The coronavirus has forced millions of people to work remotely. When it was first announced, you likely experienced a rollercoaster of emotions. Among them was uncertainty over how you’d make the new office arrangement work for you. Then after a week (or maybe two), you figured it out. Dedicated workspace. Check. Tech equipment to communicate with colleagues and clients. Check. (Who knew green screens would become a high-demand item like toilet paper?) In-person meetings moved to Zoom. Check. Things were going pretty well—or, as good as they could be under the circumstances. Except for one not-so-minor detail. You lost […]
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