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The 5 Cardinal Rules Of The New Homeless Rich – How To ‘Stick It’ To Society

What In The World?

A new innovation for the new rich – to live in a fashion never lived before – maintaining simplicity while having it all – our lives will never be the same.

Why Would I Want To Be Homeless?

Simply put, because being homeless is awesome. You get to go wherever you want without any ties. At any moment you can pick up and move everything you have to a whole new area of the world – you can eat at the finest restaurants, swim in the most beautiful oceans, hike the most magnificent trails, and do everything else that’s glorious.

In the past, homelessness was associated with lack, poverty, and sickness, but times have changed. New technology, the internet, and streamlined distribution make it possible to operate a successful business in any area of the world – while you are in any other area of the world. It is now possible to do, as the movie says:

Live Free Or Die Hard – The Freedom Of The Homeless Awaits:

So, being homeless, rich, and free, I thought I would show you the most important rules to square away before you venture out into the anti-society that has long awaited you.

Rule 1: Get a Van (sleeping in a tent gets old fast, and buses aren’t the funnest) – Have you ever realized that you can fit a full Queen sized bed in the average Cargo Van? The first rule of the Homeless-Rich is to live the life in style… Plus, if you ever want to move out of country, you can acquire a suitable new home (a.k.a. ‘van’) almost immediately in any area of the world. If you want to be popular and ‘Go Green’ you can get a diesel and do a ‘Ninja Upgrade’ and it will run on vegetable oil… No one will ever know, your on your way to homeless abundance.

Rule 2: Get a Gym Membership… or Stay in the Tropics. Let’s face it, most homeless people smell. The reason they smell is because they don’t shower. Gym membership = smelly problem solved, unlimited free showers. Some of the better gyms have places you can go all over the states, and even some out of country. If you live in Hawaii like me, you can shower at the beaches, although it’s a bit cold… Consider it the Rich Homeless man’s rent.

Rule 3: Be a Ninja. Let’s face it, you’re slightly more likely to get in fights if you’re homeless than if you’re not, so be prepared. The good thing is, most areas of the world have a good kung fu school, or if you’re into the Japanese – you could always study Ninjitsu. The world needs more Rich Homeless Ninjas.

Rule 4: Start a Mobile Business(NOT mobile phones, as in – it goes where you go). With the internet, the sky’s the limit. I operate a business I started for under $500 that ships products and has distributors all over the USA, and I can do it from anywhere that has a phone and the internet… Being a homeless rich person is cool. Starbucks becomes your office, the van becomes your home, and the world becomes your ‘Ninja Sneak Mission’. Have you ever gone on a Ninja sneak mission? I have. That’s because I’m homeless. (Not to mention rich.)

So there you have it. The four cardinal rules of the new ‘Homeless Rich.’ I’ll see you at the finest restaurants, swim with you at the most pristine beaches, and laugh as you go back to work, because I live where I am, free.

Life, as they say, is fabulous.

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5 comments
Mia Valentina
Mia Valentina

I'm transitioning into this kind of life style!

Larry Flagg
Larry Flagg

I love the idea Dave. Even if I can't see myself leaving the states (for now at least) I'm finding my freedom a little at a time. Thanks

Larry Flagg
Larry Flagg

I think I'm in love. lol With the idea. My homelessness has only extended to the states so far and the rich part is still coming, but just enough to get me free.

Brian Nussbaum
Brian Nussbaum

Dave... WOW.. I love this piece of work! Nail on the head man. I wan't to live like that for sure. Chi for a few months, then the mountains of Montana, then Costa Rica baby! Sounds like a dream life...except no so much of a dream. Reality. :)

Larry Genik
Larry Genik

David, I love this article. In my late teens, say 17, for about a year or two I was homeless. However, I wasn't on the streets. I would be a temporary guest at one and another one of my friends house the whole time. Thank god for those people and their generosity. Their parents were great too! All meals paid by them. My story is that basically, I was forced out of my house because my parents couldn't deal with some aspects about me, that I preferred not to expose them to. We constantly fought, until I told myself that this is not how I want to have a relationship with my parents because I dearly love them both, more than anyone else ever, and will do so for as long as I live. They, as immigrants, have been through really hard times, and I still cry for how hard it was for them, so I didn't want to fight with them, and getting out was the best thing for me to do for everyone. Well, during the time I was homeless I met a whole bunch of really supportive and positive people. Maybe this was mostly due to the fact that it was the popular 90's, people were really nice until 1997. Then everyone turned into a fascist in my own opinion but whatever. As I lived homeless, jumping around from place to place, it was like a dream. Nothing in the world was holding me back, I was my own boss, could do whatever I wanted, and I was glad to have some money in my own personal bank account. Life was fabulous. Eventually the money ran out and i had to get a job, which required me to live on my own. Afterwards, I hated it. I loved the companies, I loved the people, the job was exactly what I wanted, but I couldn't stand to be an employee bound to one place constantly with the same old routine day in, day out, everyday. Eventually, I met my ex and we spent 7 wonderful years together, where i was able to graduate from college, but i know college isn't for everyone. Now I am back home with my mom because my parents are separated. And I get along with my dad from a distance, but with mom much better. Everyone is telling me that It's not normal. But in my 20's I had so much energy, now in my 30s not as much. And I started thinking, there's no place like home. But i still love to go out, party, and share my life with others. I really like your article because when you are "homeless and rich" you really do experience this amazing freedom. You get to think about real and bigger issues facing humanity and the world, science, technology.. I'm really happy to finally be introduced to the Network Marketing Industry. And you are the most motivational and inspiring person that I know. Keep up the great work my friend, Larry. .-= Larry Genik´s last blog ..Keyword Mastery =-.

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