How do you cope with this new reality?
Is teleworking giving you a hard time?
Can you stay productive while respecting your private life?
When everything seems out of place, and you struggle to adjust to a new reality, you need to get some things straight. My article on Forbes welcomes you to the teleworking era!
Read my article here :
Staying at home is all about protecting our physical and mental health. That’s the reason we are here for you with daily but also with a new Masterclass! “Interested in being a Life Coach? What you need to know first!” is scheduled for the 22nd February and it can really give a fresh perspective to what you thought you could do and share with other people. You can register for free here:
Zoom, GMeets, Skype, Webex: it’s been a challenging and partially unpredictable change, I know. Luckily, our business was least affected, as we have been functioning online many years now. But, for many people, this new reality turned the tables. So how can we cope with what teleworking brings to our professional, personal and social life?
It may seem chaotic, but I assure you, it isn’t. All you need is to activate the adjustment charisma given to you among your other survival instincts. As my Forbes article suggests, physical action, regular breaks, effective communication, and setting boundaries can make a huge difference.
So come in line with the new conditions, improve your performance but don’t forget that you need to get out of this strong in all aspects.
I am confident that you’ll do great!
Jill Douka, MBA, MCC
Master Certified Business and Leadership Coach by International Coaching Federation
Accredited by the International Coach Federation in the 4% of life coaches worldwide, International Bestselling Author of Create Love, How to Create Your Life and Suddenly Now, renowned public speaker, Global Academy of Coaching Director www.globalacademyofcoaching.com