Coming in 2021, Global Natives is a comprehensive guide to the “work from anywhere” movement, written to help investors, entrepreneurs and business leaders navigate the realities of distributed work and global living.
Lauren Razavi is an award-winning writer and strategist whose clients include Google, Wired, and Coursera; she is also the author of the Counterflows newsletter. In her debut book, Razavi reveals how technology has unlocked new approaches to work and innovation—and how people are already acting on them.
Global Natives charts the rise of digital nomads since the turn of the millennium, and reveals what these early adopters signal for companies and governments preparing for the opportunities and challenges ahead. The book is also relevant to employees and freelancers seeking to explore the possibilities of a remote-first world in big picture terms.
Based on a decade of first-hand experience and extensive research, Global Natives addresses urgent questions such as:
Brimming with insights, analysis, case studies and interviews, Global Natives is a story about how we’ll live, work and play as location independence goes mainstream in the 2020s.