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= Remote Work Series #9 =This episode is part of a series on Remote Work. I'm talking to leaders of remote companies about the pros and cons of working remotely, the most common challenges that remote-first teams face and how to overcome them. Issues like communication, hiring, loneliness and isolation, figuring out timezones, et cetera.My guest this week is Amir Salihefendić. Amir is the founder and CEO of Doist, a company that builds productivity apps like Todoist and Twist. And they do it as a fully-remote team distributed across 25 countries and a dozen timezones. Doist Twist Amir on Twitter
= Remote Work Series #8 =This episode is part of a series on Remote Work. I'm talking to leaders of remote companies about the pros and cons of working remotely, the most common challenges that remote-first teams face and how to overcome them. Issues like communication, hiring, loneliness and isolation, figuring out timezones, et cetera.My guest today is Darren Murph. Darren is Head of Remote at GitLab where he is working to empower more people and companies to go remote, implement better ways of working, and equip his team with the tools and processes they need to thrive in an officeless environment. @darrenmurph on Twitter GitLab's Onboarding Template GitLab's Guide to All-Remote PTO Ninja
= Remote Work Series #7 =This episode is part of a series on Remote Work. I'm talking to leaders of remote companies about the pros and cons of working remotely, the most common challenges that remote-first teams face and how to overcome them. Issues like communication, hiring, loneliness and isolation, figuring out timezones, et cetera.My guest this week is Baremetrics Founder & CEO Josh Pigford. Laser Tweets Baremetrics @shpigford GitLab on Considerations for a Productive Home Office or Remote Workspace Tips & Resources for Making Working from Home Delightful 15Five Bonusly Donut
= Remote Work Series #6 =This episode is part of a series on Remote Work. I'm talking to leaders of remote companies about the pros and cons of working remotely, the most common challenges that remote-first teams face and how to overcome them. Issues like communication, hiring, loneliness and isolation, figuring out timezones, et cetera.My guest this week is Joel Gascoigne, the founder and CEO of Buffer, a platform to help build your brand on social media. Buffer Joel on Twitter Buffer's State of Remote Work 2020 Report
= Remote Work Series #5 =This episode is part of a series on Remote Work. I'm talking to leaders of remote companies about the pros and cons of working remotely, the most common challenges that remote-first teams face and how to overcome them. Issues like communication, hiring, loneliness and isolation, figuring out timezones, et cetera.This week I'm speaking to Tammy Bjelland. Tammy is the Founder and CEO of Workplaceless, a training company helping remote professionals, and the organizations that lead them, learn to thrive.== Workplaceless Goplaceless remote readiness evaluation Tammy on Twitter Headlamp: The Joel Test for Remote Teams
= Remote Work Series #4 =This episode is part of a series on Remote Work. I'm talking to leaders of remote companies about the pros and cons of working remotely, the most common challenges that remote-first teams face and how to overcome them. Issues like communication, hiring, loneliness and isolation, figuring out timezones, et cetera.This week I'm speaking to Morgan Legge. Morgan is a remote work evangelist at Convert.com, a personalization and A/B testing tool for enterprises.==Resource suggestions from Morgan:[Read] Convert Blog with articles on our hiring process, remote work. Holacracy and conscious business[Video] GTD Productivity + Asana (and Holacracy)  (The details of how to use Placeholders in Multiple projects starts around 16:30)[Read] GTD + Holacracy + Asana at Springest[Video] Tactical & Governance Meetings: This operating process allows our (remote) meetings to focus on the work[Podcast] Interview with Convert CEO Dennis van der Heijden: Must-listen for any startup founder who is looking for a more human and honest approach to what can happen on your journey. 
Today I'm talking to Marie Prokopets, co-founder of FYI.= Remote Work Series #3 =This episode is part of a series on Remote Work. I'm talking to leaders of remote companies about the pros and cons of working remotely, the most common challenges that remote-first teams face and how to overcome them. Issues like communication, hiring, loneliness and isolation, figuring out timezones, et cetera.== 11 Best Practices for Working Remotely Marie on Twitter Hiten Shah on Twitter Project Headlamp Resources for Remote Teams
= Remote Work Series #2 =This episode is part of a series on Remote Work. I'm talking to leaders of remote companies about the pros and cons of working remotely, the most common challenges that remote-first teams face and how to overcome them. Issues like communication, hiring, loneliness and isolation, figuring out timezones, et cetera.==Today I'm talking to Josh Ho, the founder and CEO of Referral Rock, a referral marketing SaaS company for every type of business, not just e-commerce. Josh began bootstrapping the company as a side project in 2014 and has since grown Referral Rock to a remote-first team of 13 doing over $70k/mo in MRR. Josh on Twitter Referral Rock Project Headlamp
= Remote Work Series #1 =This episode is part of a series on Remote Work. I'm talking to leaders of remote companies about the pros and cons of working remotely, the most common challenges that remote-first teams face and how to overcome them. Issues like communication, hiring, loneliness and isolation, figuring out timezones, et cetera.==Schöneck is the COO and co-founder of 1 Second Everyday, a mobile app that lets you record one second every day and then edits those seconds together to create a single spell-binding movie of your life.They are a member of Indie VC’s v3 cohort and were recently selected by Apple as a Best of 2019 app. Schöneck on Twitter 1 Second Everyday 1SE's Employee Handbook 1SE's Employee Onboarding Manual
Ben is the co-founder of Tuple, a remote pair programming tool for developers. He is also the cohost of the Art of Product Podcast. Ben on Twitter Tuple Art of Product Podcast Price Intelligently on Price Sensitivity Van Westendorp's Price Sensitivity Meter Build Your Saas: SaaS pricing advice from Rob Walling and Patrick Campbell Should You Charge More? Ben Orenstein, Justin Jackson, and Jordan Gal on Pricing
Pliny is the co-founder of Endcrawl. Endcrawl is a SaaS that manages and renders end credits for movies and TV shows like Moonlight, Halloween, and The Big Sick. After bootstrapping the business for 7 years, they’ve recently raised a $450,000 seed round with investments from Earnest Capital, their own user base, and other aligned angel investors. @iampliny Endcrawl How we bootstrapped a side business for 7 years, then raised $450,000 with Earnest Capital How to negotiate the Long, Slow, SaaS Ramp of Death
April is the author of “Obviously Awesome: How to Nail Product Positioning so Customers Get it, Buy it, Love it.”  Obviously Awesome April on Twitter @patio11: "Write at the intersection of two hard and valuable things." Tyler King of Less Annoying CRM on Indie Hackers
Michele is the co-founder of Geocodio, a bootstrapped SaaS that offers hassle-free geocoding for thousands of customers including the Associated Press, Amazon, Expedia, and more. Michele on Twitter Geocodio Forces of Progress and Reducing Anxiety Rewired podcast on Forces of Progress Jobs to Be Done Interview Guide
Anne-Laure is a founder, writer, and speaker. She studies Neurosciece at King’s College London and also spends her time building products and writing about wellness, creativity, and culture at Ness Labs. Ness Labs Anne-Laure on Twitter The Joy of Missing Out (Ness Labs) Learning How to Learn on Coursera Fear of Failure (Ness Labs) Don't Just Go For It
Sofia is the founder of EnjoyHQ, a tool that helps teams keep all their research data in one place. She was previously Head of Growth at Geckoboard and a Techstars Mentor. Sofia on Twitter EnjoyHQ Van Westendorp's Price Sensitivity Meter Price Intelligently on Price Sensitivity Bundling & Unbundling
Ryan is Head of Product Strategy at Basecamp where he has designed features used by millions and invented processes used by their team to design, develop and ship the right things. He shares many of those processes in his new book, “Shape Up”. Shape Up Ryan Singer on Twitter @rjs Brian on Twitter @brhea Jobs to Be Done Examples
Rob is the author of The Mom Test: How to talk to customers & learn if your business is a good idea when everyone is lying to you. He and I talk about common mistakes people make when conducting customers interviews and how to avoid them. The Mom Test Rob on Twitter 4 Steps to the Epiphany by Steve Blank Startup Owner's Manual by Steve Blank Lean Customer Development by Cindy Alvarez Customer Interview Tips and Tricks
Jack is the designer, developer, and creator of Statamic. A Laravel-based CMS that makes creating and maintaining a website fun again. He also writes a fantastic newsletter for rebels and dreamers at jackmcdade.com Statamic Jack on Twitter Jack's personal site Dungeon Master Academy
Tyler is the founder and General Partner at Earnest Capital, where he makes seed-stage investments in bootstrappers, indie hackers, makers, and real businesses.He was previously the founder and developer of Storemapper, a Micro-SaaS he grew and eventually sold. Tyler at B2B Rocks Earnest Capital Tyler on Twitter The Momentum in Your Market Matters
Natalie and I discuss the balance between creativity and pragmatism in running a business, facilitating deep work, and the benefits of taking a walk over checking Slack. Natalie on Twitter Wildbit Natalie's thoughts on checking Twitter Deep Work by Cal Newport
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