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Tips for Traveling With Cables

Posted by on 22 January 2015

DIY hacks and fun products for keeping your cables tangle-free while traveling. As a modern worker, you are more often than not working from somewhere other than your desk. Whether you work from home or travel a lot for your job (and therefore often find yourself working from coffee shops, libraries and other places where […]

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How to Be an Effective Road Warrior

Posted by on 3 November 2014

When you are workshifting, you may not always be close to home. In fact, a lot of workshifters spend tons of time on the road. I’ve done my share of travel over the years, and when I’m on the move, I need to make sure my productivity levels are as high as if I were […]

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I’ve been a part-time workshifter for six years. My favorite things about working from anywhere are what I save by not commuting every day, the extra family time and the ability to be productive when I feel inspired, whether it’s 9 a.m. or 9 p.m. While I enjoy a few days at home and a […]

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Committing your company to a workshifting strategy means going beyond the current trends of the day. Many companies are replacing closed offices with open offices and moving from company-issued-device-only policies to bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs. These are, in most cases, surface-only strategies that don’t really get to the heart of what workshifting is about. At its […]

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Workshifting gear

In a recent blog, I looked at the challenges of working on the move. So often, workshifting seems like the perfect solution. You can work around dropping the kids off at school, get to an event in a different city, save money on a long-term office space or just cut out the dreaded commute. It […]

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Workshifting from Europe: Paris

Posted by on 23 July 2013

I’ve been workshifting for the past month and a half while traveling around Europe, and last week I arrived in Paris. Aside from the distracting lure of the Louvre and Eiffel Tower, it has been hard to find a halfway decent Internet connection. Sure, there are a few Starbucks with passable Wi-Fi, but I’m in […]

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How awesome is Mitch Joel? Awesome enough to stop by The Work Talk Show virtual studios for the second time in less than a year. This time, the Twist Image president and Six Pixels of Separation blogger and podcast host was here to talk about his newly released book, Ctrl Alt Delete. The book is about […]

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Jason Keath’s focus is on researching how marketers succeed and the best ways to teach others those insights. As the founder and CEO of Social Fresh, a social media education company, he curates some of the smartest voices in online marketing. Jason works as a social media speaker, consultant and analyst, having presented to thousands […]

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“Work is no longer a place – it’s something we do.” With this striking new definition, we kicked off a fascinating chat with workplace technology specialist David Shaw that covered productive office spaces, introverts vs. extroverts, meeting rules and more. The world of work has changed dramatically, yet our physical work environments still suffer from […]

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This week’s The Work Talk Show episode features Jonathan Fields. As his bio states, Jonathan is a dad, husband, New Yorker, author, speaker, serial wellness-industry entrepreneur, recovering S.E.C./mega-firm hedge-fund lawyer, marketing and innovation consultant, venture partner and book-marketing educator. It’s no surprise that someone this busy would be a guest on this week’s edition of […]

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