When you make the switch to working at home, one of the greatest challenges is managing your time. After all, if you decide not to work and instead clean the kitchen, do the laundry, or even catch some rays on the deck, there's no one to stop you.
If you're struggling with time management or you want to be more productive, you can't go wrong with these resources:
1. Attack Your Day Before It Attacks You by Mark Woods and Trapper Woods
The authors understand that old time management rules no longer apply to our busy, digital, super-connected world. Instead, they offer a unique way to manage your time while incorporating technology.
(See our full review of the book.)