The beautiful thing about the Internet is that baby boomers can choose to work from anywhere. Baby boomers who are looking to retire have built up certain skill sets, which I would argue, are nearly 100% transferrable to the LiveWorkAnywhere model. The Internet is only getting stronger, and spans every major city to most small towns across the globe. Finding flexible work that allows you to be anywhere, work when you want, around your schedule and your family's schedule, is Read More
I have built a life creating and managing startups while traveling the world!
I have lived in Spain, Argentina, Nicaragua, Hungary, and traveled all over the world – to over 24 countries, WHILE I have been building and growing my startups, which I call Anywhere Startups.
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"I can still use text messaging while I'm traveling" my friend just said, "I just have to use wifi". True or false? The answer is both. But you'd better be careful. Can you use SMS messaging over wifi using your regular cellular service? No! You will get charged data roaming charges if you step off your own land and into another country without turning off your cell phone carrier data. Always make sure to turn off your cell phone provider Read More
Co-working spaces have popped up all over the globe. I have personally been working out of WeWork for over 3 years out of NYC. We started as a small, invite-only, incubation space in WeWork Soho. Our space was more or less like your typical co-working space for startups, called WeWork Labs. Since 2011, WeWork has grown to over 10 locations in New York, 2 in Boston, 2 in Washington DC, and 1 in Seattle. Each city now has its own Read More
Most people have horror stories. Has this ever happened to you? You have said things like: People are unreliable, they lie about the job they can take on, they disappear without a trace, they stole your code, the quality of work is shamelessly poor, and so on. You are not alone. Why, in a world where remote work is coming of age and Internet is everywhere do we have so many problems, still, finding great freelance talent? Here are Read More