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Chapter 4. The 24/7 Lifestyle: Time Mana... > “Plan B”: When a Good Day Goes Bad—V...

“Plan B”: When a Good Day Goes Bad—Very Bad

When you work from home, you need to be prepared for the unexpected. For example, you plan out a quiet workday because the kids are in school until three o'clock. An hour later, the school nurse is calling because one of your children is throwing up. Next thing you know, your perfect day is over and you are in the car driving to your child's school.

Successfully working from a home office depends on you being able to roll with the unforeseen surprises that will occur. If you are the rigid type or have a tendency to come undone when things don't go your way, you will be very cranky at worst—and most certainly not your most productive at best.


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