- Get the technology needed to work remotely.
You may need to add applications like Slack, GoToMeeting, Skype, etc. to communicate with customers and co-workers.
- Make sure you have enough bandwidth to work.
Consider disconnecting some devices or shutting down some programs to free up some space. (See #3)
- You’re probably not the only one in your home office.
Your kids might be there, too. Books, puzzles, and board games make for a quiet, educational time. TV, movies, and video games work when you can spare the bandwidth.
- Be flexible and creative.
Today’s technology can make your home office as functional as your regular office.
- Remain professional.
It’s easy to forget that you’re on the job if you’re wearing pajamas. Getting ready as usual for work may help you have the proper mindset and focus.