There are challenges that you will have to face when working from home. Once you have faced them and overcome them, you will be ready to be productive whether you are still affiliated as an extended office employee or in a business of your own.
The Forbes article below will give you some tips that can improve your chances of succeeding in the very rewarding process of working from home. It tells us the importance of setting office hours and having dedicated space for your office activities.
Don’t allow the “flexibility” and domestic distractions to pollute your dedication to the tasks you have at hand. You don’t have co-workers to help provide the discipline (and support) that exists in the traditional setting. The article continues with some advantages of working from home and recognizing whether your personality and skill sets make it likely that you can succeed.
My chosen business provides me with a great deal of benefits as an at-home business. The flexibility, financial benefits and, yes, the health benefits of a more sterile environment allow me to control the things that a more rigid structure will not. I have more time for my family, no commute and no dress code (although I do dress for “the office” each morning). It takes time to get used to the freedom and the emptiness of a home office but I find the independence gratifying and it soon becomes more financially productive.