The 60-Second Commute: A Guide to Your 24/7 Home Office Life

FT Press, 2003 - 206 páginas
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More than 60,000,000 people work at home at least some of the time -- and many more are considering it. Now, there's a start-to-finish sourcebook for overcoming every challenge associated with working at home -- from choosing the right technology to balancing work with your personal life. Erica Orloff and Dr. Kathy Levinson start by assessing the pluses and minuses of working at home, and helping you realistically evaluate whether you're cut out to do so. They systematically review meat-and-potatoes issues like insurance and taxation, deciding whether to incorporate, and setting up a comfortable and productive home office. Equally important, they offer extensive practical advice on the personal side of working at home -- from time management to "mental health days," avoiding isolation to setting house "rules" that help you get the job done without disregarding your family, friends, and neighbors.

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Next StopHome
Creating a Space for Your 60Second Commute
Technology 60Second Commute Essentials
The 247 Lifestyle Time Management in the Home Office
Organization How to Get Your Act Together
Professionalism in the Home Office
Get the Ball Rolling Business and Budget Plans
Taxes Dont Get Caught Asleep at the Wheel
Strategies for Hanging in When the Going Gets Tough
Telecommuting Proposals Getting into the Home Office
Marketing Yourself and Your Small Business
Government Resources
Organizations and Associations
StartUp Assistance
Web Hot Spots

Legal Eagles Understanding Your Business and the Law
Insurance in the Home Office
Pink Slip Blues
Child Care Life on the High Wire

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ERICA ORLOFF is a writer, editor, and novelist whose books include the children's titles The Best Friend's Handbook and Balloonatiks: The First Goopy, Goofy, Loopy Adventure (based on an upcoming cartoon series), and the novel Spanish Disco, as well as the upcoming Diary of a Blues Goddess. She has worked from home for a decade, as a consultant to the publishing industry, and has edited hundreds of titles, including several bestsellers. She is a veteran radio talk show guest and has appeared on numerous shows.

KATHY LEVINSON, Ph.D. is a psychologist, author, publisher, and lecturer who works from her home office in New York. Levinson is best known for First Aid for Tantrums and has appeared on such national shows as Good Morning America, The O'Reilly Factor, MSNBC, and Sally Jesse Raphael.

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