How do you build a community as a digital nomad? Networking skills are essential to meeting people on the road. Here are a few hacks to help get you started.
Teaching English online with VIPKID is main source of income. I only work three hours a day, which provides a stable income as a digital nomad in cheap countries like Colombia. It also leaves me enough hours in the day to play and work on my writing. Teaching with VIPKID is a life saver for anyone just embarking on the digital nomad lifestyle because you can earn enough money for housing and food, but still have enough time to pursue your freelance business. Learn more about it here…
As we enter the 21st Century, technology’s disruption into the way individuals work, live and play is – I believe – going to dramatically transform what my generation consider a typical job and a normal workplace. The trend is in fact, already there, it just hasn’t reached the peak of the bell curve yet. It will. As we begin to design our lives more around experiences and less around consumption, we will see more digital nomads, more co-working spaces, more co-living options. But what do these terms mean?
In 2014, I walked away from a successful career in investment banking. At that time, I was not happy with the life I was living. My smile had gone. My passion for life was dead. I realized that I was spending very little of my days doing the things I loved to do. I had got sucked into a Westerner ideal that I needed a well-paid, professional career to be a success and that I needed a lot of money to be happy. This belief had failed me.