One day you’re going to wake up and be tired of your own despair. It’s going to hit you that only you can change your life and your future is in your hands.
It’s not that it’s easy to achieve our long-term personal goals, but if you know what you’re aspiring toward, you at least have a sense of the process. Start with the end in mind, work backward to the present day, and execute diligently.
Start by changing your habits and your new life will inevitably unfold.
A simple change in how you think about remote work can make your days instantly more productive and pleasant.
What does it take to make remote work successful? For both employees and entrepreneurs, a good tech setup and relatively distraction-free space is certainly essential. So are techniques to keep endless Zoom calls from destroying your productivity (and sanity). A modern approach to management that focuses on what people produce rather exactly how and when they produce it helps too.
The research team started from the same places that many bosses find themselves in today. There are about a million studies and surveys about remote work, and they often contradict each other on the benefits and drawbacks of remote setups. Which of these studies should business leaders believe?
The answer, according to this new research, is maybe all of them. Rather than finding that remote work is always good or always bad, the team discovered that mindset mattersmassively when it comes to remote work success. Those with the right mindset thrive in remote setups, and those without it don’t.
– K. Crystal Carter is a cryptocurrency and blockchain enthusiast who is originally from Oakland, California. She has 7.5 years of experience in the financial industry, and 6 years of being a cannabis hydroponics grow director and cannabis advocate at local City Hall meetings. She currently resides in Las Vegas as one of the lead Earthy Realist team members.