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Rebooting 101: How this founder rolled up his sleeves and got down to work

Rebooting 101: How this founder rolled up his sleeves and got down to work
Rebooting 101: How this founder rolled up his sleeves and got down to work
SaffronStays founder Devendra Parulekar shares why he is glad to be back in the office.

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Staying positive helped Devendra Parulekar keep his spirits up.

For Devendra Parulekar, founder of SaffronStays, getting back to work “was just something else”. Parulekar says he missed the general work environment and his desk, and is glad to be back in his zone since July. “When you go to office, you get into a group, cut yourself from all the distractions at home — be it your kids knocking at your door, collecting an Amazon parcel or finishing some chores. It is a welcome change.”The best part for
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