about the challenges of working from home and give you ten habits that
I think if you adopt to take on board could hold you in good stead. Come on over, let’s go now. As you know, this coronavirus has been ripping through the world at an alarming rate. At the time of recording, there have been over 100,000 deaths in
global economies have basically been put on hold companies have temporarily shut their doors; consequently, the unemployment rate was soaring only last week we saw an extra six point six million join the
unemployment count in the US and that’s falling on from three-point six million the week before that’s basically ten million people in just two short weeks fair to say that governments across the globe they have been trying to help to hand out assistance to individuals at an unimaginable rate two trillion dollar stimulus from the US the UK government has announced over 300 billion dollars to prop up the economy and it’s encouraging people now to stay at home a policy just echoed by pretty much all governments around the world so many of you now around the world have been told to work from home which for many is a challenge in itself these are truly testing times now I home Trader here been working from home for over 20 years
I’m not commuted to go to work or sat on a train or queued at a coffee machine or watch the clock for a home time in all that time, and I absolutely love it. I love freedom, but I also appreciate that it’s a whole new experience for and it needs a lot of adjusting. I’ve got three kids that are now homeschooling. They are plugging into their school platforms at 8:30 in the morning they have their scheduled break times and lunchtimes, and so forth it doing all their work from their bedrooms now they may love it, for now, it’s a lot of fees
but I know that over the next few months, it’s going to get really hard for them and for the new breed of home workers, but as long as you get the right work balance between exercise time away from your work, follow up a few simple guidelines this could be a challenge that you could turn into a real positive so today I want to talk to you I want to share with you my top ten habits that I think you’ll find very useful when trying to adjust to this new life working from home I hope you enjoy them, so number one get up at the usual time if your job
required you to get up at 6 a.m. to go to the office make sure you do the same you know lying in bed is what you do on your days off, and you appreciate those days more if every day you’re going to be getting up later, and later then you’re going to start to get lazy and with that will come a drop in productivity also try and keep the same routine if the first thing that you do in the morning is to check your email inbox then make sure you keep it that way number two very simple get dressed don’t land around all day long in your dressing gown if you don’t look ready for work you won’t feel it ready for work
think though you can ditch the older necktie you get my appointment to have a designated workspace is very easy to walk around your place with a laptop, as you wander around your house or your apartment, you’re going to get distracted, and you’ll lose focus so honestly living in a one-bedroom apartment that is your living room doesn’t work from your bed have a designated
workspace now. I know this planet can be difficult but let others around you in your household know that you’re now working from home so that they can respect that and give you time. I know my kids are now homeschooling. They sit around the kitchen table. We respect their time and their privacy so that they can keep focused let people around them know that it’s now time for serious work. You are working from home number five avoid those television box sets leave that for when you would normally indulge maybe in the evening or when you’ve finished your normal day work very easy to get distracted and get addicted to a box set so
leave that for the usual downtime number six have regular work breaks as if you would do if you’re in the office have your morning coffee be your lunch break, your afternoon tea, or whatever it is you need that break to work efficiently and don’t have your work break at your desk leave it to go and sit somewhere else in your house apartment or indeed out in the garden if you have one it’s is very important for your state of mind to take breaks throughout the trading
working day number seven eat properly don’t keep raiding the kitchen fridge to leave boredom may be set out your lunch menu at the beginning of the week, so it’s planned, and it’s not random give you something to look forward to you must eat healthily to maintain a healthy mind and number a very easy the Stone Age of social media interact with your colleagues my phone social media to discuss your work
challenges and share issues that you may be facing. You know what they say the treble shared is a treble halved, so make sure that you interact with your colleagues because it can be quite lonely sitting at home working on your own so as you would do in the office.
interact to get the exercise it’s so important for your body and mind to keep healthy you know what they say a healthy body a healthy mind so make sure you get the regular exercise. I know it isn’t easy in this period of lockdown, but you should get out and do some exercise
head out for I’m going to jump on that trampoline over there and have a bit of a bounce about to keep fit. Well, maybe not; I’ll go and walk the dog at Number ten. Make sure you knock off knock off at the regular
time knock off the minute you leave your place of work you don’t want to drag your working day late on into the evening you’re not used to doing that you make sure you shut it off otherwise you’ll end up just feeling in that cycle of working twenty-four hours of they going to bed late working getting up early so it’s a good idea to knock off at the regular time your day of work is complete now of course for some of you the workload can be very different
than what it was before you may be still be employed, but you find that you’ve got more time on your hands, after all, you don’t have to commute to and from work every day you don’t have
to queue at the deli for your lunch and of course, some aren’t getting paid but can’t go to work and forced to stay at home those in the retail sector the food and beverage entertainment that type of thing and of course there are those that unfortunately
have lost their jobs, but whatever category you fall into, it’s quite likely that you will now be finding that you’ve got more free time during the day than ever before free time there
opportunities for the week ahead, so if I don’t see you in the trading

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