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 James Cave

Interview with James Cave

Whether you’re working from home or from another country, being able to work remotely is not something anyone will take for granted. Knowing how valuable this is, I find that I work much harder than I did when I was in an office environment.

Interview with René Lönngren

Interview with René Lönngren

Isolation and lack of social engagement is the key pain for most remote workers. We developed our own tool to make team building for remote teams much easier.

Interview with Stephanie Kable

Interview with Stephanie Kable

The main disadvantage of working remotely is that you need to have some discipline to separate personal life and professional life. It’s not always easy.

Interview with Taylor Coil

Interview with Taylor Coil

My life dictates when, where, and how I work — not the other way around. Every advantage stems from that one fundamental shift.

Interview with Akvile DeFazio

Interview with Akvile DeFazio

To be able to work when your mind is sharpest, from anywhere in the world, as long as you have your computer and wifi, is the best gift you can give yourself.

Interview with Sam McRoberts

Interview with Sam McRoberts

I can’t think of a single valid reason not to work remotely, whether as an employee or self-employed, the benefits vastly outweigh any potential negatives.

Interview with Martijn Scheijbeler

Interview with Martijn Scheijbeler

Do you want to hire the best talent and are you convinced they all live within 45 minutes from your office? The answer is NO. So if you’re going to get these people to join your company, you’ll have to be more flexible to work with them.

Interview with Lukasz Zelezny

Interview with Lukasz Zelezny

Commuting was really killing me. 1.5 hour one way means 3 hours a day x 5 days its… 15 hours in a train.. now I just close my laptop and I am in the home-mode

Interview with Viola Eva

Interview with Viola Eva

Remote work requires transparency, honesty and commitment. But it is so rewarding — for you, your team and your clients.

Interview with Thomas Petit

Interview with Thomas Petit

If you don’t trust your people to be their best, why did you even hire them? Monitoring presence is a total waste of time. Only the outcome matters.

Interview with James Gurd

Interview with James Gurd

The most important thing is to have a network related to your expertise, so that you can stay in touch with latest trends and good practice.

Interview to Larry Mersman

Interview to Larry Mersman

“More and more, companies are having to consider remote work options to attract the best and brightest from all over the world.”

Interview: Jim Miller

Interview: Jim Miller

“Regular catch ups and just touch base calls to see how they are as people will make a big difference.”

Interview: Ying Lin

Interview: Ying Lin

“It’s one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. But it’s not always fun and joy. It’s flexible for you but also requires a lot of flexibility from you.”

Interview: Bill Slawski

Interview: Bill Slawski

“As a remote worker, it is essential that you be organized, focused, and able to communicate with those whom you work with.”

Interview: Cyrus Shepard

Interview: Cyrus Shepard

“At my previous job, I was commuting up to 90 minutes per day. The toll of stress and lost time was a huge suck on my psyche. Getting hours back every week has been heaven.”

Interview: Eric Lander

Interview: Eric Lander

“Find a way to stay organized, and stick to it. I rely on bullet journaling a lot – and append a daily diary to keep track of conversations, follow-up items and things I talk about with others”.

Interview: Stefanie Grieser

Interview: Stefanie Grieser

“It means I have the ability to live where I feel the most creative. It also makes my career and personal development opportunities that much richer. I don’t feel limited to employment prospects in one-city. I don’t feel trapped. The whole world is my oyster.”

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