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23 Tips to Maximize Productivity Working from Home: Final 6 Tips

This week we have been sharing tips from the talented HTG team members who perform their roles from home.  They share their best ideas around how to be productive when working remotely from home.

Thoughtfully set up your physical workspace.

It’s not “working from home.”  It’s an office that happens to be in your home. Have some boundaries.

Brad DeSent, HTG Online

23 Tips to Maximize Productivity Working from Home: 5 more tips

This week we are sharing tips from the talented HTG team members who perform their roles from home.  They share their best ideas around how to be productive when working remotely from home.

 

Learn and use the right tools.

Individual, team and company-wide work benefits from better tools. Help others learn with you.

Scott Scrogin, HTG President

Stay Connected with the Team!

23 Tips to Maximize Productivity Working from Home: the first 6 tips

The HTG team is mostly remote.  While a third of HTG team members work from the Harlan office on the TechnoFarm in Iowa, the rest are scattered across Omaha, Atlanta, Clarinda, Chicago, Ohio, and Sydney, Australia. 

Who better to ask for productivity tips on working from home than those who do it every day?  Enjoy these tips from five HTG team members who fulfill their roles by working from home.

What's your number? A Business Value Conversation

In the April HTGWAY, I talked about two legacies that we’ll leave as business owners – a personal legacy and a business legacy.  Both are critical and obviously related.  But let’s focus on the reality of how most of us view our business in regard to provide a legacy – it is a major (if not the major) source of funding four our retirement and future.  It’s that simple for most, if

Why LifePlan?

I often am asked why I believe so strongly in helping people create a LifePlanTM for their lives.  The answer is quite simple.  Time is our most precious resource.  We live in a world lifeplan rgb 2015 01 26 e1463528571283where there are far more demands on our time than we can possibly fulfill.

The Mastery Journey

I grew up in Harlan, Iowa, which is a small farming community. If you visited Harlan during my growing up years, it wouldn’t take your very long to realize the One Thing that drove many things in our rural town. No, not the rhythms of planting and harvest, although those were also a part of thebook icon v2 fabric of our lives there. Sports and, in particular, high school football was a constant focus of many there.

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