One thing I have noticed is the impact of working remotely on myself due to the sense of less connectivity with my team.
We are talking, zooming (yes, this is now a word), emailing, & texting.
Yet, it’s not the same.
There’s a new phenomenon happening;
Remote work burnout.
I don’t think I am feeling that – but there are elements of this I feel when my tank isn’t quite as full as it was when I was in the office with my team.
This week, I am enclosing some thoughts to help you think differently & help fill your “tank”
Along the road with you!
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