Your Own Way Out presents the highs and lows of the digital nomad movement. Entrepreneurs who travel the world and are running their businesses share their journeys.

Director:

Manuel Dingemann

Writer:

Tom Libelt
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Shankman Peter Shankman ... Himself
Derek Sivers Derek Sivers ... Himself
Mark Manson Mark Manson ... Himself
Tim Conley Tim Conley ... Himself
Conni Biesalski Conni Biesalski ... Herself
Dan Norris Dan Norris ... Himself
Rob Walling Rob Walling ... Himself
Benny Lewis Benny Lewis ... Himself
Jacob Puhl Jacob Puhl ... Himself
Terry Lin Terry Lin ... Himself
Freddy Lansky Freddy Lansky ... Himself
Christina Canters Christina Canters ... Herself
Alan Van Toai Alan Van Toai ... Himself
Ryan Meo Ryan Meo ... Himself
Dan Andrews Dan Andrews ... Himself
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Your Own Way Out presents the highs and lows of the digital nomad movement. Entrepreneurs who travel the world and are running their businesses share their journeys.

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Highlhy Motivational
23 December 2015 | by geraldyelvertonSee all my reviews

I recently had the pleasure of screening Your Own Way Out which turned out to be a surprise in all positive ways.

First, it is closer to a documentary than a narrative feature. The film is comprised of interviews with 33 entrepreneurs who all started businesses and have failed from time to time.

For an audience member, seeing the triumphs and tribulations of people who set out to achieve different things is highly motivational in your own pursuits.

The film is well shot and the questions asked in the interviews are interesting. It is edited in a way that makes the 33 separate stories into one cohesive narrative.

This is a film anyone with dreams or in pursuit of achieving a goal should see. A pleasant surprise indeed.


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