Pros and Cons of Starting a Home Business

January 5, 2014 by  
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Pros and Cons of Starting a Home Business

Beginning a business out of a private home has gone mainstream. Entrepreneurs in a variety of industries have started up successful business from their home office, bedroom, or kitchen table. You can find financial professionals, lawyers, landscapers, dog walkers, and architects who have decided to ditch the long commute and high rental fees that working in an office building might require. They have also decided to become self-employed to enjoy more control over their lives. Read more

Devising a System for Becoming More Efficient at Home and at Work

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There is a reason that the local Professional Organizer is thriving. Society at large has too much to do and not enough time to get everything done. For people or companies that are disorganized, there never seems to be enough time in the day. The question that must be answered is how to increase productivity or efficiency. If it takes you thirty minutes to find your keys or a client file then it is time to make some changes. A few simple adjustments can make a big difference, leaving more time in your day to enjoy life. Getting started is the challenge for many people.

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Day 2: 4 Hour Work Day

August 7, 2012 by  
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Using a timer is crucial. When I am working at home, it feels like I am doing a lot more than I am. Actually timing the business-work I am doing helps me to see just how much time I am really doing things that generate cash flow for my business. Read more