I was speaking with a reader about the logic behind a digital bug out bag. About having an actionable plan that a normal everyday person can execute if they need to leave in a hurry. For example, what do you do if your country and its government become violent against you. The type of scenario … Continue reading How to Think About a Digital Bug Out Bag
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A Meta Consequence of Remote Work
The digital age is creating new work styles that conflict with the management styles from the post industrial and early information age. Remote work is an example of a paradigm shift that is here to stay. And because it's here to stay, it's important to look down the road at some of the meta consequences … Continue reading A Meta Consequence of Remote Work
The Digital Age Paradigm Shift
Photo by Artyom Kim on Unsplash The world is going through an acceleration of change. This rapid change is causing a paradigm shift, a radical transition of institutions and culture. Here are the key changes leading this shift. The widespread adoption of remote work is creating a transient society and empowering a gig economy. Access … Continue reading The Digital Age Paradigm Shift
Remote Work & The Tech Enabled Exit: Where To Live & Why?
Photo by Fernando @cferdo on Unsplash The Covid-19 pandemic accelerated the shift to remote work. For knowledge workers, this lifestyle change placed the world in their hands. And among the many changes it brings, remote work is causing societal structure to undergo a significant evolution, creating a new class divide. Through this evolution, society is leaving … Continue reading Remote Work & The Tech Enabled Exit: Where To Live & Why?