People work their whole lives for money. Money controls the economy and arguably the world. We can hold it in our hands, see it in our bank accounts,
There are many different reasons why companies are thinking of introducing remote work arrangements for their employees.
Whilst we have the technology to work remotely, the cultural and strategic factors are usually the barriers to making remote working a success.
Apps have completely revolutionized how we travel the world. How so? Below I examine four key ways.
Flights booked in advance can be so affordable and I met a lot of teachers or people working remotely around Asia who would 'pop over' to Borneo.
Over the last few years the coworking market has exploded. I could easily see London’s office market soon comprising 25% flexible, coworking spaces.
Whether you work in a job that requires you to travel, or you work remotely for yourself, there is one skill you must master; self-discipline.
Along the shoreline of Lago Nahuel Huapi and in the middle of Nahuel Huapi National Park lies the picturesque town of Bariloche, in Argentina’s Patagonia.
Working for a remote company will be a big adjustment, especially for people who have never worked remote before. Onboarding is the most important step.
It can be hard, even daunting, to convince your boss to allow you to work remotely. We’ve outlined a few strategies to help you deliver a successful pitch:
We met Stephen in Chiang Mai a few months ago, and were immediately intrigued with his long-term travels and his hit travel blog A Backpackers Tale.
It’s difficult to find a work-life balance; one where you feel committed to your work and your social life. Let’s help remote workers find that harmony.
When posed with the question, “what makes you feel most alive?,” for us, the answer is traveling the world.
Chiang Mai has long held the crown as the the mecca of remote working with strong wifi, numerous boutique coffee shops, and warm weather year-round.
Remote working continues to grow exponentially and is rapidly becoming a mainstream workplace trend. See our infographic below.
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