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March 23, 2020

Staying productive and positive while socially distant

Everyone is doing their part to “flatten the curve” by staying at home and remaining socially distant. This can take a toll on physical and emotional wellness, for both extroverts and introverts alike. Here are a few resources to help you stay positive and productive during this time.


Working from home? How to stay productive:

  • Establish a routine
  • Create structure
  • Move around!
  • Reduce stress
  • Stay connected

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/williamarruda/2020/03/18/how-to-stay-productive-if-youre-wfh-because-of-the-coronavirus/#6dbeeef05c59


Stay connected and collaborative:

Working remotely doesn’t have to mean working alone. Here are a few tools to help teams stay collaborative and connected:

 

Zoom Video Conferencing

Microsoft Teams

Slack

Google Hangouts


Extra time on your hands? Now is a great time for personal and professional development!

Binged about as much Netflix as you can handle? Instead use your free time to update your resume, improve your LinkedIn profile, or learn a new skill!

10 resume writing tips from Indeed.com

20 steps to a better LinkedIn profile in 2020

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What we’re listening to:

With the abundance of video and the increasing popularity of podcasts, there is a lot of excellent content to keep you informed and entertained. Here are a few ideas from what our team is listening to right now.

The surprising habits of original thinkers


HBR IdeaCast

Before Breakfast

Behind Your Back

Hire Smarter


Clear your mind:

Exercising your mind is just as important (if not more) than physical exercise during a time of social distancing. Meditation can be an excellent way to stay sharp, stay positive, and clear your head.

Free meditations from Headspace

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