Remote Work Movement Podcast
Remote Work Movement Podcast
About Remote Work Movement Podcast
Remote work is changing the way people work, live and interact with each other. As a growing trend, I want to help you work remotely by providing interviews with outstanding people doing their best work, remotely.
In this solo episode, I dive into my vision of the future of remote work and nomad economies. What is the nomad economy, and why will it change the world we live in? Tune in to find out! I share four projects that I'm currently following and discuss how the nomad economy is changing our day-to-day lives. As always, I'd love to hear your feedback in the comments or through personal messages. Don't miss out on this episode. Listen now and be epic!
Join us this week as we talk to the incredible Matthew Bowles, legendary podcast host of the Maverick Show and co-founder of the Maverick group. He's one of the key figures in the Remote Work Movement and has so much knowledge to share. In this episode, we dive into Matt's journey of starting his location-independent business in 2007 and his favorite off-the-beaten-path destinations, including several hidden gems in Africa. We also discuss his real estate investment business and strategy. You don't want to miss this one! Tune in now to learn from the outstanding Matthew Bowles.
Can a podcast make you hungry? Yes when it’s about the First Foodie popup coliving in Sardinia, Italy, The Casa Basilico. Join us for a talk about true connection with Italian traditions, positive impact and this community driven coliving experience in Sardinia. You can’t miss this one!
Mitko Karshovski is one of the most respected voices on digital nomadism and the future of work. Host of the top 2% podcast That Remote Life, Mitko has deep inside information about the Remote Work Movement from implementation to the lifestyle that remote work unlocks. We will be talking about the state of nomadism, the future of work and current trends of the movement. An episode you can’t miss if you care about the Future of the Remote Work Movement.
This week’s podcast is all about the reasons I fell in love with the Remote Work Movement. 10 years ago I found the first article about Remote Work and since then it became my obsession and life mission to have as many people as possible working remotely. If you like this type of content, please feel free to share it with your friend or family, and let me know your opinion. Also, if there is a specific topic that you would like me to speak about, reach out to me through any social media.
How Remote Works, the future of workplaces and travelling the world Ali Greene is the coauthor of Remote Works: Managing for Freedom, Flexibility, and Focus. A remote worker since 2014, she was previously the Director of People Operations for DuckDuckGo and the former Head of Culture and Community at Oyster. Ali can be found at remoteworksbook.com. In this podcast you will learn 3 key things: 1. What are 3rd spaces for work and why they matter 2. Why digital houses and why all remote companies need it. 3. Building a strong culture in a remote company If you like our podcast please share it with a friend. As you know we just returned to action and need your help to grow and reach more people with our incredible guests. Hope you enjoy this amazing conversation with Ali Greene
Liam Martin Serial Entrepreneur | Speaker | Writer | Innovator Liam is the co-founder and chief innovation officer at Time Doctor, a leading time tracking and productivity software company. Liam leads the development of new features at Time Doctor and drives innovation to help businesses and individuals manage workforces better. He is a co-organizer of the world’s largest remote work conference — Running Remote. He is also the co-author of the bestselling book “Running Remote: Master the Lessons from the World’s Most Successful Remote Work Pioneers”, which was featured in Wall Street Journal’s Bestseller list. In this book, he and his co-author Rob Rawson share the insights, lessons and strategies discovered by pioneering entrepreneurs and founders who have successfully implemented remote work in their businesses. They uncover the secrets of how these companies have harnessed the async mindset to operate their businesses remotely in a seamless, hassle-free and cost-effective manner. This book is a revolutionary guide that provides valuable insights for businesses looking to adopt remote work.
It's been a minute! We are happy to announce that the Remote Work Movement podcast is back! We will be posting every week from today, the best people in the remote work space, the best information and everything you need to know about remote work. See you in the next episode with the always incredible Liam Martin, CMO at Time Doctor and co-founder at Running Remote
Chase Warrington, Head of Business Development at Doist, one of my favourite Remote Work Companies in the world. www.doist.com This is a wide range conversation where we touch in Chase's nomadic life, working at Doist and managing remote teams. Follow us on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/26559435 Check the Digital Nomad Village: https://digitalnomads.startupmadeira.eu/
Kate Smith, the Remote career coach, Founder of Wifly Nomads and The Remote Nomad, is the person who inspired and help me to start as a digital nomad. Kate has been one of the first known digital nomads and in this episode, she tells the story of how she went from a participant at Remote Year to a business leader in the Nomad space. Kate knows a LOT about how to get remote jobs and start your life as a digital nomad, and she shares everything with us in this episode. Please enjoy this interview with the Queen of Digital Nomadism, Kate Smith!
Anja Simic is the head of marketing at Deel a company that offers streamlined compliance, easy onboarding and killer payments. She is also a previous Aiesec member, a student association that helps you prepare students to their future. In this wide range conversation you will learn more about Deel, Aiesec and Anja story, from University to managing the marketing of one of the most well succeeded startups in the remote work movement. www.letsdeel.com www.aiesec.org
Kristiina is the Head of Sales at 1Office Group, a company helping entrepreneurs like myself to start their company in Estonia through the E-residency program. In this podcast you will learn everything about E-residency and why you should open a company in Estonia. Kristiina knows everything about the E-residency program and I learned a lot from her during this interview. Check 1Office at https://1office.co/
Tammy is the founder and CEO of Workplaceless, an international educational company focusing on helping individual and companies implement remote work. Tammy is passionate about education and learning hoe people learn. During the podcast we explored remote work and the online education world. Find out more about Workplaceless at: www.workplaceless.com
Aaron Bolzle is Executive Director of Tulsa Remote (www.tulsaremote.com) a unique talent recruitment initiative of George Kaiser Family Foundation which has seen nearly 20,000 applications from over 150 countries and all 50 states since its inception. A Tulsa native, Aaron attended Tulsa Public Schools and graduated with honors from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston. After graduation, Aaron worked in digital marketing and production for Universal Music Group in NYC during one of the most transformative times in the digital music revolution. He then spent eight years in California working for Apple at iTunes where he eventually became head of global catalog for the iTunes Movies Store. Nearly 15 years after leaving his hometown, Aaron returned to Tulsa in 2017 with a desire to make a positive impact in the city he was born. A year after returning, he launched Tulsa Remote. You will learn: Why is Tulsa great for remote workers How the project makes sure people will love to live in Tulsa Is $10.000 the reason why people move to Tulsa? The results of the first years of the project How small cities can attract high skilled remote workers.
Nadine Soyez is the founder f Virtual Team Heroes. Living currently in Germany Nadine is one of the loudest voices in the country and one of the top experts who is making sure that companies have support while implementing flexibility in their processes. Her mission is to Empower people to lead, connect and collaborate from anywhere and to unleash their full potential. Nadine is also a speaker, and she hosts her own podcast that you can find if you search for “Virtual team heroes. This was a very interesting conversation where I learned a lot about Nadine work and vision about the future of work. https://www.virtualteamheroes.com/ Check Nadine Soyez social media: https://twitter.com/nadinesoyez https://www.linkedin.com/in/nadinesoyez
My guest in the podcast is Radina Nedyalkova, Psichologist, international HR specialist, certified career consultant, remote advisor and passionate traveler, also Radina is the Founder, training and Linkedin coach at Vox Advisory, a company based in Dublin but working with clients worldwide. This conversation is very interesting. You will learn: What’s important when looking for a remote job How to prepare and thrive in remote interviews Why companies should hire remote worker. Find more about Vox Advisory at https://www.vox-advisory.com/
Darren Chait - How to 10x Your Remote Company Culture Darren Chait is the Co-founder and COO from Hugo (https://www.hugo.team/) and also the author of the book "10x Culture".. In this episode you will learn everything about a remote company culture, how to build a positive culture and how important it is for a distributed company to have an open culture. Also, in the end of the podcast you will be able to find the link to get Darren's book "10x Culture" for FREE. Yes, Darren is offering his book!
In this great interview with Mitch we talked about PORT, Proof of Required Travel and how remote work can help us fix some of the problems we face in the world like climate change. Mitch Turck consults on transportation reform and change management. His personal project, the Proof Of Required Travel Act, aims to make telecommuting a civil right under Title VII employment discrimination law. (https://mitchturck.com)
Liam Martin in the Co-Founder of TimeDoctor, Staff.com and co-organizer of the Running Remote Conference, the best conference about Remote Work in the World. In this episode we talk about the future of remote work, the impact in the economy and the impact in the companies implementing remote work. Liam is a thought leader in the remote work scene, and shared his knowledge in this podcast.
David Abraham is the founder of Outpost coworking and coliving spaces, based in Bali and Cambodia and one of the best spaces in the world. In this podcast, David speaks about the digital nomad community, the growth of coliving spaces and the future for the coliving and coworking communities Check Outpost at https://destinationoutpost.co/ .