For years, if anybody would have asked me this question, I wouldn’t even think about the answer: entrepreneur, of course. I would have said this on auto-pilot, 100% convinced that this is, always has, and always will be the correct answer. A little bit of context is required, though. I became an entrepreneur when I … Read more Entrepreneur Or Employee?
It’s been almost a month since I announced the relaunch of ZenTasktic, and since then a lot happened. I did my best to cram as many hours into this, and although this felt a bit overwhelming at times (especially when you live and work in Spain, where taking things easy is the natural way of … Read more ZenTasktic Update: Steady To The Plan
It’s always nice to look back at your life and see that some of your actions are still making sense, so to speak. Or, to be more precise, it’s nice to revisit some projects that you put on hold and get that feeling of “well, there’s something about this project, you know?”. That’s the feeling … Read more ZenTasktic – The Pivot
Being a digital nomad comes at a cost. And no, I’m not talking about a theoretical, psychological cost, but about a very earthy one: a financial cost. In order to move freely from one place to another, to function in different cultures and setups, you need, simply put, money. But even more than that, you … Read more 3 Digital Nomad Friendly Debit Cards Compared: Revolut, TransferWise And Wirex
Financial discipline is the most underrated, ignored and, at the same time, extremely useful trait that one can develop. Because, you see, there is a big tension on both these words: “financial” and “discipline”. One one side, when it comes to “financial”, or money, or, to be more precise, spending money, the outside pressure is … Read more 10 Simple Habits That Will Greatly Improve Your Financial Discipline
This is a guest post by Ben Branson Heat and pressure can turn a lump of graphite into a diamond—or crush it completely. Change graphite into ‘employee’ and heat/pressure into ‘stress’ in the previous sentence and you have the two extremes of the typical workplace. Some workplace stress benefits both employee and employer—it helps keep … Read more Three Ways to Set Wellness Goals to Improve Employee Performance
This is a guest post by Neil Buckland Many people view having an effective, profitable financial portfolio as a mere pipedream, lightyears away from their financial capabilities. In reality, building such a portfolio is actually easier than many people think. The key is to build it slowly, constantly adding to it with a diverse range … Read more Steps to Building a Complete Financial Portfolio
The last 10-15 years created an interesting culture in the tech world (and not only). It’s the startup culture. You know the type: young, hipster, clever people gathering together, in a dorm or in a garage, hacking things together, day in and day out, then, suddenly, getting huge investments, or a lot of exposure or incredibly big market … Read more Real Life Startup versus “Competition” Startup