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How to Stay Motivated When You're Working From Home [Infographic]

by Laura Forer  |  
February 16, 2018

You've done the laundry, prepped dinner, washed the car... what's left to do?

Oh, yeah. Work.

Working from home comes with many advantages—and even more distractions.

However, when you've got your schedule under control, you may find that you are able to get even more done from home that you would in an office. An infographic by small business lender Fundera offers eight tips to help you stay focused and successful from your home office—whether that's an entire room or just a chair at the dining room table.

Check out all the tips here, and then put away that vacuum cleaner and get to work.

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Laura Forer is a freelance writer, email and content strategist, and crossword puzzle enthusiast. She's an assistant editor at MarketingProfs, where she manages infographic submissions, among other things.

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  • by Doc Reiss Fri Feb 16, 2018 via web

    Other than "make less mistakes" should be "make fewer mistakes," this is a nice bit of advice.

  • by General Marketing Service Sun Feb 18, 2018 via web

    I moved to Germany in the mid-2000 and had to start my own marketing business from there. I have since moved back but continued. I break many of the rules here.

    When designing I often have the tv on...but not when writing.
    I don't have kids at home as a distraction so the only challenge I have is focus.
    To keep on top of topics I run TED talks all day for one day a week. Sometimes a YouTube Vlogger I like.

    As far as work goes I am so much more productive but miss other people to bounce ideas off of and feedback on ideas from coworkers.

    Like most gigs, it's got its good and bad.
    I feel less frustration though. If I get a great client I bend over backwards, even do bonus work
    If I get a lousy client... it's one job and out.

  • by Sarah Wed Feb 21, 2018 via web

    Great infographic..Working from home gives you that cherished freedom, but plenty of distractions, as well.

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