The Remote Life: Navigating the Work From Home Culture

The Remote Life: Navigating the Work From Home Culture

By Greg Jensen, Sr. Director of Security

As somebody who has never lived in Silicon Valley, but always worked for east or west coast firms, I fall into one of those exclusive buckets of employees who have spent their career working from a home office. March ushered in a work from home model for many that is very new and challenging to deal with. With that, it’s a great time to brush up on some survival tips to adapt to this new style of business engagement.

Here are my top tips:

1. Defining your workspace—One of the first steps work from home employees struggle with is wondering where they work. Do they use a table in the garage, the kitchen table, or the sofa in the living room? The greatest advice I was ever given many years ago about working from home was not to mix your personal space and your work space. For those that have a study or office already, this is easier to accomplish. However, for most, an office is something they are rushing to create and the key here is to find creative ways to avoid personal activities, eating meals or socializing from this spot, as

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