Future of Work Podcast

Guest Appearance on Ellis in Wunderland Podcast

Ellis in Wunderland - Future of Work ft. Tim King

Recently I was invited to join Ellis in Wunderland host Georgia Ellis to chat about the Future of Work.

In this episode we chat about how the world has changed due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, what this means for the way we’ll work in the future. We also discuss how you can prepare for the future, and what you can do during these strange times to begin realising your dreams.

Georgia Ellis is the creator of Blue Chip Minds, Conscious Architects of Life, Life Reloaded & Rise Up Masterclasses and the “Ellis in Wunderland” Podcast and she specialises in delivering high-impact, practical and integrated training and coaching. 

Georgia has coached, mentored and taught individuals and teams in Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, India, the UAE, UK, Ireland, Austria, Belgium, France, South Africa, USA, Canada, Brazil, New Zealand and Australia how to align their mind to success.

So grab a coffee, and take a deep dive down the rabbit hole of this episode of Ellis in Wunderland!

COVID-19 Future of Work

Travel virtually during lockdown

Person sitting on lake dock with mountains. Photo by Simon Migaj on Unsplash

How to escape right from your living room with this simple tip

Featured in Medium - Travel

Being at home for so many weeks on end can become a real drag while the world is experiencing the COVID-19 crisis. You’re stuck inside seeing the same four walls each day, with little escape on weekends.

But fear not, I’m here to show you how you can travel over vast distances without ever leaving your living room.

COVID-19 Future of Work

How will we work post COVID-19?

MacBook laptop on coffee table with kettle and phone. Photo by Goran Ivos on Unsplash

It’s safe to say that the daily grind has recently been tipped on its head. The world has changed from a commuting lifestyle to schlepping a few feet from the bedroom to your home office desk, kitchen table, or living room.

Many, many people have now reverted to working from home from laptops and other devices, remotely connecting into their once physical office spaces to continue working.

In immediate response to the crisis, employers world-wide have scrambled to increase their capacity or find solutions for remote workers to keep operating from their homes.