Anna Kohanska

How To Become a Nomad When You Have No Digital Skills

Meet this week’s guest:

Anna Maria Kochanska, Digital Nomad Ambassador for Croatia, Remote Work Consultant

I started working remotely long before Covid happened and was the first person in my company back then to do that. Full-time Nomad since 2017 (40+ countries), Digital Nomad Ambassador. Multilingual Keynote Speaker. I am also a self-taught Polyglot (7+) and consult on remote and cross-cultural skills.

I promote digital nomadism and talk about the impact remote work has on local populations. Additionally, advice destinations and organizations on how to attract location-independent professionals and boost emerging nomad destinations. Was featured in various international media in Croatia, Cape Verde, Slovenia, Romania, Spain, etc.

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What is a Digital Nomad?

Nearly every person on the planet has dreams of exploring far off destinations, but did you know that your journey doesn’t have to be limited to the few weeks you get off from work or the gap year between school? If you have ever fantasized about dropping everything and living out of your backpack, the life of a digital nomad may be the answer that you’ve been looking for.

Make Money Online

Before I started thinking about how to make money with my laptop, first I thought about why. There are so many reasons that you might want to make money online. Perhaps you’re a student looking for some online side hustles. You might be a fully qualified python expert looking to leave the rat race and work online. You might want to know how to get rich online, or if your sights are set a little lower just how to make a living online.

Travel Jobs

Want to travel the world, but not sure how to finance your adventures? Thankfully there are now more jobs than ever that allow you to travel. Whether you want to work remotely – or simply want a career where travel is part of the package – the world of working abroad is expanding with more and more options opening up every day.

Digital Nomad Insurance Complete Guide

Travel insurance isn’t the most exciting expense but it’s absolutely necessary. We don’t want to sound too dramatic but for those traveling on a budget, it can literally mean life or death. Medical costs, stolen gadgets and flight cancellations will ruin your trip if you aren’t covered. Think about your specific travel needs by all means – but at least get the basics covered.

How to Become a Digital Nomad

Although you can’t paint all digital nomads with the same brush, at their core they all are remote workers who utilize modern devices and Wi-Fi to work while they travel. A digital nomad may work with a company, for themselves, or as a freelancer part of a larger collective. 


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