Having a on-the-side small business, which you work mostly on-line after having spent some quality time with the family, while the 9 to 5’ers are sitting down to relax, watch TV, or read a book, requires a special skill set. Here are a few ideas to help you develop those skills.
First, find your groove:
Establish a routine and method that works for you because one size does not fit all. Despite the advice you get from others, or what you read about, don't fight your natural thinking, communicating preferences and learning. Work with them. Establish your own productivity style and groove and run with it.
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