Millionaire Wants to Pay Someone $36,000 to Travel Around the World With Him | 22 Words

The majority of us ordinary folk can only dream about traveling the world with a millionaire, right?

But it turns out that this could, indeed, be a reality.

A self-made Australian millionaire is looking for somebody to travel the world with him for a cool $36,000.

Interested? Then keep scrolling to see his full video...

It's not often that you come across a self-made millionaire...

Millionaires more than often come from a family of wealth and privilege, so it truly takes some hard work to achieve this status alone.

A lot of us can only dream of having that much money...

And just imagine the possibilities and opportunities that come from being a millionaire?!

We can imagine that working for a millionaire comes with its perks too...

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Spending time on private jets, yachts, and mansions is probably a nice way of "being in the office."

One millionaire has proposed a rather irresistible job prospect recently...

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Would anyone fancy traveling the world with an Australian millionaire for $36,000?

Meet Matthew Lepre...

The twenty-six-year-old Australian is the founder of Ecom Warrior Academy, and he has claimed to earn around $120,000 Australian dollars ($115,000) per month.

He is a university drop-out...

He was once $40,000 in debt due to student loans, but this all changed when he decided to start his first e-commerce business, which grew rapidly to where it is today.

All of his work is done on his laptop...

Alongside running 4 successful businesses, he travels the world giving educational talks on how to grow and develop online businesses after his major successes.

He is truly living the dream...

And now he's looking for a business partner to travel the world with him.

The job announcement was made via a video online...

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Matthew posted a video to his Youtube channel advertising the job of a lifetime, but it turns out that applicants need a set of certain skills.

Firstly, applicants need a valid passport...

Candidates also need skills such as having the ability to multi-task, arrange travel itineraries, have proficient knowledge in social media channels, be meticulous and possess tenacity.

He has relied strongly on his best friend for partnership in his work...

Matthew told the Daily Mail, "During the past year alone I have managed to grow my business while traveling to UAE, Indonesia, USA, NZ, Italy, France, Spain, Switzerland and Thailand and up until now, have relied on my best friend to be there to take photos on his phone."

He needs more help with his business...

"My business has now expanded rapidly and I need my mate Mitch to be there to work in other areas so I'm now putting the open call out to the world for someone to be there to fill this role."

The perfect candidate needs to be willing to leave all commitments behind.

He added, "The selected person for this role would need to be flexible with their life and be able to join me too, on my crazy schedule that could take me anywhere, anytime."

You need to be an experienced photographer to be selected by Matthew.

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The candidates are expected to provide their own photography equipment - but Matthew would cover everything else from flights, food, and accommodation.

Matthew's life is truly non-stop.

He continued, "Just a few weeks ago I was asked by a leading TV station in Milan to come for an interview so I had to drop everything and hop on a plane and travel across the other side of the world three days later."

Matthew hired his personal assistant last year...

After looking through 70,000 applications, he eventually settled on former fashion student Tyanna De Assis.

She was already very experienced in the role...

Back in October, she told News.com.au, "After 4 months working for the agency I went traveling to LA and while I was there I found out I was short-listed - I headed back to Sydney and had a phone interview with Matt and it went from there."
"I applied because it was already what I was doing - office and PA roles, social media content strategies."

It really is the perfect job...

"This role was perfect because I could travel which I do a lot of anyway and have the best of both worlds," she went on to say.

Think you have a shot?

Check out Matthew's video here...