how to move forward.
The three individuals behind The Nomads are all self-employed, and they all have a single goal to help people. All three of the Nomads operate independently, but all have the same goal: to provide a reliable and sustainable transportation solution to their families and communities. If you spend time with the Nomads, you will find that they use technology and their vehicles to help each other achieve this goal.
The Nomad’s story began in rural Pennsylvania where she was born. She started riding a bike, then a horse; the Nomad’s family were farmworkers, and their home stood in the shadow of a large, open fields. When