Business

Social Studies

The guys talk social media (from which they are socially remote)! In this episode, we define social media and provide some helpful stats. Matt, David, and Steven then share their own personal experiences with social media, their observations of the various platforms, and how social media has affected them. They then dive into the question…

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Work from Home

I’ve been a “remote employee” working from home for most of the past 20 years. It’s takes a little discipline and conscientiously applying good work habits to maintain. Here are some things that work for me and I hope will help you. FIRST, BEHAVE IN THE SAME MANNER YOU WOULD IF YOU WERE IN THE…

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Quarantine Cont.

More thoughts on the COVIDs and quarantine. Come join The Socially Remote! In the second episode of The Socially Remote, the guys continue their consideration of the Gospel Coalition’s article “8 Things the Coronavirus Should Teach Us” by Mark Oden. You can read the long-form summary of this episode on our website, TheSociallyRemote.com. Legal Disclaimer:…

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Hello and Quarantine

The hosts introduce themselves and talk COVID-19. Come join The Socially Remote! In the inaugural episode of The Socially Remote, hosts Matt (lawyer), David (pastor), and Steven (generalist) introduce themselves. You learn a bit about their families, careers, likes, and interests. Next they move into describing how each episode of the podcast will be structured…

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The Socially Remote Trailer

Does it ever seem like the longer you adult, the less social you become? The responsibilities of being a spouse, a parent, and an employee often leave us with little time for meaningful interaction outside our home and office, and as a result, many of us aren’t even remotely social. We try to fill the…

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Feeling Helpless in the Time of COVID

“How Are You Feeling?” my wife asked me while standing in the kitchen. It took me a minute to pinpoint exactly how I was feeling. Small. Overwhelmed. Apathetic. And then it hit me . . . Helpless.

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