Digital Nomadism for Lawyers: A Leap into Enhanced Productivity

Digital Nomadism for Lawyers is more than a lifestyle; it’s a revolution in productivity. Taking the case of Megan Hargroder, a dedicated digital nomad, we can see how this lifestyle change could radically improve how lawyers get work done. For instance, Megan shares insights on how she transformed her productivity by completing a day’s work in just 90 minutes.

Overcoming Challenges of Constant Travel

The path of Digital Nomadism for Lawyers may seem daunting due to the challenges of working while constantly traveling. However, solutions abound, including options for acquiring low-cost data for GPS uses, an essential asset for nomadic living.

Navigating Digital Workspace Options

As a digital nomad, Megan utilized the facilities of WeWork offices, but she also explored other options. This flexibility in workspace choice is an essential aspect of Digital Nomadism for Lawyers, accommodating the changing environments of travel.

Maintaining Communication while Traveling

Digital Nomadism for Lawyers demands efficient communication with staff and clients during travels. Exploring innovative approaches to remote communication can ensure a seamless workflow and client satisfaction.

Embracing Tech Tools for Easier Work Life

Ultimately, Digital Nomadism for Lawyers is about harnessing the best tech tools to simplify work and life. From productivity apps to collaborative platforms, these tools not only enhance efficiency but also make life easier while on the road.

How can spending eight months traveling and working help you become more productive?

Well, ask Megan Hargroder, a veritable digital nomad. In this episode of the podcast she explained how being a “digital nomad” has changed and radically improved how she gets work done.

For example, she shares how she learned to complete a day’s work in 90 minutes. We also discussed:

  • The challenges of working while constantly traveling
  • Options for getting low-cost data on your cellphone (important for using GPS)
  • Her use of WeWork offices, and why she uses other options too
  • How to communicate with staff and clients while traveling
  • The best tech tools to work easier and to make life easier (see the list below)
  • Megan’s company website (a digital marketing agency helping solo/small firm lawyers)
  • ExpresssVPN (Virtual Private Network service, link to 30-day free trial)
  • Airalo (app & services for using virtual SIM cards, aka eSIM) – use this code to get $3 off your first purchase: ERNEST3504
  • World Clock app (for time zone management)
  • FIO (browser tool for time zone management)
  • Slack (communication tool for remote teams)
  • Microsoft Teams (alternative communication tool for remote teams)
  • Joey Vitale program that teaches outsourcing skills
  • Loom (video communication tool)
  • VideoAsk (video communication tool)
  • Google Suite (mentioned as a potential alternative to Slack or Microsoft Teams)
  • WeWork (shared workspace provider)

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Episode Credits

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