The work world is changing. With more and more companies working from home, teams need to be careful to avoid remote work burnout—something that’s easier said than done. Let’s take a look at how to navigate the wild west of the work world.
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Over the last year, we’ve received a lot of great feedback on how to make Traction Tools the best, most impactful tool possible for you and your team. And we’re thrilled to announce that, in the coming weeks, we’ll be unveiling one of our biggest software updates yet.
Working from home comes with a laundry list of benefits—and by implementing deliberate strategies to strengthen your remote company culture, it can get even better. From making the most of modern technology to planning in-person meetups, we've put together our team's top tips for boosting a sense of community no matter where you are.
In our third and final installment, Ramiro recounts how he first discovered Traction Tools, along with his insight on using it to foster a more efficient and effective organization. And it all starts with one, life-changing bike ride.
Last week, we heard Ramiro's entrepreneurial story—from setbacks to triumphs. This week, he tells us about his local EO Chapter, which has experienced inspirational success in Managua, Nicaragua. Learn more about Ramiro's cohorts, and how they've helped shape him into a stronger, more agile entrepreneur.
Ramiro Saborio Robelo risked it all for his business—and it paid off.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be diving into Ramiro’s journey, from trials and tribulations to inspirational success. Today, Ramiro shares how it all began. Check out part one of our three-part series now, including an interview from Ramiro himself!
Self-care doesn’t always have to mean meditation and long walks in the park. Most of the time, it just means taking small, measurable steps to boost your quality of life. And spoiler alert: you can practice it at work!