Amar Ghose - Sales & Marketing Digital Nomad #117


Amar Ghose is a Software CEO, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu lover, marketing nerd and compulsive audiobook listener.  He is also a full time digital nomad

For the last 6 years Amar has been running ZenMaid, where he leads an awesome team who help thousands of Maid Services every day.

As a SaaS marketing specialist, Amar also helps software companies to think outside the technical box and reach their customers in creative, and often unorthodox ways.

Amar has been traveling the world full time since 2015. He regularly donates his time to help aspiring nomads make the jump into a location-independent lifestyle.

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A note from Grant

Joining us today from Bali, Indonesia is Amar Ghose. Amar is a full time digital nomad and the co-founder and CEO of, a Software as a Service company targeted at Maid Service owners.

Amar’s journey to tech CEO is built on an economics and philosophy degree from the University of California, Davis and a number of years working in sales, marketing and account executive roles for the likes of BidMail and UserVoice, as well as starting his own maid service called Fast, Friendly, Spotless.

In addition to his role as CEO, Amar is a regular advisor to people in the SaaS industry as well as for those wanting to lead the nomad lifestyle.

-Grant Ingersoll


“Being able to travel the world, for a long time I’ve defined that as having a rich life. Growing up, there were only millionaires that could travel the world that could be all over the place and in all of these islands and that didn’t have to be in an office on a Tuesday.”

“It took us 38 or 39 months, or over 3 years to get to 10,000 dollars in monthly recurring revenue. I think we were making 7 or 8 thousand dollars in monthly recurring revenue when I actually turned it into a full time thing.”

“It’s easy to design a page and to make it look pretty. But to understand what the end user is trying to achieve and the little details that remove clicks for the actual customers, thats the kind of thing that can be a lot more difficult. Once you have those mockups, it’s pretty easy to get software actually created.”

—Amar Ghose

Additional Resources

4 Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss

Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography by Walter Isaacson

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