Digital nomads Nat Thomas and Niv Nobacht run serious businesses from wherever they are in the world. As long as they have their computer and a solid Internet connection then life is good. In this candid conversation, you’ll discover the pros and cons of running a location independent business and how it may be able to be applied to the way you run your business. It’s time for a little lateral thinking!
In this episode of your favourite marketing podcast you’ll also discover:
- Why Nat chose to leave a well-paid job at 20th Century Fox
- Why Niv left a secure corporate job in Germany
- What you need to survive running a business from anywhere
- The highs and lows of running a location independent business
- And plenty more …
Here’s what caught my attention from my chat with Nat and Niv:
- Be flexible in the way you approach your work.
- Be innovative (Phil McKinney’s Killer Innovations).
- Find time for some spirituality.
Nat Thomas and Niv Nobacht Interview Transcription
So we’re going to meet first of all Natalie and I started off by asking her to explain her
business a little more.
Long story short my business I’m in a bond cleaning retreat yoga world. So right now my
main focus my main business is launching retreat programs. I’ve been travelling for two
years well living abroad for two years I should say and my background came about I was
working in entertainment in Los Angeles for four years I was working in the movie industry
making movie trailers at 20th Century Fox.
- Natalie Thomas’s official website
- Niv Nobacht’s official website
- The interview with digital nomad Mark Phillips
- The interview with Killer Innovations founder Phil McKinney
- Steve Sims official website
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