You Are Not Your Little Green Dot

Work shouldn’t be measured by how ‘active’ you are online

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I was video-chatting with a friend a few weeks ago while he was taking a short break from work.

Every couple of minutes I noticed he was fiddling with something on his desk. “What are you doing over there?” I asked.




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