An Efficient Work Space
It is just as important that your working environment is organized. Clutter is one of the biggest enemies you can have; if you can de-clutter your mind then de-cluttering your workspace should be easy. Let's first of all take a look at your workspace.
Now, everyone's work area will be different. Some people will have their own dedicated office away from the hustle and bustle of normal family life, others will have to make do with part time use of a kitchen table. In my time online I have used both methods and I know which one works better!
While accepting that everyone's situation and work environment will be different, there are still things that you can do to organize your work time better:
- Set clearly defined working times, don't leave things open-ended
- Ensure, as much as you practically can, that interruptions are kept to an absolute minimum
- Clear your workspace of anything unrelated to your online business
Deciding on clearly defined working hours is something that we covered in the previous section about procrastination, so I won't repeat it here. But don't neglect this, not only will it adversely affect your home life, you will find yourself working much more efficiently if you have self-imposed deadlines.
It's far better to begin a task at 7pm and stop working on it at say, 10pm, ready to complete the next day than to work through until 2am. Do a little every day rather than working all hours for a few days and then doing nothing for a couple of weeks. Consistency is the key here; better to create good habits than bad ones.
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