Have you ever wondered if there was a way that you can save time and give your hands a break while doing things on your computer? Well luckily, there it is! If your computer has Windows Vista or Windows 7 installed on it, it also includes speech recognition. Speech recognition can help you get things done faster on your computer, and also gives your hands a break so that you don’t have to use them as much. In this post, I’ll show you how to set it up and what things it can be used for.
I recently read an article on small-bizsense.com that discussed 10 essential tools for home-based entrepreneus. While I agree that several of these are definite must-haves, there were others that I felt were only applicable in certain situations. Here’s my take on essential tools for people who work from home:
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: