The New Nomad
The New Nomad
Aug 23, 2021
Going Remote in Valencia, Spain With Chase Warrington | TNN18
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For remote employees and digital nomads, organizational abilities can make or break offsite work experience. Without physical supervision, peer pressure, and the experience of walking into the office, even small tasks can seem daunting, and motivation can plummet. How you structure your remote workday has a huge impact on how you spend your day and thus, how much you get done. And that’s what Chase Warrington has been really passionate about - keeping a remote worker’s day organized and structured


Chase joins hosts Andrew Jernigan and Allen Koski in this episode of The New Nomad, talking about how important it is to get your tasks organized and the tools that you can use. Our three nomads also discussed the beauty of Valencia, Spain, and how they enjoyed paella (take note, the authentic paella does not have seafood). They shared their challenges and experiences in their nomad lifestyle where you can pick gold nuggets of information that can help you in your laptop-wielding lifestyle. This is definitely a knowledge-filled episode you don’t want to miss.


[1:07] After-pandemic travels

[6:11] Why go to sunny Valencia, Spain

[12:32] Asynchronous communication is the key to the laptop lifestyle

[15:01] A vision trip is as vital as actually traveling there

[18:59] The pros and cons of traveling with a pet

[23:44] Authentic paellas do not have seafood in them



GUEST BIO:
Chase Warrington is the Head of Business Development at Doist, a remote-first team with 85 employees in 30+ countries. He is also a regular contributor to many of the leading remote-work courses, conferences, and publications, as well as the host of his new podcast, About Abroad. Having worked remotely since 2009, and managed teams spanning all time zones, he is passionate about making remote work, work. 

After calling a half-a-dozen countries “home”, Chase, an American expat now living in Spain, is well-known for his passion for making location independence the new norm — and helping others step into a life beyond their borders. He is a major contributor to nearly every major remote-centric publication, podcast, and blog, and can often be seen collaborating with some of the most prominent companies in the remote workspace.


Chase Warrington Links:
LinkedIn:  linkedin.com/in/chase-warrington
Websites:  shopmyalamode.com
Blog:  onpurposewanderer.com 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/dcwarrington


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