Co-working spaces are the modern take on business networking, collaboration and productivity. As a solopreneur, they are a great alternative to the home office, and certainly more cost effective than leasing traditional commercial office space.
Few people will mention one of the most difficult things about being a solopreneur: Won’t it become horribly lonely working by yourself? Sitting in a home office can be quiet and lonely if you’re used a loud, full office. Regardless of whether you are an introvert (yes, isolation can hit us hard too) or an extrovert, every work at home solopreneur can, and will, struggle with your home/work balance. Ready to address that? Here are five ways of tipping that balance.
When moving from a traditional corporate job to a working at home professional, many people have a hard time adjusting. They either become a tad bit l.a.z.y. or burnout. Today, let’s talk about how to set up your workday so that you are productive, without burning out.
If you aren’t working, you aren’t making money. That’s the express lane to burnout. How can you prevent it or handle it if you’ve already started feeling it? And how can you do so without causing strain on your relationships with your clients? Here are 8 tips to follow when you start feeling like you can’t take it anymore.
As the end of the year rolls around, I have the tendency to smirk at those who profess their New Year’s Resolutions. While I applaud your efforts for thinking about what goal you want to accomplish, why wait until January 1st, or why not put off things until February 1st? I know, I’m not a lover of procrastination, but hear me out..
The benefits of cycling to work relate not only to the environment, but also to your health, and the only hindrance to employees is often the lack of secure facilities for their bikes. As an employer you can address this by first establishing how many of your employees are interesting in a bike commute, and … Continue reading 10 Reasons to Bike Commute to Work
Time-management is not so much about managing your time as it is about managing yourself. The only way to achieve your goals in a fast evolving world is to remain flexible, and constantly revise your schedule and priorities. What can you do in your personal capacity to maximize your output while still having time and energy left for yourself and your family?