Which of us did not dream of working remotely? Not to waste time on the road, not to iron the
costumes, spend more time with the family - all these are advantages. However, remote work has
its own features and pitfalls, many people have missed. We will tell you about the basic rules of
working in self-insulation mode, which will help you work as efficiently as possible.
To work effectively from home, you need a comfortable environment. Unfortunately, few people
today can afford a separate office in an apartment, but you need at least some kind of resemblance
to office space.
If you are in self- isolation and need to work full-time at a remote location, do not sit on the sofa
with your laptop. You need a real home office, so you will have to temporarily "seal up" the family
and take one of the rooms or at least a corner for personal use. Equip this place with everything you need:
The self-isolation and the remote can relax you to a diminishing point. You do not have to run to
catch a bus, you don't have to worry that the car will get stuck in traffic. It is extremely tempting to
turn off the alarm clock and start the day when you can, especially since in the evening you do not
have to hurry home - you are there. Get away from these thoughts: if you knock down your work
schedule, you risk being in a situation of constant hurry, which will affect the quality of your work. At the same time, perhaps, and your psychological well-being, and relationships with loved ones, can suffer.
Work is not just about the tasks you do. Brainstorming together, discussing new projects and
results, even simple chitchat about yesterday's match or buying a bicycle for your child - all this has
been an important part of your daily life. During self-isolation and remote work, you cannot maintain
the same level of contact, but try to keep this side of your working life as much as possible:
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