Everyone has their go-to words that make our conversations easier. In most industries, businesses will develop acronyms and abbreviations to make even conversations more efficient, cause you know, capitalism. But this is more a post about some fun words that we've been using around Experience House than it is a piece against economic theories.
What happens when leaders in experience design–facilitators, event producers, technologists, musicians, and more– unite under one roof? 2 weeks in, we're starting to find out. So far, Experience House is off to great start. Needless to say, the group we've assembled has fallen into a groove that's collaborative, supportive, inspiring, and overall full of love.
Listen here, I am by no means someone with the capacity to solve the everyone's problems. I don’t believe there is any one person that is. And yet it seems that we are dispositioned to look for and support someone to do our hard work for us. Or at least tell us what to do and how to do it. If it works, we call them a hero, if not, we can shame them accordingly. But I just don’t see the purpose of this hierarchical system anymore.
Another blog about nomad life! Fret not, I hope you'll find some level of entertainment as I share a very personal, well kept checklist I use when finding a Nomad friendly city. But for all you noobs out there, you’re probably completely lost and have no idea what this post is even about so first things first.
As a digital nomad there are many things to consider before taking the leap into remote work. This list will cover the ins and outs of insurance, accommodations, flights, travel cards and working spaces. I will also cover packing, marketing yourself, nomadic communities and mental health.