Working remotely gives us the flexibility to choose when and where we work. So, why is it that some remote professionals struggle with isolation and loneliness, while others don’t?
One thing that we all have in common is a desire to connect with others.
As Brené Brown, shares in her book Daring Greatly:
“Connection is why we’re here. We are hardwired to connect with others, it’s what gives purpose and meaning to our lives, and without it there is suffering.”
The difference is how we gain our energy and understanding your energy can help you reduce feelings of loneliness while working remotely. …
A nap can help you with low energy that you experience after lunch. Also known as the post-lunch slump, you may feel a bit tired or sluggish shortly after your afternoon meal. This naturally happens from a dip in your circadian rhythm which is your body’s master clock, and a change in your glucose (blood sugar) levels. Resting your mind and eyes for a short period may be just what you need to feel refreshed again so you can get through your day.
Some people view naps as something that a lazy or unproductive person does. What if I told you that top performers use naps as a tool to perform at a high level and get things done? …