1 Create a dedicated work space.
Working out of the house? Carve out dedicated work space, and keep the dog away from the phone http://t.co/yu4cZTOp #news
— KC Link (@KCLinked) December 14, 2012
Love morning conference calls.. working from bed is too cosy, makes me to fall back into sleep. #goodmorning #snooze — SarahKingaSmith (@SarahKinga) March 5, 2013
2 Set a realistic schedule.
Developing a Work Schedule When Working from Home – Mozilla Firefox http://t.co/NSqgktybut — Celestial Book Promo (@CelestialPromos) July 16, 2013
3 Use productivity software to block social media sites for an allotted period of time.
used three rockin’ apps to help my productivity today: Pomodoro, SelfControl, and Think. All great apps for the easily distracted freelancer
— ginnybranch stelling (@ginnybranch) May 4, 2012
4 Go outside! Leave for lunch, a jog, to walk your dog, for a meeting…
Tip when working from home. Keep the blood flowing. 30-minute walk outside ❤️ pic.twitter.com/TCeMI2QGMy
— Cylia Herbertson (@Cyliaaaa) January 10, 2014
5 Get Dressed.
Working from home rule #1- shower, get dressed… at least pjs to yoga pants. — Ms. Wink Productions (@meganemichael) January 13, 2014
6 Stay out of the kitchen. It will save you from wasting time and from the Freelancer 15!
Went to kitchen for glass of water, ate dried up chocolate fondant and some leftover roast dinner. The dietary perils of working from home. — Ruth Crilly (@modelrecommends) October 21, 2013
My #1 downfall when working from home is that my body magically walks to the kitchen for a snack every 20 minutes.
— Johnny Cupcakes (@JohnnyCupcakes) November 30, 2011
Major problem with me working from home – kitchen is stocked for 7 people. EAT ALL THE THINGS!
— Eric Lee (@SaintGimp) May 1, 2012
For more start-up tips, sign-up for your local Startup workshop or Guru Program.
Join New York Startup Workshop @Tinypass 13-17 Laight Street #506 New York, NY 10013 on Tuesday, March 4, 2014