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Breaking the Cycle of the Current State of Work - Less Invasive, Not More!

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Throughout the past two years, the concept of remote work has skyrocketed, and so did the need for tools that would make that possible. Between Zoom, Slack, Teams, Asana, Vimeo, and so many others, remote work has never been easier…and more invasive. 

Anyone can get a hold of you at the touch of a button, causing you to get pulled away from important tasks or projects and blurring the lines between work life and home life. All of these tools have trained us to be available anytime, anywhere and causes more distraction than productivity.

The concept of asynchronous communication sets out to interrupt the current state of work and focuses on putting mindfulness back into communication. Instead of constantly checking notifications, break the cycle by setting aside 5 minutes a day to focus on important messages that are coming across and thoughtfully responding to them - all on your own time.  

This medium sets out to eliminate the distractions of day-to-day work life while also putting the human element back into communication. Instead of sitting behind a screen and typing messages back and forth, you’re now able to visually connect with your team, even if you’re miles apart. 

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