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What is the burden of going from in-person to virtual?

If you have a few minutes, we'd love your help understanding what the burden of going from in-person to virtual has been on you.

In this COVID era, I bet a lot of you might be looking for an answer to this question. The truth is, we are, too.

So, in an effort to get to the bottom of this, we decided to allocate today’s Train Like A Champion post to a series of multiple choice poll questions to learn more about the burden you’re shouldering when moving from in-person to virtual training programs. If you have five minutes or so, we’d love your thoughts on the following questions.

In return, we’ll share the results in an upcoming post!

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Are there some questions I haven’t asked through these poll questions that could offer additional insights into the burden you’ve faced going from in-person to virtual? I’d love to hear about it in the comment section.

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