It's a poncey execution, and I think if people need a 12-week hand-holding fest to motivate them to achieve this they're not the right people to try in the first place, BUT, location independence is something I have very nearly achieved, and I *do* feel much more free/unburdened because of it. How about you - will it ever be on the cards?
"Being location independent is a concept, a lifestyle and a mindset.
It’s a lifestyle based on the freedom to choose. Whether you choose to live a nomadic life, you want to spend more time at home with the kids, move to an exotic location or you simply want to be able to work from the coffee shop down the road, the location independent lifestyle gives you the freedom to choose a lifestyle that works for you blah blah latte iPod."