Lock-down Musings

3rd April, 2020

If you are #workingfromhome for the first time or after a long time, it is natural to miss the office routine once in a while. It is normal to feel anxious about what is happening in the world outside. Use any of the collaboration software or video conferencing to get in touch with your colleagues. Not all meeting requests have to be about work, you can still meet people just to chat and share your misery 😀

#workremotely #workbetter #workfromhome #videoconferencing #21days #covid19 #coronavirus

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Corona in layman terms

Before you proceed reading and taking this document as a final word, be informed that I am not a medical professional and this document is not to be relied upon as a medical advice or any form of reliable source to prevent/cure or anything else that would help you from avoiding/treating the corona virus.

Now that we have the legal thing out of the way, you may continue reading…

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WFH! Four things that make it great and four things that make it a trap.

If you are one of the folks who has never had the opportunity to work from home and suddenly due to the Corona virus and local government policies and restrictions, your employer has been generous to allow you to work from home, then I would like you to welcome to the wonderful and treacherous world of work from home.

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Be like money

Here is some spiritual advice.
Be like money.
It does not matter to money who is possessing it or how they came to possess it.

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Interview Question #1

Interviewer: Would you like to be a big fish in a small pond or a small fish in a big ocean?

Me: Crocodile

Never let the incompetence of others dictate the choices you make.

A life lived well

At your funeral, gathered are your friends, relatives, current and ex-colleagues, your acquaintances and your mentees.

Their eyes are moist due to the realization that they cannot enjoy your company any more than what is left off of today, but just the thought of you, even in this mourning situation, manages to put a smile on their face.

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