We live in a fast paced era, consumed by technology and stress. Even when we are asleep, we are on high alert. In the long run, this can have devastating consequences on our health. It affects both our body and mind. So what can we do to slow down a little and try to focus more on ourselves?
One aspect I've come to learn with freelancing is to take some time to understand your values. Whether it's your own values as a freelancer, or company values for an entrepreneur, knowing this is crucial for various reasons.
All of us dream of being able to work from home remotely. After all, we'd all gladly give up morning alarms, rush hour and dealing with obnoxious coworkers if we could. If you've been given the opportunity to work remotely, odds are that you're over the moon as you think about all of the obnoxious workplace annoyances that you'll never have to deal with again.
Many American and European businesses are turning to the internet to find specialized labor. It's not like they can't find this labor locally. The problem is when they hire locally, they actually bite off more than they can chew.
Procrastination, distractions, an uncomfortable chair you hate sitting in, no decent coffee, and a desk that also doubles as your bed. All of these factors combine to create a home office environment where you get absolutely nothing done.
In remote work, everything is fine; ranging from the ability to sleep a little longer, ending with a flexible schedule allowing you a short trip to Quebec or Alberta, and being in a comfortable atmosphere. I bring to your attention 20 tips from someone working at home to improve the results of your remote work.
Workplace violence has been a problem in the United States for the longest time. There are several factors that could contribute to the level of violence in the workplace, including the fact that the U.S. is the most overworked developed nation in the world. (G.E. 2018) Here are several reasons to support that assertion: