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10 Easy Steps to an Organized Home Office by Nell Taliercio
... Setting up folders for different clients and projects has worked well for me, but again find a system that works for you and stick with it. Sort the email as soon as you read it. It only takes a second or two to drop it in the appropriate folder, but will save you a lot of time if you have to find it later. 9) Now that you have a good filing system (both physical and digital) in place, set aside a little time every few months (or weeks if appropriate) to purge your files.

Telecommuting Idea – Bookkeeping by Nell Taliercio
... If you have experience in accounting or have worked as a bookkeeper before, bookkeeping can be a great way to work from home. Small businesses are continuously looking for ways to outsource some of their workload and most of them do not need a full-time in-house bookkeeper. You can approach several businesses in your area and offer to keep their books. Of course there are some tools you need. You should have some of the basic accounting software like quicken and quick books.

Paper Clip Management by Justin Rains
... After a week or two it will be easy to determine if your budget is working for you. Another disadvantage is that there is no way to stop your competition from clicking on your ad. See this post about Yahoo being sued for PPC fraud. In closing choose wisely when setting up your Pay Per Click campaign. Portal Planet can help your organization with this process and can be as hands on or hands off as needed.

Working At Home With Toddlers by Elaine K. Stephen
... Teach Your Toddler To Respect Your Work Area You must have a designated work area that is mostly but not completely off limits to your child. You must have a designated play area that is child safe, within hearing and if possible seeing distance of one another. Through out the day, one ear and if possible one eye must be on your child while you work. Communicate with your child while you work and instill the off limit rules at the same time. For example: When my child sings a song, I sign ...

The Key To Success With A Home Based, Network Marketing Business by Donovan Baldwin
... I am currently working on my MBA, but I earned a BA in accounting in 1973, worked a few years as an accountant (budget development and analysis), got bored and spent the next several years in the U. S. Army. Before I retired in 1995, I started looking for a way to supplement what was going to be a meager retirement income. I began trying out different MLM, network marketing and home based business opportunities, while working full time jobs to pay the bills.

Make Your Own Snag-Free Sinkers (Slinky Sinkers) by M. Becatti
... Be sure to place something on top of your work area to prevent a "wife delivered knot" from forming on your to prevent hot burning nylon from damaging the work surface (dining room table in my case). Step 7: While the nylon is still hot, use the pliers to pinch the end of the lace closed. This also makes it easier to get the snap-swivel on. Step 8: Last, add the snap-swivel to the end of the sinker. With 1 box of split shot containing 150 pieces, I was able to make six 1/2oz sinkers.

Organized for Success: Five Keys For Making Home-Work Work by Anita Paul
... First of all, take a good look at your work area. If you’re like me, you might not work at a desk. Since I work from home using a laptop computer, my desk is wherever I am—my bed, kitchen table or living room sofa. Wherever you work, place often used items within arms reach so you don’t waste time and energy searching for the cordless telephone, the stapler, the memory key, data CDs or other items critical to your daily tasks. If you’re comfortable with technology and want to use it to the ...

Job Offer Negotiations: Getting What You Want by David Richter
... We all have choices. Some people would rather keep things the way they are. That’s ok. However, you have worked very hard to come to this point, so why stop short of getting what you truly want, and deserve. Wouldn’t you rather be compensated more on the basis of what you’re worth than on some arbitrary figure designed to keep the status quo? Go for what you are worth – your life will never be the same! Copyright © 2005 TopDog Group All rights reserved.

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