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YEC Reads: Running Remote by Liam Martin

YEC Reads: Running Remote by Liam Martin

Welcome to "YEC Reads," a series presenting business books for entrepreneurs authored by members of YEC. Today's pick:

Running Remote

by Liam Martin

Harper Collins
August 16, 2022

Book trailer here


Our Take:

In Running Remote, YEC member Liam Martin suggests that it's the management philosophy that makes the difference in remote teams that work, not the tools you have or the systems you have in place.

About This Book:

With the unprecedented rise in remote work due to the pandemic, many businesses have struggled with how to effectively transition to a distributed format.

Meanwhile, companies who had always been remote-first had a unique advantage: a highly scalable set of work processes, a unique communication style, and the proper “async mindset” required to succeed without an office.

This groundbreaking guide shares lessons discovered by those trailblazing entrepreneurs and founders who have figured out how to harness the async mindset and grow their businesses remotely in the most seamless, freeing, and cost-effective ways.

About the Author:

YEC member Liam Martin is a serial entrepreneur and the co-founder and CEO of Time Doctor, 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.


Running Remote is a critical and much-needed guide to thriving in the new world of asynchronous work.”
— Cal Newport, NYT bestselling author, A World Without Email and Deep Work

“It's not returning to the office but rather Running Remote that will bring humanity back into the workplace. This practical, brilliant book explains how.”
— Kim Scott, NYT bestselling author of Radical Candor and Just Work

Running Remote will give you the practical tips you need to succeed in a world that has cast off the traditional office work environment.”
— Matthew Kepnes, NYT bestselling author of How to Travel the World on $50 a Day


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