re: 10 things I've learned from working remotely VIEW POST

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re: I can't stress this more: "if you're not socializing outside of work (regardless of where you work), it's ultimately your own fault. Working remote...

Yeah, I honestly hate changing my personas. I am usually unapologetically myself during interviews (note this does not mean unapologetically cocky! hahaha), so that if I act like myself during work, nobody is confused.

But to your point, being proactive outside of work to socialize is very very important. I agree that working remotely just points it out and makes it more obvious how much you need it.

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