The power of working remote

On the power of decoupling impact from hours worked

The power of working remote is it completely decouples impact from hours worked. 

If you work in an office, you’re selling time first and output second. Because regardless of how much (or little) impact you make, you’re expected to be present the full amount of time. 

Remote work removes the fixed time component and frees you to deliver impact in as little (or much) time as necessary. 

If you’re able to deliver more in less time (as I often am), this dynamic is life changing. It allows me to use any time I create for myself to expand my interests, skills, and pursuits. 

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