Here at Dallas Sports Fanatic and our affiliate properties, we do all our DSF work from home and we have some tips and tricks on how to get that done.
- Create a comfortable space to work. Be sure your desk isn’t cluttered, the room where you are working is tidied up, and you have all the items you need to be successful in your job close by you.
- Put on real clothes. This doesn’t mean you have to dress up in a suit and tie, but it does mean you shouldn’t be in your pajamas. Looking the part during work from home helps to set your brain and psyche in the right place to work efficiently and precisely.
- Check in often and communicate. Communication is always key in maintaining a stellar job performance, but it is even more critical during work from home. If you are a manager then we sure you are communicating clearly with your team and setting the expectations. When you are doing projects as an employee, be sure to check in your boss and team periodically through the day to update them on work done.
- Take normal breaks. We have a tendency to believe that since we are working from home we have to be glued to our work “just in case” a big project or email comes to us. While you need to be communicative, you can still take your lunch breaks and do a little laundry throughout your breaks. Don’t feel guilty for being able to take your dog on a five minute walk or watching Netflix on your lunch break.
- Be sure to have some healthy snacks. Keeping your water and food intake up is great. However, sometimes at home we grab junk food and our waistline suffers. Be sure to have some healthy and easily accessible snacks in your workspace.
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.@Benbishop30 has some good news for all the parents out there!
The @DS_Foundation is offering FREE learning tools for students in the link below. 📚
— Dallas Stars (@DallasStars) April 1, 2020
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Hi @FCDallas family, a quick update on how we’re keeping the players engaged and focused.
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We appreciate every one of you and can’t wait to be back on the pitch playing for you. pic.twitter.com/PGvzGXJLOj
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DH/OF Shin-Soo Choo has agreed to donate $1,000 to approximately 200 Rangers' minor league players. pic.twitter.com/mKmewvuLa5
— Texas Rangers (@Rangers) April 1, 2020
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Dallas Wings have that work from home life down already.
That #WorkFromHome life. 💻
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