How flexible work can help you hold on to your sanity

When you’re a salesman, you have to go places. Talk to people. Move about. When you’re a father, you’re needed at home. Watching the kids grow, teaching them how to be a person and and all that. The two lifestyles are at odds.

And yet, that’s exactly the life our co-founder Mark lives. All day he’s pulled all kinds of ways - to client meetings, to day-care drop off, to the office, out of town to pitch to a potential new client, back home to put the kids to bed. It’s enough to send a man mad.

But he’s not mad. He’s doing alright actually. So, I had to ask, “How do you do it?”

He replied, “Flexibility.”

The thing about Yarno, is that it’s completely output based. It doesn’t matter where or when you do your work, as long as you do it. Mark’s hours are his own. He’ll leave work to get home in time to bath and put the kids to bed. Then he might whip out the laptop and catch up on whatever he still needs to do, before he catches his own z’s.

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