20 Mar Working from Home Can Be a Test of Your Motivation
Whether you are in interested in a fitness program that will energize your life, becoming a more effective leader or building better relationships, motivation is the key. Motivation is also essential if you want to be successful in your efforts to work from home.
These are unprecedented times. The spread of Covid-19 has disrupted every aspect of life. The kids are home from school. The concert you had tickets to this weekend has been postponed. And you can’t get your hair cut.
The stay-at-home orders put in place in Florida have also impacted the way we do business. And we’re not alone. All around the world, people are adapting to the need for social distancing by working from home.
Are You Motivated to Work from Home?
If you have been looking for a business coach to help you make your entrepreneurial dreams a reality, having to work from home might be a good test of your motivation and your ability to work successfully from home.
Some people enjoy the flexibility of working from home. For others, however, the lack of structure and human interaction can be hard to deal with. If you are having to work remotely because of the pandemic, it could be an opportunity to find out which one you are.
Not everyone is cut out to have a home office. You have to be motivated enough to set goals, create structure and maintain productivity on your own.
Of course, you could find that you have the motivation, but having people around seems to fuel your creativity. Or maybe your situation at home makes it difficult to concentrate. If you don’t have a separate space you can dedicate to work or if there are young kids in the house, you might find that you can be more productive at an office location.
As the following days and weeks unfold, keep an open mind and take note of how well you do working from home. And, when things settle down and you are ready to start working toward your entrepreneurial dreams, Orlando life coach Max Jensen can offer private business coaching.