Posted by: organizationstation | March 9, 2011

When Working From Home, Don’t let Someone Else’s Crisis Become Yours

When working from home, not only co-workers but family members and friends can all try to rob you of your “time on the clock”.  They all perceive that you can “take a break” and help them with their problem and just work later. Don’t let that happen.  It is easy to feel that you are much more flexible working in your home environment, but you still need very focused and undistracted time slots in order to work on projects.  Working from home does save you the commute time, but you still need time to get your job done.

 

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