For me, understanding how mentoring works - especially in a Remote setup - is an important first step to create lasting connexions and great help for make your own path. What do you think? Let me know over here!
"I don’t care what hours you work. I don’t care if you sleep late, or if you pick a child up from school in the afternoon. It’s all about your output." Matt Mullenweg - Automattic's CEO - discusses hiring when you have 300+ people working remotely
"Working from a holiday-like destination is becoming increasingly popular. A 2013 survey (...) showed that 82% of the 500 US employees surveyed connect to the office while on vacation." - I'm getting increasingly curious about discovering Ubud, does anyone else has itchy feet? :)