When Tim Ferriss dubbed them the New Rich, they were merely a quiet underground culture—a small group of entrepreneurs who chose to value time and mobility over money. But in the past decade, the nomadic subculture has become a movement. Now there’s a new wave of freedom-seekers 15 million strong who know their options, refusing to be defined by a job title or refined by a zip code. These travelers have escaped their cubicles
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I’m not qualified to be a digital nomad. I have no idea what the qualifications are, but whatever they are, I definitely don’t have them. The good news? You don’t need them either. Nomadism is a lifestyle choice just as much as having a family and living in the suburbs or traveling the country in a caravan as a touring musician. This is The Sims in real life, and it’s your reflection in the
In life, I’ve seen benefit from: Talking to strangers. Some of my best insights have come from people I just met. A few of my best friendships and relationships began with impromptu interactions. Asking questions. As Malcom Forbes said, “One who never asks either knows everything or nothing.” I’m hyper aware there’s lots more that I need to learn. Just trying stuff. I’m all about tossing ideas out there and seeing what happens. The