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Whether I like it or not, many people are skeptical about other people working remotely. Some even think it directly correlates with decreased productivity. But that’s not the case. Remote work is so much more than the stereotypes of Netflix binging and pajama lounging. It’s a workstyle that encourages a balanced, flexibible and healthy lifestyle. Just as importantly, when applied and executed well, it’s a business style that allows companies to do and be more.…
For mobile/virtual business owners meeting clients in public is pretty common practice. This article will introduce the discussion of protecting your client’s privacy in the process. Whether you own a mobile/virtual business or not, you’ve likely taken advantage of a coffee shop or other public venue to meet with a client. NOTE: If you have done this then you have whether knowingly or not, utilized the convenience of a mobile office and an Office Without…
Traveling with a reusable water bottle is a great way to reduce your environmental impact (and save you from having to spend $5 at the airport just to stay hydrated). But there is a downside: Carrying around an empty bottle in your already tightly packed travel bag is different kind of wasteful. Thankfully, collapsible water bottles have recently grown in popularity. They’re generally made with lightweight, flexible materials like silicone that allow you to fold,…
How you start your day can have an incredible impact on how the rest of it goes. How much energy you have, how efficient and productive you are, if you achieve the right things, and how much you enjoy the journey. There are millions of others out there trying to beat you. There are only so many days to make progress. So, while many workers see morning routines as a luxury, top performers are very…
Insist on self-expression Get In Action. Stay In Action. Seek gratitude awareness Try and help someone everyday Move the Body. Feed the Mind. Taking that initial leap into entrepreneurship is just the first step. Staying out here, as one of the many blessed-to-be self-employed, dream chasing, adventure loving business owners takes real work. And doing it while protecting your happiness?! Oh boy! I’m not just talking internal work like billing, management staffing struggles, blah blah…
I’m a business owner. I ain’t got time to lose my mind. If you can relate…here are some apps to help you guard your sanity no matter when or where you need them. Insight Timer. Rated as the top free meditation app on the Android and IOS stores, Insight Timer is home to some 7,697 free guided meditations, music tracks, talks and courses on a variety o topics. There are so many topics and practices…
5 things you could be doing personally everyday to help your business grow and meet its goals 🙌. Let’s dig right in…. 1. Set clear intentions for your day: First things first, did you take time to identify what needs to get done today and what things take priority or are you just jumping out of bed and into the chaos? Ordered thinking requires more than good intentions or falling into distracted morning routines. Set…
Wasting no time with my workflow: I decided I wanted to work from Atlanta for a couple days so that’s what I’m doing. Travel deal, good excuse to see friends and practice makes perfect with my office without walls so deuces! “For me life is nothing without creating experiences. Travel, trying new things and exploring is of maximum importance to me. I want a workflow that encourages me to do that, not one that creates…
Owners and founders of closely held businesses often involve married couples. Therefore, a consideration that all owners of these businesses should consider is the need for premarital agreements or “prenups,” which come in all shapes and sizes under U.S. law. A well drafted premarital agreement will take into account the particular needs and interests of the parties it is intended to protect. For business owners considering a prenup, there are a few areas of concern…
(Making the transition to full or part-time remote/virtual office work takes some courage and the willingness to get uncomfortable.  While my transition was more of an overnight experience, the gradual approach of slowly breaking-away from relying on the four-walls of your office tomb can be beneficial to anyone unsure of what they need to make their virtual office work for their goals.  This week my posts will explore four simple ways to baby-step your way…