If you’re running your first home business, you’ve likely put a website on the internet to promote your products and services. This is a great first step, but your job as your own webmaster isn’t quite done yet
As an entrepreneur running a home-based business, you may have cause to regularly host meetings with your clients. Consultants, designers, and many other types of business owners can benefit from speaking directly to the customer. Whether you invite clients into your home office or conduct conversations through virtual meetings, it is important to prepare a professional and welcoming atmosphere.
Many companies have made this shift permanent. This shift to remote work means more people have created workspaces in their homes to do their job. Creating a happy, productive work environment is key to success when working from home.
Working from home can be just as stressful as punching a time clock at a cubicle each day. Although you no longer have a commute, it can feel nearly impossible to break away from work, even when you’re supposed to be attending to yourself and your family.
A home office should be quiet and distraction free. Unfortunately, that’s difficult to achieve when your family is home while you work. If your home lacks a dedicated office or spare bedroom, look to out-of-the-way spaces like attics, basements, and garages.
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