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Being the only person who's remote can suck, yes, and keeping one or two people in sync with an otherwise co-located team can also be a challenge (and not necessarily worthwhile for an early-stage company).

I was more wondering why more founders don't see the value in building companies where the whole team is not necessarily distributed all the time, but has the flexibility to WFH or work from the road whenever they feel like it.

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