Listen to Jen on the Something More Podcast on the Human Connection and Home Work Setup

Here are the key points from the interview with Chris Boyd at Something More:

Human Connection

It’s important to be seen and establish a human connection among your peers. Set up a webcam and try not to worry about your background.

Daily Schedule

Start a habit—whether it be drinking coffee, dressing up for work, or even a short work-out. It will help keep your nerves calm. And when you’re calm, it will resonate with your clients, which they will remember.

Technology: Group Chats

Create some collaboration tools or Group IMs with your team. These are for urgent needs that require immediate attention.

Tip: You can use a software like Microsoft Teams, Google Hangouts, Salesforce Chat, Slack, or Zoom Chat.

Technology: Online Management System

In case of disasters and emergency like Covid-19, it’s best to access all your important documents and management systems online.

Technology: Phone System

It’s very important to stay in touch with your clients. So, set up a forwarding system with your phone or in your email signature, with the information on how to reach you for urgent matters.


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