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How to Stay Connected While Working Remotely

The rapid development of technology has birthed many opportunities for entrepreneurs, including the ability to collaborate remotely or engage with co-workers in satellite offices seamlessly. While there are many benefits to this new way of working, the lack of direct interaction can sometimes lead to miscommunication — a potential catalyst for larger problems down the road....
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What Will Coworking Look Like in 2020 and Beyond?

Since the world’s first coworking spaces were launched in the early 2000s, the amount of flexible office space has expanded yearly, with an estimated 22,400 coworking spaces now available globally. What began as merely an alternative to the traditional office has become a worldwide phenomenon; today, there’s hardly a major city in the world that isn’t...
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This Entrepreneur Talks About Forming a Community of Nomadic Creative Thinkers

Several years ago, photographer and journalist Jon Kalan and entrepreneur Michael Youngblood started hosting retreats for entrepreneurs, creatives and others who wanted to work while traveling in order to connect with others in the process. In 2016, they launched Unsettled in response to demand, and many of their monthlong retreats are sold out. However, there’s still space...
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Set Your Wanderlust Free: 11 Ways Travel Will Make You a Better Entrepreneur

Travel can be exhilarating, life-changing and reinvigorating. It can also be daunting. If you’re an entrepreneur, there’s nothing more unnerving than the thought of being away from a business you’ve meticulously built from the ground up. And yet, as this article will demonstrate, travel can be exactly the tonic you need to take your business...
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Digital Nomads: How to Work From Anywhere in the World

One of my true joys as an entrepreneur is having the ability to run my company from anywhere in the world. I’m also a travel blogger, so I find myself exploring ruins in Sardinia, wine tasting on California’s Central Coast, or eating my way through France several times a year. I can’t afford to completely...
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How Spending Time Near the Ocean Inspired This Entrepreneur

Michael Coughlin is the founder of The Blue Ocean Life, Co., a lifestyle brand for digital nomads and other people who are looking to break out of the mold of the traditional corporate lifestyle. The company currently sells clothing, hats and beach towels. Coughlin started the business after his own corporate experience left him unsatisfied....
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3 Ways to Get More Done When Working Remotely

Studies have proven that those who work remotely get more done, thanks to a lack of impromptu meetings, loud co-workers and being able to work alone, according to Hubstaff. As a remote entrepreneur myself, I’m always finding new ways to maximize my productivity, allowing me to get my work done with plenty of time to spare....
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4 Tips to Increase Productivity and Save Your Sanity While Working Remotely

Each year, more Americans are working remotely than ever before. An early 2020 Flexjobs study shows that in 2015, 3.9 million U.S. workers were working remotely. Today that number is at 4.7 million, or 3.4 percent of the population.   It makes sense that more employers and employees are choosing remote work. Telecommuting has been proven to increase...
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What is Working (and Living) Life Like for Digital Nomads?

Can you stand a little rain? Is the sheer depth and breadth of your swanky office cubicle not doing justice to your productivity? Does the workplace where you spend ruthless hours daily not satiate your creative hunger? You will be pleased to know that the digital world has coined a term and introduced new opportunities...
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If You Could Work From Anywhere, Would You Embrace The Digital Nomad?

Do you dream of living in paradise, only occasionally having to open your laptop (while in your hammock, of course) in order to support your flip-flop lifestyle? If you are good at what you do and have managed to build a steady flow of freelance work, you may want to take the next logical step and become truly “location...