Tips to help you work from home during lockdown and beyond

Advice from home workers on from British Red Cross training, including one from me – I’ll let you find it.

One of the tips was from friend and colleague Catherine Every. It’s actually a great idea and would work well for some but I like to work solo and woe betide any who disturb me.

In terms of staying in touch, I sometimes have all-day Zoom sessions with fellow freelancers, both one-to-one and in groups. There are two ways I’ve done it: the first is having a new call at set times, and the second is where we’re on the call the whole time but on mute with the video off for most of it. Either way, the idea is you check in every hour or so to say “hello” and talk about progress. It helps me stay focused if I need to get something done because there’s some accountability – it’s also just nice to know someone’s out there working ‘with’ you.

There’s also a tip from Sarah Townsend (who I interviewed recently), on setting work/home boundaries.

Author: Ben Kinnaird
Ben gets businesses better leads by focusing on measurable improvements. He is also an Event speaker on marketing, Author, Podcaster and founder of the Inventive Marketing Club.


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