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No Office, No Limits Part 1: Why Go Remote and Take the Leap to Digital Nomadism

...main highway. But since I made the decision to go down it, I’ve never looked back. Soon that dirt track will be a mega highway, and those who are not on it will simply be left in the dust. Until next time, Joseph @josephs_pen Part of our five-part series No Office, No Limits, broken into Introduction, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4. Joseph Pennington is a freelance writer and long-term traveller from the North of England. Find him on Medium exp...

No Office, No Limits Part 3: A Stripped Back Look At The Life of a Digital Nomad

...y—it has to be right for you. If you’re happy, your business is much more likely to succeed, as are the people you’re helping. Give me a shout if you want to say hello or ask me any questions. Best of luck with your business! Part of our five-part series No Office, No Limits, broken into Introduction, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4. Joseph Pennington is a freelance writer and long-term traveller from the North of England. Find him on Medium exp...

No Office, No Limits: An Introduction to Our Digital Nomad Series

...he odd photo of a Llama or two. The first wanderers to veer from the beaten path are presented with the most fruitful of rewards. There will never be a greater time than now to make the change. Best of luck, Joseph Pennington Part of our five-part series No Office, No Limits, broken into Introduction, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4. Joseph Pennington is a freelance writer and long-term traveller from the North of England. Find him on Medium exp...

No Office, No Limits: One Year On

...he future of work. One year ago we published the first part of “No Office, No Limits”. It became quite a journey for one young man. Meet Joseph, he had joined us in early 2015, initially writing content for social and SERPS, and then moving onto more serious authority pieces. He was, and remains, a driven, passionate, a skilled writer … and one of the new generation of true digital nomads. When Joseph had his first interview it was over Skype, no...

No Office, No Limits Part 2: Wave Goodbye to The 1920’s Workweek and Say Hello to…

...oing the way of the horse and carriage, and the remote-work-experience the way of the Model T. We’re just in that awkward stage when automobiles are still using leather reins for steering. Until next time, Joseph @josephs_pen Part of our five-part series No Office, No Limits, broken into Introduction, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4. Joseph Pennington is a freelance writer and long-term traveller from the North of England. Find him on Medium exp...

No Office, No Limits Part 4: Why Being ‘Remotely Agile’ Is Becoming Essential For Business Success

...d more and more of those eureka moments to keep up with the market and stay ahead of the competition, the ‘remotely agile’ approach is quickly becoming an integral characteristic of what it is to be a thriving business today. Part of our five-part series No Office, No Limits, broken into Introduction, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4. Joseph Pennington is a freelance writer and long-term traveller from the North of England. Find him on Medium exp...

Graft less. Deliver more.

...the way other businesses do things because “that’s the way it is.” That’s not innovative thinking. In fact, that’s down right lazy! It might once have been the case that collective working spaces, physical attendance and supervision were required but in many industries all of that has gone out of the window. Technology has removed the need to be in the same space, and modern working practices and management no longer need (toxic) meetings, superv...

GDPR for Business Owners & Senior Executives

...n to automated decision making and profiling, also known as “computer says no”. We will not go into these in too much detail, but we will touch on a few. In addition to the rights that users can invoke, there are also responsibilities you have regarding data security and breaches. Subject Access Requests Under both existing and new European data protection law, an individual has the right to request a copy of the information that you hold about th...

Top 3: Our most popular posts

...e’s our updated rates for 2017. Agencies : WordPress Developer costs and rates in 2016 The cost of migrating to WordPress (from 2014) Revised Ratecard for 2016 If you ignore money then the next most popular articles is the series of “No Office, No limits” with just 1,100 readers. But, the lesson for us seems to be … “if you want readers, then talk about money” – which is all the more important in a industry that generally keeps its rate cards and...

A Quick Guide to GDPR for Busy Digital Professionals

...meet the new GDPR standards of transparency and communication. That means no complex terminology or dense formatting; privacy information notices must be written in simple plain language and presented in a way that’s appropriate for your users. They must also include specific information laid out by ICO or your national regulator. Just as you need to communicate your compliance to the public, it’s equally important to make everyone in your organi...

Why Freelance Creatives Need Routine More Than Anyone

...around. Mahatma Gandhi said, “Monotony is the law of nature. Look at the monotonous manner in which the sun rises”. Routine doesn’t make life any less creative. The best abstract paintings, spine-tingling compositions, and surprising novels follow some routine or other. To thrive, creativity needs limits and rules — like taking a patch of wilderness and tending it into a beautiful, flourishing garden. It’s all about setting restraints and limitati...

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