Show Notes: Remotise.com/024 Take the test to see if you are ready to become a digital nomad! If you’re starting out, there are steps you can take to reveal whether becoming a digital nomad can work for you! Book a flight to a different town within your country. Get an Airbnb or hotel, pack your life into one carry-on and one luggage, and try living out of it for 2 weeks or a month. Assess the pros and cons for yourself. Is the remote lifestyle truly for you? Chris Backe offers step by step instructions to help you transition to a fully paid digital nomad in his book, “Becoming a Digital Nomad.” You’ll learn: How to make a name for yourself through consistency Hack the 90 day visa by “ping ponging” back and forth western and Eastern Europe (Schengen Area) 8 Steps to Going Remote: Focus on knowing what you want, understanding the person you are Knowing your limitation Making money Get affairs in order Gear up and slim down Move and settle in Enjoying your new life Coming home Emotional Baggage follows you no matter where you move to You can’t change the system, but you also don’t have to be apart of it Which do you prefer...?: Living a life where you know exactly what to do, day in and day out. Everything you do builds up other people’s business? Or go take up the challenges and build your own business? (I know which one I'd rather have)
Shownotes: Remotise.com/023 Just a decade ago, if you walked into an office and asked how many people work remotely, you'll get a bunch of puzzled faces staring back. With the internet being what it is, we have a decade coming to a close with the rapid popularity of remote work. With technology advances we can begin to see the US workforce becoming major players in the remote-first space. I wanted to share exciting news about the future of remote work and what 2020 means to you. I talk about remote work expectations, how remote work is creating and changing industries, and skills that will become more important next year more than ever.
Click here for the show notes: Remotise.com/022 When it comes to managing and hiring remote teams, Liam Martin caught me by surprise with many of his answers and insights in today's episode. Liam Martin is the co-founder and CMO of Time Doctor, Staff.com, and the biggest remote-first conferences in the world, Running Remote. Liam is all in with remote work and has been published in Forbes, Inc, Mashable, TechCrunch, Fast Company, Wired, The Wall Street Journal, The Next Web, The Huffington Post, Venturebeat and many other publications specifically targeting the expansion of remote work. The mission statement that feeds all the products and services that Liam is involved with stem from empowering workers to work wherever they want, whenever they want. This episode is pack with great insight on how to stay current in a global workforce, managing a team of remote workers, and where to find the most current best practices today.
Show notes: Remotise.com/021 Expect the unexpected because everything is unexpected living the life Heraid Castillo has been for the last 4 years. In this episode of The Remotise Podcast, Hera explains how she was able to travel and work from anywhere, whether that's working a remote job or taking odd gigs in developing countries.
Show notes: www.remotise.com/020 You've been applying and applying for remote work in the last month, yet you're getting ZERO callbacks. Why? In today's episode, I'll be going over the 4 most common reasons why and not only will I explain those common mistakes, but I'll show you quick solutions you can do today to improve your odds. The 4 Mistakes are: Ghosting Your 'Email' Voice T-Rex Tech Me, Me, Me! I explain in detail each of these mistakes and how to fix 'em!