Tag: Travel | Digital Nomad

Work From ANYWHERE Should Be The Standard! [Wise and Shine 18 with Zat]

In light of recent events and the growing trend towards remote work, the question of whether work from home should be mandatory is a topic of much debate. While there are certainly benefits to remote work, such as increased flexibility and reduced commuting time, there are also potential downsides, such as decreased social interaction and difficulty separating work and home life.

During the pandemic when most of us were required to work remotely, we’ve come to realize that we dont really need to be in the office 9 hours a day just to get work done. So why isnt work from home a mandatory thing? Why are some companies still putting so much emphasis on being in the office when so much time and money can be saved from allowing some employees to work from home.

Who else but Zat, head of content at RICE media, can give us a scoop on how inefficient and outdated the way ‘traditional’ corporations run, and how can employers and leaders capitalize on remote work.

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Digital Nomad Visa in Malaysia?! [TFC First Dibs 175]

Not tied to a country? Do you have the ability to work remotely for a period of time? Maybe it’s time to explore a digital nomad visa.

As a Singaporean, one of the biggest struggles with living in Malaysia is that you’re only allowed in the country for 30 days at a time. However, with Malaysia introducing its own digital nomad visa, you can now stay up to one year.

Take a listen to today’s episode to get more details and hopefully we see you in Malaysia soon 😉

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Ep 59: Singaporeans should live in Malaysia !

In episode #59, we go abroad, challenging the idea that Singapore is the best and only space one should settle down into. Being born and raised here has its perks, but that does not mean the world out there cannot be your playground. Malaysia our neighbor is a great place to start to embrace that excitement of living in another land while having that pseudo familiarity of home. We hope you find inspiration to dare to go out and create that life you love.