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Find Your Remote Inspiration: The Best Books for Remote Workers

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Chris Apostolou

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Working remotely can sometimes be a challenging and isolating experience, especially if you're new to the remote work lifestyle. But with the right tools and resources, you can thrive in your remote role and achieve success. One such resource is a good book.

Here are some of the best books to read if you're working remotely, to help you stay motivated, focused and inspired. 

Remote: Office Not Required” by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson

This book explores the benefits of remote work and how companies can build remote teams. It covers a range of topics, including communication, collaboration, and productivity, and provides practical advice on how to make remote work work for you. 

The Lean Startup” by Eric Reis

This book is a must-read for entrepreneurs and remote workers alike. It provides a step-by-step guide on how to build a successful startup, with a focus on innovation, experimentation, and customer feedback. The Lean Startup is a valuable resource for remote workers looking to launch their own business or take their career in a new direction. 

“Deep Work” by Cal Newport 

This book explored the concept of deep work, which is the ability to focus without distraction on a cognitively demanding task. It provides practical tips on how to increase your focus, productivity and creativity while working remotely. If you're struggling to stay focused and productive in your remote role, this book is for you. 

The 5am Club” by Robin Sharma 

This book is a practical guide to waking up early and taking control of your life. It provides tips on how to improve your focus, productivity, and creativity and how to achieve success in both your personal and professional lives. If you want to start your day with a bang, this book is the perfect resource. 

 “The Four Agreements” by Don Miguel Ruiz

There's a reason this book is a classic. It provides a simple, yet powerful, set of principles for living a more fulfilling life, personally and professionally. As a remote worker, it's important to have a clear sense of purpose and direction, and The Four Agreements can help you achieve this. 

In Conclusion...

Reading books is a great way to stay motivated, focused and inspired while working remotely. Whether you're a seasoned remote worker or just starting out, these books are a valuable source of inspiration to help you achieve success. So take some time to read and find your remote inspiration today! If you're still on the lookout for the perfect remote job, be sure to check out our available remote roles for all the latest opportunities. 

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