Hierarchy of Remote Work Needs


1. Physiological needs — Coffee (or any drinks)

2. Safety needs — Stable Wifi

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3. Love and belonging needs — Chat + texting

4. Esteem needs - Likes

5. Self-actualization needs — Putting phone on airplane mode

  • Pull-to-refresh apps (Facebook, Mail, Instagram, Twitter, etc)
  • Video streaming services (YouTube, Netflix, HBO, etc)
  • Even web browsers (Safari, Chrome, Firefox, etc), which provide on-demand access to pretty much all the information in the world.





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