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Remote Working

I’ve read a lot of remote work books, and most of them just aren’t great and here’s why:

  1. Generic advice: Some books offer tips that could work anywhere, even in a traditional office. Not helpful for remote teams!
  2. Fake it ’til you make it: Some authors haven’t actually worked remotely, and their advice just comes from random internet articles.
  3. Remote cheerleaders: Some books only paint a rosy picture of remote work, ignoring the challenges.

But fear not! I’ve found some good ones to share. I’ll also tell you about some books that might have good reviews but aren’t worth your time. Let’s dive into the best remote work books I’ve found.

Best Books on Remote Work (2024)

Remote: Office Not Required