Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Work from Home Wisdom

 Do You Have What It Takes?

When people think of working from home, the vision that comes to mind is someone dressed in pajamas, lying on the couch with a laptop in front of them. 
What people fail to realize is that even though working from home offers a great amount of flexibility, it is still a professional job.

Work from home successfully in 

5 Easy  Steps:  

  1. Designate a specific area in your home for your office that emulates a true work environment.
  2. Know how to use different software, update programs, and keep your computer operating efficiently.
  3. Avoid distractions such as phone calls, television, family and friends. Set your business hours and stay focused. 
  4. Brush up on your communication skills. You will need to convey what you mean via email, online chat, and phone.
  5. Allow yourself time to get up and stretch, take a break and get refreshed. This will really help you both mentally and physically.

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 Self-motivated 
 Positive and optimistic 
 Punctual and dependable 
 Professional and capable of 
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Best3Concepts, LLC

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Monday, April 6, 2015

The Pros and Cons of Working from Home

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Working out of your home is a mixed blessing, though. There are certain benefits that any worker would love. If you are facing a decision of whether or not to take a job with a 10-second commute, take a look at a few pros and cons of working from home.
With recent advances in technology, including the Web, email, intranets, modems, cheaper fax machines and voice mail, many people are working from home and enjoying the benefits.
  • You are free to do as you please.
  • There is no commute.
  • You can work in shorts and a T-shirt.
  • No one looks over your shoulder.
  • You can write off a small portion of your home office expenses on your taxes.
  • If you are married or have children at home, this type of work situation could be especially convenient for you.
  • It takes a phenomenal amount of self-discipline to start work when you know you don't have to be at the office by 8 a.m.
  • You are the only person around all day, so there is no outside pressure to be busy.
  • You must be entirely self-motivated.
  • You can never escape the office and go home, because you are already there.
  • Working from home can be messy and can take up an entire spare room in your home.
  • There is a danger of putting in too many hours or overworking. As improbable as this might sound, imagine that it's 11 p.m. and you suddenly have a panic attack about work. It's all too easy to go into your home office and work until 1 a.m.
Tips for Working at Home
Working out of your home can be a great solution for certain people. I have worked in an office and in my own study, and I think it takes special discipline to work at home. You need to ask yourself, "Does this work style fit in with what I want and how I am most effective?"
If you do work out of your home, it is important to remember:

  • Maintain a presence at the professional office. 
  • Treat your study (or wherever you work) like a real office. Close the door at 6 p.m. and don't open it until you are beginning work the next morning.
  • Get dressed as you would for work and be consistent with your hours. 
  • Act like you are at the office and not at home, and you stand a good chance of actually being productive.
Let us help you get started and achieve your goal of being a successful, independent, thriving and productive "Work From Home Specialist."