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Processes are structured in the office – fixed working hours, meetings & exchange with colleagues, project deadlines. But what if the office community is missing and you work from home? In the home office you may have distraction. The following tips help to motivate yourself so that you can work efficiently outside of the office:
Just like the bed, the kitchen table or the couch are unsuitable as workplaces because you tend to be distracted in these places. A separate desk creates a clear separation between job and leisure. Find a quiet, bright place where you like to be. Hang up some nice pictures, put a flower on the table – a beautiful workplace will push motivation.
Create a to-do list on a weekly or long-term basis. You will know in the morning what is going to happen during the day and you will feel more focused. There are digital tools like Trello or Microsoft ToDo to support you – but it will work with the good old pen and paper as well. The benefit: The strikethrough motivates and ensures a moment of happiness!