Getting work done when ‘working from home’

Some businesses start out as a space in their owner’s homes, the garage or simply in the pre-existing study alongside their children’s homework table covered in crayons and pencil sharpenings. It is so easy to become easily distracted when the television is nearby, family members ask for a ride to the mall and when you can see the dishes piled up in the sink. My problem was also having my laptop and workspace a literal roll away from my bed. What can you do overcome that homespace work inertia? Tips for working from home: Always set deadlines- I’m sure many of you already do this. However, how many of you set your own deadlines and don’t meet them as you’re your boss, you’re a little bit more lenient on the time factor. Set deadlines with others. Book things in advance and have your work based on meeting the deadlines before

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Keeping the business engaged despite vacations and life getting in the way

Hello all! My apologies as its been quite awhile. The blog was the one thing, sadly, that had gotten sidetracked with myself and another colleague being away on holidays. On top of this, we had been working on a major project, where funnily enough in this day and age, did not require us to be online. For us, this last project was about going back to the pen and paper. We were there on site with measuring tapes and sketch boards. Working and talking to the clients face-to-face. Its great to still¬† connect to people like this and for some of your clients – you’ll know – it’s their preferred way. Nevertheless, being away on vacation added to the time away from our business friends and followers. In this international borderless world where everything happens 24-7, it is very hard to stay completely away from it all. We managed a

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