Emerging designers, beware: Even if you are able to create a beautiful product, the fashion world is fraught with tricky choices on incorporation, competitive analysis, sales, and protecting your brand.
Don’t build your business alone! Building a business isn’t easy, but it’s a whole lot easier when you’re surrounded by smart, motivated people – people who can hold you accountable, keep you focused, and give constructive advice just when you need it the most. And it’s even better when these people are running their own businesses from all over the world – so wherever you go, you can plug into a group of likeminded friends who completely “get” you. This is the place for you if: If you want to... Read More
Tweet TweetWhen it comes to lifestyle entrepreneurship people tend to jump straight to benefits like traveling the world and living out of a backpack. And while sure that’s fantastic, the reality is only a small percentage choose to leverage their
TweetSo what do you pack when you are leaving with no plans to return? Well, as little as possible. Although we have no idea how long we'll be on the road, we shouldn't need to pack more than we would for a one month trip. Travelling light makes things a lot easier - you can walk around trying to find a place to stay, you can squeeze on a crowded bus and you can run to catch a train. For this trip we are aiming to travel with small enough backpacks that we can fit them on planes as hand luggage to save time at airports, and hopefully be able to take them inside South American buses rather than put them on the roof. We admire ultralight packers like Tim Ferris and Karol Gajda from Ridiculously Extraordinary, but unfortunately we haven't managed to do quite as well ourselves. Still, we haven't done too badly as our backpacks are half the size of most travellers'. Check out our very first video to see us packing our stuff! If you can't see the video click here. [...]
Do you want to become a professional blogger? Make a living from the comfort of your laptop (wherever in the world you choose to be)? Here are some tips and resources to help you make the most of your blogging career.
In my latest blog post, I argued that most entrepreneurs are optimizing for productivity when they should be optimizing for courage. It turns out that how you spend your time – hour to hour – does not determine your success. The
As with most digital nomads, standard of living is usually top priority when finding somewhere to live for a few weeks. A clever balance of the income/expenditure ratio is really all it takes along with a few other necessities. So based on these factors, we can have a look at some of the best spots that …
David is hanging out there for a month along with a huge crew of DCers and other bloggers. We did some comparing and contrasting on the phone today and it got me thinking about some of the downsides of Bali for digital nomads. I’m still a huge advocate for Bali, but I’d like to highlight…
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