As someone who has stayed in motels as well as five-star hotels, who eats questionable leftovers from the pan and has also dined at Michelin-rated restaurants, I believe that quality is contextual.
When I was first learning how to paint, I bought cheap paints. I still use inexpensive paint occasionally, but also understand the nuance of when to use high quality paints and how to maximize their performance.
This nuance is important, as if you’re just starting out at something, you probably don’t have the experience to know that there are much better things out there. But if it’s something that you’re going to be doing for a long time or even daily, it makes sense to invest in higher quality – you’ll get much more bang for your buck.
I’ve been hearing from a lot of leaders how working remotely sucks. Frankly, I think this is because not a lot of people have experience working completely remotely, and while the tech might be in place, they don’t understand the design element of how work has fundamentally changed from in-office.
Today’s the last day to take advantage of our massive discount on a new course that makes working from home fundamentally better, whether you use Zoom or Teams or Meet or whatever – it’s technology agnostic. If your working from home experience isn’t all that great, consider investing in the future of your team, as the pandemic isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, and at least partially remote teams will be the way of the future going forward.
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