Thank you for raising the question in the Explorers Hub!
I doubt you can find the right answer without experiencing a remote lifestyle for yourself first. I remember having a strong belief that I was not fit for working outside the office by myself, but 3 years past and I'm comfortable working full-time from my home and achieving more goals than ever.
Honestly, it was very difficult to start and understand the self-management basics: first, it takes time to set up working space, schedule and flow within the team; second, you won't be able to succeed without strong motivation to improve your work and product.
Now, you can find the top 100 recommendations how to start and what to expect, but I'd sincerely recommend (especially for managers) to read the REWORK (or REMOTE) by 37signals – these books definitely helped me a lot.
Maybe, what you do not see often, but definitely face working remotely is that even communicating with the team and customers on a daily basis, you still get a feeling of loneliness and want some face to face interactions. Therefore, I'm a strong supporter of company gatherings and team building events, as well as attending professional meetups in your free time.
As for me, I like to have 80% remote time