With ChatGPT around, should you still hire writers like me? Well… yes and no.
I still remember the exact moment when I admitted to myself that AI can write a variety of texts much better than I can and heard myself whispering under my breath that I need to “reinvent” myself as a writer.
70 questions with Radim Rezek, CEO of Flatio: From rental housing for digital nomads, remote work visas, and leadership to his active inner child, a must-try Czech dish, and Punkva caves in Brno
“You’re the coolest boss I’ve ever had,” I said to Flatio’s co-founder and CEO Radim Rezek as I relaxed in a hot water pool at the Széchenyi Thermal Bath during our team-building event in Budapest.
70 questions with Michelle Maree, founder and CEO of The Nomad Escape: From Suriname, wood, and the “right” mindset to fresh coconuts, entrepreneurship, and their Nomad Island Fest in the “Bali of Europe”
She reminds me of Moana. Maybe it’s her look. Maybe it’s the fierce sparkle in her eyes, her confidence, or her independence. Maybe it’s her adventurous spirit and her eventful life. Maybe it’s that she’s a wayfinder and a leader. Maybe it’s her cheerful smile. Or maybe it’s her lifelong relationship with nature.
70 questions with Claudia Miclaus, a personal brand architect: From personal branding myths and the Kardashians to Web3, climbing Kilimanjaro, and her mental health-themed debut single
Not everyone has the courage and humility to ask how they’re perceived by those who know them best. That’s why I was intrigued when I received an anonymous personal branding survey in my inbox from a respected serial digital entrepreneur.
70 questions with Dave Williams, co-founder and partner at NomadX: From digital nomadism to love and the heart of a live cobra
Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, rafting on the Zambezi River, bungee jumping off the Victoria Falls Bridge, going on walking safaris outside Durban, scuba diving in Australia, winning a shark fishing tournament in Montauk in New York, backcountry skiing in Japan, living in a Buddhist temple, hiking the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, and having Shamanic experiences…
70 questions with Danilo Rocco, a Brazilian tattoo artist and painter: From first tattoo tips, tattoo regrets, and the healing power of tattoos to Thomas Edison’s electric pen, canvas, and the comfort zone trap
“Your paintings look like tattoo designs. I’ve seen similar designs on Ink Master,” I told a painter who was hanging his artwork for an exhibition at Unobvious Lab, a co-working space and art gallery in Lisbon, right in front of the National Museum of Ancient Art. “I’m actually a tattoo artist,” he said, introducing himself…
70 questions with Everest van der Zwan, co-creator of KidQuest: From the art of listening and Mount Everest to backflips on skis and what adults get wrong about kids
I start the Zoom meeting and there they’re. Ariane de Bonvoisin is standing behind her son Everest van der Zwan, putting her hands on his shoulders in the most comforting and encouraging way, as if to say, “You’ve got this!” Not that Everest isn’t strong enough. He’s named after the highest, mightiest mountain on Earth,…
70 questions with Samantha North, writer and founder of Digital Émigré: From blog monetization, SEO, a writer’s worst enemy, and voice typing to EU citizenship, Brexit, Istanbul, and North Korean border
Of all the freedoms I’ve sought and experienced in my life, freedom of movement is the sweetest and has the most special place in my heart. There’s a sense of “dignity” that comes with it, which I think we all inherently crave and value as human beings. For the same reason, I have great respect…
70 questions with Matej Guid, founder and CEO of InstaText: From ‘fair’ use of AI, future of writing, and artificial empathy to Grammarly, chess, and the best Slovenian food
Some tools are much more than tools. They open your eyes to a new world of possibilities. They improve more than just the one aspect of your life you needed help with. They change your life. For me, InstaText has been a life changer. It’s way more than a writing and editing tool. It’s an…