In this episode B and Jack talks about the principles of choosing what to bring with you on a trip. They first go over the problem they want to address. After that they present the 5 principles regarding how to choose your travel belongings.
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1. What to bring with you as a digital nomad on a trip? [1:21]
2. The topic of what to bring on a trip within the Digital Nomad Life System [6:09]
3. The 5 principles to help you decide what to bring on a trip as a digital nomad [7:35]
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