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Alex Echols

Art, business, gratitude and consistency

Note, please, that this post was created in May 2016, but I have updated it in April 2020.

 

Few years ago I wanted to be a blogger/vlogger or some kind of influencer who would tell people about digital nomads (ha!) As soon as I started I got bored with this idea plus lost all my video recordings due to the failed hard-drive in my old laptop, so I decided to give way to younger generation to pursue this adventure. Or I read I was not passionate enough about this whole vlog idea.

Note, please, that this post was created in May 2016, but I have updated it in April 2020.

Few years ago I wanted to be a blogger/vlogger or some kind of influencer who would tell people about digital nomads (ha!) As soon as I started I got bored with this idea plus lost all my video recordings due to the failed hard-drive in my old laptop, so I decided to give way to younger generation to pursue this adventure. Or I read I was not passionate enough about this whole vlog idea.

However, I think it is cool to look back at myself version early 2016 and remind myself what kind of people I used to meet during this 'first wave' of digital entrepreneurs coming to Bali. This is why I will keep my interview with Alex Echols here. I was absolutely oblivious how different and massive this movement will be and what kind of impact it will have on my professional and private life. Please, don't judge that version of me too hard, please.

Alex Echols is a leadership coach and consultant from Chicago, US. He is the best-selling author (have you started to write your bestseller yet?), speaker and mentor for millennial entrepreneurs.

If you want to have a look back into Digital Nomads of 2016 - watch this video below.

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