More time at the office
Remote work has changed an old adage
Last updated 1/29/2021 at 11:20am
The old adage is that no one ever said on their deathbeds that they wished they’d spent more time at the office.
Harold Kushner is the source. He was a rabbi and accomplished writer, so I theorize he was bent on achievement but also grounded by a need to connect. Reconciling the two is a challenge for someone pushing to be enough, and give more, in both professional and personal aspects of life.
But that adage has gained some brushstrokes in post-pandemic times. The new normal may be changing where the office even is. These days it’s more of a consciousness than a place. I share the str...