When it comes to contract jobs, you’re getting booked not only for the skills you offer but because the client likes the way you operate. You’re getting booked because you ask the right amount of questions without being needy, because you are self-sufficient without being presumptuous, and because you are interested without being invasive. Learning these parameters and how to manipulate them is the key to success.
I was strolling the beach the other day with the bird discussing life and this strange reality we’ve found ourselves living in. She was telling me about a friend back home who recently quit her job because it was making her miserable. Respect. For the sake of the story, we’ll call the bird Šárka because […]
Have you the itch? A desire to drop everything and pursue life as a digital nomad? Are you tired of gazing at perfectly manicured Instagram handles designed to induce envy? Is it working? It’s kind of working. Do you want to live your life in the tropics where you can surf perfect blue peeling waves […]
“Boom boom!” our guide would cry, which was our signal to hold onto the ropes either side of our inflatable raft and anticipate the crashes, jolts, and splashes of the next rapids. It was the first of our two adventures for the day – white water rafting along Agung River in Bali’s heartland. Dojo had […]
What a success! On the weekend of 24th-25th of March 2018, Dojo Bali hosted the first ever Impactathon. During the course of 72hours the web application for Merah Putih Hijau, one of our cogiving initiatives, was built. A story about success, fears, sweat, time management and the power of community.
The first Dojo Hackathon was launched last year to help build a bridge between its members and the social impact projects that are part of the cogiving initiative. Not only was it a fun opportunity to learn, grow, and collaborate for all involved it displayed just how much of a positive impact a community can have when they come together with a common goal. Plus: See the unveiling of the aftermovie here!