I’m more of a short-term goal type of person because if there’s one thing I’ve learned in the past few years, it’s that no matter how much you plan, life happens.
Our losses, challenges, growth, relationships… they all contribute to making us who we are, and we need to be adaptable to handle what comes our way.
I break my goals up quarterly — it allows me to focus on goals I can tangibly achieve in the near future and steadily grow while being flexible enough to move the goalposts (up or down) if there are things beyond my control.
What I do want over the next five years is to keep learning — by doing, by reading, by observing, by taking courses. Learning new skills and improving the skills I have is how I want to challenge myself. It’s not about achieving perfection in anything. It’s about growing and being the best version of myself that I can be.
Shivani provides all you need to know about making remote work...work. She shares tips on finding the best remote work opportunity and thriving once you get it.
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Completely detach my earning potential from my hours worked or physical location (hopefully, this takes fewer than five years!)
Stefan now has total control over his time since leaving the traditional office in early 2019. Hear how his routine is helping him build a solid remote startup.
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My goal is to be leading the most trusted name in insurance for the location independent and remote workforce within the next five years, with our products sold by all leading brokers and aggregators.
Andrew, co-founder, and CEO of Insured Nomads talks traveling while working, productivity tools, and the best advice he has received.
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Unfortunately, I do not have a crystal ball to know what the future beholds. Having an agile mindset and an agile business, however, I’m confident that with the way I have built my business, it will sustain through any changes that would happen in the world in the next five years.
As CEO and Founder of Remote Forever, Molood has made a career in teaching individuals and companies how to work remotely effectively. See how embracing a minimalist lifestyle has caused her to excel.
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Running my own startup and also teaching digital skills to youngsters in my community
Hear how Saibu, a thriving HR content writer, navigates the complexities—and perks—of working with a remote team from Ghana.
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I want to go to places like Cuba to learn about their culture and learn how to salsa. Then, I want to create a travel blog that explores and discusses cultural things like this.
I also want to go to every country in Africa and talk about their hundreds of types of dances, and share my experience with the world on the blog.
Day trading & virtual assisting has allowed Marian to see the world—in this interview, she lays out her routine and priorities for those thinking of traveling while working.
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In the next five years, I'm hoping to still be fortunate enough to work remotely full-time (I plan on it!), still running Remote Wing (via Slack or another futuristic platform that doesn't exist yet), and probably co-leading a startup of my own. What will that be exactly? We shall see. :)
"I've felt burnout HARD in the past. When it hits, it HITS, and it can be tough to recover." In this interview, Nico shares his strategies for balancing work and life and reveals the key to avoiding burnout.
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To form and build our community of creatives, engineers, and makers around the tools we build while also helping the remote workforce grow.
Mehmet has embraced his remote team leadership style. Hear about his most helpful productivity trick and why he has "quiet" days for his staff.
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To firmly establish myself as a credible remote work consultant and to focus the majority of my projects on the future of work and urban design.
Deborah has traveled the world sharing her research about the pros of remote work. See how she is helping companies and clients understand the importance of location independence.
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I would like to be a champion for remote work and create moments people connect with through my work—whether it be writing, designing or just lending a helping hand or sharing a piece of advice.
I felt at times before the pandemic that I was another rat in the rat race.
We’d all hop off the train each morning with our headphones feeding us the musical tones of our respective favourite artists, or the musings from our favourite podcasts.
No one would talk to anyone; we’d just scurry off to our offices and repeat the exercise that evening on the way home. If anything I feel the pandemic has brought real connection between people and I hope this continues. Balance and focusing on what’s important is key for the future of how we work.
The COVID-19 pandemic drove Paul to embrace remote work. See how he has adapted his routine to this new normal, and the one tool that keeps him organized.
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