Interviews: Remoters

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.

Interview with John Xie, CEO of Taskade

Interview with John Xie, CEO of Taskade

“Being distributed requires certain forcing functions for team collaboration that don’t exist for traditional in-office teams. With the right tools and methodologies, you’re able to build a team that strives not only for productivity, but accountability and trust as well.”

Interview with Andriy Haydash

Interview with Andriy Haydash

“there is no guarantee that someone who is working in the office is going to be a good worker. You need people that are committed, disciplined and with skills.”

Interview with Alexandra Cote

Interview with Alexandra Cote

“No commute, more energy, more free time, schedule flexibility, even saving money on food and clothes. It’s all so convenient and you don’t need to be bothered by regular issues office workers bump into.”

Interview with Jonathan Jones

Interview with Jonathan Jones

“I also save about £162 or so per month not having to commute to work, and I don’t have to jump on a packed underground train full of people. I definitely feel more motivated and productive as there are fewer distractions.”

Interview with Teresa Douglas

Interview with Teresa Douglas

“Remote work isn’t as simple as sending people home with their laptops. Remote workers need a virtual infrastructure. Make sure you have places where they can chat, meet with their colleagues, and get looped in on wider company news.”

Interview with Andrea D’Ottavio

Interview with Andrea D’Ottavio

“don’t fall into the trap that you need 100 tools to work. Just pick the ones you and your clients like and stick to them. Don’t waste time on using many tools: focus on developing your business and getting shit done.”

Interview with Kyle Byers

Interview with Kyle Byers

“For employees, it makes their jobs dependent on their output/results rather than how often the boss sees them working late at their desk.”

Interview with Tom Hirst

Interview with Tom Hirst

” day-to-day, I don’t feel I miss out too much as a remote worker. The rise of video conference calling has made it much easier to build rapport with colleagues nowadays.”

Interview with Yuliana Colorado

Interview with Yuliana Colorado

“For companies, there will certainly be a time of adaptation but it is a long-term investment: the costs related to employees are reduced and promoting the freedom of employees to work remotely allows them to develop personally, reduce resignations and avoid costly staff turnover.”

Interview with Reinis Sietins

Interview with Reinis Sietins

“As a legal consultant who has worked 10+ years in international financial consulting company, I have learned a great deal about various jurisdictions and remote company management. Estonia so far is the best option how to manage taxes and work remotely.”

Interview with Enelin Paas

Interview with Enelin Paas

I think in the end, this kind of lifestyle is also more useful for the companies and clients that we work with because the work gets done more productively, and it’s done with positive feelings.

Interview with Gaya Saghatelyan

Interview with Gaya Saghatelyan

“The biggest advantage for me is flexibility. I can structure my day more freely and experiment with different work environments to see where I feel most productive.”

Interview with Juan Ortega

Interview with Juan Ortega

It’s time to change that old mindset!. There are many talented people out there that you can work with. Thanks to technology you can work with anyone from anywhere. Beware that soon remote work might be the norm 😉

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