Jun 25, 2022
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When I first started working remotely, so many people told me: "Oh, Photo Retouching I couldn't do that. I'll never get the job done. . " Then, as remote life became my new life, I faced the first challenge. Every time I was asked, "So what about remote life?", "How about working remotely?", I usually started to say it was rewarding. In most cases, before continuing why I 'm having difficulty , almost immediately make the following comment, as if the office worker was conditioned to dismiss the "problem" of the remote worker: I will receive it. "Yes, I'm sure it's difficult to get things done Photo Retouching with all the distractions. " ( Uh, isn't it?) "I think it's very difficult. I also want to work at PJ all day long." (Seriously?) "It must be really ( always exaggerated ) good ..." (This is always followed by Photo Retouching what people like, such as watching TV at work, sleeping, working whenever they want, and taking breaks as much as they want). advertisement Continue reading below Hmmm. what? I used to be a little offended. Now you can quickly recover from these remarks and laughter. We know that working remotely is actually difficult, but that's not the reason most people expect. From my personal experience, the reason people find working from home "difficult" is that, from their point of view, the lack of Photo Retouching "boundaries" is distracting. Therefore, less work is done from lack of concentration and investment. In fact, what makes it so easy for me to always work is that there are no boundaries at all. In this way, I work harder and forget that I am living my daily life. What does working from home really Photo Retouching look like ... for me I have time, so I'm working on the project longer than necessary. Hey, no one is going to tell me to quit my job and go home . Take on more work for no reason. Who else knows you are actually working if you don't keep stacking it up? advertisement Continue reading below Not to mention weekend work, the first email in the morning, and "check-in" after hours, I work countless times more than 40 hours.