Posts tagged Work from Anywhere

Language Learning

How to Ease the Culture Shock of an International Move

An international move is both exciting and scary. Whether you move for work, pleasure or school, you will face culture shock. Consider lessening the impact of culture shock when you learn the language, make logistical decisions and adjust to the…

April 26, 2012, by

Online Business

5 Ways To Sell Your Digital Goods Online

There used to be a time when the only way to make a living as an author or musician was to go through publishing houses and labels that would help you create the work, package it, distribute it and sell…

September 19, 2011, by

News

How The Net Killed Yesterday’s Jobmarket

Whether your work is unpaid or gives you a great salary, whether you are indirectly supported by family, governments and institutions or earn your daily bread directly. We all work. Even the unemployed do something to survive. “Yeah, but that’s…

July 25, 2011, by

Online Business

Taking A Second Look At The Untapped Employment Potential of The Web

Ever wondered how many people on the planet are online? In 2000 there were 360,985,492 users worldwide. Internet World Stats predicts that in 2011 the number will rise to 2,095,006,005 That’s 2 billion users! What are all those people doing…

July 23, 2011, by

Online Business

Why the ‘Market’ Metaphor has Failed Us

One of the weird aspects of living in our times is this: The future is proving to us day by day that it has already arrived. While the past hasn’t completely left the stage, yet. So, who’s the star? No matter…

April 17, 2011, by

Lifestyle

Why You Can’t Buy Time at Seven-Eleven

Last year at this time I was sitting in Middle Europe, waiting for spring to break through grey skies. Now I’m sitting in the Middle East, watching the sun go down over the ocean and drinking Arabic coffee. What’s the…

April 10, 2011, by

Lifestyle

9 to 5: A Recipe for Disaster

photo by motoyen, Attribution 2.0 Generic License You wake up at 6 o clock in the morning. (Or earlier.) You catch a train, bus, subway and start work at 9. (Or earlier.) You sit at a desk or run around…

June 30, 2010, by