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Are you one of the many employees or students who suddenly find themselves working from home because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic? It can be overwhelming trying to adjust to a new environment... too many interruptions, an inefficient workspace, a lack of daily structure. YOU NEED A SURVIVAL KIT! When you work from home, your level of productivity directly impacts t Are you one of the many employees or students who suddenly find themselves working from home because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic? It can be overwhelming trying to adjust to a new environment... too many interruptions, an inefficient workspace, a lack of daily structure. YOU NEED A SURVIVAL KIT! When you work from home, your level of productivity directly impacts the amount of time required to complete your duties. Help... I Have to Work from Home distills the principles of increasing your hourly productivity, leading you through three phases in which you will learn to: 1. REFOCUS wasted productivity, using Intensity Scheduling; 2. RECLAIM lost productivity, by tapping into Output Optimizers; and 3. RELEASE hidden productivity, with Holistic Planning. Implementing the strategies in this book will allow you to achieve a significant increase in your hourly productivity, without decreasing the quality of your work. You can use this gain to reclaim your 8-hour wokday or even decrease it. As a bonus, Chapter 1 includes a Productiviity Booster and access to free training>/b>, designed to give you instant relief from overwhelming time pressure. A version of this book designed specifically for freelancers is available under the title Give Yourself a Raise. Liane R. Grant is an OTTIAQ-certified translator (French-English) with a BA, MA, and PhD in Translation. Liane has always had a knack for finding the most efficient way to accomplish a task with excellence. After leaving her position as a law clerk, two people were required to replace her. She then performed administrative work for several small charities, founded and led a volunteer translation team, and wrote three books, all while completing a ten-year stint at university. Liane's experience in fulfilling multiple roles has helped her hone her planning and time management skills and develop an efficient system for optimal productivity.


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Are you one of the many employees or students who suddenly find themselves working from home because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic? It can be overwhelming trying to adjust to a new environment... too many interruptions, an inefficient workspace, a lack of daily structure. YOU NEED A SURVIVAL KIT! When you work from home, your level of productivity directly impacts t Are you one of the many employees or students who suddenly find themselves working from home because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic? It can be overwhelming trying to adjust to a new environment... too many interruptions, an inefficient workspace, a lack of daily structure. YOU NEED A SURVIVAL KIT! When you work from home, your level of productivity directly impacts the amount of time required to complete your duties. Help... I Have to Work from Home distills the principles of increasing your hourly productivity, leading you through three phases in which you will learn to: 1. REFOCUS wasted productivity, using Intensity Scheduling; 2. RECLAIM lost productivity, by tapping into Output Optimizers; and 3. RELEASE hidden productivity, with Holistic Planning. Implementing the strategies in this book will allow you to achieve a significant increase in your hourly productivity, without decreasing the quality of your work. You can use this gain to reclaim your 8-hour wokday or even decrease it. As a bonus, Chapter 1 includes a Productiviity Booster and access to free training>/b>, designed to give you instant relief from overwhelming time pressure. A version of this book designed specifically for freelancers is available under the title Give Yourself a Raise. Liane R. Grant is an OTTIAQ-certified translator (French-English) with a BA, MA, and PhD in Translation. Liane has always had a knack for finding the most efficient way to accomplish a task with excellence. After leaving her position as a law clerk, two people were required to replace her. She then performed administrative work for several small charities, founded and led a volunteer translation team, and wrote three books, all while completing a ten-year stint at university. Liane's experience in fulfilling multiple roles has helped her hone her planning and time management skills and develop an efficient system for optimal productivity.

8 review for Help... I Have to Work from Home!: A survival kit for working remotely (Schedule Solutions Book 4)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Willow Rankin

    Ah, like millions of others this year, I was sent to work from home at the end of the first quarter of 2020, and like so many others struggled with the transition, especially the work/life balance. I found it very easy to be plugged into work 24/7 and leave my laptop on whilst dealing with activities that could wait. As I have progressed through the year and got used to the working from home concept I have found it easier for this divide. However, I have noticed my productivity could do with inc Ah, like millions of others this year, I was sent to work from home at the end of the first quarter of 2020, and like so many others struggled with the transition, especially the work/life balance. I found it very easy to be plugged into work 24/7 and leave my laptop on whilst dealing with activities that could wait. As I have progressed through the year and got used to the working from home concept I have found it easier for this divide. However, I have noticed my productivity could do with increasing, this book is a useful companion for this. Whilst nothing is particularly groundbreaking or new, it has helped me identify which areas I need to focus on. By analysing my own work style and effort I have come up with ways of working to improve. My only downside with this book, is in my job I have plenty of meetings to attend, and would of like some strategies to reduce unnecessary meetings. Overall, for a free book on the Amazon Kindle webstore (or in the sale for 99p, cannot remember which), I would say this is useful quick read in increasing productivity whilst working from home.

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