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    For Working Mothers

    Working from home has been a wonderful way for mothers to spend time at home while launching their careers. With the advent of technology, mobile, and the Internet, plenty of companies now offer the option of telecommuting full-time or part-time. Independent contractor mothers often set up shop at their homes as well. It is amazing what you can accomplish with just a wireless connection and a laptop now days. But let's face it. A home office is not what it is cracked up to be. Here are some solutions to common home office problems for the working mothers out there.

    8 Sure Fire Ways to Fail

    Avoid Failure As You Aspire To Achieve Career Success of Any Measure


    America continues to be the world’s largest economy and boasts the lion share of global billionaires.* When considering the staggering success only an elite few attain in business, it begs the question, “What do these billionaires know that the rest of us don’t?” And, as importantly, “How can we avoid failure as we aspire to achieve career success of any measure?”



    Do I Really Need a Lawyer for This?

    A Common Sense Approach to Using Attorneys for Your Home Business


    … There are many questions that non-lawyers simply do not consider when seeking answers on their own.

    Having represented clients in commercial disputes for more than fifteen years, I am still struck by the frequency in which the following scenario occurs — a small business owner claims that she has been wronged in a transaction, that considerable monies are owed and, most important, that proof of wrongdoing is embodied in a single document. Although the client is angry about the situation, her excitement about having the proverbial “smoking gun” is palpable.


    Keep Up with Paper Five Minutes a Day

    Make sure that you keep up with the paper that comes into your home office.


    Protect Your Small Business from ID Theft

    20 Simple Actions to Implement

    By Daniel Bulley

    "You can take some fairly simple precautions to protect yourself and your business from dumpster divers, hacksters, and the Almighty Con."


    With 22,918,441 data records stolen in the US in 2011*, identity theft has reached an all time high. Roughly 16% of those were subcontractors. It’s worth noting that Verizon’s 2011 data breach investigation report states that 96% of the breaches were avoidable through simple or intermediate controls. Why not make 2013 your most secure year?

    Tips To Create a More Productive Workspace

    You can organize your home office to create a more productive workspace. Here are five things you can do right now:

    Get Organized in Your Home-Based Business

    Tips for Organizing your Home Office

    If you’ve decided to work from home, one of your big challenges may be maintaining the sanctity of your work area. If it gets disorganized, it can easily become a magnet for bills, toys, receipts, homework papers, and even dirty laundry.  Talk about bringing your productivity to a screaming halt.

    Best Way to Stick to a To-Do List

    It seems in today’s busy world to-do lists are often made, but rarely checked off as more and more pressing items seem to pop up. What is the best way to stick to a to-do list?

    Eliminating Dread in the Home Office


    Eliminating Dread in the Home Office

        Most of your dread doesn’t come from the work itself—it comes from how you think about the work.

    Low-Tech Ways to Reduce Noise Right Now


    By Suzanne Kearns

    Are your productivity and concentration in your home office suffering from all the noise?  Check out these low-tech ways to reduce the noise right now!



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