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What You Need To Know About Running Your Business From Anywhere In The World

Last week we talked about the 9 Things To Prep For Your Digital Nomad Trip! If you haven’t seen it yet and want to know what to prepare for your trip, check it out. This week are talking about once you actually get there, what do you need to know? 

Before I created this post I asked my amazing social media community what they wanted to know about in relation to working abroad as a digital nomad.  Here are your burning questions answered plus a few extras that you will want to consider for when you are working from your favourite new locale. 

What You Need To Know To Run Your Business From Anywhere In The World

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Written by Jennifer Trask at 15:02

9 Things To Prep For Your Digital Nomad Trip!

Thinking of packing up your laptop and running your business from wherever you are in the world? After spending 6 months in South America this year as a digital nomad (3 in Ecuador and 3 in Peru), I have figured out a few things that worked, didn’t work and perhaps I could have done better. 

Below is a list of 9 things you will want to address before you hit the road and say see you later to your old life (next week, I will have a ‘once you are there’ list on how to run your business digitally).

 

9 Things To Prepare For Your Digital Nomad Trip With Jennifer Trask

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Written by Jennifer Trask at 19:46

Unexpected Lessons I Learned From Living In South America For 6 Months

It’s been a week since I returned from my 6-month #digitalnomad journey to South America. It was my first time in the continent and I spent 3-months in both Ecuador and Peru. Now that I am back, I’ve had some time to deliberate and really reflect on how life is different in those countries versus home (Newfoundland, Canada). 

For those of us living in a fully developed country, we have a lot to be grateful for. But there are some advantages to living in a developing country that I think we could learn a few things from. I decided to make a list and share it because I feel that as entrepreneurs (and as people), when we can focus on what is going right for us and our blessings, we are happier, more fulfilled and therefore more productive in our businesses as well as our lives. 

As well, it’s always fun to take some ‘best practices’ or good ideas from other places and bring it into our own lives in a way that makes sense for us. 

So, here it is: my list of why I’m grateful to live in a developed country and also my list of a few things we can learn from our friends in Peru & Ecuador. I hope you like it! :) 

I’m grateful for...


Ecuador Collage

 

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Written by Jennifer Trask at 12:35