Check out this great article about remote work: And If You Start Remotely?
Important Notes from these articles:
- “You can even operate from the same location and be the master of your own time. Everyone is different. Some need to make a radical change while others will find joy with some little adjustments. Others will be fine by taking some hours per week to work from home.”
- “Working remotely doesn’t mean you don’t need effective routines or discipline. It means you will need to find your style, your approach to it. You can incorporate rigid and “old school” methods if they make you more productive. You chose.”
- “Find a dedicated workspace. Get to know the wider business. Share your work often. Communicate your availability. Try to keep a consistent routine.”
- “Working remotely offers people a world of benefits, which explains why so many are eager to adopt a telecommuting arrangement. But doing your job outside of a traditional office setting takes some getting used to, and if you go in unprepared, you could end up struggling or even hurting your career in the process.”