Jessica Broome: Work Challenges on the Road
June 21, 2017 | Podcast
Jessica learned the hard way that taking your business on the road isn’t always as easy as it sounds. After experiencing some challenges on her first adventure abroad, she made some changes and set everything up to run smoothly—and her business and lifestyle have thrived ever since.
NOTE: Some of the language in this episode may not be suitable for work or children!
In this episode
- The challenges Jessica experienced on her first attempt to work while traveling
- The key changes she made to improve the work-from-anywhere experience
- How and why she returns to the same place each summer
- Dealing with mail when you’re moving around a lot
- Her top tips for working from anywhere
- And so much more
Resources we talked about
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- Amy’s Airbnb apartment in Buenos Aires
- Traveling Mailbox*
- Tools Amy uses to work from anywhere
- Amy’s Work-from-Anywhere Toolkit
- DocHub for signing documents
- 7in7 conference
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