How to master work from home
From finding a spot with the best Internet connectivity to keeping the dog from barking during a video call, here are some tips to make remote working more productive from those who have suddenly found themselves logging in from the spare room
Delhi-based entrepreneur and investor Anisha Singh’s day usually starts at 5:30am. After a meditation session, she wakes up her two daughters, gets them ready for school, hits the home gym, and leaves for work by 9:15am. Now that she’s been working from home for the past few weeks and schools are shut because of the Covid-19 crisis, part of her routine has changed. At 9am, she races to the spare room that now doubles as an office, hoping to beat her husband to grab the space.