Find Your Ideal Career Closer in 10

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We attended the Worldschooling Summit in Granada, Spain, in 2019. There we met Jonathan Magnin, who helps people to learn to work online. Jonathan created a podcast series with digital nomads and asked if we wanted to join. As we are yes-sayers you can enjoy the interview here: 

"You know you need to change career, but you’re not sure where to start? Finding your ideal career can be difficult but here we got you covered! In this episode of Closer in 10, I interview Jesper Conrad. Jesper is working online for 20 years and lives in a bus with his family. His kids don't go to school. If you don't like offices and the schooling system, this is for you :)"

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