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How Best to Work Remotely

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Adjusting to a new environment of working can be tough, especially when it’s from home! Working remotely can cause a change up in one’s daily routine and can be hard to get used to. As we are all getting through this crisis and working from home, having distractions, being in noisy environments, and not finding a set place to work is something we must work around. Therefore, here are some tips on how to work best remotely!

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Have a Comfortable Work Setting

Working in a comfortable work environment can motivate one to do their work more efficiently. Setting aside an office space or room where one can have their office space and make time to work can be less distracting to get things done. Moreover, having a quiet office or room to take virtual meetings is a good way to eliminate distractions and get your work done efficiently.

Have a Working Style

Whether you are working remotely or on-campus, having a work style that works for you can also improve productivity. Before finding a good working environment, figuring your working style that is beneficial for you can make working remotely easier. While many like to work in a quiet office place, others may like to work in a noisy environment! Furthermore, sticking by your daily routine of waking up in the morning and getting ready for work can also be a way to abide by your working style. Wearing your work clothes to go in for virtual meetings can increase the likelihood of adapting to working remotely.

Have Good Communication

With social distancing and not being to be working next to your employees, having good communication is essential. Being on the same page with your team members or colleagues and keeping each other posted on what new projects to work on is a good way to keep business running, especially during a pandemic. While some businesses can also be slow for some during this time, keeping tabs with your community and other employees is essential to having a successful business. Writer, Paul A. Argenti, shares more about Communicating Through the Coronavirus Crisis on Harvard Business Review.

Make Some Time For Yourself

As most of us are trying to adapt to working remotely during this pandemic, we must also remember to take care and make some time for ourselves. Maintaining a good balance between home and work can not only help reduce stress but it can also help create a better work environment and clear state of mind for working remotely. For example, having occasional coffee and snack breaks will make one less tired and burns out to complete their tasks. Giving yourself time to spend with family as well as give yourself time to relax goes in hand to work at your best remotely.