Meet Lifestyle Entrepreneurs: Ezequiel Reynaud

Meet Lifestyle Entrepreneurs: Ezequiel Reynaud

1) On a scale of one to 10, how weird are you? I’d say 9 2) What was the turning point that showed you that you could be a digital nomad? When I realized that I can still do what I do best from anywhere in the world, like creating improvement tools, maintaining my websites and also consulting and advisory for businesses. Another thing is being a minimalist as a lifestyle and also running a website on this thematic. 3) How did you first get started with becoming a digital nomad? When I had to do papers from college with colleagues every week and then and they were always far and not available, also when I noticed that people from different locations need different help. 4) What advice would you give to a beginning nomad? Be free. Cut loose. Let it go. Expand you mind. And yourself. 5) What’s your superpower…or spirit animal? Owls. I definitely owls. Self explanatory. 6) How would you describe yourself in one word? Unique. 7) Where can we find out more about you and your business? FB, IG, YT, G+, Twitter and LinkedIn: Ezequiel Reynaud Couple websites I run: verzatio.com (main one/straight to business related) / minimalisto.com.br (minimalism one/even though ptbr) / cafajeste.org (first and loved one/lifestyle) and some others under development… 8) What would you do in the event of a zombie apocalypse? “Survive”: never hide, always on the run! And...
Meet Lifestyle Entrepreneurs: Norbert of Globotreks

Meet Lifestyle Entrepreneurs: Norbert of Globotreks

Today we want to introduce you to Norbert of Globotreks Norbert is an architect from Puerto Rico who hit pause on his career to travel the world and become a digital nomad. His goal is to visit all United Nations Recognized countries and more! We decided that we wanted to ask Norbert a few questions about his life as a digital nomad and learn a little bit more about him. So, here you are! 1) On a scale of one to 10, how weird are you? I’m a 7.5. I can be pretty weird, but I never get to a creepy weird 10. My weirdness is more like an introvert weirdness people might not understand. Not even sure you’re understanding this right now. 😛 2) What was the turning point that showed you that you could be a digital nomad? I was still working as an architect in New York City but I had been working with the blog for over a year at that point. I was planning my way to quit my job and travel the world for a year – with my savings and bit of money the blog was generating at the moment. I guess that was my introduction to the digital nomad lifestyle, but the real moment where I decided to become a digital nomad was when at the end of my first year on the road I decided to extend it for another year since I got used to being on the road and was already earning enough to support my travels. That one year trip is now a 5+ years on the...