re: There Be Monsters in Working Remotely VIEW POST


Working and living the dream, creating stuff on my own for projects from the ground up, in agreement with with the client. I'm the one-man-army guy with 20+ years of expertise.

Working remotely was always what I wanted. You'll need discipline, but nothing can beat the fact that you're the only one who watches over you. Also, no office politics, no distracting or annoying people to agree with. Whenever I need some company, I reach out to and organize something with friends.

Surely, this is not for anyone. Said discipline is no joke. If you can't apply it to your life, you'll be better off in an office with a 9-5 day job.

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