Did you ever wonder why the majority of location independent freelancers, entrepreneurs and remote workers are from the Western world? The answer lays somewhere in between visas, purchasing power and getting quality clients.
Yoga can impact your success as a digital nomad.
This conclusion is not far fetched. Well, we believe it increases your focus, raises self-discipline and reduces loneliness. Being blessed with an excellent Yoga scene in Canggu, this is something you should try it too.
My journey as a digital nomad started very abruptly: I was almost burned out in a job and city I hated, overworked with a salary that barely allowed me to pay my rent and all of this having a Master’s degree and speaking 5 languages. It took me almost 2 years, a lot of sleepless nights and anxieties, and various trials of new ventures to figure out my path. But now I’m really fulfilled and feel entitled to give you some advice: Here are Anna´s 7 lessons from her journey to becoming a digital nomad.
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.
The classic picture on the ‘gram accompanied by the envy-enducing hashtag #OOTD or office-of-the-day depicts the digital nomad lifestyle to be all beach and lifestyle nirvana. Yet if you’ve even managed to keep this lifestyle going long enough to make it more than a pipedream, you are probably aware that it easily involves hours hunched over a macbook. Here are three effective and simple yoga postures you can do whether on a beach chair or waiting for your next flight.
How to turn your biggest fear and personal battle into a happy life and business. Nick spends most of his time writing, teaching and coaching around anxiety related topics, which these days, we might as well call life. All of this came from a 13 year battle with acute anxiety, panic attacks, drugs and the […]
There is something about the combination of Bali + digital nomad + remote work that is making lots of blogs fight for position on Google’s first result page. However, it takes discipline to work from a different place than your usual desk. Add to that the fact you are in a new country, getting to know your surroundings. So it all comes to the question: are you ready to be a remote professional?
Today’s special guest at the Dojo Nomad Show Podcast is Cassie Torrecillas. As the Co-Founder of The Bucketlist Bombshells she has paved the future of remote work for millennial women, while running a 6-figure online business and traveling the world. Her entrepreneurial spirit has landed her features on Forbes and CNBC International.
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