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These productivity courses are a must for remote workers

Learn to treat your home like an actual office while boosting your productivity with this seven-course training package.
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June 4, 2020
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Most of us are going to be working from home for the foreseeable future, which is not necessarily a bad thing. A close proximity to the fridge and the ability to stay in your PJs all day without judgement are just two of the ways that working from home can be a welcome change of pace, but in order to truly thrive in this new normal, you’re going to need a bit more structure.

The Remote Work & Productivity Bundle will teach you how to drastically improve your at-home work routine by developing better mindsets and strategies for success, and it’s available for over 95 percent off at just $30.

This seven-course bundle is a must-have resource for both those new to the remote work environment as well as seasoned veterans.

Through over 100 lessons, you’ll learn how to drastically improve your productivity and eliminate distractions through material that covers concentration tricks, developing plans that will keep you on track to hit your goals, create reasonable expectations that will keep you on schedule without burning out, and more.

There’s also extensive content that teaches you about the fundamentals of more in-depth brain science—including topics that have to do with reducing fear and stress and upping your focus on even the most mundane tasks.

Working from a laptop on your sofa for the next year or so just isn’t going to cut it. The Remote Work & Productivity Bundle will help you treat your home like an actual office so you can not only survive but also thrive in your new work environment, and it’s available for just $30—over 95 percent off its usual price today.

Prices are subject to change.

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