From an outside perspective, the rising trend of folks who work from home (telecommuters, freelancers, etc.) is pretty exciting. What could be better than skipping the commute to the office every day, getting to stay in comfy house-clothes, and not …
This is a tough time of year to be inside an office. The sun is shining, the flowers are in bloom, and you really want to be outside enjoying it. The days are longer, so hopefully that allows you some time to get outside after work, but that only goes so far to help you through the workday.
You might have made a hefty list of New Year's resolutions for improved health, wealth and happiness, but by the end of the first full week of 2015, you're cold, tired, and overwhelmed. It just didn't go as well as you'd hoped, and you're really already over the whole resolution thing. (By the way, you're not alone. Statistically, 25 percent of those who make a New Year's resolution don't make it past the first week.) So should you just give up, and try again next year?
If you're like most of us, you likely not only have a long list of things to do today, but also more lists of things you need to accomplish this week, this month, and even by the end of next year. Many of these tasks you may need delegate out, whether it's to an assistant, co-founder, or other members of your team. Keeping track of these tasks can be a pain.
The mornings can be rough for anyone, but they’re all the more challenging when you’re trying to get kids ready and out the door, too. Here are five tips that will help you get going with a minimum of stress.
Today is a brand-new day, so why not make it a good one? Here are few ways to help you make the most of your busy day ahead.
Just as a car won’t maintain itself, your emails won’t manage themselves either. We’ll teach you five painfully basic tips to mastering email management so that you can, eventually, make the task of cleaning out your inbox a little less horrible.
Staying organized every day is a challenge most small businesses have to overcome to find success. It is especially important to be organized when you are first starting out, because it is easy to get caught up in the long work hours and it can become hard to keep track of the many little tasks that need to be completed. Irfan Ahmed of Digital Information World has put together the below infographic to help small business owners stay organized.