Working remotely has a lot of perks. No one can deny that. The most important one, of course, is that you have a firmer sense of control than you do with a traditional job. Whether you choose to travel or stay at home, you’re much more likely to have a flexible schedule and do more of the things that you want to do. The improved work-life balance is linked to higher levels of productivity.
Daily I scour the web for stories of innovation, creativity, and change and how this all affects everyday people and their communities. I fell upon this article from a very creative innovator named Jeff Woolf who recently began raising funds for his startup the Morpher Helmet for bicyclists. His appeal and honesty as well as being an innovator really intrigued me. After reading his story and appeal I promised to share his "appeal".
I recently happened upon an interview with Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom and his personal and professional challenges that each and every entrepreneur can identify with regardless of product.
I recently traveled, yes us video conferencing people do use the airplane more than most in order to preach our gospel, to Boston and Southern New England where I visited several coworking spaces, tech and bioscience incubators and a makerspace location.