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    Learn a bit more about some of the great people who answered the Remote.co Q&As as they share some of their remote worker insights and anecdotes on work-life balance, remote work environments, and more.

  • TeamSnap
    I have a home office that is unremarkable, filled with the cheapest possible furniture, an outdated MacBook Air and a comically old and small...
  • Beutler Ink
    I’m in the process of converting my spare room into an office, after my previous office got turned into my kids’ room, so...
  • Sutherland Global Services
    I have a designated office (which morphs into a “family room” in the evening) which is a bonus room over our...
  • Bright!Tax
    No commuting! This leaves me with more time for working, instead of to-ing and fro-ing.
  • Trade Conductor
    That I do not need to sit in a car and drive. As an example I can walk my 10,000 steps a day while walking...
  • Sanborn
    It’s much easier to balance my work and personal life. The time I used to spend commuting to work, I...
  • Jackson River
    I surround myself with strong, accomplished leaders – you can’t go it alone. That’s the big thing, and I am incredibly grateful for...
  • Inpsyde GmbH
    Not really good, I’m always available, so many times I don’t completely separate between work and life. But if...
  • Ushahidi
    I get up early and do calls, because of my timezone. I try and be active on our chat service. I...
  • Remote Year
    If you have ever walked through a doorway and forgotten why you entered the room, then use that same trick in...
  • Time Doctor
    Don’t work in your house all day long. Work in a coffee shop or in a co-working space if you...
  • Blossom
    I like meeting people, so I make sure to have at least one meeting over coffee each week. I also work...
  • Fire Engine RED
    “Remote: Office Not Required” by Fried and Hansson
  • ThirdPath Institute
    Brigid Schulte’s book, Overwhelmed, Work, Love and Play When No One Has the Time.  Brigid does a great job describing why...
  • Toggl
    “From good to great” by Jim Collins
  • Teleport
    People are usually hired for their professional skills, but fired for failures around culture and values. Hence always make sure you...
  • Groove
    You don’t get what you don’t ask for. It’s probably the most valuable lesson most first-time entrepreneurs learn.
  • Speak
    I don’t have a quote but I think it’s important to always keep providing value. Everything our app does is simply to...
  • Ciao Bambino! Inc.
    Worst: The car on the side of the road. Best: Any Four Seasons Hotel.
  • Five Q
    Bad wifi no matter where you are is the worst. My best thinking is probably on airplanes or I’ve really enjoyed blending some...
  • Hubstaff
    The Philippines has awful Internet, but I have a lovely home office set up there so it’s both the best...

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