The best companies aren’t families. They’re supporters of families. Allies of families. There to provide healthy, fulfilling work environments so when workers shut their laptops at a reasonable hour, they’re the best husbands, wives, parents, siblings, and children they can be.
…, tangent to whatever I was working on directly. I wanted to work with people more skilled than me. I wanted to work with people who would share what they strive for and motivate me to push forward a little bit harder than I was considering a good pace.
So if there’s anything you take from skimming this article, it’s this: have fun with everything you do with your remote team, always strive to find ways to inspire and motivate them, never hold back from trying new ideas, and watch as your team becomes incredibly grateful to work for you.