Building an amazing life is just as important as building a thriving e-commerce store, and today we’re talking about something that has made a huge impact in my life: splitting time between two different places. I was hesitant about doing an episode on this topic for a long time, but I decided to share for three reasons: the impact it has had, the questions I get asked about it, and the challenges that sometimes come along with it.

So in this episode, I’m joined by two friends who also split their time, Danny and Pete, and we’re talking about how to make living in two places work. You’ll learn why they chose the cities they did, how to build a community, how to make it work when you have kids, and—of course—how to structure your finances to make it feasible. If you’ve ever dreamed of living in a new place and wonder what that could possibly look like, this is an episode you don’t want to miss!

You’ll learn:

  • How to build community when you live in two different places. (11:00)
  • Tips for getting your significant other on board. (19:20)
  • How much it costs to live in two places and how to make it work financially. (21:25)
  • How to find short- and long-term housing and the typical costs of living in two places. (31:20)
  • The challenges associated with splitting your time. (37:15)
  • How to live in two places with kids. (41:45)
  • Where Danny and Pete see the future of living and working in entrepreneurship headed. (43:30)

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(With your host Andrew Youderian of eCommerceFuel.com, Danny, and Pete.)

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Andrew Youderian
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Andrew is the founder of eCommerceFuel and has been building eCommerce businesses ever since gleefully leaving the corporate world in 2008.  Join him and 1,000+ vetted 7- and 8-figure store owners inside the eCommerceFuel Community.

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