TRS 026: Why Remote Work is the Future of Business with Liam Martin

TRS 026: Why Remote Work is the Future of Business with Liam Martin

Today on the podcast I am joined by Liam Martin the founder and CEO of Time Doctor, one of the most popular time tracking apps for remote workers. Time Doctor has been remote-first from the very beginning and currently has over 100 employees. In this interview Liam and I discussed what being a “remote first” company means and why it’s so beneficial, how Time Doctor uses AI to help you become more productive and what they have learned about the nature of remote work from all the data they’ve collected. We also got to hear what a day as a Time Doctor employee is like and why Liam started one of the newest but fastest-growing conferences for remote workers – Running Remote.

What You’ll Learn

  • How having a terrible experience in graduate school turned Liam into an entrepreneur
  • How Liam got the idea of Time Doctor while running his remote tutoring business
  • Why being a “remote first” company means and why it’s so beneficial
  • Why remote businesses need to act like bigger businesses sooner
  • How does Time Doctor work and how does it solve time tracking for remote companies
  • How Time Doctor uses AI to help you become more productive
  • Why 10% of Time Doctor users don’t like it at first
  • What a work day for Time Doctor looks like based on the lessons learned from data
  • Why employees at Time Doctor don’t have work time requirements
  • Why statistics point to remote work as the biggest thing you can do to make your employees more productive and happier
  • Why introverts are predisposed to make the best remote workers
  • Why Liam started the Running Remote conference
  • How solopreneurs and freelancers can use Time Doctor

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