Work From Home And Time Management Video 2

THIS WORK FROM HOME TIME MANAGEMENT IS EASY… IT’S ONLY TWO HOURS A WEEK OR IS IT TWO HOURS A DAY?.. PLENTY OF TIME TO DO WHAT I WANT… OR IS THERE?

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How Will I Manage My Time Working From Home?

Hi to all my blog readers… I thought I would share with you today an amusing look, through a video presentation, at Mark Ford deciding whether to put the work from home off until tomorrow…

With so many distractions at home, that were not there when I worked in the office, will I ever get this work from home time management sorted out?

When working nine to five time management is done for me but now I will have to manage time better myself. Will I ever become good at time management working from home or just keep putting it off. Click the play button to find out…

Work From Home Time Management Video

This is Video Two in the work from home time management series. If you would like to view Video One about ‘Giving Up The Day Job To Work From Home’ > CLICK HERE

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Until Video 3… Time Management When Working From Home The Right Way!

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About Mark Ford

Many people live the life they think they have to live. They are overworked, underpaid, and unfulfilled. But the good news is that it doesn't have to be this way. My name is Mark Ford and my goal is to help you recognize your potential and equip you with the skills you need to turn that potential into a viable online home business in the digital economy. Read my story at http://markfordsblog.com/about-mark-ford/ or http://markfords.com Helping you achieve your inner peace. Mark Ford, Home Business Lifestyle Coach.
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18 Responses to Work From Home And Time Management Video 2

  1. Pingback: Give Up The Day Job To Work From Home And Time Management – Video 1 In the Series | The Official Online Home of Mark Ford

  2. Neil Hobday says:

    Great Mark, I like the way you intro your videos and your confident relaxed style, you make the key points very successfully.

  3. Ian Lloyd says:

    Hi Mark – great video. I’ve worked from home a lot over the past couple of years and it does require a degree of focus in order to get things done. It’s very easy to delay tasks until tomorrow! On a further note you also need to be careful not to work too hard. Without the requrement to travel home it is quite easy to just do another 30 minutes … and this then turns out to be 3 hours 🙁

    • Hi Ian

      Thank you for your blog comment, and in particular about still making sure you get the work/life balance right. It is all too easy, as you say, to just keep working away and do another 30 minutes, or 3 hours and not take a rest or a day off.

      Regards

      Mark

  4. Ken Somerville says:

    Hi Mark

    Another great video. And time management has to be on the top of the list for people to work out. With out knowing what and how you are going to do things, you never seem to get things done.

    Your Friend In Internet Marketing
    Ken Somerville

    • Hi Ken

      Thanks for your blog comment.

      I have found that when working a business from home it is all too easy to procrastinate and put it off until tomorrow while you do all the ‘non business building’ activities such as watch daytime TV or take too much time out to relax, getting the work/life balance wrong.

      As you say, when you set out building a home business time management has to be top of the list for people to work out, and a tip would be to get this sorted at the start of your business and keep refining it as you move along your business journey.

      Cheers.
      Mark

  5. Bernie Podmore says:

    Great topic for a video series, Mark. I can relate to everything you’ve said and how important it is to plan the day or you end up doing nothing. Looking forward to the tips in the next video.

    • Hi Bernie

      Thanks for stopping by and leaving your blog comment.

      As you say planning your day is very important and planning it so that you carry out tasks that move you towards your goals at the most productive time of your day.

      All the best with your business Bernie.

      Mark

  6. Garry O'Brien says:

    Mark, a very relaxed but straight to the point video which illustrates how procrastination is the thief of time. You are quite right that working from home is great but without a proper structure, nothing will ever get done.

    Garry O’Brien

  7. lewys davies says:

    Another great video Mark.

    So many people suffer with time management and this leads to them doing less work. What I tend to do is have a daily and weekly plan with my targets and goals and I make sure I do them.

    You bring up some great points, keep these videos coming.

    Lewys

    • Hi Lewys

      Thank you for your comment on my time management video blog post.

      It’s all too easy when working from home to get distracted and not do something, procrastination can make you become not very productive. To have a daily and weekly plan where you set yourself tasks and goals is a good way to go and a great time management tip.

      I look forward to providing you with my next video on time management tips.

      Mark

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  9. Great video Mark – and a great illustration of how time can just disappear if you don’t grab it by the tail! Thanks for taking the time out to create such an effective demonstration

  10. Hi Mark,

    A good video example of how easy it is to get distracted from what you are trying to achieve when you don’t have a target to work to. I look forward to your next video.

    Regards
    David

    • Hi David

      With all the distractions we have at home and also on the internet it is all too easy for the day to disappear without the tasks on your ‘To Do’ list having been completed. The distractions are not there in a 9 to 5 environment and time management, maintaining focus, having a work life balance, perseverence, setting your own targets to achieve and goal setting are all important elements of a successful home based business.

      Thank you for your blog comment which is much appreciated and video 3 in my time management series can be found at this link and Video 4 at this link.

      Regards

      Mark