Although co-working spaces offer many positive benefits including community, I prefer being in my own space for the convenience of it, where ever my location may be.
“Keeping a schedule and having great internet, along with some really great earphones to block out everyone else.”
From an operations perspective, I think the best aspect of remote work is being able to work with the best talent regardless of location.
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My holy grail is discipline, I have a very structured day and this helps me not to procrastinate. Once you got his figured out, the rest is easy.
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Work out if you are a morning or an afternoon person. I try to get my most challenging work done in the morning because that’s when my brain functions best. It’s much easier to plan your days when you know when you are most productive.
“It was hard to hire talented workers remotely on a global scale, and that’s why I left to create Remote. That’s exactly the challenge Remote provides a solution for.”
It is hard for me to compare working remotely to a normal job, as I have never worked a non-remote job.
“My current employer didn’t believe in remoters, but whatever the main policy of the company, anyone (company) could benefit from hiring remoters. Some people are not for the office work, or wouldn’t relocate to a particular country/city but they might be great.”
“Remote work can bring the opportunity to focus on complex projects without distractions of spontaneous interpersonal encounters. Of course, reduced commute times are a huge benefit”.
From the start I was risk-averse, I was determined to stick with it and not make the make that jump to full time remote working until I knew I had the clients and regular work load to accommodate for my earnings.
“Though I would also agree that there are some industries that are not conducive to remote work or would need to transition longer, the future of working should be taken into consideration for most companies to thrive in the future.”
“I absolutely love the personal freedom that it gives you. Being able to just fly off to anywhere in the world is simply amazing. Furthermore, I find that you meet so many amazing and like-minded people. It is a wonderful way to explore the world.”
“A partial remote policy is an incredible perk for parents and areas where commuting times are very high”
“Ask yourself whether you want to hire the best possible people for the job who’ll be more productive because they get to work when they’re at their best, or whether it’s more important to you to just see someone in the office and micro-manage. “
“I think the main issue right now is not whether they believe in hiring remote workers or not but their ability create effective ways of working together and making these remote relationships work and run smoothly.”
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