Ever wake up one day and realize that you’re soon going to have to work remotely, even if you’ve never had to do that before?
If so, you’ll love the following article (and be sure to return afterwards to see the other excellent ideas you’ll uncover):
Here you’ll uncover 6(!) steps for making this happen, including:
“…Gather all of the materials you need to complete your work.
When you begin to transition to remote work, your work setup will change. For instance, you might not have double monitors. You may or may not have a desk, and it might not rise like your desk at the office.
In order to make the transition more smooth, think about the hardware and software you absolutely will need in order to successfully complete your job duties. Check with your company to see if they have support for necessary hardware.”
“Set boundaries between your personal and professional life.
Something I’ve found with remote work is that it’s so easy to work outside of my normal hours. I tend to get in “The zone” when I’m working and this leads to losing track of time. Some days, I’ll look up and it’s 6:30 p.m. — way past how long I aim to be online.
To combat this, I set boundaries that make sense for me in a remote setting. I set alarms that let me know when I should sign off….”
Creating a great home office would make for an awesome blog post, cheatsheet/product and more. You could structure it like so:
Step 1.) Decide where in your house your workspace will be
Step 2.) Decide the hardware/communications you need
Step 3.) Always make time for health!
Resources for the above include
If much of your business is done from home….
Make sure your home workspace is worthy of you!