Working remotely doesn't mean you should never see your colleagues, or set foot in an office again. Don't let remote mean "lonely."
Focus and friendship are separate in remote work - and that's a good thing
Don't let fear of anything - disagreement, failure, being wrong - prevent you from moving forward on a project.
Brainstorming, collaborating, gut checks, and live feedback? So much better than memorized OKRs.
In remote work, it's not enough to quietly launch a product or publish a blog post. You have to ship loudly to get your work seen.
Even the most dedicated remote teams still need to put customers first.