Rodrigo Schmiegelow on Forbes Article

It is in the happiest way that I share that I, Rodrigo Schmiegelow, was interviewed for a Forbes article talking about digital nomadism.

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Forbes Article – digital nomadism

The Forbes article: Anywhere office: como trabalhar de onde você quiser – Anywhere office: how to work from wherever you want -, addresses the topic with some tips for those who want to have digital nomadism as a lifestyle.

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Rodrigo Schmiegelow – Forbes Article

It begins with Marcela Menasce’s report, who changed her job from a large company to a start-up when they announced that online work would end.

I also share space in the article with Brian Chesky, CEO of Airbnb, who joined remote work to explore the platform he manages.

Maria Fernanda Albuquerque, CMO at Havaianas, took advantage of the quarantine to join the digital nomadism exploring many different cities in 2021.

The Forbes article also interviewed Ricardo Moreno, founder of The Summer Hunter content platform, which addresses a similar topic by showing how to live summer all year.

Remember my article about Digital Nomad:

Be a digital nomad spending a Small Amount Of Money

We have many other posts talking about this topic in Portuguese.

Top four tips from the Forbes Article on digital nomadism:

1. Anywhere office is not a vacation

It is important to take advantage of the places we are, otherwise there would be no reason to be a digital nomad, but it is always necessary to focus and remember how you got there, which is usually with a source of income helping.

2. Keep the routine

It is important to have a routine while traveling, this way you can be more organized and take better advantage of flexible spaces to get to know the places where you are.

3. Stay longer

One thing I’ve learned is that in order to balance work and enjoy every place where I go, it’s essential to stay longer.

That way I can do everything more calmly besides living the experience.

4. Escape the city centers

This point it is more a matter of opinion. For me it’s worth staying in large city centers sometimes due to the cost benefit, but it’s worth reading the Forbes article, link below, to understand why this topic came in as a suggestion. Good reading!

Read the full article on this link.

Who am I?

I’m Rodrigo Schmiegelow, an advertiser specializing in Digital Marketing, today I live as a Digital Nomad (what is it), in other words, that I have geographic freedom and can work from anywhere in the world.

I started a trip around the world to get to know places, cultures and regional cuisineand I will bring great surprises from these experiences.

I’m on the Farofa expedition, getting to know regional cuisines from all over Brazil.

Follow the O Mundo em Lanches Project  (The world in sandwiches) blog on Instagram.

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