3 Tips for At Home Business Owners | 1800 Accountant
The conveniences of the modern age give business owners the option to run their operation from just about anywhere in the world. Those who choose to have a home office need to learn to manage their daily schedules in a manner that will keep productivity at a maximum, even from the comforts of home.
Creating a Productive Working Space
Waking up and pulling your lap top into bed with you is not the recipe for a productive work day. Creating a space in your home that can function as your office will allow you to transition into work mode and allow you to focus without the distractions of the television, your dirty laundry basket, and other domestic tasks that may call your name.
Commit to a Daily Schedule
For your own mental health, you need to make sure that your work hours do not perpetually run over into your personal time. By setting specific daily work hours, your associates will know which times they can contact you via phone or email. Once your work hours are over for the day, it might be tempting to continue to work, but putting down your laptop until the next morning will ultimately make you more productive in the long run.
Learn to Network Electronically
Since no one will be able to see your face in the office, make sure to be active on LinkedIn, Blogging and have a professional website. You can still meet your clients and business associates by sending them a request for connection on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is the preferred social network for business networking as it is a strictly professional network where experts share articles with others in their industry.
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