The book largely is addressed to the worker who is preparing to undertake their work from unconventional workplaces, perhaps under flexible working arrangements they have agreed to with their employer. They may be a ‘digital nomad’, which is a type of worker who uses telecommunications technologies to earn a living and does not have an office in the conventional sense of the word. These workers can work remotely from foreign countries, coffee shops, public libraries, co-working spaces, or even vehicles. In many cases, their workplace will be their home.
Designers, journalists, advertising agents, real estate agents, IT specialists, artists and many other professionals can create a quality product or service while sitting in a comfortable chair in their home. You only need your employer's desire and agreement, and you can achieve a greater level of flexibility, while still being highly productive.
If you are a professional who works from home or unconventional locations, or if you employ or manage people who do so, this book is for you.