Work from Home

One of the great characteristics of being an entrepreneur is the quick adaptability to change. The coronavirus has forced millions of employees to work from home for the first time. If you’re like most people, who do not have an office at home, you can work from your laptop in bed. Keep in mind that setting up a proper work environment is key to mastering working at home productively. Below are a few tips to help you adjust.

1. Maintain Regular Hours

To set a schedule and adjust to guidelines on when to work and when to clock out allows you to maintain work-life balance. One of the benefits of remote work is flexibility. As your job requires, you may need to extend your day or start early to accommodate service on different time zones.

2. Establish a Morning Routine

What in your morning routine indicates you're about to start work? It might be making a cup of coffee or tea, or even returning home after a jog. It might be getting dressed. We encourage you not to sit in bed in pajamas—it doesn’t help maintain a productive routine. A steady and stable routine can be as powerful as a clock at helping you get started each day. Set the intention every morning to create a productive work-space and don’t forget to take a break to help keep maintain a healthy routine.

3. Zoom

Zoom allows you to virtually meet with friends, family members, and coworkers. With a few of clicks, people you want to see all appear on your screen when you join a meeting. Each with whom you can collaborate, update each other on work projects/ tasks or even just chat. Remote workers often use Zoom, but now it is becoming known for connecting students, families, and offices.

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