Thursday, December 22, 2011

Whether youare the owner of a home-based business, a virtual worker, or you simply want toestablish a space in your home to handle the demands of your off-site business,carving out a home office can help you be more productive. 
 Choosea suitable space and assess your technology needs beforehand so that your newhome office is compatible with your needs.  
The optimaloffice setup for your business will depend upon your personal and occupationalneeds. Those with limited space might choose to set up in their bedroom,living room or kitchen, while those with a basement or an extra room may choosethat space. Try having a room or space that is separate from daily household commotion,and one with a door is optimal. Being able to seclude yourself, beingin an "office frame of mind," has to be a conscious decision. 
Your work environment should be areflection of you. 

( Tomorrow we will discuss feng shui for your home office).
Simple, clean work space

This stunning desk and chair is all you need

A desk and shelving will suffice

All you need is a small separate space

A lucky few have a room allocated for their home office

Make your work space part of your traditional Living Room 
Built-ins are optimal for a small work space

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