Let your life be an expression of love. I wrote this post as a reminder to myself in the struggle to stay true to myself and find this path…Read More
Month: June 2017
Marci Alboher, one of the nation’s leading authorities on the future of work, describes trends and tips around modern slash careers.Read More
Just because you’re working for yourself doesn’t mean leadership is no longer relevant. Here’s how independent workers can become better authentic leaders.Read More
Can we prioritize spiritual growth in a modern career? What would careers look like if we make decisions not based on money, but on the work we love?Read More
- Create When It’s EffortlessIt's easiest to enter flow state when you create from the heart. When you’re unashamedly, honestly yourself.
- What Does it Mean to Belong in Today’s World?In this fluid, transient, and interconnected world, we must rethink what it means to belong.
- Working Remotely is Not “Better” than the Traditional CareerWorking remotely is not better than the traditional career. Here’s how I’ve integrated what I love about traditional jobs into my remote career.
- Creating Social Collisions at Nomad House: An Interview with the FoundersAn interview with Nomad House cofounders Arthur Yeti and Rebecca Males on the future of coliving and creating amazing social collisions in a group.
- How to Find Joy Outside Your Comfort ZoneStepping outside your comfort zone can look like this: Discomfort > Comfort > Joy. How do you speed up that process to make the discomfort feel like home?
- Nomad House Week 1: Reflections on Working RemotelyI’ve spent a week in Lisbon with Nomad House, a small group coworking and coliving community. Here are my initial reflections and tips on working remotely.
- Rapidly Iterating Yourself Through TravelHello from Lisbon, Portugal! After spending a week traveling through Andalucía, Spain, I’ve found a home in Lisbon with entrepreneurs at Nomad House.
- The Hour Before A GoodbyeThe hour before a goodbye is the most bittersweet. It’s helplessness, nostalgia, and that sore pain in the back of your throat. But most overwhelming...