Last week, I shared my favorite productivity tips. This week, three other work from home professionals share their favorite productivity tips.
When you work from home, it can be difficult to stay productive – there are a lot of things that can distract you. There are several techniques that you can use to stay productive though. I’ll mention my favorites in this post.
I don’t know about you, but when I was in high school, I took a typing class. It’s served me well since then, because I’ve done a lot of typing. Like most of you, I learned on the standard QWERTY keyboard. The problem with this keyboard, though, is that people who use this keyboard set-up are at a higher risk for developing RSI (repetitive strain injury) and carpal tunnel syndrome. There is a way to reduce the risk of developing RSI, even if you do a lot of typing, and that is by using the Dvorak keyboard, which is pictured below:
When you work from home, it’s important that you make the most of the time you have so you can accomplish the goals you set for yourself every day. However, sometimes that can be difficult to do. This post will share a few techniques you can use to be more productive when working from home.
One of the things that can make working from home difficult is dealing with distractions – many people think that because you work from home, they can call you or come by whenever they want to. But distractions and interruptions can seriously cut down your productivity. How do you deal with distractions and interruptions so you can stay focused? This blog post will answer that question.