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Top 5 Tips For Becoming A Digital Nomad

Why have a global Internet system if you only use it in one region? All great points. Being a digital nomad knows no boundaries. Have a video conference with a client at 2pm PST but you are in Kuala Lumpur. Shouldn’t be an issue. Today’s 5 tips should help you really take advantage of being a digital nomad and give you some ideas to make it a sweet adventure! 5. ADD THE WORLD CLOCK GOOGLE CALENDAR WIDGET On any given day a digital nomad can find himself holding meetings an...

15 Incredible Locations You Have To Visit Once In Your Lifetime

Paraphrasing what American novelist Kurt Vonnegut famously stated in an interview, Becoming is one of the important life experiences everyone must have. By Becoming, he meant the experience of stretching your mind and body to work for something that you believe is important and in that process, to make your soul grow. Dilate your horizons, make the world your playground instead of confining yourself within the rigid walls of your comfort zone. Do not deny yourself the gift of travelling because...

An FBI Agent's 5 Steps to Developing Mental Toughness

Mental toughness.   It's the ability to push through difficult (and even painful) situations while maintaining peak performance. It's what separates the elite from the above average, and is only gained through training and hard work. For entrepreneurs and business owners, it means having the grit you need to get through the hard times, and the presence of mind to avoid getting caught up in the good times.   I recently spoke about mental toughness with LaRae Quy, who...

Being Normal Costs too Much

The cost of being normal is way too high… and the price is steadily rising. Normal people follow directions their entire life, and as a result, end up living the same story as the person sitting in the classroom next to them. Normal people may have a “nice” job, live in a “nice” house, and build a loving family. Normal people need someone to create a schedule for them to come to work. Normal even need someone else (i.e. a “boss”) to set an annual salary...

4 Tips for Keeping It Real When Your Global Team Telecommutes

My preferred working style is to have people in the room with me. I simply love the interaction and the engagement. I work best when I can look folks in the eye as I’m speaking with them. Give me a small group of people, a whiteboard and together we’ll have an energetic, insightful brainstorm that produces great ideas. But here’s my reality: I’m based in Silicon Valley, and I’m responsible for a global team of communications professionals, some who ...