Having issues with time management? Have no idea what the term "dead time" is? Get the answers here with these great articles on time management in the home office.
Transitioning to a home office can be stressful. Many people who decide to work from home have worked in the structured corporate world for years and now have to learn a whole new way of managing their time. Learn some tips for staying focused on work while at home.
Are you tired of fighting the battle of too much to do in too little time? The tips and techniques you will find in this time management guide will help you learn to prioritize your tasks and invest your time in those projects and activities that will yield the best results.
Countdown timers are often used to improve efficiency by helping individuals and teams to gain greater control over their time while ensuring that project planning and meetings stay on track. So set your watches for two minutes and begin reading about the best ones available on the web.
The Pomodoro Technique is deceptively simple. After all, it only requires a timer, a sheet of paper and a pencil. For a home office worker, it can prove to be an invaluable tool for effective time management – if you can overcome the drawbacks.
The pomodoro technique is easy to apply, and all that is required is a pencil with an eraser, a piece of paper, and an alarm clock. The many pomodoro timers available in the internet make the task simpler. Read on for a review of some popular pomodoro timer available in the internet.
The notion “time is money” is devaluing. Time is much more than money. Unlike with money, it is not possible to put aside time for later use or to invest it to reap more time. Success depends on understanding how to manage your time more wisely.
Time is a valuable asset for anyone working from the home office. The more efficiently the at-home worker spends time, the better the gains. This makes tracking time and effort in the home office, or knowing where the time goes of critical importance in a home-office set up.
Are you a home-based worker who habitually puts things off? Here are 4 effective techniques for avoiding procrastination.
Anyone with a home office knows that budgeting time is critical to the success of the business and in maintaining a balanced healthy personal life. You can use MS Excel time tracking to keep an employee time card, calculate billable hours, create invoices, and analyze how you spend your time.
Keeping track of time spent on different tasks and projects is now easier than ever with Toggl. In this Toggl review, we’ll rate the program and let you know how it can help you.