In the fall of 2017, I hit a point that every business owner dreams of; I had more work than I knew what to do with. You might be thinking, “and that is a bad thing?”. I was working long days, checking email on vacation, and saw no end in sight. I had to decide to either scale back or grow the company. I decided to grow it.
Chilling on the couch, wearing your comfiest pair of yoga pants, snacking on a pint of Ben & Jerrys and occasionally checking an email or two...
This is the picture many people create when they imagine a person who works remotely. Working from home, in reality, is not as enchanting and simple as one might imagine. Often time, telecommuters will be envied for their ability to work at anytime of the day, from any place they want, and get tasks accomplished as they please. These myths and rumors surrounding a home office are likely unavoidable, however, we are going to debunk these crazy impressions and set the record straight!
We all follow those companies and friends on social media that just make us cringe. It could be for a number of reasons like: your Great Aunt Sue who likes and comments on every single photo on Facebook, or the realtor that only retweets Twitter posts, but never has anything original to say. Although these social media habits make us annoyed, we can actually learn a thing or two from these behaviors.