Flexibility. For me, I need a balance between home and coworking settings. Sometimes I need to be at home and shut everything out and focus, and sometimes I really need the energy and inspiration of working near others.
Interviews with digital nomads and remote working professionals who share their remote journey and experience, from the challenges they’ve found, how they have overcome them to actionable tips and tools they use.
I’ve been remote for over 10 years, first convincing my boss to let me try it out for 6 months after I moved out of LA and down to San Diego, and didn’t want to lose my job. Since then, as Head of Publishing & Editorial I grew a remote publishing department to 75 staff.
Flexibility for everyone is very important, especially for people with kids but not limited to. I like having flexibility myself since running errands or going to the doctor becomes much easier.
Lois Weinblatt is a Visioning coach, expert, and facilitator in True North Visionaries.
In the wake of the pandemic, our company went home thinking we would be there for about a week. Little did we know that working remotely from the comfort of our own homes would become the new norm.
Jingyansu Choudhury is the CEO and Founder of RebelLink, and you can find him on Twitter, Linkedin or Facebook.
Rachel Heller is a Content creator Freelance who has created https://worldheritagesites.net/ a site for tourism information on UNESCO World Heritage sites around the world. You can find more about her project on Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest. 1. How did you start working remotely? How did you make the switch?: I kept a travel blog for […]
Adrián Arroyo is a freelance web developer at https://www.webvisible.es, helps other people to increase their productivity by being a brand ambassador for a project and task management tool. You can find him on Linkedin and Instagram to read more. 1. How did you start working remotely? How did you make the switch?: I started working […]
“On a personal level, I like being able to work from where I want and when I want. I like to be able to travel and still work from there if I want to.”
“To me, remote work is synonymous with opportunity. The opportunity to live abroad and travel while taking my income with me has changed my life. When done correctly, working online offers freedom, happiness and increase efficiency. It’s pure magic.”
“The main advantages to me are the flexibility of my working schedule and the fact I don’t have to waste hours of my life commuting.”
“Although all of my communication with coworkers is through Google meet or Slack, I feel that it’s sufficient and I still get to know them just as well.”
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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.
Learn how Eden Tadese work remotely as the CEO & Founder at Invicta: challenges, journey, tools and more!
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.”