Small teams need to get stuff done, too.
The old proverb says that time is money. No matter if it’s related to work or to leisure time, you should never allow for your precious minutes and hours to just slip through your hands.
“Time is more valuable than money. You can get more money, but you cannot get more time.” – Jim Rohn
Due to the relativity of the time passing by, every business has to bring some unique criteria that measure how productive their employees are per unit of time. Therefore, when it comes to work organization and business productivity, tracking time spent working on each and every project is a must.
It seems like an impossible task finding time to finally start to work out your ideas. How is it possible that I can’t seem to start working out my creative thoughts?
Many of us struggle with these thoughts on a daily basis.
Finding the perfect balance to start working out our creative thoughts seems more difficult than it sounds. It leads to stressful and chaotic moments where you constantly ask yourself, why didn’t I start on time? Read More
The first step is admitting you have a problem: that’s why I want to share my story with you.
It has been really hard for me to share this with other people but since there’s no coming back now, here’s my problem: I used to be a multitasking junkie.
Working remotely has never been so easy. Nowadays we can travel almost anywhere, check emails directly from our smartphones, monitor stock markets, promote us and live our entire life online. Even if finding a freelance job online it’s now easier than ever before, one of the main pain points for remote workers is staying productive, delivering work on time and increasing their incomes.
Working from home or remote work can be rewarding but it takes self-discipline to stay focused and work regular hours. Here’s why there are some simple tips all remote workers should follow to avoid burning out and losing all of their clients. Read More