Working remotely is mentally tough – you need to be focused and have a lot of motivation to show up every day and get stuff done.
Learn from other digital nomads, remoters & distributed companies experience in their journey for location independence:
The biggest advantage is that we get to hire top talent from all over the world for all the different roles in our agency.
When I’m heads-down on a project, there are far less distractions than there would be if I were in an office environment.
Freedom is the main motivation for me, and it was what pushed me to create my own activity
John Doherty is a digital marketing professional and founder of Credo, a marketplace whose main goal is connecting the best digital marketing consultants with companies that need their services.
Wade Foster is co-founder & CEO of Zapier, a tool that allows you to connect apps to automate tasks and save time – with a 100% distributed team.
Sam Pessin is co-founder & COO of Remote Year, a community of digital nomads from across the globe, traveling and working together during a year across 12 different cities.
Remote workers can provide some much needed consistency and realiability.
“Try different places to find what suits you best (…) Find what works for you.”
Be nice in every email because that is usually the only impression about your personality people/your clients will get.
Kirsty Hulse is the founder of Manyminds Digital.
Nick Messina is the Co-Founder of YonderWork, a travel experience for remote workers