22nd April, 2020

Normalisation Of Remote Working Great News For Aspiring Digital Nomads

Do not disturb. Ditch all preconceived notions you have about remote working. A few minutes from now, you will have some life changing information about remote working. Soon you will make big wave with your superior knowledge of dealing with the Coronavirus.

Plain and simple remote working

The sphere of remote working contains certain unique qualities that are attributed to coronavirus lock downs globally.

Has remote working become so tightly nested with coronavirus that they are forever linked? There are many schools of thought on remote working, so let's start with a basic understanding

Remote Working, or Working From Home (WFH) is when you perform your employment duties without the need to physically attend the primary workplace. It was made popular by the Digital Nomad movement thanks to advances in technology, and now many companies offer some form of remote working in their employee contracts.

Next we can examine exactly how coronavirus has affected work from home so significantly.

See: How To Start Travelling and Working Around The World

What my boss thinks I do from home

Knowledge about remote working is a strength for us. You will find more answers the further you scroll down the page.

Recent figures have shown a large spike in users researching the topic of how to productively work from home during the virus.

Think through the things you already associate with remote working. What are these preconceived notions?

Slacking off and not doing your job properly? Being distracted by the dog, the kids, and the fridge? Not being connected to your colleagues? These are all stereotypes, most of which Digital Nomads have been trying to shake for years.

Plucking these concepts out of your head will ensure you are truly focused on the point we are about to make here.

Take your time going through the next part.

First things first.

During lock down, most people are working remotely

Obviously, we are going to start right here.

The onset of the coronavirus pandemic has forced many people to compulsorily work from home. This means that communications are done via video platforms like Zoom, Team, or Skype.

Workers have had to adapt to fully collaborating online to deliver their work. Sound familiar? That's right. Digital Nomads have been doing it for years.

We are only just warming up. Next you need to consider the following.

Digital Nomads are ahead of the game

Digital Nomads have a head start in the remote working game. Why? Because it's their normal.

Sure, the virus has caused location displacement issues for many Digital Nomads, forcing them to return to their home country. However, the virus will pass, and once again, Digital Nomads will be able to work and travel once more. But - this time, the world will have change. And for once, it's to the location independent workers advantage.

"What Advantage" you say?

A major issues for many Digital Nomads in the past have been credibility and communication. Some companies refuse to work with people who can't be physically present. There has also been a stigma attached that Digital Nomads are not as professional as more traditional workers.

However, this situation of global lock down has levelled the playing field. In a way, everyone is now a digital nomad who is working from home. Business are adapting their mindset on remote workers because they depend on resources. And with that, credibility in working remotely is building. And fast.

Moving forward, Digital Nomads won't be viewed as the unprofessional self employed travellers like they are now to an extent.

The world will be conditioned to remote working, and Digital Nomads will evolve seamlessly to be considered as equals. That is fantastic news for Digital Nomads.

And if you have read this far, you clearly have a keen interest in location independent working.

Collecting this initial information and remote working and coronavirus will be your springboard moving forward.

What's next for remote working?

We have now completed exploring this connection.

With everything you have learned in this article about remote working, you can now begin asking your own questions.

The ball is in your court. Look elsewhere to compound what you have read above. You should feel excited about your pursuit for information.

Where will the trend in remote working lead to next? Soon we will find out. Soon we will have more to discuss in regards to this subject.

End of good news for now.

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