My Personal ‘Work From Home’ Evolution

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In 2017, I started working from home full-time.

At first, it was a challenge. I’d start the day around 8 am with full intentions to bang out a few hours of work and get back to my life. It was naive of me to ever think it would work out that way.

Instead, what I would do is, I would wake up, see the couch beside me, lay back down, and squeeze out a little more rest.

Sometimes, I would even take a break from what I was doing to do something else. Watch a movie, go for a walk, enjoy the outdoors, do nothing at all. You know how it is.

The ‘work-from-home’ dream was in full swing, and I was taking advantage of the benefits as best I could.

But there was a problem…

Each night around 9 pm, I still wasn’t done what I had to do. What should have taken me only 3–4 hours of solid work was taking me, on average, more than 12.

Because of this, things started to get a bit stressful.

I felt like my projects were falling behind.

I felt like I was always trying to catch up on something.

I felt like I was ‘working’ way more than I should be.

And I was.

Instead of getting everything done in one fell swoop, I was staggering my work throughout the day. As a result, things were dragging along far longer than they had to be.

But it didn’t take long for me to find the error in my ways.

Actually, that’s not accurate.

I did find out the problem early on. That’s true.

But it still took me over a year to develop an effective ‘work from home’ strategy. A strategy I’ve now been fine-tuning and perfecting ever since.

I’d like to share that with you now.

So if you’re someone who’s been struggling to work from home and get shit done, this is for you.

By the time we’re through, you’ll know everything you need to know to make your home a palace of productivity.

There’s just one catch…

You’ll have to wait until the next one to get started.


And when you’re ready 👇👇

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