THE EDOC BLOG
Insights on greater productivity, leadership & collaboration from the Edoc team
Part Two: The Foundation For How to Build Culture With a Remote Team
In part one of this series, I talked about how the foundation for any healthy (remote) team is culture—which is really rooted in your purpose and values. After all, your company needs live by its purpose. That purpose has to be for an existence bigger than just work itself. In this blog post, we continue … Continue reading Part Two: The Foundation For How to Build Culture With a Remote Team
Part One: The Foundation For How to Build Culture With a Remote Team
When I tell someone how I work remotely, they usually get very interested and deeply curious about the idea of remote work. After asking a few more questions, a lot of the time, I hear peers say how much they’d love to work remotely, too. “Wow, I wish I could work from home!” “You are … Continue reading Part One: The Foundation For How to Build Culture With a Remote Team
Are You Chained to Your Work? And Other Thought-Provoking Questions the Small Giants Summit Left Me Asking
Thought provoking questions raised by Jason Fried at the Small Giants Summit.
To My Fellow Late Bloomers: It’s an Oyster World!
Steve Forbes wrote a commentary in the April 2019 Forbes Magazine promoting the book, “Late Bloomers” by (Forbes Publisher and late bloomer) author, Rich Karlgaard. As a Late Bloomer myself (I graduated from college at 29 and started my company at age 50), the subject looked intriguing. The book motivated me to offer it to … Continue reading To My Fellow Late Bloomers: It’s an Oyster World!
Does Work Have to Be…Crazy? Lessons From Jason Fried from the 2019 Small Giants Summit
Why it doesn’t need to be crazy at work.
How to Combat Feeling Lonely as a Remote Worker
Make sure you don’t feel lonely as a remote worker.
Knowing When to Hold and When to Fold
The March/April edition of Inc. Magazine has an article about John Zimmer, Co-Founder and President of Lyft. In this article, John talked about a key investor who advised them to shut down early in the launch, when it appeared that Uber was growing too rapidly to catch. A similar scenario hit Edoc during our early … Continue reading Knowing When to Hold and When to Fold
We’re Hiring a PHP Developer
Developer/Software Engineer Role We have an exciting opportunity for a self-motivated, proactive, experienced developer to work on projects for Edoc Service, Inc. About Edoc Service, Inc. Edoc Service—a total remote company—offers tools to help other companies find greater productivity and collaboration. Our two largest divisions are Scriptus (transcription) and eSign (digital signatures). Our purpose: Edoc … Continue reading We’re Hiring a PHP Developer
When Tech Fails
Lessons I learned from a recent tech failure.
Edoc’s 2018 Year in Review
We’ve had a busy, exciting 2018. Here’s 5 things we’re celebrating as we look back at the last year… and as we plan for the future! 1. We’re pushing to innovate with our Scriptus division This year we prioritized innovating and finding efficiencies for our transcription technology – called Scriptus. Not only that, but we … Continue reading Edoc’s 2018 Year in Review