Episode 080 – Michael Sacca – Building a Remote Staff Culture

Building a remote staff environment could put you at the top of your industry and help you get the edge on your competition. Working remotely is a growing trend in the tech industry and among many millennials and creative types. Don’t get left behind this fast growing trend if it fits your business needs! Learn about building a remote staff culture from business leader Michael Sacca. Michael and Tony discuss the benefits of a remote staff culture, working with high-quality freelancers, why self-care is important for leaders, and much more. Don’t miss out on this powerful episode of the Tony G Show!

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Remote Staff Culture

What if location and logistics weren’t an obstacle for your staff? Have you considered creating a remote staff culture? Working with a remote staff can provide its own unique set of challenges, but it could also be the game changing feature that you’ve been looking for. Working remotely frees up your staff to come and go at their own pace. It allows them to identify their own rhythms of workflow and creativity without being tied to an office. If you’d like to learn more about building a remote staff culture, make sure to catch this episode of the Tony G Show!

Make Great Work without the Hassle

Do you ever find yourself in need of extra hands on a short term or long term project? Wouldn’t it be nice to have access to a talent pool of experts and highly qualified freelancers? Look no further! With the help of Michael Sacca and his great team at Crew, you can hire a trusted creative freelancer. With their deep talent pool, you can get the help you need to create your app, website, logo, or brand with Crew – the perfect companion for your design or development project. Learn more about Michael Sacca and the services provided by Crew on this episode of the Tony G Show!

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Self-Care is KEY to success

What do you do to center yourself and prepare for the day or week ahead of you? Do you find yourself running hard and exhausting your mind and body? You need a plan in place so you don’t burn out! You are no good to your business or your family if you have a physical or mental breakdown. On this episode of the Tony G Show, you’ll hear from entrepreneur Michael Sacca. Michael has a lot going on in his life and with his businesses but he is doing his best to live into the truth that self-care is a major factor for success. If you’d like to hear more on this topic, listen to this episode!

You don’t need to know everything!

Getting started in business especially as an entrepreneur can be one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. But some many people get stuck before they even start. One of the main factors that can hold leaders back and keep them from getting started is a lack of knowledge. Here’s a little tip from business leader Michael Sacca – you don’t need to know everything! Free yourself from that negative narrative and limiting belief. You don’t need to be the expert in every room you walk into. To hear Michael expand on this truth further, make sure to catch this episode of the Tony G Show!

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OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE

  • [0:25] Tony’s introduction to his guest, Michael Sacca.
  • [1:30] Michael’s story, the cliff notes version.
  • [6:00] Michael’s relationship to music.
  • [8:30] New projects Michael is working on.
  • [12:30] Michael talks about his podcast.
  • [17:00] The move to Canada.
  • [19:30] Michael talks about working with a “Remote Culture.”
  • [23:30] How does Michael stay centered and focused?
  • [27:20] Parting insights from Michael.

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