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. 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 💌
The nation-state model is outdated. It’s time to create the infrastructure for a borderless world.
As borders closed and remote work boomed, the rules of the game changed overnight. For digital nomads, this brought unexpected challenges – and new opportunities.
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.
Online learning has entered a new era, and it has higher production values. More and more digital creatives with large audiences — from YouTubers to bloggers to podcasters — are launching cohort-based group courses. Intensive and influencer-led, the cohorts usually last four to six weeks. A place costs between $200 and $6,
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