Hi, all, short post today. If you follow me on social media (which you should 🙂 or read my last post, I think I mentioned briefly about all the things I’ve been getting into these past few months. One of them was Remote Year. So without further adieu, I am proud to announce that I have become a Remote Year Ambassador! Remote Year is an amazing program that enables just about anyone to embrace the digital nomad life. It’s the 21st century and working remotely is the new norm. Many start-ups, as well as small businesses, operate with completely remote teams, and many traditional companies and even government agencies offer to telework in some capacity. You guys know that I run my own business and work remotely. Before I opened my business I worked from home for major tech brands including, Apple and Uber. Add to that, I have been fortunate enough to live, work and study all around the world and know how important cultural immersion is. Traveling and working abroad can broaden your perspective as well as boost your productivity and creativity. It’s 2017 and you don’t have to be chained to a desk to produce high-quality work and suffer from burnout. I for one can attest to that. I love having the ability to work from wherever I want and travel when I can, as opposed to a set number of vacation days be allotted to be. I’m Springborn so 2 weeks vacation doesn’t work for me nor my spirit.
I know there’s so many of you guys who are looking for a new adventure that can help you grow both personally and professionally. I’m happy to be able to extend the same opportunity to all of you. If you or someone you know is interested in leaving the monotony of cubicle life behind, tired of the mundane 9-5 and ready to step out on faith and embrace the digital nomad life, or if you just have questions. I’d love to tell you all about the program and get your feedback. I’d be happy to hear from you all, so just drop me a line with and let’s have a cyber cuppa and a good long chat.
Until next time…let me know if you’ve ever worked remotely, considered it or if you’re a digital nomad. What made you take the leap?