In this TED video, Morra Aarons-Mele talks about work-from-home burnout. People have the misconception that introverts might love working from home because of their nature. The catch is, more meetings and video conferences are taking place to improve collaboration. Being on video calls is equivalent to being on stage always, and that causes social anxiety. To reduce work-from-home burnout, you must follow three rules. When you were physically at work, you need to commute, get a cup of coffee, or chat with a coworker in between meetings. Those refreshed your mind. Create constructive distractions like speaking with friends or listening to music in between to renew your energy. Want to learn what those two burnout reduction ways are? Watch now.