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.
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,
If you’re a newly remote worker planning to relocate this year, you might just find a destination willing to pay you thousands of dollars to do so. From Oklahoma to Alabama, cities and regions all over the U.S. are creating “talent incentive” programs that give cash bonuses to
The nation-state model is outdated. It’s time to create the infrastructure for a borderless world.
Many people have traveled from country to country while they remote worked over the past decade, but there were limited ways to do so legitimately until recently. Antiquated visa systems required travelers to define themselves as entrepreneurs or workers and required a company to sponsor their stay — an expensive, bureaucratic
Remote work became a daily reality for people all over the world this past year. Despite home-working challenges like naked partners, noisy children and naughty pets, a recent Gartner survey revealed that as many as 80% of business leaders plan to allow remote work beyond the pandemic. But many companies,
The American poet and activist Maya Angelou famously kept a hotel room in every town she ever lived. She would pay for the room on a monthly basis, usually sticking with the same hotel for a few months at a time. In 2021, this idea is being resurrected — not just