According to a study by nonprofit human resources research group
World at Work, more than one out of three workers are "very interested"
in telecommuting at least on a part-time basis. And about 60 percent of
employers do offer informal teleworking programs. There might
be several reasons you want to work from home, but the key is convincing
your boss to let you do so. So before you head into your manager’s
office with the request, craft your pitch so it is irresistible.
Successful entrepreneurs rise and shine early. During the rush of the day, it is harder to focus. Mornings give you a
chance to think clearer without daily distractions. You might actually
get more done in two quiet hours of the morning than a full day in the
office, say experts.
You have been hard at work all day. You haven’t left your desk since you
stepped into the office in the morning. Now it’s time to head home, but
you haven’t accomplished half of what you had planned to do. The key to being productive during a busy day in the office is time management and organization.