5. Remember That Your Work Is Important
While laughter is healthy, Porter and his team never forget that their work is important. “The people that we service in the work that we do is so far-reaching and so important we can’t let the outside things affect our daily,” he says. This is why when the coronavirus blues hit, keeping the importance of their work in mind helps Porter and his team get through the tough days.
While the world adapts to the new normal, remote collaboration is an opportunity to do meaningful professional work and spend more time with family and loved ones. Balance, creativity and technology allow us to work efficiently while staying safe.