For any entrepreneur, moving into your business into its first office can be a daunting task, especially as there are a range of issues to keep in mind that can range anywhere from logistical to legal.
Any office relocation should be strategically planned and executed to prevent last-minute hurdles. This blog post will help you examine some of the crucial issues that come with moving and how to deal with them as well as access the following six areas.
Working from home sounds like a dream come true, doesn’t it? You can sleep in late and come to “work” in your PJs. You don’t have to answer to anyone, and you can take as many breaks as you want. While all of these things are true (to some degree, anyway), there’s a price to pay for treating your home office more like home and less like an office. Often, the cost is decreased productivity. Sure, you should be comfortable, but you’re still running a business – be sure to keep the space around you reflecting that!
Keep a Dedicated Room – No Distractions
You should have a dedicated room for your office. Don’t use the living room or breakfast nook in the kitchen. A lot of people do this. It’s a huge mistake. Huge. Why? Because there are so many distractions around you. Spouses, kids, and even normal household items like ticking clocks, pets, the temptation to turn on the TV while you work, and even the UPS delivery man stopping by periodically throughout the morning.