Distraction Free While Self-Employed

Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue

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If you work for yourself, it can be easy to be led off track by the distractions in your life. However, if this happens, it can also cause you to suffer monetary lost and affect your levels of production. So, what can you do to make sure that you stay focused on your goals? How do you avoid sudden distractions? Though the answers to these questions may be different for everyone, here are a few suggestions.

1. Set a routine.

Wake up at the same time each day. Even if you feel like sleeping in, try to do your best to fight that feeling and get up. Try to work during the same time each day and schedule your days off.

2. Do not schedule other things during work.

Even if you have other appointments or commitments that you need to attend to, do your best not to schedule them during work. It can be easy to get in the habit of doing this, but you may realize that cutting into your time reduces your production and in the long run your paycheck.

3. Say no.

Friends and family may think that it is okay to invite you over or come over while you are working due to the idea that you are your own boss. However, say no. Just like any other job, you still have something to do, and having extra people over while you are working can throw you off your routine.

It can be difficult to avoid distractions when you are your own boss. Afterall, you are the one that sets the rules, but you have to be strict with yourself and stay focused. If you aren't focused, then you may lack production, and if that happens then you may not have anything to show for the work that you do.

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Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue writes lifestyle articles.

Omaha, NE

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