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Work From Home Challenge Recap

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And… that’s a wrap! Our 5-Day Work From Home Challenge is officially over and we can’t wait to give away the prizes!

Whether you’re new to working from home or a veteran, we hope that we were able to help you become more productive. The tips we shared during the challenge were all tried and tested by the Asian Efficiency team. The key is to be as consistent as possible. You will have bumps along the way, and that’s ok. Just try your best to implement as many of them as you can, when you can.

Here’s a recap of the challenge:

Even when (or if!) you end up going back to the office someday, we truly believe that the ability to be flexible and work from home will be a competitive advantage in the coming changes to the economy.

Here’s how to join the contest

Easy. Send us an email at [email protected] and let us know how this challenge helped you be more productive working from home. Make sure that the subject of your email says “Work From Home Challenge”.

Here’s a list of the prizes that we will be giving away:

  • First Prize – Bose QC35 II Noise Canceling Headphones ($350 value)
  • Second Prize – Apple AirPods Pro ($250 value)
  • Third Prize – Copy of The 12 Week Year by Brian P. Moran and Michael Lennington

The deadline is on Sunday, May 3 at [11:59] PM Pacific Time. We will announce the winners via our blog on Tuesday, May 12. Make sure you check your email regularly to check if you are one of our lucky winners.

But wait, there’s more!

Register here to join our FREE training on how to be productive working from home. The training will include apps, tools, and routines that you can use. Space is limited so make sure you register today before it’s full.

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12 Comments

Posted by Harriett  | May 3, 2020 at 6:38PM | Reply

So who won the items in the challenge?

Posted by Lee Chambers  | May 2, 2020 at 10:36AM | Reply

Well that was an interesting experiment indeed. Just shows what breakthroughs you can make when you get outside of you comfort zone.

I’ve been documenting the insights from the challenge on my Psychology page, it’s well worth spreading the messaging and having an impact on even more people during these challenging times!

Posted by Warren  | April 25, 2020 at 3:52PM | Reply

Really enjoyed talking with others and running through the challenges. It was also great to confirm I have already implemented many of these challenges but there is always more to learn!!!

Thanks Asian Efficiency!!

Posted by Karthik Vadambacheri Manian  | April 25, 2020 at 1:32PM | Reply

Thanks, Asian Efficiency for these nice tips. They are very helpful. I was already implementing couple of things in this challenge but learned the remaining ones. I am very hopeful that these will improve my productivity. It was nice to see a lot many people are in the same boat as me and nice to see their comments and tips.

Posted by Zaf  | April 25, 2020 at 12:35PM | Reply

Thanks a lot

Posted by Dana Carrier  | April 25, 2020 at 12:13PM | Reply

I really enjoyed and benefited from the challenge. And it was really neat know that there were so many others out there doing it too. Hey, y’all.

Posted by Deanne  | April 25, 2020 at 12:08PM | Reply

Thanks for this challenge! Really enjoyed it.

Posted by Paula Sandlin  | April 25, 2020 at 12:04PM | Reply

Made my week so much more productive.
Thanks for the great content. I am addicted to your website….in a good way

Posted by Bryan Thompson  | April 25, 2020 at 10:33AM | Reply

Thanks team for the content and fun of the last few days! 😃

Posted by Eric B  | April 25, 2020 at 8:40AM | Reply

Great job – it was very helpful!

Posted by Paul  | April 25, 2020 at 7:57AM | Reply

I love your challenges: they break down learning and implementation in a really convenient way that helps things stick.

(I suggested a while back to one of our departments that we should do this as a best practice when we onboard new starters: don’t hit them with a tsunami of info and expect them to absorb it and run full speed – drip feed it with daily tasks. Hope they can implement it, I’m a firm believer in the method.)

Posted by Audrey Witko  | April 25, 2020 at 7:52AM | Reply

It was great to confirm that I had already integrated most of your work from home survival skills, and that I need to implement the Work-Life balance boundaries more so in my work life! I appreciated everyone’s comments and suggestions each day! Blessings in Absolute Abundance! 🥰

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