Commuteless is a show about working from home with less stress and more freedom so you can live life on your terms.
Why You Should Prioritize Sleep Even When You Can't Get Enough
Sleep is something we all need, and we know it... so why do we so often make it the lowest priority? Everyone has the same amount of hours in their day, but there is such a discrepancy in the amount of sleep we get. How do we manage our sleep if we often feel like we have so little time to dedicate to it in the first place? Let's talk about it.
Livestreaming, Travel, and Working From Home with Angel Marie
If you're a content creator, you might find yourself needing to record audio or video for your content, which has its own challenges, but what if you needed to livestream? What if you're whole job is based on streaming live events but you don't have a professional studio? And what if you need to travel? On today's show, we welcome Angel Marie, Creator Educator at ConvertKit, to talk about the processes she's developed to produce live events for thousands of people all while working from home.
Automation, Processes, and Working From Home with Sean McCabe
What do you think working from home will look like in 5 years? What about 15 years? The landscape could look comletely different, so why not get some insight from someone who has worked from home that long? On today's show we welcome our good friend Sean McCabe of seanwes to talk about automating processes, setting up systems, and developing a work environment over the better part of 15 years.
How to Conserve and Protect Your Time and Energy
It seems like everyone and everything is trying to get a piece of your time and attention. Notifications, emails, family, co-workers, deadlines, side-projects, and a hundred other things pull at you from all directions. How do you decide what can stay and what needs to give? In this episode we discuss how we manage our time and energy so that the most important things in life get the attention they need.
Why You Should Have a Plan for the Unexpected
Imagine you're sitting at home, minding your own business, getting your work done, when suddenly the power goes out. No electricity, no internet. For most people who are working from home, this means being unable to actually do any work, or at least any of the critical things. What if your computer stops working, or your primary tool of work breaks? Do you have a plan? What steps will you take if all of a sudden everything breaks down? Are you prepared to handle the unexpected? In today's episode we discuss how we're preparing for worst case scenarios and how you can prepare your own work environment for the unexpected.
Coffee Corner #2 - Adjusting Work Routines as Life Changes
Working from home is a mix of structure and chaos, routine and unknown. Life has changed for a lot of people this year, and our work environments seem to keep shifting as well. Every few episodes we pretend like we're not recording and just have a conversation like we're catching up at a coffee shop, and on today's show we talk about some of the ways we keep focused even when life is constantly changing around us.
Podcasting Done Right
This adds so much to my week working from home. It gets me in the grove to get stuff done the smart way, and gets me in the right state of mind.
Very excited to see where these guys take this show. This is going to help so many people. 💙
As someone who is new to the whole “work from home” situation, this podcast has been super helpful. The advice is practical and easy to implement.
Thank you for the tips
These tips Kyle and Cory share are so relevant to our world today with everyone being forced to suddenly work from home. Defining your space to work, communication with those in your home about what you need, and having fun at work are just a few tips they share and more!! What an incredible show!