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To the Reader

To the Reader

Ideally, working from home will give you an opportunity to improve your job performance while at the same time letting you “buy back” some quality time in your personal life. To gain this advantage you need to understand productivity inhibitors that keep you from this goal and how to manage them.

Working away from a corporate office environment provides great flexibility while providing unique challenges. Although the primary alternative is working from home, most of the ideas discussed are independent of the physical location. Whatever the location, think of it as a base from which you then reach out to clients, other co-workers, the community, or your company if telecommuting. Heed the word “from” in the title Working Smarter from Home. Avoid the mindset of camping out “at home.”

This book takes an approach that is different from traditional time management and organizational techniques. The idea is for you to develop your own approach. In other words, how can you capitalize on your preferred work style to best meet your business and personal productivity needs?

Exercises in this book will help you answer these questions and provide the basis for developing a personal plan to maximize your efficiency and performance. Take time to discover how you can “work smarter.” It’s a small cost for the time you’ll recoup to spend on those things you value most.

Nancy Struck

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