I'm a night person, I stay awake until 3am. Then I wake up at 9am. I nap a bit, read, watch movies, talk to the team, do some planning and a bit of work during the day. I take some breaks, pauses, do other stuff. Do work in between. I finish around 1-2am. Need better work/life separation.
- Story 43
- Story 128
Everyone(Founders,CEO) tends to say others to take risk and start doing. But in real life people don't trust those people who take such high risk rather they just hire people who obey without any further question 😐. Strange World.
- Story 63
I feel that working remote for more than 4 weeks on a go sucks out all my motivation. I have to then do a tour of some of my physical offices and get some energy from there. This does not mean that the people working from office are more motivated.. just that it seems that you value what you do more when you see all those faces :)
- Story 48
I work at an office albeit remotely with my counterpart in our northern office. We're the only 2 that work on development, but it hasn't slowed us down. Working remotely at home is always a challenge unless you are strict on yourself and you have a home office dedicated to it. From the couch with a TV going is a distraction. Sitting at a desk in a comfortable but distraction free environment is perfect. Those of you thumb-downing Coworking spaces aren't doing it right. As members of the coworking group, it's your responsibility to make your surroundings productive and obstruction free. Setting personal boundaries and accepted rules for use of shared space
- Story 98
I love meetings. They are often garbage but where pretty much where of your dictated commitments and scope creep come from and the only place you can object to them.
- Story 125
Working remotely let to be part of awesome projects at big companies, when I started it was great bc I can get a good spaces just for me, and let me focus on what I like to do, but after a few years it feels that I need to have some people around, I am thinking a co-working space will be better now, it seems to be like the new way to work these days and also I think I could benefit from other experience and get some people around :)
- Story 194
When you work as a software enginner from home, people will feel like you are writing emails and sharing on facebook. This is a bigger problem when you are away from community.
- Story 107
I am working as a Visual Designer. As I am in a beginning stage, there are lot to learn, yet I dont think I am really concerned about that. I am worried that I am not. Yet, I couldn't. What to do? There are lot of Movies that has to be watched. :) :(
- Story 127
Washing my dishes helps me shift gears. Sometimes, on special days, I use my Magic Wand to be able to move to the next phase. (I used to smoke, so "bridges" had to be replaced with something!) The neighbor's kid is a cry baby. Besides that, this is the best way for me to work. My terms and I produce.
- Story 209
I find that working remotely vs be office, that I'm more responsive, more productive and more focused being remote. I think it's my inner conscience proving to myself and team that I am trusted and actually working hard. Not sitting at home watching day time tv.