I have been working from home since the middle of March.
We have a separate bedroom designated as office space and music space. During the day I occupy the room, as SMB doesn’t yet work.
It was very difficult to adjust in the beginning.
The single most effective step to better your personal finances is to increase your earning potential. Be it getting increment at current job, or getting a higher paying new job or doing something extra for your business to generate more profit.
No one likes feeling undervalued at work. If you don’t think that you are earning as much as you deserve, here are 7 things you can do to improve your earnings potential and make employers take notice.
It’s not always easy staying focused at work. With so many distractions and an ever-increasing workload, it’s hardly surprising that most of us struggle with the 3 pm slump. There are numerous tips for people working in a traditional office setup, with people around but not much is written on how to enhance productivity while working from home.
In recent years, more businesses are embracing flexible approaches when it comes to working hours and where work is completed, allowing some employees to work from the comfort of their own home. While this may seem like a dream, it actually requires a significant amount of discipline, as there are so many distractions in the home.
I stumbled upon a Reddit post today, where the commenter stated that he’s just making $1.5 per hour more than a new hire. We often wonder if we Are making too little from our jobs. Most of us feel we should get more pay, and it’s normal.
In times when companies are running for more profit and more revenue the employees should also run for more pay. Problem is, often we don’t know if we are getting less salary. As a society, we are reluctant to discuss our earnings in front of others. The question that can change lives is left undiscussed. We feel embarrassed to disclose our salary.
Whether you are cycling, walking, hopping on public transport or simply sitting down for a drive, the commute forms a major part of your daily routine. While some people like to zone out, others like to use this time productively.
I spent on average 30 mins each way every weekday. Mostly I listen to NPR radio. occasionally I listen to songs, especially when NPR runs their fundraising campaigns. Some times I call my parents back in India while driving.
Do you miss deadlines, pay late fees, toss rotten food weekly, or lose a gift card that you purchased? If yes, you are losing too much money. at our home, we are guilty of this. We bought so many clothes and shoes that we lost track of the new items. The clutter created made choosing the new dresses over older ones difficult.
This is the price you pay for being disorganized. In today’s era, everyone is thinking of ways to save money. However, it is not just about spending less. Do you know that organizing your home can help you save money?
Let me start with a disclaimer, I am not pretending that I am a guru of some sort who knows how to handle work pressure in any situation. I am writing this as I think this may help you if you are in a similar situation as I once was. It was becoming difficult for me to increase productivity, I wasn’t able to concentrate and wasn’t producing results I wanted to produce. Then I made these small adjustments.
It’s not that I practice all of the days in and day out, but I follow most of them every day. In a way, this is similar to the other projects I mentioned before, how to be a better person in 15 ways and how to feel good and increase productivity.
Although this is a personal finance blog, I write about small businesses a lot. Here we will focus on the employees of your business. To run a successful business, you need to have a fleet of happy employees. You need to keep them energized and protect them from any kind of harm or hazard.
Protecting your employees is key since they are your most valuable resource. There are many areas that you need to put practices in place so that you can keep your employees protected, but in this article, we are going to focus on only five ways to protect your employees.
Being a success is something that just about everyone dreams about, but why do so few of us there? Sure, life has a way of throwing you curveballs.
However, some people can overcome adversity and reach the top of the mountain and this leaves most of shaking our heads in disbelief.
Researchers have proven that career progress perception plays an important role in influencing an individual’s mood and productivity in the workplace. Whether you’re trying to be more productive in your current schedule or to have aspirations of launching a whole new start-up or a new career altogether, the drive to reach your goals is always aided by the feeling of making progress.
The way a person perceives their current position and recent career progress have a direct effect on their self-esteem, confidence, creativity, and morale. However, many times people are too hard on themselves and they allow their past and present to weigh down on their future.
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