Order In is a paid community for remote workers that bonds human connection with structured workdays to help you do more in less time. They are not currently not accepting new members, but you can stay updated with the latest community news to discover future application deadlines.
The community follows a structured work-day model powered by behavioral science. Every day at 9 AM and 1 PM, members meet for their daily inspiration sessions. These meetings are quick 15-minute sessions with the purpose of seeing familiar faces and setting/updating your goals for the day. It's a powerful component of accountability that will help you to accomplish your goals.
Additionally, on Mondays and Wednesdays at 1.30 PM, and on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4.30 PM, members meet for their daily deep work sprint. These are deep-focus sessions where you will be guided to do more work in less time, with the support of the community and useful techniques that will serve you a lifetime. (All times are in EST).
All this structured workweek is set up like this for a reason. It avoids scattering and losing focus, doing only productive work that actually matters. This is the reason why members at Order In work four days a week instead of five. Fridays are off days, allowing for a better work-life balance. Additionally, this structure integrates constant human connection, making remote work less isolating and more fun.
Membership costs $6 per month. To test if the community it's the right choice for you, you will enjoy a 5-day free trial of the membership.
Besides daily meetings, community members also interact on a Slack group. Inside, members make friends and connect with like-minded people with similar interests. Additionally, they have a dedicated channel where members share resources they have found helpful in their remote working journeys.
Order In regularly hosts virtual learning events such as workshops and webinars. Most events are public and free, so you can register whether you are a community member or not.
JJ Caffey, Austin Geter, and Megan Kyne
Get the human connection most remote workers are craving:
Order In community is heavily focused on human connection. Their entire model is designed to help you get that valuable connection we need as humans to thrive, but most remote workers don't have. To work from home doesn't have to be lonely!
Structured workdays, powered by behavioral science:
From Monday through Thursday, members of Order In have productive meetings. The daily inspiration sessions and the deep work sprints are the structure you need to power through workdays and make the most out of them.
Make more in less time:
Fridays are off for Order In members! By working hard Monday through Thursday, they manage to get all done before Friday. By doing better work in less time, you will learn how to better structure your time to get more time for just living.
Before you commit to the community, you can enjoy a free 5-day trial to see if joining will be a good fit for you.
Order In members follow a structure every workday, that blends deep focus work with the human connection most remote workers crave. Members meet every day, from Monday through Thursday (Fridays are off days for the community!).
Every day at 9 AM and 1 PM (all times are in EST), members meet for their daily motivation session. These are quick 15-minute meetings with the purpose to see familiar faces and setting/updating your goals for the day, which helps with accountability.
Monday and Wednesday at 1.30 PM, and Tuesday and Thursday at 4.30 PM, members meet for their daily deep work sprint. These sessions are designed to help you get more work done in less time, with the support of the community.
The community regularly hosts learning events such as workshops and webinars. Most events are public and free, and you can register whether you are a member of Order In or not. If you are part of the community Slack group, you will be notified every time a new event is added!
Members of Order In interact daily on a private Slack group. This is the way members connect with the community, making friends and meeting people with similar interests.
Order In has built its own content library inside a channel of their Slack group. Inside the resources channel, members share what content, software, tools, and multimedia assets have been useful to help them navigate their remote working journeys.
"More and more of us are feeling isolated and burned out. @JJCaffey is working to alleviate these problems by revolutionizing American work culture! @OrderInClub" -George Grombacher