Tag Archives: Office

Setting Up Your Home Office

Running your business from a home office saves money, spares you a daily commute, and gives you control over your work environment. A desire to work at home may even be the reason you’re in business in the first place. The advantages are pretty obvious, but merging your office and home does present some challenges. You’ll probably be spending a lot of time there, so careful planning will go a long way toward making it all work.

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Juggling It All

As we have mentioned in other articles, having a trigger to start your day is very important. One of the major problems with people running businesses from their home is starting the work day. For many of us seasoned home based business owners it’s a trigger. A trigger can be making a cup of coffee and taking it to the office, getting the kids off to school, after your morning jog or workout; it can be any one of a number of things. A trigger is very dependent upon the individual.

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Using Those Business Cards

One of the first things you do when starting a business is to have business cards made up. The next thing you need to do is give them out. If you keep them in the card holders or the box in your office, they are not doing what you got them for.

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Journaling For Profit

Journaling For Fun and Profit!

Don’t Get Caught In the Trap: The BIG Difference Between Personal and Business Branding

When you’re all alone in the privacy of your home office, surrounded by your
computer, your phone and your business idea, have you ever asked yourself,
“Where’s the line between me

Lease Purchasing Is The Perfect Home-Based Business

Some call it the 30 second commute. We call it wonderful. What are we all talking about? Working from home, of course.

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Creating a Feng Shui Power Office: 6 Easy Tips to More Successful Surroundings

More and more people are looking to gain an edge in their working environments.

Is Your Home Business Properly Insured?

Do you work from home full-time or part-time? Chances are your homeowner’s insurance doesn’t cover your home business, or at least not to the extent you need it to.