The Internet makes it easy to collaborate across borders. But despite the rise of remote work and virtual teams, founders still need to travel for business sometimes. For some, travel practically becomes the job.
Mayel de Borniol believes in three things: wear no suit, eat no super-size meals, and follow no career that doesn’t let you pursue your passions.
There are two kinds of people in this world:
a.) The kind that are relieved that they know what they’ll be doing in a year.
b.) The kind that are totally bummed out that they know what they’ll be doing in a year.
I’ve made a habit out of living “mini-lives.” It’s like living your normal life, just in a different city. It lets you experience a new place on a deeper level without having to take a vacation or sleep in a different bed every night. A “mini-life” is when you spend one month or more in a location other than your hometown, all while living a life that closely resembles your usual day-to-day. It lets you get a taste of living in another location, and all of the personal growth that comes along with new experiences, without having to take a bunch of time off of work, or ending your trip feeling like you missed out on something. You get to experience a new culture far more in-depth than when bouncing from place-to-place.