Home office

5 Tips for Staying Visible When You Work Remotely

Out of sight, out of mind? According to Fortune, “Nearly 80% of American workers fear remote workers will be laid off first if a recession leads to layoffs.” All remote workers are not created equal. Just like their in-office counterparts, remote workers who build relationships, drive results, and continuously add value to their organizations.

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Is Hybrid Work Actually…Working? Here’s What the Data Says.

Did you put on real pants, fight traffic, and eat a suboptimal lunch today just to sit in your corporate office…on a zoom call? You’re not the only one. We know there can be huge benefits to in-person collaboration and relationship building. We also recognize (well, most of us).

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Taking Control of Your Destiny: How to Lead Yourself (Even in Chaos)

If the last two years have shown us anything, it’s that the only thing we can control is our own behavior. The pace of change continues to be unrelenting and fueled by the great resignation, most people have more on their plate than ever before, either via a new.

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How to Make Your Home Office Feel Less Blah: 4 Tips for Creating an Inspiring Space

My home office is a small study directly off of my bedroom. When I traveled a lot, I used to love coming home to my cozy, intimate office. It was set up exactly the way I like it, beautiful desk, great view, even scented candles. But after 15 plus.

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How to Navigate the Blurry Years of Work and Life

  The lines between work and home may be blurred, but make no mistake, the skills and mindset required in each venue remain distinctly different.   I’ve worked for myself, out of my home office, for 18 years. The cram it all in simultaneously lifestyle was an anomaly back.

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Why Working At Home Isn’t The Problem Or The Solution

People often ask me how I can work from home. They say, “I’d be so distracted. I would have a hard time not watching TV or doing the laundry.”   All I can say is, you must not like your job. I have the opposite problem. I work until.

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