Life lesson #221 from Jason Fried and Daniel Heinemeier Hansson, Remote
With remote work comes a lot of freedom. You can explore the world as long as you—for many jobs—have a laptop and an internet connection. Something that most people dream of, instead of staying at their current miserable place, where nothing exciting is going on.
But there’s only so much time you can spend lying on the beach before that gets boring too. Most people want to work, as long as it’s stimulating and fulfilling, which remote possibilities certainly can help with.
And if you’re stuck at a place that has no prospects of being either, you don’t need a remote position—you need a new job.
— Jason Fried and Daniel Heinemeier Hansson, Remote