3 Tips to Set Priorities and Achieve Your Business Building Goals

Working from a home office has the distractions for which you feel personally responsible: Picking-up your kids after school and getting them to their various activities, friends asking for favors because you are at home (you’re not really working), or doing that last load of laundry. Add to that the “normal” distractions of the home…There’s more. Click here.

Stop Procrastination: A Strategy to Outsmart Your Brain

Whether you are working in a home office or corporate office, procrastination is both an avoidance technique and a hurdle. This is particularly true when you are working on your own as a remote worker, free-lancer or consultant. Being self-directed in your work gives your freedom as well as the opportunity to avoid doing work.…There’s more. Click here.

Procrastination and Web Distractions: Web Blocks to Help Your “Won’t Power”

“Won’t Power” is what my mother called “will power.” Whatever the name, 24/7 connectivity can be the enemy of efficiency and productivity.  Modern Technology gives us new ways to procrastinate, like surfing the net or browsing FaceBook. I have discovered software solutions that block access to the web for specific periods of time, thus allowing…There’s more. Click here.