I'm Lauren Razavi, an award-winning writer and strategist who works across Europe, the Middle East and Asia. I was an early adopter of remote work and have lived as a digital nomad since 2013.
Right now, I'm a tech policy fellow at the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change and a founding board member at Plumia. I offer expert talks about the future of work and related topics via The Next Speaker agency.
I'm author of the upcoming book Global Natives: The New Frontiers of Work, Travel & Innovation (Holloway, 2021). It examines the rise of the work from anywhere movement, based on extensive research and years of first-hand experience. Get a sneak preview in my recent tweet storm.
I write a curated newsletter called Counterflows, where I share the best links about distributed work and borderless living each week. Subscribe now and join thousands of curious readers from around the world 💌
Miami may be the next great American startup city, but nomad hubs show us another future of innovation: one that's mobile, distributed, and borderless.
The nation-state model is outdated. It’s time to create the infrastructure for a borderless world.
Exploring slow travel as the future of tourism, the impact of remote work visas, and hotels' pivot to subscriptions.
As borders closed and remote work boomed, the rules of the game changed overnight. For digital nomads, this brought unexpected challenges – and new opportunities.
What's next for the work from anywhere movement?
Reflecting on what's important after 10 years as a nomadic writer.
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