The number of people who work full-time remotely continues to grow rapidly. It’s already been shown that people who work from home tend to be more productive. While solitude and a distraction-free environment can be immensely helpful for productivity, isolation can in fact quickly become its own distraction.
The unifying aspect across all industries and business models is being able to effectively manage your time and all of your tasks and priorities. While it is relishing to work in the quietness and comfort of your home, it is possible to still experience distractions that can interfere with your days’ work.
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Time is valuable, and we spend lots of it commuting, on the treadmill, walking the dog or cleaning the house. If you want to give your music playlist a break we suggest switching it up with some inspirational, educating, motivating and simply entertaining podcasts about successful entrepreneurs, side hustlers, technology geniuses and brave solopreneurs in general.
It seems like working from home could be an easy way to get healthy fast. No office donuts or snacks, added flexibility to work out while others commute and nice and healthy homemade lunches. While this sounds great, it’s often easier said than done, and the reality is that creating a work-life balance is just as much of a challenge when you work from home as it is when you work in an office.