Tales from a Digital Nomad: How to Become Location Independent (and Work in Paradise)
Tuesday, March 4, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Do you ever wonder how people make a living while living abroad? In 2014, it is easier than ever to become a digital nomad. After 10 years living San Francisco, former Hubber Mona Motwani took the plunge - picked up and move to Ubud, Bali (a place she had never been to before moving there). She tells us about her adventures in creating her own life and career by design in Bali over the past 6 months, and why she plans to return and call Bali home for a long time. She’ll talk about her work, what she has learned, co-working in Bali, and profile some others who are making a great life and career from Bali, as well as positively impacting the world around them. She will answer any questions about how she (and many others) become location independent, and how you can too!
About Mona Motwani
Mona Motwani is a human rights lawyer turned social entrepreneur. She is co-founder of the San Francisco non-profit Spark, and she is currently is a wellness and business coach, writer, social venture consultant, and entrepreneur. She remains a human rights and environmental activist. She called San Francisco home for 10 years before moving to Ubud, Bali in August 2013.
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When & Where
Impact Hub San Francisco