“I would love to see the global marketplace come to the developing world” – Peter Wall
This episode feature guest Peter Wall, founder of the coworking space Hubud, where do do many of my interviews and work here in Ubud, Bali. Peter is originally from Toronto and relocated to Bali about four and a half years ago. Peter is a guy who gets things done – whether it is starting Ubud’s first coworking space a couple years ago, starting his new learning venture, Turnpoint, or making high quality films. Peter is also a high energy and generous guy – we record this episode using his podcasting mixer and equipment. I’m pretty excited to be a part of the community that he has helped create here at Hubud. Check out this episode for great insights into storytelling, the future of work, entrepreneurship, and community building!
“Adventure is getting outside of your comfort zone” – Peter Wall
What you will learn in this episode:
-How the newsroom is “old fashioned coworking”
-How to start a Co-working space
-The power of video storytelling
-The power of building a community (for digital nomads and entrepreneurs)
-The benefits of being an expat (“your highs are higher and your lows are lower”)
-How to leave conventional work behind
Mentioned in this episode:
Turnpoint Peter’s new learning startup
99 Designs – Indonesian farmers are designing logos at night and have doubled their income
Thanks Peter Wall!
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