Working from home has long been seen as “would love to, but it’s impossible” thing to have.
Then technology evolved and improved our work lives so much that today we not only are able to work from home but to work with people all around the world.
Workplace mentalities haven’t changed as fast as technology (unfortunately); some managers and employees think working for home is for the lazy.
It’s about the people, though, not the location.
A couple of years ago, Richard Branson wrote a disturbing (for some) article called, One day offices will be a thing of the past. I remember talking about the article with my co-workers. I agreed with him, but they were outraged, saying it wasn’t possible, they could not do something like that and so on.
Now, only two years later, I work from home with people I love—and, guess what: They happen to be across the ocean.
Working from home is the future
It maybe difficult now to imagine a world without offices. We are still very much used to going to a brick-and-mortar office.