We have team members in Minnesota and all across the world. I love to travel, but I'm definitely not the only one. Many of our team members do, too. Some are quite nomadic, and they work while traveling. I love to travel while I work -- it's called "work-life harmony" as Jeff Bezos put it, more than "work-life balance." I think harmony is the greater ideal to strive for. A perfectly capped 9-to-5 job that negatively impacts your personal life is much worse than a flexible job where you might catch up on work on the weekends once in a while, but it doesn't interfere with your personal life, and keeps you mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and socially balanced.

We tend to learn things while traveling: how to work together in a distributed and remote manner, how to follow our dreams, why our dreams are important, how to keep company culture alive when you're in the office vs when you're on the other end of the line and working remotely while traveling. 

Also, the world is just plain amazing. Let's share how to navigate a French supermarket, how to make sense of the crazy-yet-sane Tokyo metro, and maybe snap some pics and share videos that help us learn about each other, and help our clients (current and prospective) learn about us as a humans, as individuals, with diverse interests and personalities. 

Cheers to a happy start of sharing, caring, traveling, learning, discovering, while living the digital nomad life!

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