How To Stay Productive While Working Remotely?


According to various pre-2020 surveys, remote workers are more productive and satisfied with their jobs than office employees. However, during the Covid-19 outbreak, not many feel this way.

The abrupt switch to online platforms and your children’s 24/7 presence at home—in addition to quarantine, global economic uncertainty, and health issues—can make remote working challenging for you and your family members.

We’ve prepared three golden rules and eight hacks for remote workers. Use them to stay efficient and at ease during the world’s largest work-from-home experiment.
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Nine tips to easily get back to work after a holiday break

“Ready, Set, Go” principle to start your productivity marathon.

The phrase “It’s the most wonderful time of the year” still rings in your ears, but your early alarm clock breaks up all the Christmas magic. Yes, the holidays are over, and it’s time to get back to work.

Although transitioning back to the working mode is never easy, there are a few ways to make it bearable and even enjoyable. In this post, we’ll take a look at how to transform your post-holiday blues into a boost of energy. These nine steps will serve as a foundation to help you become a productivity superhero in the new year.
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2020 summary

Hooray, 2020 is almost over!

It’s been a challenging year for all of humanity. It’s no surprise that many have been waiting for the year to go away. No doubt 2020 has shaken us up — changing how we work, communicate, and have fun.

Yet, this year has been truly revealing, giving us the possibility to see new alternatives. Some changes have turned out to be beneficial, while others have helped us better appreciate the things we took for granted.

We all hope to return to simple pre-2020 pleasures such as going to concerts or flying abroad for the weekend. However, it’s essential to acknowledge the precious lesson of 2020: the whole world can unpredictably change in a year, and we should be ready to change with it.

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Getting Organized with Nimbus Note

If you’re like me, taking digital notes can feel somewhat magical. That semi-infinite space in the cloud is there just waiting for you to fill it up with your notes, documents, PDFs, web clippings, photos, drawings, even tables — anything you can think of or toss at it, it’s there forever, accessible from anywhere. Before you know it, there are piles and piles of notes!

Apps like Nimbus make it a breeze to collect and store what’s most important to us, and a note-taking system can be a powerful productivity tool when used thoughtfully. But just like our bedroom closets in the physical realm can easily devolve into cluttered chaos despite our best intentions — good luck finding that sweater! — so can our notes in the digital realm over time.

Until the A.I. bots take over and solve all our organizational woes, a little up-front thought given to folder and/or tag structure can be beneficial to our future selves. This guide aims to give you a simple-but-effective path to digital zen, whether you’re just getting started with a sparkling-new Nimbus workspace, or you’re the owner of a venerable mountain of notes.

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Nimbus Suite solutions for the blended education

The coronavirus pandemic that began in March 2020 caused the largest disruption of the education system in history, affecting almost 1.6 billion students in more than 190 countries. The closure of schools and other educational institutions affected 94 percent of students worldwide and up to 99 percent in low- and lower-middle-income countries.

According to a policy brief by the United Nations (August 2020), school closures will not only have immediate economic consequences, but also long-lasting effects. Education accounts for a third of key dimensions in the Human Development Index. For the first time since its conception, the Human Development Index will likely show a striking drop (Figure 1).

Such disappointing forecasts required a quick response from educational institutions.

Figure 1. Human development is facing an unprecedented hit since the concept was introduced in 1990

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