Technology has really opened the door to so many new ways to work. Entire companies can operate with employees spread out around the world without compromising their efficiency. It is one of the main factors that led to the creation of a truly global economy.
However, take a minute to consider what technology can do for you on a far smaller scale. Consider what technology could do for your own business. Maybe you wanted to make a startup, or work from home?
Forbes contributor Evan Varsamis “is an entrepreneur, founder/CEO at Gadget Flow, investor and marketing advisor at Qrator Ltd, Comet Core Inc.” He talks about his own experience at length in his article you can read in full by clicking here.
Once you become a remote worker, you are the designer of your own schedule. You can take breaks based on your preference. I work out early in the morning, meditate throughout the day, and take regular coffee breaks, helping me to achieve a better work-life balance and productivity. I like doing my important tasks early in the morning before everyone wakes up.
Varsamis’ piece offers entrepreneurs and prospective remote workers a first hand account of how technology can change the way you work. From the logistical benefits of a remote workplace to the freedom it allows, Varsamis covers it all.
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