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Truth: Work isn’t a place, it’s what you do

The truth about working anywhere I’ve learned several truths since I became an anywhere worker in 2007. If you’re considering the move or manage virtual workers, consider the following: Truth: Work isn’t a place you go, it’s a thing you do. Work is a state of mind and a collection of activities, not a location. It’s a difficult transition to make mentally and one that I thought I would have adjusted to a bit more easily. I was wrong. After years...

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Think.

Not many take time to really think much anymore. We are a society of fast reactors. We expect responses, answers, and decisions within minutes or faster. Instinct, intuition, gut-reactions all play a part. We are at risk of loosing a part of what makes us unique as human beings. We’ve lost our way. Distracted and mislead. So much to read, to watch, to hear. We collect and share information. Are we no smarter than a computer running a program? Pulling things...

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Are you stifling your team’s productivity?

You are an informed leader. You read the latest articles in Fast Company and Harvard Business Review and you stay up on the latest trends in creating a culture of productivity. There’s just one problem. They can’t all be right. Think about all of the trends in office design: private offices with windows; open office design; private work stations; collaborative spaces, unassigned work stations, glass walls, low walls, no walls, standing desks, bean bag chairs in conference rooms….the list goes on. All of...

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