I’m Sushi, the blogger at RemoteProductive.com.
In 2020, the coronavirus outbreak forced many people to go through some lifestyle changes. I started this blog to help those who are working from home to stay productive.
I’m no expert, but I can share some of the tips and tools that helped me stay focused and get things done while working remotely.
The topics I cover here in my blog may include:
- communication with your teammates
- building a habit
- apps and tools to stay organized
- earning side income online
- finding your clients
- promoting your services
- beating procrastination
- dealing with distractions at home
- maintaining good hygiene
Office spaces are not a requirement for productive output. I want to share best practices with you so that together we can stay productive wherever we are working from.
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More about me
I started my career as an independent music producer in California.
I produced a virtual choir comprised of 300 singers across 12 countries for a client project. Not only did I have the singers sing and record at their homes, but I even had the instrumental recording, audio engineering and video production done remotely. This was the start of my realization that even music creation involving 300+ musicians can be done in the comfort of home.
For a change, I began teaching English as a second language. I quit my teaching job when I was making enough from my online revenues. I grew my language learning YouTube channel to 70,000 subscribers and earned income through product sales and coaching.
My interests in online marketing and content creation led me to a corporate job in a global communications team where I coordinated content creation with the APAC branch offices.
And throughout all these years, I continued to supplement income from translation.
I’m a natural procrastinator and I’m far from perfect. But I hope that a few things I learned about productivity can help you too.
Thanks for the visit!