Working from home is great… until the potsman rings the bell in the middle of a presentation. Since 2020 it has become a new normal way to work, but the truth is that it has been growing since many years. But how can we improve the experience of working remotely? How can we feel at home and still be productive? Here we will share a few tricks we learn ourselves in our journey.
For many modern professionals, working from home every once in a while is a luxury that our respective companies afford us. But which environment actually allows us to be more productive: the home office or the office office?
At the home office, however, I find that it’s easy for you to become your own worst enemy. Because when you’re not surrounded by coworkers, you’re free to drop those pesky inhibitions. At the home office, no one’s watching. You don’t necessarily feel that same peer pressure or communal obligation to get stuff done. (Also: You don’t have to wear pants.)