(Digital) Nomads are no new phenomenon, but since COVID, there has been much to do about the lifestyle in the media. For many people, traveling the world and making money feels like the ultimate life. But is it?
Many people seek to live more independently and add meaningful moments to their lives as much as possible. And for many, this includes traveling to usual and unusual places.
Who are these new nomads? How do they organize their life? Is it as glamorous as their social media accounts want us to believe? After a decade of nomadic living, Koen explains what’s happening behind the curtain of this traveling life.
In this keynote, ‘Nomadism, the ultimate freedom? ‘Koen goes deeper into the advantages and the harsh reality of living as a self-elected homeless person. And how chasing this freedom sometimes comes at a price.
Koen Blanquart is an author, keynote speaker, and strategy consultant. Being a digital nomad, Koen operates worldwide, while he considers New York his home base. In his most recent book, Koen gathered tips and methods of digital nomads to manage a remote workforce and hybrid work. Koen explains how asynchronous and remote work is critical in creating a high-performance workforce in his most recent book. Whenever Koen finds a chance, he’s out and about with his camera.