Procrastination

Nick Williams on home working and resistance

Nick Williams on home working and resistance

Nick Williams of inspired-entrepreneur.com, seen here in his home office in London, talks about falling ‘behind enemy lines’ when working from home, and how to manage our own resistance: ‘Yes, I have come to realise that when we move towards doing something inspiring, deeply meaningful to us or something towards our higher purpose, we are […]

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Procrastination is an ogre

Procrastination is an ogre

Today’s guest post is by Kate Cave, on a topic all home workers have to tackle at some point: The loveable ogre Shrek said “There’s a lot more to ogres than people think. Ogres are like onions – they have layers.” Procrastination is like an onion, it has layers too, and not only that, it […]

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A good home working day – i Done This!

A good home working day – i Done This!

Despite being naturally untechie and a rather reluctant adopter, unlike San Sharma, occasionally I do stumble upon IT tools I like. I’ve already mentioned Pinterest, which is proving a colourful and popular way of posting content about home offices that doesn’t fit well elsewhere on the site. Another little discovery I made all on my […]

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And your time starts…now
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And your time starts…now

A few weeks ago we were talking about procrastination, and ways of getting inspired to do something you’re putting off. I was interested to read iPhone/iPad developer Andrew Ebling’s description of what works for him: ‘Breaking off a chunk of work that I think I can achieve in 25 minutes, writing this down, winding up […]

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