Here’s the most important thing I’ve learned from 20 years of working at home: Work.
It. Is. Work.
It’s not time for you to do your laundry, clean the house, or tackle the home improvement project you think you can do because you wandered the aisles at Home Depot.
Take the mental shift into viewing your work area at home — kitchen table, Lay-Z-Boy, or actual desk — as your office.
If you have the great good fortune to be able to work from home, you are luckier than the average bear right now.
Don’t abuse the opportunity to show how much more productive you can be, while reaching a better work/life balance. Bear down, make the mental adjustments you need to make, and get to work.
Here are a few things I’ve learned from working from home for 19ish of the last 25 years.
1. Get Your Mind Right
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