just adding onto this
1) organize your stuff so that everything is accessible
2) Priorititze and make separate time for family and work
3) Coordinate with your staff at all times for work
Since I'm working from home for the first time I've started jotting down some of the things I like and don't like about the experience so far.
Here's what I've got so far:
I've been able to sleep more
I don't have to worry about my commute
I can work comfortably in sweatpants
Any other real estate agents out there trying to work from home? What is working for you and what is not?
I started holding virtual open houses for my clients, and that has been going wayyyyy better than I thought it would. People are actually responding and asking for a virtual walkthrough and...
A great way to keep your team focused is with the Fellow App. It worked well for me and my teams, like it did for this manager:
Review: #ManagementHeroes with Jeff Moravik – Remote Community Manager at VerticalScope | Remote Work Tips: 4 ways to keep your team focused and in sync.
What home-related expenses can I deduct as a work-at-home employee? Deductions such as mortgage interest, rent, property taxes, home insurance, electricity, heating, water, gas, hydro, maintenance, telephone lines, internet connections and many more are all included according to my accountant...
Because boundaries are fuzzy, you could either burn out or not get anything done.
Set boundaries around your time and space, with a dedicated work space away from distractions. Being able to shut the door is very helpful. Make a schedule and stick to it. Pretend that you're not working form...
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