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From the Verb. innovare. (transitive) To innovate, to reform, to change.

Innovating a mindset to help entrepreneurs and people looking to grow - through change, determination and what we call a Inovare Mindset.

Innovation is the key to survival. It's make changes in something established, to amend the "normal" by introducing new methods, ideas, products and standards to ensure that the technology, life and the world are forever changed.

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    • 5.0 • 88 Ratings

From the Verb. innovare. (transitive) To innovate, to reform, to change.

Innovating a mindset to help entrepreneurs and people looking to grow - through change, determination and what we call a Inovare Mindset.

Innovation is the key to survival. It's make changes in something established, to amend the "normal" by introducing new methods, ideas, products and standards to ensure that the technology, life and the world are forever changed.

    Ep. 021 Maps are a Weapon

    Ep. 021 Maps are a Weapon

    On this episode of the Work Wherever Podcast, Roy takes a look at the importance of having a game plan for your organization. Jumping into a business decision without a thought out and visualized strategy could be the downfall of your organization.
    It is important to follow the implementation process before you automate. Plan, Design, Build, Test, Deploy, and Refine.

    • 28 min
    Ep. 020 The Tech Bubble Burst

    Ep. 020 The Tech Bubble Burst

    This week on the Work Wherever Podcast, Roy dives into the recent Big Tech layoffs, and theorizes why he thinks the human capital bubble may be bursting, and shifting towards more AI.

    • 25 min
    Ep.019 Automation and the Art of War

    Ep.019 Automation and the Art of War

    This Monday on the Work Wherever Podcast, Roy dives into business automation, and how to find out if your business is ready to take the next step into automating processes. 
    Planning for automation is a lot like planning for war. Assessing your environment and making sure you have all of the necessary information are key to successfully completing your mission of atomization.

    • 30 min
    Ep.018 Why Twitter Made the Right Move by Ending Remote Work

    Ep.018 Why Twitter Made the Right Move by Ending Remote Work

    On this Monday's episode of the Work Wherever Podcast, Roy breaks down Twitter's newest policy requiring employees to be in the office a minimum of 40 hours per week, and surprisingly agrees.
    Company culture is vital to successfully remote work. In Twitter's case, calling employees back and rebuilding may be exactly what the company needs to survive.

    • 26 min
    Ep. 017 Everyday Security

    Ep. 017 Everyday Security

    On this week's episode of the Work Wherever Podcast, Roy gives a quick lesson in security, and keeping your devices and personal information safe and secure against threats.

    • 16 min
    Ep. 016 Planning To Win Your Day

    Ep. 016 Planning To Win Your Day

    This week on the Work Wherever Podcast, Roy & Sydney dive into ways Microsoft makes task management simple and effective with apps like Planner, Project, and To Do.
    Set yourself up for success by streamlining your workload, and start feeling productive with small, daily wins. 
     

    • 57 min

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88 Ratings

88 Ratings

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Love the show

Rory always gives great perspective and insight on the topics he discusses. Always makes a lot of great points that make me realize what I didn’t know. Love the show! Keep up the great work!

Dan1777999877 ,

Huge fan!

I have learned so much from listening to Roy’s actionable insights on working remotely. I’m so thankful to have found Work Wherever. I’m a better remote employee because of it!

Elssssbelllls ,

Great content!

Great content for entrepreneurs. listen in for mindset, innovation, positivity. I like the combo of business strategies with mindset motivation.

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