Do you wish that there was a super simple guide to working away from the office? Well, there is and it’s Working Remotely: Secrets to Success For Employees on Distributed Teams.
It’s written by Teresa Douglas (a work from home manager since 2010), Holly Gordon (a remote working communications professional) and Mike Webber (a freelance writer who has been remote working since 2008).
And between them, they know exactly what you need to know.
Why We Love Working Remotely
The first thing we love about this book is its brevity.
Unlike other remote working books which try to be ridiculously comprehensive, this is the short and simple guide to getting it right and it comes in at less than 200 pages!
Despite this, it has everything that you need to know about what it’s like to be a remote worker within an organization and how to take charge of your career from that perspective.
If you want to know how moving out of the office doesn’t have to put the brakes on your success, this is the best book you can buy.
With over 4 million people working as remote workers in the United States, now, the odds are good that at some point in your career, you may have the opportunity to work remotely.
When that opportunity comes up, you’re going to want to grab a copy of this book, so that you can make the most of it.
If you’re looking for other useful resources to manage your remote work career with you might want to check out Surviving Remote Work, Working From Home and Work-From-Home Hacks, they’re all super helpful.
You can grab a copy online here.