Jordan Carroll


Energy Over Everything Else

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Everything, from a granular level, is made of energy. Thus, the common denominator between every interaction we have in our life, all objects, plants, humans, and animals is an exchange of energy. When you eat a fish, for instance, you’re body harvests the energy from the meat, so in essence, you’re consuming everything the fish consumed as well. You also absorb energy from the things that are around you, what you wear, and what you use. It’s a useful practice to ask yourself: What kind of energy do those which we interact or consume carry? What kind of energy are […]

30 Lessons from 30 Years of Life

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#30Lessons30Years I turned 30 last month. To celebrate, I’m sending you 30 invaluable lessons I’ve learned along the way… 1. There’s No End, Only the Journey (01:00) 2. No One Knows What the F**k They’re Doing (1:45) 3. It Doesn’t Matter if You Have the Right Answer (2:02) 4. Conversations Are Proportional to Quality of Life (2:18) 5. How You Treat Yourself is as Important as Others (2:51) 6. Location Independence ≠ Location Ambiguous (3:48) 7. People Care About You Less Than You Think (4:30) 8. Everything is Energy (5:05) 9. The Past & Future Don’t Exist (5:25) 10. What […]

3 Ways to Find Digital Nomad Jobs: How to Work From Anywhere

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Not All Remote Jobs Are Created Equal Most remote jobs are not fully remote. According to FlexJobs, 95% of remote jobs have a state or country restriction, often due to employment or tax laws. And, while only 5% of the jobs listed, “work-from-anywhere jobs,” are 76% of survey respondents’ first choice! There are a lot fewer companies offering opportunities to “work from anywhere.” If you’re interested in being able to travel while you work, or find a job that allows you to be anywhere in the world, stay tuned. In this article and video, I’m going to go into exhaustive […]

The Remote Job Coach: How to Communicate Without a Workplace

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If you don’t see someone in person, how can you develop a real connection with them? Communicating without a physical workplace can be hard. Many companies and employees who’ve never been away from a central office for this amount of time are feeling disconnected. But the symptom is not the problem. To foster a connection to a company’s vision and mission, employees need to feel challenged, rewarded, and they need to be able to “feel” the culture, even if they can’t physically see it. Many remote/distributed companies do this well (TaxJar, GitLab Inc., and Kinsta® just to name a few). […]