Chris Wiegman

The power to fix productivity

If there is anything remote work should enable it’s the ability to work wherever you work best. This isn’t always true.

I’ve been remote for a decade now and I’ve gone through spurts where I am very productive and spurts where I can’t find the energy to write so much as an email. While this is better than in the office where I could never be productive it is still not ideal.

Why is it a problem? I think it is because I don’t have the freedom to move around where I would like. It’s a problem I need to experiment with in the future.

I wouldn’t go back to an office ever. I could literally never get anything done at any of the offices I worked in and was only productive when I could take a laptop elsewhere, away from the office. That said, it still isn’t perfect. At least now I have the power to fix that.