By Debra A. Dinnocenzo
Telecommuting may have a enormously confident effect on an individual's caliber of existence, productiveness, and peace of brain. yet all the merits are contingent on being a well-informed telecommuter. writer Debra Dinnocenzo bargains particular ideas for winning telecommuting that would increase effectiveness and prosperity, either own undefined. Easy-to-implement feedback provide how one can move the data and take the stairs essential to swap and increase relationships, procedures, assets, and structures, at paintings and at domestic. Sections handle operating good by myself, with the kinfolk, with a group, and with exterior companions.
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One telecommuter I know insists that he nurtures his sense of progress with a simple TO DO list. The important aspect of this for him is that he diligently crosses out each item as it's completed. Beyond the sense of achievement, it also serves as a method to track results. Other telecom- Page 23 muters use computer-based systems that accomplish the same objectives. ) Organize your work into chunks that you can tackle in manageable pieces (remember that journey of a thousand miles and the one-step strategy).
Additionally, she is an applied researcher who recorded her experiences, pondered her observations, and learned from her results. She has captured her telecommuting experience and expertly packaged it into a book structured with great flexibility and containing a wealth of resources for people who want to work smartly from home. The flexibility that is essential to your success as a telecommuter or telemanager has been carefully designed into this text, from first to last page. Unlike the flood of "how to" books currently filling bookstore shelves, 101 Tips for Telecommuters demonstrates and models the traits so critical to telecommuting success.
As a seasoned telecommuter, I've seen firsthand the factors that make telecommuting prosper or fail. I've also witnessed the significant impact telecommuting can have on one's quality of lifeboth good and bad. But from all that I've seen and experienced, I have found that telecommuting can have a predominantly positive impact on your quality of life, your productivity, your peace of mind, and (if you're like the rest of us) your eternal Page xvi quest for the much-sought-after balance between work and the rest of your life.
101 Tips for Telecommuters by Debra A. Dinnocenzo