The Cocoa Nomad Podcast – #16: Creating Your Nomadic Lifestyle: Part 2

In this week’s episode, I talk about why having a routine is important to remain grounded while traveling

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The Cocoa Nomad Podcast: Weekly Retrospective #7

Don’t call it a comeback! In this week’s retrospective, I share the downsides experienced from intermittent fasting, its impact on my work and the June Challenge and surprise myself with July’s Challenge

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The Cocoa Nomad Podcast – #13: Creating Your Nomadic Lifestyle: Part 1

In this week’s episode, I share a few tips on getting started with a nomadic lifestyle and how, despite my initial plans, found myself living full time around the world.

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The Cocoa Nomad Podcast #11: Making Constraints Work for You

Who has time? Who has time? But then if we do not ever take time, how can we ever have time?

– The Merovingian, The Matrix Reloaded

 

In this week’s episode, I discuss how constraints (not AutoLayout, don’t worry) are not always a bad thing. We often drown in a sea of abundance (procrastination and analysis paralysis) and limitations provided by constraints can provide boundaries which provide guidance and opportunities for growth.

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The Cocoa Nomad Podcast: Weekly Retro #3

In this week’s retrospective, I catch my breath after a long travel day (they let me back into the country!), learn that I’m not immune to accepting suboptimal solutions, set my sights on the June T-shirt Challenge and get ready for the announcements of WWDC.

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The Cocoa Nomad Podcast #6: Pushing Through the Dips

Starting new things is the easy part. We’re excited and full of passion. But what happens when that passion fades. Will you still keep going? How to keep yourself motivated and avoid distractions with “new, shiny” things?

In this week’s episode, I talk about some sound advice that’s helped me with “pushing through the dips”.

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The Cocoa Nomad Podcast: Weekly Retro #2

In this week’s retrospective, I talk about how my hackathon project didn’t go as smoothly as planned, how changing countries is disruptive to my routine, and how my June Challenge will allow me to get reacquainted with some old tools. 
 
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Cocoa Nomad Podcast: Weekly Retro #1

Retrospectives are helpful in managing your progress towards goals. They allow you to access what’s been working well and what may need to change. This episode is the 1st of weekly retrospectives in which I’ll share my goals, progress, setbacks and lessons learned.
 
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Cocoa Nomad Podcast: Accountabili-buddies

Today, I talk about the benefit of having accountabili-buddies, people that you meet with frequently to hold you accountable for the goals that you set and willing to help you achieve them. Whether it’s an informal call or a formal mastermind group, it’s beneficial to have others invested in your success.

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