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On this week’s episode of Remotely Prepared – we talk about all the announcements that have been coming out as of late on the big companies going remote. Oddly enough, it sounds like we are ripping it to shreds whereas we do think it’s great. The way I am thinking about this big, monumental change in my mind is that if everyone decided they were going to switch from iPhones to Android – would we…

I like it when people do more over what they say. They don’t wait for “IT” to happen, them make “IT” happen. They don’t announce what they are doing, they roll up their sleeves, get in there and do it. They don’t call a meeting to vote on what needs to happen, they do what needs to happen and have a meeting to discuss the outcomes what they learned when they did it. Doers take…

I’ve had the good fortune to interview Jason Cosman a few times, but this is the first time that the interview is being published. If you are looking for some guidance on how to lead teams remotely, Jason has been doing it for over 5 years and never stops surprising me with you easy he makes it look. The full episode is available here. Want more? Check out my book Code Your Way Up -…

If you didn’t see it yesterday, there is a new podcast in town. In all reality, there are probably a number of them, but this one is new to me. The past few months have put an exceptional load on people and businesses as they shift their workforces to working remotely bringing up a number of new struggles and changes which they are having to implement while running their current operations. I’ve likened it to…

If burnout is the scenario where you overwork yourself to the bone to get a delivery out the door, Anti-Burnout must be the scenario where you can’t focus to get anything done, you don’t feel like you can make anything happen and you don’t know where to start. While Burnout requires rest, stopping and breathing, Anti-Burnout requires you to do something to break out of the funk that you might be feeling. Some ideas; Make…