How do you guys deal with the feeling/insecurity that you're too slow, especially when working from home?

I never know if my progress is enough, or if the rest of my team thinks I'm watching Netflix half the time.

  • 2
    Do you know when the deadline is?
  • 7
    Are you watching Netflix half of the time?
  • 2
    @Creep Or well.. let me put it different. Do you think your colleagues don't?
  • 3
    Did your parents give you the feeling that you‘re never good enough as a kid?
  • 3
    Here is a practical advice. Write down on paper the tasks you do during your day. When or if your colleagues make accusations just grab and show them you are keeping a productivity journal. If there are actual things they need your to improve you could talk about that but this will eliminate empty accusations.

    Keep in mind, it perfectly fine to be less productive in this scenario.
  • 0
    Just think of yourself that you are working at your normal relax pace while you are previously working in unsustainable fast mode.
  • 2
    Actually, I am more productive from home and spend less time on work. I spend only the hours I need to spend on work and move on to something else e.g reading or just lying about. When working from an office, there is a need to always be productive when sometimes it's not even necessary. You end up stressed but life doesn't always have to be stressful. This is the new normal.
  • 4
    @b4dev I do this, write down the things to do for the day. Helps keep track of pending items and tells me of the things I was able to complete and should be happy with for finishing.
  • 0
    Not everyone is #productive just focus on working and ask help from your workers of possible , work from home doesnt mean your always productive, adjustments takes time , relax ,code and seek help if possible
Add Comment