Rolling Remote With Eugene Granovsky

Eugene leads a small software team at bellaWatt, a company that builds usable software for the energy industry. From design to development to project management, the team is involved every step of the way and utilizes their energy expertise to make sure the resulting product is top-notch.

As a six year veteran of remote work, Eugene shares the pros and cons he’s faced and shares a picture of his enviable home office standing desk.

Quick-fire profile

How many years have you worked remotely? 6 years

Where are you based? Chicago, New York, Medellin

Where do you spend most of your remote work hours? In my home office

Are you most productive in the morning or at night? Early bird

Coffee or tea? Coffee

Eugene’s home office setup and decor

What type of desk do you use?

I use the Jarvis Powdercoated Standing Desk

What type of chair do you use while at work?

I stand all day for work; no chair required

What features do you like most about your work space?

I make my own coffee … with no one to rush me.

Remote work pros and cons: Eugene’s take

What are the biggest pros and cons of remote work for you?

Pros: schedule flexibility, more focus

Cons: struggles with clear communication

A look at what Eugene does | Submitted by Remoter Staff via bellaWatt

Working from home tips and tricks

What software technologies do you use on a regular basis?

Twist, a communication organizer and hub for remote workers

What habit allows you to be more productive during the day?

Plenty of sleep and regular gym sessions

What are the 3 items you can’t live without while working remotely? (If you have a brand you love, please name them!)

  1. Bose QuietComfort Wireless Headphones
  2. Bluetooth keyboard
  3. Roost laptop stand

Answers have been lightly edited and links were added.

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