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Remote work

Like Axo's company remote values.

My preferred management style is to be fully async first (written communication, well defined tasks) with scheduled focus sync ups to make sure team is going in right direction.

Combined with real time meet ups in some novel places.

That said, I did have some amazing experience working in office. Just don't think it should be mandated. I once worked with CTO that when I had a problem, I could ask him for help and he would come and draw on the table itself with marker to explain some things. The marker pen is easily wiped off from the table later but that experience of closeness and that kind of experience by your side is magic to have.

It's also important to note I think that whilst remote work is great for getting known things done. Real time collaboration and interactions is how new ideas get created.

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