Managing Time in Your Home Office

Clutter Coach

by Here’s an interview that one of my coaches, Ann Ronan, did with me about the special problems people who work at home face. How to control distractions like friends calling because you’re not “at work” Why your home office isn’t working for you. Republished by Blog Post Promoter The post Managing Time in Your Home Office appeared first on Clutter Coach.

Your Mental and Physical Health As A Blogger

Small Business CEO

As an at home entrepreneur or blogger, sitting in front of your computer for hours on end is your biggest work hazard. Recently Dr Shannon Reece interviewed Rachel Blaufeld, Founder of Entrepreneurs bloggers home office

Results of the 2014 Solopreneur Survey: Quality of Life is Up, Expectations are Up, Facebook is Down

The Solopreneur Life

Office location: 80 percent work in home offices, which is a drop from 2013, when 90 percent said they work in home offices. Q uality of life improved for solopreneurs in 2014, solopreneurs have high expectations for 2015, and Facebook has fallen out of favor.

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Solopreneur Survey Results: 2013 Was a Good Year, Expectations Are Very High for 2014

The Solopreneur Life

16 percent of solopreneurs lost money in 2013; 36 percent took home between $0 and $20,000; 14 percent took home between $20,001 and $40,000; 10 percent took home between $40,001 and $60,000; 12 percent took home more than $100,000. 90 percent work in home offices.

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Pretzel Power: Building Relationships One Bite at a Time

Make or Break Moments

My opportunity came in 1999 when I was promoted to Director of Corporate Stores and moved to Ohio to work in the home office. I remembered that and was sad to realize that during my first few weeks, people walked past my door to her corner office.

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Could telecommuting be a career mistake?

On The Job

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Wednesday, October 14, 2009 Could telecommuting be a career mistake? 3) You want to work at home so you can look after your children.

Being A Digital Nomad

Brilliantly Better

Doesn’t have an office and most of the time doesn’t have business cards either (the new dial tone being twitter , of course). For a digital nomad the world is the office. In the beginning, I worked from home. Back Yard I switched the office room for my backyard.

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Don't Be an Introvert Writer | Men With Pens

Men With Pens

But you can’t chain yourself to your computer so get out of your stuffy office and allow your brain a breather once in awhile. What Should I Do” – Microblogging Reply Laura Spencer ( @TXWriter ) July 1, 2010 at 9:18 am We’re supposed to leave the home officer sometimes?

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