May 16, 2019
4 Recommended Books for Achieving Work-at-home Success
Filed under: Work at Home Hacks
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Working remotely has become commonplace throughout the world—and it shows no signs of slowing down.
Whether you are already working from home, or are getting ready to make the transition, acquiring new knowledge about being a remote worker can help you out tremendously.
From keeping yourself focused to creating a productive workspace, the books we’ve included here will enable you to wade through the challenges and achieve work-at-home success.
- by Stephen R. Covey.
- productivity, time management, self-development.
Domestic duties, a friend or relative who stops by unannounced or having your kids around. These are all powerful distractions that can hinder your productivity when working remotely.
What’s great about this book is that it gives you the tools you need to define a framework for your productivity and not allow yourself to get swayed by distractions.
This book will also help you realize where you are losing valuable time and what you can change so you live a more productive, better life.
- by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan.
- maintaining focus, prioritizing tasks, eliminating distractions.
Clutter in our mind is one of the biggest obstacles stopping us from achieving goals faster. And when you work at home, there are a lot of things competing for your attention – from the dishes in the sink to someone ringing the doorbell.
So you may have a harder time narrowing your focus on the most important things you need to get done.
To help with this aspect, this book challenges readers to ask an important question:
“What’s the one thing I can do such that by doing it everything else will be easier or unnecessary?”
Answering it is the key to mastering what matters to you, establishing priorities and staying focused. You’ll learn how to:
- Remove the unnecessary weight, which is dragging you down.
- Build momentum toward your goals.
- Overcome feeling overwhelmed.
- Stay on track with achieving your goals.
- by Cecelia Jernegan.
- motivation, networking, goal-setting, time-management.
One of the main challenges you may encounter when living and working under the same roof is structuring your work days and creating new habits. This is why we recommend this book, as it shares valuable, actionable insight about how to:
- Create an effective work at home routine (and stick with it).
- Manage your time so that you can get more things done.
- Set realistic goals.
- Motivate yourself.
- Find networking opportunities. (An important aspect for those worrying that remote work can be lonely).
- Maintain a clean, organized work office/desk at home.
- by Jessica N. Turner.
- life balance, self-care.
How good are you when it comes to taking time for yourself regularly? In this busy world in which we live today, most of us don’t stop to think about the importance of personal time.
When working from home, you’ll likely have more time. You may, however, also feel tempted to use that time for keeping house, grocery shopping and so on.
One of the keys to feeling happy and fulfilled as a remote worker is practicing self-care.
That’s why this book is essential, as it will show you how to take back pockets of time you already have in your day for personal wellness. This way, you don’t end up feeling like your day is just one giant to-do list.
We hope this article has given you a few new ideas of books you are excited to add to your summer reading list.
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