Being able to communicate clearly and directly in writing is a key remote work skill.


Remote teams look for people that they can trust to get their work done without needing to be supervised all the time.


This style of work calls for a high degree of discipline to ensure you get your work completed on a reasonable schedule.


If you do choose to make the leap to full-time remote work, just remember to give yourself grace and self-compassion during the transition period. It may take a few weeks of adjustment, and you should be prepared to experiment and go through some trial and error to get into a routine that works well for you.


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