If you have worked remotely, worked for a startup or owned your own business then you likely have the skills to work remotely. Unlike a traditional job, where you show up at time X and leave at time Y and put in your 40 or so hours, most remote workers set their own hours, they decided where they will work from and have to be self-motivated to get things done.Read More
If you want your remote company to be successful, you’ll need for a culture centered on results, trust and transparency. You can run a brick and mortar company in the old way, it will be at a competitive disadvantage, but you could do it. If you try using traditional management practices with a remote company, it will fail.