If Communication is Oxygen, and Prompt hacking is essentially communication, then… 1: Communication is Oxygen At Automattic, we like to say that communication is the oxygen of a distributed company. Why is that exactly? For remote work to work, you have to provide sufficient context so your coworkers are on the same page. They cannotContinue reading “Prompt hacking is Oxygen”
Artur gets interviewed about his time management as Team Lead.
In the 80th issue of my newsletter I share great Career advice gathered from around the web.
One does not know real work until one tries to perform it with a toddler.
Why not try to travel while we’re at it?
These are my best tips for parenting workation.
Over the last year, we have spent 4+ months in our RV, with a growing toddler and a confused dog. We worked, visited amazing places, swam in cold lakes, ate way too much pizza & gelato, and had quite a good time. These are some of the places we visited.
There is plenty of traps and hidden dangers in life. But sometimes, people are so hell-bent on making an obvious blunder and shooting themselves in the foot that it’s tough to explain rationally because it is not.
People need relationships and trust to work effectively. This face-to-face time pays dividends for the entire year. Plus, it’s a ton of fun.
You’ve come to the right place. With remote work, there are more possibilities than requirements. You want a flexible schedule to spend more time with your son? Check ✅. Want to sit in a Canadian National Park because you love nature? Check ✅. Yoga class in the middle of the day? Check ✅. But gettingContinue reading “How do I get hired for a remote job?”
Piszek family is on the road and exploring how nomads are able to do anything while traveling. The answer may surprise you. Or not, this is not a clickbait.
World is a complex and messy place. But chopping it up into small pieces and separate sciences is not the answer. Read more about Monism and the perils of early retirement in 55th issue of my newsletter. Also, concrete.