How do you begin your work day? Many times the thoughts we have at the beginning of the day can help us push through the daily challenges that we will be faced with. Here are four tips on how to have an effective work day at home and use a work schedule.
1. Pray/ Meditate
1 Thessalonians 5:17 pray without ceasing;
Begin your day with a prayer. It does not have to be perfect. Thank God for the things you do have. Read a bible verse or inspirational book. The back of many bibles has a daily devotion with a scripture to read. Or read through the Psalms or Proverbs.
2. Review your Plan
The plans of the diligent lead surely to abundance,
but everyone who is hasty comes only to poverty. Proverbs 21:5
This is the time to go over your to do list. Reflect over your daily schedule, business plan, or create a plan for the day. If something in your plan is not working, this is the time to adjust it on paper. Consistent efforts will pay off.
3. Take care of yourself. Get completely dressed for the day even though you are working from home. Be presentable. Get completely dressed and ready for the day. Leave your shoes right by the front door, or door that you use to leave your home. Ladies have your hair fixed, make up on, and dressed completely. This means that if your spouse or children call and ask for you to meet them for lunch you already are dressed.
4. Exercise. A light workout will help you think clearly during the work day. Ten or fifteen minutes in the morning can help to keep your heart healthy and your weight down.
5. Take Action
Start taking action to reach your income Internet employment goals. Be diligent – According to Websters Diction diligent is defined as-
: characterized by steady, earnest, and energetic effort.
Complete work tasks and important business tasks before doing social activities on Facebook or Twitter.
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Originally posted 2009-09-18 14:25:41. Republished by Blog Post Promoter