How To Build A New Society
Hi beautiful community🌸, what have we been working on since lockdown last year?
We had a community of remote workers stranded (voluntarily) in a foreign country while the world as we knew it ended.
My partner, Andy, and I have grown many communities via coworking, coliving and retreats.
But this was a whole new set of needs- we had whole families with young kids and teenagers.
We had to really look at the food we were eating and ask ourselves if this was sustainable and healthy for our bodies and the earth.
Here’s the latest in our crazy adventure to build a community while the world goes crazy. Remote Collective is a group of friends who believe in building intentional community around our love of connection, traveling, working remotely and high vibes. ✨✨✨ We will be doing weekly networking events, yoga, business meetups, pool parties, adventures into nature and so much more while we are in town for a couple months. Yeah! 😻😻😻
We all had big plans for touring the world this year and they got canceled. 😱 So we asked ourselves: what can we make if we focus our energy into this island that we love so much? 🤔🤗🤩 We officially launched Ana Alma, a magical experience for co-creating with our talented community here on Koh Phangan. 🤍🧡🎉🌈🥰🌊🧜🏼♀️🧡🤍 The vision is to turn this into our version of Sisyphos in Berlin and it’s happening so much quicker than we could ever imagine. 🙀😻✨MAGIC ✨✨✨✨
How can we use this time to focus on the work we need to get done? What opportunities are available to us that we can’t see right now? How are people working remotely successfully during this worldwide lockdown? And where in the world is Brittnee Bond? All these and more answered in today’s episode.
Here’s some solid tips on remote how to prepare your team for remote work and the implications on remote work for our future. It’s going to be the norm and I want to help prepare you as much as possible. Hope these tips help you.
Want to tour the most glamorous coliving space in Europe? Check out our walkthrough of Mokrin House, a converted mansion that includes organic food to table person chef meals, private gym, pool, hottub, luxury coliving, loft bedrooms with vintage tubs, and the most amazing community for people to work remotely and live with! We were continuously blown away by the attention to detail and the love that went into building this space! You MUST stay here if you get the chance to travel to Serbia!!
Your voice matters and you’re more powerful than you realize. I’m in Cape Town, South Africa and I want to share with you the story of what’s happening here this week when the women of this city banded together and stood up against the violence on women that is raging in this country. It was powerful and I’m happy I could witness it and be a part of it.
Use this video to convince your boss to allow you to work remotely. Should everyone be allowed to work remotely? Is it even possible for most people to work remotely? Here’s my experience consulting teams to set up remote work programs.
Working remotely alone can be hard for your motivation. We are here to help you stay focused as a remote worker. I interview my good friend Aubin, a remote worker and entrepreneur about his journey working remotely and what helps keep him on track. We discuss morning routines and support networks like coworking and coliving spaces.