I can’t let my team work from home, they might not work hard.
Tagged "work from home"
Remote work means you work in front of your children, don’t the chance to influence how they think of work
Motivations for writing a book in 2021 when you have other things to do
Why imposter syndrome and starting and stopping a project slow everything down
Hybrid remote work is challenging, because it can be the worst of both worlds.
Remote work isn’t about where you are, it is about how you work
A guide for how to be productive while working from home
Alt forms of rich: You can go to bed and wake up when you want to.
Obvious Advice for those that work from home, that is completely wrong
A few quick notes on recent activity outside of this blog that I’ve been involved in:
The Pomodoro technique is a rare productivity tool: simple, powerful, and popular.
Most people agree that a “to do list” is a great way to track work tasks whether it be shopping lists or work lists or people that you need to tickle this week.
How remote work might change the world
My productivity tip of the day is pretty simple and exists in two parts:
In a previous entry I mentioned that you should have certain infrastructure readily-available when you work from home.
Remote work changes your cost and culture
Remote workers have a default culture of getting things done
Years ago my boss asked if I could use a remote support developer in Europe for off-hours support of a critical system that processed data throughout the day.
If you are looking for true advice from someone who understands the struggle of remote work and has actual useful advice, check out Navigating Remote Work .
I’m writing a book about successfully working from home; click here if you would like to know more.
So you’ve decided to work from home. As a rookie veteran of working without a traditional office for one year I’m here to tell you that it is the greatest and worst thing that can happen to your work life other—much like being transferred to a glitter-packing facility.