Remotely hosted a webinar conversation where I got to sit down and do a bit of a deep dive with Lisen Stromberg, author of the book Work, Pause, Thrive and CEO of PrismWork. Given how many people have been thrown out of work in the wake of the COVID19 pandemic, including increasingly information workers, our conversation was wide-ranging: It’s not actually news that women … [Read more...] about Making the Most of a Pause with Author Lisen Stromberg
It is still going to be a few months before we get the whole RemoteReady training and certification together, but the concepts at the heart of our effort continue to reveal themselves through the work of others. In particular, there is a great deal of commonality with the work of wise authors such as Karen Mangia. Karen recently published "Working From Home: Making the New … [Read more...] about Are you ready to be RemoteReady? Join us to find out.
As we Launch Remotely at this important time in history, it’s fortunate that one of our first webinars was with our dear friend Lee LeFever, who just released his second book “Big Enough”. In it, he chronicles the decisions he and his partner Sachi made as they scaled their business, and purposefully right sized it to the lifestyle they wanted. You don’t need to build the … [Read more...] about Big Enough: A fireside chat with Lee Lefever
If you’re like me, you wake up every morning, and you might feel upset, outraged, angry, sad, or activated about 25 different issues. I definitely do. But here’s the thing: You can’t be an effective leader on 25 issues. You can’t keep up focus, intention, and action on 25 different issues. Certainly not in a sustainable long-term way. So, ignore any guilt or pressure, … [Read more...] about The first step to lifelong life-work-activism integration? Triage.
Remotely’s mission is to make remote work for everyone. And we mean everyone. What we mean is everyone who is striving to give their unique gift to the world, to lift others, and to aspire to become their most fulfilled self. Regardless of identity, circumstance, or location, we believe that everyone has the potential to do this, if given the opportunity. At this … [Read more...] about To Make Remote Work for Everyone, We Need to AIM Higher