When you think about people who are able live in multiple locations each year, what do you imagine they do for a living? You might automatically assume that nomadic and location independent people are rich or retired.
Editor’s note: this post was written by Rasheed Hooda of Present Day Nomads. If you’re passionate about lifestyle design, contact me about writing an article yourself.
If I referred to Chris Brogan simply as “Mr. Social Media,” plenty of people would guess who I was talking about.
The rumors have not been exaggerated. Taking a sabbatical is an amazing, rejuvenating and life-changing experience.
Editor’s note: this post was written by Greg Rollett of Rock Star Lifestyle Design. If you’re passionate about lifestyle design, contact me about writing an article yourself.
Plenty of people have jumped on the bandwagon over the past year to bash Tim Ferriss’ bestselling book, The 4-Hour Workweek. Jonathan Mead called the promise of a 4-hour work week a lie.
A results-only work environment (or ROWE) is a radical new way of working that focuses on results instead of face time. ROWE in practice means “each person is free to do whatever they want, whenever they want as long as the work gets done.” I recently wrote about the ROWE concept and speculated about why ROWE hasn’t been implemented more widely.
Editor’s note: this is a guest post from Chris Garrett of chrisg.com. If you have a story about lifestyle design, contact me about writing a guest post yourself.