Is The Digital Nomad Lifestyle The Answer To The High Veteran Unemployment Rate?
Bernard Edwards ✈
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I agree with what you wrote here. As a I recently transitioned from the Army and am working on my next adventure. I am not necessarily looking for digital nomad as a lifestyle but what is important to me, is to have the freedom and ability to travel and live wherever I desire.

As with many things in the military, the transition programs are way behind the times. They try to sell you on the good corporate job (which hardly exists) or the definition of entrepeneurship is to buy a franchise.

I fully support your mission of helping others to crush fears and chase dreams.

Have a Happy Fourth of July.

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