How does tech infrastructure determine the ease of your remote work experience? How does the right infrastructure & toolkit get you into the right mindset? What influence does workspace ergonomics have on your productivity & wellbeing? Head over to https://stephanieholland.co/90 for full show notes & transcription.
How do you build a team of self-starters for your startup? How do you consciously cultivate loyalty and build trust without an office? How does enabling your team to live where they want to live help you grow your business? Samantha Deeks shares how starting up her remote company office-free helped her build a strong, loyal team full of brilliant self starters. Head over to https://stephanieholland.co/89 for full show notes & transcription.
How do you mastermind a career transition & enter the remote work style at the same time? How do you enter the remote workforce as an older worker? How do you make sure the company is addressing the most important social issues that affect you? Benné Rockett, co-founder of Rockett Launcher, shares insights from a decade of working remotely. Head over to https://stephanieholland.co/88 for full show notes & transcription.
What if the future isn't remote? What if it's a hybrid, remote-first, flexible working operating model that encourages trust, clarity of purpose, free reign and a 4-hr work day?In today’s
How do you find remote companies with a great company culture? How do you know if you'd be a great culture fit? And how does a team build great communication
Did you know that remote working could create a 24/7 playground for your thinking and imagination? Namira Abdulgani shares how she creates her own creative bubble & works on other passion projects while also working full-time as a remote employee. Head over to https://stephanieholland.co/84 for full show notes & transcript.
If you’d like to know what it takes to be a brilliant remote worker whilst enjoying more freedom & flexibility in your life and career, you’re in luck. Season 4
Today is Part 5 of the #remotecareerchallenge, designed to help you create a remote work reality that helps you create & sustain the life you REALLY want.Step 5 is about
Today is Part 4 of the #remotecareerchallenge, designed to help you create a remote work reality that helps you create & sustain the life you REALLY want.Step 4 is about
Today is Part 3 of the #remotecareerchallenge, designed to help you create a remote work reality that helps you create & sustain the life you REALLY want.In today's episode and
Today is Part 2 of the #remotecareerchallenge designed to help you create a remote work reality that helps you create & sustain the life you REALLY want.Step 2 is about
Did you know that I’m delivering a 5-day remote career challenge right here on the podcast? Step 1 is about brainstorming your vision for your body, health, the first hour of
Not 'any' remote role is the right role for you. There’s a certain culture and career fit that — if you find it — will enable you to thrive personally
What does a company mean when it says they're remote-friendly or remote-first?It’s a good idea to prepare a few questions in advance of your first interview so you can
You’ve been invited to interview… congratulations! With up to 3000 applications per role this is particularly significant and very exciting. This is time to celebrate — yes! Celebrate! — and
Approaching the remote job search as a non-US citizen can feel very frustration as you come across job posts that require you to be either a US-citizen or US-based. These
A few episodes ago I said there were ways to show you’re an ideal remote candidate without actually specifying your levels of tech skills, work ethic & proactivity.Last episode
Video is not only a core part of the way remote companies connect, communicate, collaborate and socialise, but also a core part of the hiring process.I’m seeing more and
Recently a friend sent me a one page A4 letter and asked me if this was a good cover letter. I didn’t even have to read it to say: “NO!”
You may think filling in the form, writing a cover letter and attaching your CV is enough to get you to the next stage of a remote job hiring process,
One of the questions I was asked most when it comes to finding a remote job is ‘how do I avoid the scams’.Like with any role you apply for,
When you’re looking for your first remote role, you might think that any remote role will be a great remote role. But that’s not always the case. In fact, you’ll have
*FYI The audio quality in the video is not amazing this week, so listen to the audio podcast above if that will bother you.*Remote job posts yield so much great
The #1 question on everyone’s mind is: "Where do I go to look for remote jobs?! That’s a funny question, because when you know where to look, they are everywhere!
LinkedIn is such a powerful networking and job searching tool that you can use to position yourself as an expert in your field, as well as an ideal remote candidate
This is a cool episode, because this is your first chance to get super creative and really show your personality & tech skills as well as your professional skills, experience
So what exactly do you need to do to get a remote job? Well, there are 5 things you can do to create a great job search foundation, and then
The tech skills you need for a remote role are no different than for a co-located office role, since business of all kinds is increasingly reliant on tech tools, systems
Certain skills are important for remote work — and I covered in episode 60 of the podcast — but even more important are certain characteristics that make you a great
It might surprise you to know that you don’t need a ton of extra skills to enter the remote workforce. Companies are still hiring against the skills they need for
In life we have so many options but for some reason we grow up picking from the same restaurant at the same restaurant as everyone else, pretty much ending up
Have you noticed that when people announce that they’re leaving the corporate world, they’re leaving to do one of three things: become a yoga teacher, a life coach, or start
If you’ve decided to find a remote job and are coming across new terms that are turning your remote job search into a tailspin, it might be that expanding your
You might be surprised to know that remote working arrangements are similar to those of co-located roles. And yes, that includes part time. In fact, remote companies are pioneering the
Anyone from anywhere can join the remote workforce right from their kitchen table. No passport necessary. We talked in episode 54 about the fact you don’t need to be a
You don’t have to be a beautiful, fit, 25 year-old, child-free, digital nomad to enjoy the benefits of the remote work style. You can work from your kitchen table in
The remote work style is not something that’s going to happen. It’s not the future, it’s already here, and has been for a while, right under your nose. And now