San Diego, CA – Adam Dailey had it all. In addition to his beautiful family, which counted his high school sweetheart and four rambunctious children, Mr. Dailey had built his thriving, multi-million dollar business from the ground up, taking it to unprecedented levels of success within few short years – so much so, that it was featured in the prestigious Inc. 500 list, while it was also named as one of San Diego’s Best Places to Work and Fastest Growing Businesses.
However, in 2013, Mr. Dailey found himself renegotiating the terms of his life: having just sold his business, he felt burnt out. Not one to shy away from an adventure, having previously lived in several European countries as a “business nomad”, Mr. Dailey decided to take a family sabbatical, which entailed him embarking on a trip around the world along with his family and kids.
How to Run Away From Home: And Bring Your Family With You, Mr. Dailey’s debut book, which was penned upon the conclusion of the family’s trip, is meant to serve as a lot more than just a form of a family scrapbook.
The book is “an essential how-to guide” on how readers can plan and go through with taking their very own family sabbatical, offering ingenuous tips and tricks “from how to plan and finance it to schooling on the road to dealing with the unexpected and managing obligations back home”, interspersed with fun stories from the family’s trips, as well as little gems of wisdom generously shared by a proud father, self-made businessman, and veritable citizen of the world – Mr. Dailey himself.
“I took a year off because I needed it”, said Mr. Dailey. He continued, “The more I traveled and connected with people, the more I realized I had to share my experience so others could take advantage of it in their own form of a family sabbatical.”
Launching on Amazon.com, How to Run Away From Home: And Bring Your Family With You is available in Kindle and paperback editions.
Company Name: Keep Moving Fast
Contact Person: Anna Deedrik
Address:343 W. Date
City: San Diego
Country: United States