If you’re in the digital nomad space, you’ve likely questioned your life’s purpose at one point or another. You may have even been thinking about your purpose long before you took the plunge into the remote lifestyle. There are books, podcasts, and speeches that can help but only few recognise that it’s about the balance and living a life that serves you and that you feel good about. If you’re already living a happy life, but you still feel unfulfilled, it might be because you haven’t dug deep enough into your purpose. Here is a guide to help you find your “why”.
Imagine walking along your favourite beach with your grandchildren, looking at the ocean and saying “when I was your age, we used to be able to swim in that!” It’s a scary thought… but it’s not too far-fetched from the truth. Our plastic crisis sucks. And that’s why we call for a plastic-free July!
Busy while dangerously flirting on the edge of burnout?
Burnout is a serious problem, and the less you take care of yourself, the more likely it is to occur. And seen as you have no intention in slowing down I thought I would weigh in with a few self-care tips to help ensure you don’t end up completely screwed and wanting to blow your brains out as you become more agitated with the universe for not keeping its part in your plea bargain.
In this article our blog author and Dojo host Kristo is once again demonstrating his talent and susceptibility to understand and interpret human behaviour.
He begins his quest to understand the effects of false news and presents his thoughts in a philosophically profound way.
There’s a thing called data—I’m sure you’ve heard of it. Successful companies use it to track every facet of their business from traffic, subscribers, customer satisfaction, customer retention, sales, views, bounce rates etc. etc., so whenever the legs get a little wobbly, they’ll be able to identify the source and fix it immediately. Data is everything. If you track the right data and gear your initiatives towards improving that, things can start looking up pretty quickly. Obsess over the wrong data — social media fans — and you’ll soon realize there is little to no correlation between the number of followers you have and the success of your business.
At some point, we’ve all doubted ourselves. It’s what makes us human by nature. Once you go down that path, it’s easy to convince yourself that you’re not good enough, smart enough – the list is endless. There’s a term for this. Impostor syndrome. A phenomenon that causes people to doubt their accomplishments and have consistent and internalized fears. In healthy doses, self-doubt protect you from bad news or negativity. But sometimes this results in your mind hindering you from growing. Sarah has experienced it herself. On her journey to find confidence in herself, she has collected some tools and techniques that have helped her to overcome self-doubts which she shares in the article below.
A story about economic disparities, cultural dichotomy and how these differentiations are a mental construct. This article explores how evolution impacts this mindset and asks the question if we will ever change our thinking? How can we achieve, and how does coworking help, to bring people closer together and let go of these boundaries?ind.
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