As a freelancer, there is one question you should NEVER ask a client: “What now?” Find out why, and what you should ask instead.
Waking up from a sky nap now, pulling out a pen and paper. I’ll write him a letter, a few dozen heartfelt lines, tears in my eyes a couple of times.
Every month in 2018, I’m going to take on a different challenge. I’ve posted a big list of 30 day challenge ideas here. Fancy taking one on yourself?
Traveling from Morocco to Gran Canaria, I passed through Laayoune in the disputed territory of Western Sahara. These are some observations.
Two fisherman unload their gear and lock it away. Older men. Weathered faces. I wonder what they’ll do for the rest of the day. What homes they’ll go back to. Who waits for them there.
At 21 years of age, I was crippled with shyness, had barely left Ireland, never had a girlfriend, and was still a virgin. These 2 books changed my life.
I’m privileged, sure, but you probably are too if you’re reading this. Stop thinking of all the reasons why you can’t. Start thinking of all the reasons why you can.
What kind of online business would you recommend Bernard start building so he can earn that $2100 as fast as possible?
I’ve been getting a lot of questions off the back of my 7 Years As A Digital Nomad video, which is quickly closing in on a million views.
Work today involved filming myself resting in a hammock, lounging on the couch, and parkour-rolling into the camera.
Only ten more weeks left in the year. By the time you read this, probably only eight. Then it’s 2018, another year gone, never to return, a little more of that dash carved between the dates on your gravestone.
7 years now since quitting my job and becoming a digital nomad. In this video I share what my life has been like since.
Digital nomads Niall Doherty and Jennifer Lachs hanging out at The Roof in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, talking about digital nomad stuff over coffee.
In this episode we talk about different types of cognitive bias. Such as the Dunning-Kruger Effect, which explains why someone would think rubbing lemon juice on their face would make them invisible to security cameras.
Digital nomads Niall Doherty and Jan Demsar hanging out at The Roof in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, talking about digital nomad stuff over coffee.
Digital nomads Niall Doherty and Derek Earl Baron hanging out at The Sandbox in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, talking about digital nomad stuff over coffee.
There’s a fundamental thing I have that’s easy to take for granted, a kind of safety net that lets me take more risks and live this fancy free lifestyle. And that is…
Coming up on seven years since I quit my last real job. If I had stayed with regular employment I’d surely have a lot more money in the bank by now. But man, the things I’d have missed out on these past seven years.
Digital nomads hanging out at The Roof in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, talking about digital nomad stuff over coffee.
How much longer before these games become indistinguishable from reality? Simulation theory proposes that these hyper-realistic simulated realities already exist, and the odds are overwhelming that we’re in one.