To me, the ability to work from anywhere may be the highlight of the unemployable life. When I’m armed with a smart backpack, various charging devices, and my trusty MacBook Air, I’m able to get lots of things done, and be wherever I want.
For example, I’m writing this at a sushi joint called Japango in Boulder. The Montana roll is exquisite.
Of course, your laptop of choice is requirement number one. If you’re in the market, Kat has you covered:
But what about getting a little more remote with your remote work? It’s a pretty common dream.
Start a business, work hard, and someday you’ll get to travel the world.
But what if you started a business so you could travel the world right away? These days, it’s completely doable if you set things up intentionally to become a digital nomad.
That’s what Camille Holden and her husband did when they started their PowerPoint focused business. And it powered them for four years of world travel!
Now the couple has settled in Bali and are focused on growing the business. Tune in for a great example of how to craft your business to give you the freedom to grow, or go, depending on what your objectives are at the time.
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How to Make Yourself Work When You Just Don’t Want To | Harvard Business Review
Who says you have to wait until you “feel” like doing something to start doing it? I’m trying to implement more of that thinking into my daily routine, whether it’s admin work for my business or going for a run, and I think you should give it a try, too.
What is Experiential Marketing and How Can it Benefit Your Small Business? | Small Biz Trends
Experiential marketing, also called engagement marketing, is a strategy using experiences to make an emotional connection to your prospects. Here’s why this experiential marketing is important and how it can help your small business.
44 million Americans have a side hustle of their own, according to research by Bankrate. But as you may have guessed, not all side hustles turn into thriving businesses.
The more industries grow, the more they produce a “long tail” effect and create more niches. Here are ten industries that will continue to produce long tail products.
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