There are a few things I do each time before I leave on a trip to make sure that I have no hiccups and can continue to keep my schedule, life, and work flowing. Here is my travel checklist. 1. Schedule & Calendar I look at my calendar to see what meetings I have coming up. Decide if I need to schedule any other meetings that week. Make sure my flight and travel plans are scheduled around my meetings and Read More
I have built a life creating and managing startups while traveling the world!
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I stayed in a hostel, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The cost was $22 Canadian per night, or USD $20 at the time. It was rated the number. 1 hostel in the world and it's one of the best I've ever stayed in. If I were to stay for 1 month that means $600 USD / month. The hostel has a kitchen with free coffee. That saves me $5 per day on coffee or tea, or $150 USD per month. I Read More
15 Mobility Criteria That Will Help You Successfully Live and Work Anywhere If you’ve followed my blog at all, then you know that I can literally live and work anywhere in the world that I choose. In fact, right now, you’ll likely find me in one of two locations: New York or Seattle. Although they may be on different sides of the U.S., I am able to call each one “home” due to the fact that I follow what I Read More
If you are a baby boomer, then you face some unique issues when it comes to work. Those of you who have had a job for 20 or 30 years (or more) are usually ready to retire, but aren’t necessarily ready to not work either because you don’t want a lot of free time on your hands or you can’t afford to financially. Some of you may have even lost your job due to the economic downturn and now find Read More