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How To Make Time To Start A Home Based Business

So at this point, you’ve decided you want to start your own business from home. You’ve weighed your options and considered several ideas. You’ve done your research and your due diligence, and have settled on something that excites you, offers a solid opportunity, and have a way (or a way to learn) how to market it. So far so good.

However, if you’re like most people and starting this out on the side of a current job, you may be asking, ‘How am I going to find the time?’ Yo...

So at this point, you’ve decided you want to start your own business from home. You’ve weighed your options and considered several ideas. You’ve done your research and your due diligence, and have settled on something that excites you, offers a solid opportunity, and have a way (or a way to learn) how to market it. So far so good.

However, if you’re like most people and starting this out on the side of a current job, you may be asking, ‘How am I going to find the time?’ You have work, the gym, time with your family, your commute, your kids, cooking, eating, watching TV, and the rest of your life to plan around somehow. Life sure does feel full and hectic as it is, so how can you squeeze something more in?

You need to ask yourself, ‘How important is this to me?’ I’m going to offer you some very simple, and very effective, ways to make time – but you will be faced with the task of identifying your priorities and making sacrifices.

How important is to you to watch 2 hours of TV every night before bed? How important is it to you to go to Happy Hour three times a week? How important is ‘Girls Night Out’? How important is ‘Guys Night Out’? How important is ‘fill in the blank’?

You get the idea. There are a lot of hobbies and activities that have become routine parts of our daily lives, and the average person is resistant to their routine being disrupted. Just be aware that you’re mind is going to resist. Your mind will freak out at the idea of missing an episode of your favorite sitcom or TV drama because ‘then I won’t know what happens!!’

Time to prioritize. If you’re starting a business because you want something more out of life, be it freedom, travel, money security, excitement – well then you need to realize that comes with sacrifice. For most people, TV shows and happy hour and vacations are plugged into their life to fill in the gaps, so they don’t have to confront the monotony, boredom, and lack of fulfillment in their lives.

I don’t need to tell you this. You don’t need TV, and you don’t need a lot of the habits and routines you’re into. Start out by spending a full week writing down everything you do – from the time you rise, till the time you sleep. One full week.

After that week is over, look over your list of activities and mark the ones that you absolutely cannot stop doing (work, exercise, time with family). Then be honest and look at the ones that are taking up time unnecessarily (TV, window shopping, etc). For most people, this simple task will free up a lot of time.

At this point, you should be left with mainly the bare essentials. What you need to do now is manage them properly. The average person may feel that they have a hectic schedule with no room to breathe, but in reality, a hectic schedule does not mean they are busy or short on time. It just means their time is managed poorly and there is no flow to it. Look at that same schedule you tracked and notice what is consistent and what is helter-skelter. Are you going to the gym the same time every day, or different times? Utilize your mornings and wake up a little earlier. Do your reading, studying, or workout in the morning before going to work, or during your lunch break. This will free up a nice chunk of time for you in the afternoon and evening.

Are your errands taking you from one end of town to the other and back? Or are you planning them out so you’re doing them in the least time possible? As you plan your time going forward, make sure it flows and has a rhythm. Respect your time, and respect your money as your business grows. This next tip can apply to any aspect of life – your job or your business. As you do your work, take time before hand to visualize the end result. Then work your way back seeing everything that needs to be done along the way to complete the project. After you’ve done that, you’ll know exactly what needs to be done and how to do it. Write it down – phone calls, letters, copying, mailing letters, reading, meetings, etc. If you have more then one project/assignment going on, do this for each of them.

Then combine all the identical physical movements, regardless of project. For example, all the phone calls (regardless of project) get grouped together. All the letter writing, all the copying, all the reading, go together, etc.

You then plan your day according to the physical movement. Schedule a block of time for phone calls (1 hour, for example). For one hour, you make all the phone calls you have listed. When the hour is up, you move onto the next thing. The next hour could be letter writing, and so on.

Consider these ‘mini-days’. When one mini-day is up, move onto the next immediately. Make sure each mini-day is made up of tasks with the same physical movement. Trying to make phone calls while writing up a letter or report will not flow. You will not get into a rhythm. Multi-tasking is overrated, and tends to just make things take longer.

I’ll write a more detailed article on the idea of ‘mini-days’ based on physical movements in the future. In the meantime, I hope this has given you some valuable info to work with. Do not fall into the trap of looking at the specific examples and thinking ‘well, that doesn’t apply to me. He doesn’t know my situation’.

Rule #1 – NO EXCUSES
If you want it, find a way to make it happen.
To Your Success

 

How To Make Working From Home A Success

The idea of working from home appeals to a lot of people. There are often stories in the media of different people who have given up their nine to five office jobs and have managed to run a successful business from the comfort of their own home. The idea may seem appealing but it is not always that simple to pull off, in this article I am going to give advice on what it takes to make a home based business work.

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The idea of working from home appeals to a lot of people. There are often stories in the media of different people who have given up their nine to five office jobs and have managed to run a successful business from the comfort of their own home. The idea may seem appealing but it is not always that simple to pull off, in this article I am going to give advice on what it takes to make a home based business work.

Anyone who works from home needs to be able to separate their home life from their work life. This might seem quite simple to do but in reality it can be quite difficult. When you go to work in an office you do not even think about the washing, the washing up, the television, the ironing or the fact that the house may be untidy, you are able to fully focus on the job you are doing. When you are working from home all of these duties are in your face and it can be very easy to fall into a trap where you are doing more household work, than your actual business work. It is therefore very important to be strong and disciplined. I have been working from home for around ten years, I set myself my own hours, for example I will work from nine in the morning, until two in the afternoon. I have an office which I will only leave if I really need to, maybe to make a drink or to go to the toilet. I love to watch the television, therefore I do not have a television in my office.

To succeed at working from home you need to have a great deal of self belief in your own ability. There are likely to be peaks and troughs, some months you are flying away but in others everything seems to go wrong. Having a confidence in your own ability is essential in helping you to ride through the negative periods.

I always feel that it is worth saving money from the periods when I am doing well to cover the periods when the business slows down.

People who work from home need to be able to keep motivated. There is no boss to make us work or other people to bounce ideas off. Some people find that working from home can be quite lonely and soon return to an employed environment where they are able to have greater contact with other people. It is important to remember all of the benefits of working from home when we have a drop in business or when we feel a bit lonely.

In my opinion there is nothing better than being self-employed and working from home. I am sure that many other people could also make it work as long as they have the right attitude.

 

How to Run a Successful Home Based Business

Time is one of our most precious assets when we work in a home office. If we don’t invest our time wisely we can easily get to the end of the day and wonder where the day went! Try some of these tips to help make your time work for you in your home based business.

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Time is one of our most precious assets when we work in a home office. If we don’t invest our time wisely we can easily get to the end of the day and wonder where the day went! Try some of these tips to help make your time work for you in your home based business.

<b>Book it in</b>. Block-out regular meetings and activities in advance, including work, family and social commitments. Schedule these in your diary as soon as they arise and for as long as they will continue – this way you won’t forget important appointments or double-book yourself. Using colour coding can help you to distinguish between work, family and fun activities at a glance.

<b>Remember travel time</b>. So many people only schedule time for the actual meeting and fail to plan the time needed to travel to and from the venue. Schedule the meeting and the required travel time together, and be sure to allow yourself enough of a buffer in case of bad traffic or other delays. Travel time can be put to good use returning calls, thinking about and planning projects, listening to motivational or educational CDs or even enjoying some relaxing down-time. And, before you do travel, consider whether it is really necessary – why not try a teleconference instead?

<b>Before and after</b>. The other thing most people overlook is the need to schedule time before and after each meeting to prepare and complete follow-up activities. We’re so used to rushing from back-to-back meetings to our desks only to get immediately caught up in returning calls and responding to emails and colleagues that the work and undertakings that come out of meetings doesn’t get done until long after. Scheduling time will allow you to turn up prepared to contribute and to action minutes, follow-up on projects and create the communications required as a result of the meeting while the information is still fresh in your mind.

<b>Make time for the regulars</b>. Schedule time for regular activities such as the first 60- and last 10-minutes of your day for planning, weekly reports, project updates and monthly newsletters. You know these activities will come around, so don’t leave them till the last minute or overbook your time with so many other meetings and activities that you can’t find the time for them – schedule the time and use it to meet your regular commitments.

<b>Make time for a break</b>. Block-out your vacations and short breaks at the beginning of each year. By scheduling and planning for your holidays in advance you’ll not only have something to look forward to but you’ll have a much better chance of avoiding the usual pre-holiday stress which comes with trying to complete everything before you go – and much less chance of neglecting to take those much-needed breaks. Letting your clients know in advance when you’ve scheduled your vacations for also means that everyone proceeds with an awareness that your away-time needs to be factored into plans.

It is also good practice to block-out time every day for lunch. Too many people work through the day without even a 15 or 20-minute break away from their desks in the sunshine and fresh air. Human beings are incapable of working at full capacity for such extended periods of time, so schedule a break everyday and take it.

<b>Protect your time</b>. It’s especially important to ensure you block-out time for all of these activities and commitments if other people have access to schedule appointments in your schedule. Only allow access to those people who have a real need to book time with you and give them clear guidelines about the meeting bookings you will accept to prevent them from wasting your time. If you have a personal assistant, ensure that he or she understands which appointments can be made without your approval and which must be referred to you first. This groundwork will ensure that your diary is maintained and that you are only seeing people who have a direct impact on your results.

<b>Keep a back up</b>. If you’ve ever lost your schedule or data you’ll know it can virtually bring you to a stand still – as well as cause embarrassment and hassle when you can’t remember which appointments you had when. Keep a back up of your schedule: if you use a paper schedule, photocopy it weekly, if you use an electronic schedule synchronize it with your computer and back it up weekly.




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