So, ideas are everywhere. And sometimes our brains go blank and we can’t produce any new ideas. For me, I’ve sorta been on a roll with a number of idea…
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A letter to founders and managers, if you’re a startup founder or if you’re a hiring manager whose company has held a physical office with no remote em…
Ever since I've started to work remote I've felt loneliness almost consistently. It's normal to feel this way and if you're feeling this way right now,…
Sunday’s newsletter is here. Crazy it’s already October, right? You’ll start noticing hiring for roles start to slow down in preparation for the holida…
Thank you for checking out my last letter! Ask: For next week’s newsletter, I’m searching for questions you may have around remote work or the future o…
Ooop! I’ve changed the newsletter name. Expect 1 letter weekly on a few different topics as you’ll see highlighted below. If there’s anything you want …
Types of remote work You may know of remote work in a few different ways, let’s cover them:1. Telecommute or telecommuting: In the 1990s, this was the …
Okay, so not only is it difficult to hire remote employees but it’s even harder to onboard them. Ideally, if your company can afford it it’s substantia…
I’ll be covering 2 big topics to help you find and land your next Remote Engineering role. The first is understanding how to best showcase that you’re …