Script & Style Show: Episode 3: Working Remotely

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On this week's episode: Todd and I talk about working remotely, transitioning to being a remotee, keeping on task, and avoiding (or embracing) the hermit lifestyle!

Next Episode: Q&A!

Todd and I would like to host a Q/A session where we answer your questions! Please tweet us your question and we'll answer them on the next show! Cheers!

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