There are seven of us. All being quiet and sitting in front of our work. Writing.
I’m sitting at my laptop in my usual office. I’m the only one sitting in this office.
It’s late afternoon for me. For most of the others, it is early morning San Francisco time.
We are establishing bridges across continents. It’s all done in a virtual open space.
As more and more people work from remote, disconnected from co-workers and often also from face to face interactions with clients, solutions allowing people to keep a sense of being connected to others.
Doing the work is the hard part. The ability to do it together and see how it feels for others recreates a sense of value for the work over the result.
That’s important when all that is usually visible and recognized is the result.