Work from home is becoming more and more common and many people have become used to its dynamics. With the new coronavirus promoting remote work, issues of work productivity at home still come to the fore. After all, how can you be more productive in remote working mode? Come and find out!Remote work consists of working from home. This is the way many people work these days and it is also the millennial generation's favorite method of working.This type of work allows, as a rule, greater flexibility of schedules, dispenses with the use of uniforms (you can even do it in pajamas!) and allows you to comfortably work on the sofa.The comfort offered by home office work, however, forces one to have some discipline, at the risk of ending up postponing the activity and delaying all the work one should do, leaving deadlines unfulfilled.Those who work in this regime full-time, like digital e-commerce entrepreneurs, know that - along with thinking about competition issues, defining the or form of promotion online and on social networks - creating strategies to keep activity fluid and motivation high are fundamental.These entrepreneurs live, on a daily basis, with the need to remain productive, regardless of circumstances, and are therefore a good example of how you can remain productive if your company adopts quarantine and recommends, before the Covid-19, that you stay working in the comfort of your home, where you are protected.Come discover, with the strategies of these professionals online, the best tips to be more productive in a remote working regime.
1.Don't stay in your pajamasAs mentioned above, when working from home, there is a tendency to relax and for many people this means keeping their pyjamas or clothes more comfortable, to bring home.In terms of productivity, this could be a mistake.
Being in pajamas tells our mind, even in its subconscious part, that it is in a resting environment. That is, although you go to work, your mind is focused on the bed.If you're going to work from home, it's recommended that you dress for work. This does not mean, of course, that you need to wear your suit and tie. But the act of dressing like you're going out on the street can be very useful to awaken the mind and make the day more productive.Moreover, this is one of the recommendations that psychologists usually give to those who stay at home in situations of sickness, such as the one that now motivates this quarantine.
The simple act of dressing can soften the feeling of cloistering and prevent you from feeling depressed.