With the coronavirus spreading and employers telling employees work from home if possible, there are scores of people getting their first taste of working remotely. Depending on your experience and discipline levels, this could be a welcomed change or a complete culture shock. The amount of freedom your find yourself in can be similar the leaving high school — no one telling you what to do, where to go, etc — but don’t let that freedom cost you your job.
I’ve worked remotely for a decade so I thought I’d take this opportunity to provide some tips for working remotely!
Create an Enjoyable Working Environment
Some will see working remotely as “being stuck at home”, and if you’ve seen some of the amazing silicon valley offices, you might feel that way too. It’s incredibly important to create a fun work environment for yourself. Check out my office:
My office is the equivalent to a nerd’s man cave.