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Monday, April 18, 2022

Six Predictive Points of #WFH

Six-star system. Castor is a multiple star system made up of six individual stars; there are three visual components, all of which are spectroscopic binaries.

1. The #HybridWork model is a trap.

It is more stressful and less productive to switch back and forth from working at home to working in a cube.  Why commute only to sit in on another Zoom meeting? Why support TWO sets of technology and if you're still paper-bound, why lug files and 3-rings back and forth between offices?

2. The #Unleashed can 'work' for more than one company.

Simple yet awesome hypothesis: In the morning I work for a company manufacturing company in Detroit after lunch, I'm producing analysis for a services company in San Bernardino, Ca.

3. #WFH is more productive than #DeathByCubicle.

Introductions, side conversations, tardy attendees, individual agendas, post-meeting conversations, etc. are time-consuming activities that do not contribute to deliverables.  "Punching in and punching" out does not exist in the #WFH environment.

4. #MiddleManagement is redundant and they know it.

Walk-around management style, micro-managing, managing adherence to the process versus the results is doomed.  #WFH is self-managed and reveals the futility of middle management. If there is nobody in an office, there is nobody to manage.  These levels are less useful in the #WFH world.

5. The #AntiWFH narrative is propaganda.

Working in an office is a monetary issue and the #WFH movement strikes the heart of revenue generation - both in sales and taxes.  Cities and corporations with large commercial property contracts NEED people back in the office.  Messaging, marketing, and ' back to work' mandates are part of the big anti-unleashed-worker movement.  Mayors harking, "'s time to come back to work..." and leaders espousing, "...get out of your pajamas, the pandemic is over..." as well as corporate-sponsored 'studies' are part of a rolling propaganda campaign worthy of a Pravda column.

6. #RemoteWorkers can save the Cities.

Cities like New York, Detroit, Portland, Atlanta, Boston, D.C., Chicago, and Milwaukee, can save themselves if they embrace, if not promote, the #WFH revolution.   Build environments conducive to living and working downtown - REMOTELY.  Include fast and free internet, safe and clean streets, parks, restaurants, no mask mandates, and affordable places to live.

Six little points of light regarding the current and future work from anywhere.

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