A former lawyer who’s been running a business remotely for 8 years shares her favorite tools for working on the road
In case you would like to work on the road, here are some tools you could use. They were not surprising to me and are not only to use on the road. You can also use them at home or at the office. I also expected more mobile apps. The author says, she is not using any productivity app. Then I wonder how she categorizes Trello as I would say this is a productivity app.
When I am on the road, I also use cloud storages like iCloud, Dropbox or Teamplace and note taking apps like Evernote. I also use my iPad instead of a laptop. This way, you do not need a backup system as all your apps, photos and data are backed up to iCloud. Other files can be stored in cloud storages.
Oh, and a solar travel charger should not be missing!
What do you use when you travel?
Working on the road is not easy.
Spotty Wi-Fi, noisy cafes, and constantly changing time zones are all par for the course.
But these stumbling blocks haven’t stopped Jodi Ettenberg, a former corporate lawyer who left the legal profession to travel in 2008, from working while roaming from continent to continent.
Ettenberg sustains her travel through multiple income streams, including sales from her online store, freelance writing, social-media consulting, and, more recently, speaking engagements at summits and conferences around the world.
Business Insider recently spoke with Ettenberg, who shared the tools that keep her productive and functioning on the road.
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