“It is important to assess your risk tolerance, work habits, and values before transitioning to a new lifestyle.”
Remote Based Professionals Interviews
An interview made to a remoter or digital nomad.
Our lives become increasingly flexible and location-independent and companies have to adapt to this change
Learn to embrace uncertainty and roll with the punches while you find your feet.
Carlos Hernández is a software developer with more than 10 years of professional experience. He works at Audiense where he’s part of the backend engineering team.
Remote working is an amazing benefit, and you will open up a whole new pool of talent (worldwide!) by supporting your employees with this option.
“It’s wonderful but to be successful at working remotely requires the same amount of discipline and diligence than an in-office job.”
“Mostly I work from NYC, and I have to be honest, there is nothing like it”.
“Restricting your hiring to a small geographic region means you are not getting the best people you can”.
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.
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.