Working Remotely: 4 Result-Oriented Ways to Stay Disciplined

Working Remotely: 4 Result-Oriented Ways to Stay Disciplined

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Daven Michaels

New York Times Bestselling Author, 30-year business veteran, and Executive Chairman of CurrentC Group.

More and more companies are becoming part of the remote-working enthusiasts. Remote working comes in different forms – commuting at Starbucks with your device, working from a home-office, or working from an offshore location as an outsourcing partner. Also, you can take your job with you in an oversea trip and work remotely.

Here are proven ways to stay disciplined when working remotely;

1: Be Organized

For most people, remote working is accomplished from home. Whatever the case may be, you should get organized. Start by devoting a space for your remote office to minimize distractions. Your work tools should be assembled in your workspace – they may include a computer, smart-phone or landline, copier, and scanner.

Besides, you can accomplish some tax benefits by setting up a home office. But, this comes with some conditions. For instance, there should also be an external office or other external space dedicated for work. It’s also important to record how long you stay in such space in order to gain tax benefits from a home-office space.

2: Choose Convenient Times to Work

While working from the comfort of your home can be exciting, it also comes with challenges. For instance, you have your kids and entire family to cater for while attending to your tasks. One of the great ways to overcome such challenges is to choose a convenient time to do your work.

You may find it more convenient to work during the early hours of the morning when you can make the greatest input and maximize your time. Some people may prefer to work at night when the atmosphere is calm and the rest of the members of the family are asleep. A cup of coffee can be a good companion to keep you awake when working at night. You should assess the situation and determine your most productive hours.

3: Engage Technology as Much as You Can

In addition to speeding up task and reducing error, technology compels you to stay on task. For instance, if you are always drawn to exploring the internet thereby neglecting the task at hand, you can engage some technological tools to prevent this from happening.

4: Learn to Persevere

Sometimes, you can feel overwhelmed by the magnitude of the task at hand or some personal challenges. In this case, do not quit too soon. Learn to persevere. You should devise means of persisting when the going gets tough. For instance, you can break huge tasks into smaller chunks to make them simpler and manageable. You should also focus your mind on the end result and the benefit you will reap by accomplishing the task successfully.

Finally, make sure you make your environment conducive enough to get your tasks done successfully.

Daven Michaels is a New York Times Best Selling Author and CEO of premiere global outsourcing company, 123Employee. The company employs hundreds of young bright individuals on three continents. His International event, Beyond Marketing Live! Inspires entrepreneurs to build & grow their business with revolutionary new theories and systems allowing them to design the business and personal lifestyle of their dreams.

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