Liam Martin believes we have corrupted “work from home” and turned it into “living at work”. He wants to correct those mistakes and help companies run remote the right way. Liam is a serial entrepreneur who runs Time Doctor and — one of the most popular time tracking and productivity software platforms in use by top brands today. He is also a co-organizer of the world’s largest remote work conference — Running Remote — and has a book out by the same name, helping business leaders put these practices in place in their organizations.

Mentioned in this Episode:

Time Codes:

(3:25) – Liam’s thesis for Remote Work.
(6:05) – Why do you believe remote work is a viable option and what are the rules for a good remote working environment?
(12:27) – Turning “working from home” into “living at work.”
(14:04) – How did you learn how to set boundaries for Remote Work?
(17:12) – Remote Work’s impact on the Great Resignation
(21:46) – What is the role of teams coming together in person?
(25:34) – What is different about management in an asynchronous organization vs. on-site?
(36:35) – The open-source aspect of asynchronous management.
(40:10) – What personality types would struggle with remote work?
(44:00) – How can we build relationships without being face to face with people?
(49:41) – How are you training your people?
(1:01:39) – Is there any struggle in the asynchronous model when a team member works with people outside the organization?
(1:10:58) – What is the purpose of business?
(1:14:14) – Where can people find and engage with you?