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We are going too fast, we must slow down.

A Lesson from 2020: We Must Slow Down

2020 taught us a lot this year, mainly that “slowing down” is not a luxury, but a requirement for our mental health and wellness. Our society can no longer operate at warp speed. There is too much at stake to ignore this challenge.

“Our love of speed has turned into an addiction.” We need to stop overreacting, being quick to anger, and slow to empathy if we want to help build a brighter tomorrow.

Giving yourself permission to go slow, to be more present, is no longer something we should do, it is something we MUST do.

The WiFi Blues

Getting your home network rig ready for prime time. What tech malady most terrified office workers over the years? In the 1990s it was the BSOD “blue screen of death” in Windows. In the 2000s it was the “spinning wheel of death.” Now it’s “Your internet connection is unstable.” Talk about stressors in the workplace. …

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The “New” Financial Implications of Working From Home

What remote workers need to consider, track, and plan. Be sure to join Matt for his free webinar on October 13th at 11am PT to talk through these considerations and more. You can register here. This is the first of a multi-part blog series on the financial implications of working from home.  We will dive …

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The 2020 RemoteReady Study: What We Learned and Where It Takes Us Next

Last week, in a Remotely webinar, we presented some key findings from the 2020 RemoteReady Study of attitudes towards remote work, what works and what doesn’t. We also presented the future lines of inquiry these results surfaced. At only six months into the Now of Work being #remotework, there is still a lot to dig …

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