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Anyone Can Work From Home

by Bill Sweeney
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The dream for a lot of people is being able to work from home. As much as it is becoming more commonplace, it’s still just a pipe dream for many workers. That doesn’t mean it isn’t possible, because times, tech, and attitudes are clearly changing. It’s night and day compared to even 10 years ago. Yes, if you currently work as a copywriter then you may find the transition to a home office a whole lot easier than, say, a warehouse worker or a machine operator. But that doesn’t mean you can’t do it with a few tweaks here and changes there, which is what we hope to prove by the end of this blog.

Make A Solid Plan

It is no good just saying you want to be successful in two years time because that is not going to help anyone. It shouldn’t be like that. Instead, you want to come up with a plan that includes solid goals, a map of how you can achieve these and an appropriate timeline in which you can deliver. A great place to start is knowing why you are setting out to work from home, as well as what you will be doing. Selling? Producing? Promoting? What? Another part of your plan should be devoted to the technology that is out there because this will undoubtedly help you achieve your goals. And, last but not least, you need to know what resources it will take to reach your goals.

Dig Deep Into Your Industry

Your best chance of success will come from two places: the experience you have gained and the research you do. The problem is knowing how your experience can help and make the time spent on your research count. But let’s say you worked in construction or warehousing. You know the ins and outs of what life is like, which means knowing how you can improve a business. That could mean you become the middle-man that helps coordinate a business find the right services, whether that be a rigging contractor or a local supplier. The research side of things will allow you to know who your competitors are, what improvements you can make, and how you can get a bigger slice of the action.

Collaboration & Outsourcing Is Key

Just because you are working from home does not mean you need to do everything yourself. In fact, please try not to do this. If you close your eyes and think of all the business functions there are in a business, and then all of the different subcategories within each of those, you will quickly realize that going it alone is a wholly bad idea. You won’t have time for one. So, your best bet is to focus on what you know, what you can do better than anyone else and what functions are core to your success and then outsource everything else. This won’t just help you become more efficient, it will also help you connect with people, which is a must-have skill in business. Yes, it is a cost and expense, but if it is going to take you a long time to perform a simple task then you need to accept the value is better. Just make sure you start with a test project before you really dive in.

Anyone Can Work From Home was last modified: November 1st, 2017 by Bill Sweeney

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Lawson Drayage, INC. July 17, 2019 - 11:43 AM

Nice Post. thanks for sharing


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